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^muthafuckin g shit
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Aretha Franklin and Sarah Vaughan.
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to rambo-the metri album is great. im guessing uve listened to the yeah yeah yeah's new album? similiar but yyy's a little harder. cnt really think of many bands similiar to them.
I dig the YYY's. The new album wasn't as good as their first but was still good listenin'. I think their sound is a little bit harder/edgier? than Metric.
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^muthafuckin g shit
All these niggas and all these hos in here, somebody here gon' FUCK
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Vince Guaraldi, Linus and Lucy
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Fourplay - 1991 to 2008 CDs.
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i think i've listened to annie- songs remind me of you 50 times in the last 2-3 days.
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One of the greatest motherfucking albums...2!!!11111!!!222!!!! *Short circuits*
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Ok people, one more time: If the image of the album cover doesn't have a name and title, write it out. I don't know what fucking band goes with half of those CD covers. Its like I'm teaching in an ESE classroom over here.
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having a rockabilly/psychobilly phase...
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Lots of Neil Young. "...but only love can break your heart" What a great line/melody. Lately, I've been feeling like it is much more difficult to write enduring substantial songs with effective and engaging melodies, simple lyrics, and slight flourishes but without cliches or relying on a gimmicky style. It's harder than writing the experimental stuff that is widely lauded these days. 30 years ago, the discord and the cacophony was groundbreaking and indicative of something substantial, a real rejection of standards, but it doesn't resonate with me on either front as much anymore, either because I'm getting old or because rejecting those standards is no longer relevant. These days, it's Ryan Adams, Neil Young, Tom Waits, etc.
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Just got a bunch of stuff, but I'm still sifting through:









Some more, but I'll save that for later.
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Okay, I'm over Hot Wax and back on to

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