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Creation Date: 03-14-2009 11:32 AM
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what it sez on the muddafukin tin. I dispense aural (yes the auditory kind) pleasure and wisdom and you go HUH? Also I don't delete these things so rather than leaving them to rot, buried away in some thread no-one read in the first place, I'm exhuming them to rot here.
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  #5 New 03-15-2009 09:48 AM
The countryside is greening and rubbing the sleep out of it's eyes after a really long, bitter one, so the Kinks are on the cards again. I was spring cleaning the hard drive and found an alphabetical list of favourite songs, which I also uploaded many moons ago. Conspicuously short on Village Green tracks...:


Oh and they're all in m4a. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Is that bad? Windows XP has a built-in thing for converting audio format, I know that much

As you may have gathered I reside in the sticks in a not-too-shabby rented property with my parents, no big kicks but it's in the middle of nowhere and nowhere can compare to the English countryside in the summertime.

I went through a big period of pastoral whimsy characterized by the Kinks, the Young Knives and early Blur albums... lots of real ale, battenburg cake and tea, going for walks, corduroy, that sort of thing. My favourite memory from this time is visiting some friends in Dorset (around 8 hours of coach rides to the south of England), smoking lots of dope and drinking cider at a tiny local music festival at which they were playing, sitting on the roof of someone's car listening to Pulp really loud in a field. They're a nice bunch. Oh and I saw Billy Childish again, which is always a pleasure.

Act Nice And Gentle
All Day And All Of The Night
Autumn Almanac
David Watts
Dead End Street
Dedicated Follower Of Fashion
Harry Rag
I'm Not Like Everybody Else
Lincoln County
Little Miss Queen Of Darkness
Mr. Churchill Says
Party Line
Plastic Man
Rosie Won't You Please Come Home
See My Friends
She's Got Everything
Sittin' On My Sofa
Situation Vacant
Sunny Afternoon
Till The End Of The Day
A Well Respected Man
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