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Old 05-30-2014, 02:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Jérôme Reuter a.k.a. ROME

Hello! I have tried to find some informations about this chanter of Luxembourg, but it was impossible for me in this moment. So, what do you think about his sophisticated style and farfetched lyrics, deeply embedded in the European history and European perception of the world? Here, some of his stuff.
Nice-looking field, where you can write inspiring quotes or other things!
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Old 06-01-2014, 08:35 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Good to see you back again, Sir Cactoos - you`ve been gone quite a while. Of your clips, I was most struck with the last one, Golden Boy, with it`s unexpected twists and turns. You mention Rome`s lyrics in your post, but first time round I couldn`t make out many on the first two tracks, so I`m going to go back and listen again...

Spoiler for optional advice about posting clips:-:

i) copy and paste the code :
ii) erase everything up to and including the "equals" sign : cRa-SLdoTqI
iii) highlight the code and click on the " Wrap quote tags" icon, which is one of the options in the message window, after B I U : [QUOT+]cRa-SLdoTqI[/QUOT+] (I`m writing it wrong so it doesn`t function, btw)
iv) in both brackets, replace the word QUOTE with YOUTUBE : [YOUTUB+]cRa-SLdoTqI[/YOUTUB+]
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