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Old 12-22-2017, 11:48 AM   #21771 (permalink)
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Old 12-22-2017, 11:50 AM   #21772 (permalink)
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There is only one bright spot and that is the growing habit of disgruntled men of dynamiting factories and power-stations; I hope that, encouraged now as ‘patriotism’, may remain a habit! But it won’t do any good, if it is not universal.
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I keep trying to like classic era Rolling Stones more than I do, but I think I feel about them like I do about Led Zeppelin. When they do rock and roll they're majestic, but when they try to mix that **** with other ****, in this case country, I just would rather listen to an actual country artist cause they do it better. Luckily with the Rolling Stones I still have those early albums that didn't attempt this **** that are still possibly the best straight up rock and roll albums ever made, whereas with Zeppelin they were always trying to be blues or folk and had no single album that I could listen to back-to-front. But **** the Rolling Stones as a country band.

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Wasn't a fan of that first song but the Career of Evil song was nice. Not playlist worthly because of the name but its good. The artwork of their albums got me into the band. First song I heard of Godzilla too.


This was another one I think that was great:
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Bruh early BOC is great too.
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Bruh early BOC is great too.
i dont know which is early or not. I tend to just search for songs I like and thats enough. Somethings wrong my me because I dont listen to full albums at all anymore :/ I added some songs to my december playlist and ill learn more about B.O.C.

With the Rolling Stones, I like also every song, sort of in The Beatles lane for me I have Let It Bleed on vinyl but that once again is in Iowa.






Theophilus London, Last name London. amazing song.
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Old 12-22-2017, 12:53 PM   #21777 (permalink)
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i dont know which is early or not. I tend to just search for songs I like and thats enough. Somethings wrong my me because I dont listen to full albums at all anymore :/ I added some songs to my december playlist and ill learn more about B.O.C.
Check out their first three albums. They're pretty essential 70s hard rock/heavy metal.

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TFW you listen to talk radio for the traffic updates on the way to a client and they're ****ting on Ryuichi Sakamoto's new album for not being a goddamn collection of Tom Petty songs saying **** like "let me forward to the chorus" and the derp derp music is dead ****. **** those guys, this **** is great. And **** you too while I'm at it.

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TFW you listen to talk radio for the traffic updates on the way to a client and they're ****ting on Ryuichi Sakamoto's new album for not being a goddamn collection of Tom Petty songs saying **** like "let me forward to the chorus" and the derp derp music is dead ****. **** those guys, this **** is great. And **** you too while I'm at it.

That's not music, that's just noise.
A ****ing toddler could have made this.
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Toddlers are ****ing geniuses man.
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