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Old 07-27-2009, 02:53 PM   #151 (permalink)
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Right?

Even if only for the juxstaposition of having an album called "Green" in the orange section.

Also, for the rainbow section:


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Old 07-27-2009, 06:16 PM   #152 (permalink)
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I'm too dense figure out what the deal with the color code is. Don't be offended, it's not you, it's me.

Is this a experiment to determine if the color of the album cover has a relationship to the quality of music on the CD? Should I avoid buying green records? Has anyone on this thread graduated from high school yet?

Maybe someting entirely different is going on with these color codes. My fevered brain is imagining all sorts of bizarre subtexts and double meanings.

Hmmmmm....Wasn't there some kind of color coded warning system for terrorist attacks? This isn't a sleeper cell is it?

Maybe the thread is a harmless ritualized circle jerk for people with a fetish for a certain colors. That's getting uncomfortably close to a discussion between fashion designer and hairdresser I once overheard. Are you getting my drift?

Don't be offended by my remarks. I don't have anything against those of you who have a fetish, expcept maybe for pedophilia. Ditto for those you with gender indentity issues.

I'm just hoping that expressing my view on color coding isn't a hate crime.
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Old 07-27-2009, 10:46 PM   #153 (permalink)
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I think that it would be a really wonderful experience to listen to a series of only Blue Albums one day, and then Orange the next, and then Pink or whatever the following day. I bet it would be mind-expanding.
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Old 07-28-2009, 08:57 AM   #154 (permalink)
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I'm too dense figure out what the deal with the color code is. Don't be offended, it's not you, it's me.

Is this a experiment to determine if the color of the album cover has a relationship to the quality of music on the CD? Should I avoid buying green records? Has anyone on this thread graduated from high school yet?

Maybe someting entirely different is going on with these color codes. My fevered brain is imagining all sorts of bizarre subtexts and double meanings.

Hmmmmm....Wasn't there some kind of color coded warning system for terrorist attacks? This isn't a sleeper cell is it?

Maybe the thread is a harmless ritualized circle jerk for people with a fetish for a certain colors. That's getting uncomfortably close to a discussion between fashion designer and hairdresser I once overheard. Are you getting my drift?

Don't be offended by my remarks. I don't have anything against those of you who have a fetish, expcept maybe for pedophilia. Ditto for those you with gender indentity issues.

I'm just hoping that expressing my view on color coding isn't a hate crime.
Hah! That's awesome. I wished I thought that far ahead... but alas it's just me reviewing albums with a prominent colour scheme.
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