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Name your top 10 most played bands on
1. The Beatles
2. The Pillows
3. Blur
4. Gorillaz
5. Nirvana
6. Beastie Boys
7. Miles Davis
8. Stereo Total
9. Cowboy Bebop
10. The Smashing Pumpkins

And now, questions. )


May. 8th, 2006 04:16 pm
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For two years an objective of mine has been to get a lot of the old music files and so on from the Pentium II and put them on my laptop.

Today, I have finally achieved that goal. There's something wonderful about listening to all of these songs I used to play on my computer on a regular basis again.
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I don't know what amuses me more here; the idea of Keith Richards being in a palm tree at his age or that this will just further the belief that absolutely NOTHING can kill Keith Richards.

Of course I hope he gets better, but damn. Falling out of a palm tree at age sixty-two. That's hardcore.
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Vendetta Red has broken up. I'm not surprised so much that they've broken up as I'm surprised that I care (and am actually somewhat sad to see them go). Back in 2002-2003 I really, really adored them and was completely convinced that they were the next big thing. And then I stopped caring. I mean, after they decided to seemingly focus on everything I hated about White Knuckled Substance and dismiss everything I liked (their major label debut is about 50% their last album, except none of the really good songs made it in in lieu of awful garbage like "Stay Home"), I didn't really bother with much of their stuff from that point on (really, I think I sort of outgrew them in a way).

Still, my sister will be pissed when she hears if she hasn't heard yet. I'm considering taking her to their last show next month; even if they don't play anything I want to hear (last time I saw them, at Endfest '05, they played what was almost a carbon copy of what they played at Bumbershoot '03 with a couple of new songs thrown in along with some of the most amazingly over-the-top summaries of their new songs ever. "This is about huffing glue... with GOD."), it seems right to see them for a fourth and final time. Plus I'd really like to see Kane Hodder live; I like what I've heard of their KEXP session.

Two notes.

Dec. 12th, 2005 09:01 pm
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Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior is overrated. Cool, but overrated.

And I may have heard a Tegan and Sara song I don't entirely hate. That's bizarre.


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