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Old 12-07-2011, 05:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Music that you listened to at significant points in your life

You know those songs that remind you of how it was back then? Post 'em here.

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Old 12-07-2011, 05:33 PM   #3 (permalink)
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What significant point in your life does this remind you of?
The initial shock of coming to terms with a lot things about myself. My gender identity for one. It's a personal thing, so I hope you forgive me making this thread all emotional, haha.
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The initial shock of coming to terms with a lot things about myself. My gender identity for one. It's a personal thing, so I hope you forgive me making this thread all emotional, haha.
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That's pretty much it, really. I have a journal about it, if you want to know more.
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That's pretty much it, really. I have a journal about it, if you want to know more.
What ever your comfortable doing. I just wanted to let you know that things do get quite personal around here so don't feel like writing about that business is going to be out of place or thought of as weird.
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ususally when im bored i listen to hype music maybe some hip hop
haha I don't think bored constitutes a significant point in your life, although it could
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Old 12-13-2011, 08:58 PM   #8 (permalink)
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LOL. This reminds me of my late teens.



Not that I was ever institutionalised. It just expressed my general frustration with life during that period.


This expresses pretty well those darker times.




This reminds me of the night my wife and I got together.


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Taj Mahal - Happy to Be Just Like I Am

This album help me find myself in some pretty dark times. Unlike many of the albums during this period for me, this one doesn't provoke many negative emotions.

Also, Beethoven's Piano Sonata #8 will always be special to me. Not because of nostalgia, good times, or bad times. Just because it is ****ing brilliant.

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there is no actual Dylan track on youtube and i loathe to post a cover version

but it's probably Dylan's You're a Big Girl Now, which i listened to a lot when i broke up with my most recent ex about 2 years ago
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