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Absolutely no reason to feel guilty about Scott, ever.

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this song

 

 

the weirdest thing to me is that he references listening to iron maiden in such a poppy shit hole song

 

 

It was also a teen comedy soundtrack track. And a weird guitar chord as my dad pointed out, kind of an odd riff. This came out just as I was about to move from the UK back to Texas. They had a cover Erasure's "just a little respect" that charted well in the UK (#3 I think) but back in the US nobody really remembered them as anything other than a one hit fluke. I lived on a military base in England and the music taste for most people was quite limited and predictable, so much so that when I asked someone if he'd heard of Weezer he assumed I spoke of Wheatus.

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+ awesome Chris Cunningham music video 

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I have always, and will always fkn love this song, perfection imo.

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I have always, and will always fkn love this song, perfection imo.

 

 

big beat classic

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Count me in for Beiber; his newest singles produced by Skrillex & Blood Diamonds are undeniably excellent.

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I do love super cheezey gay club music, like Erasure

not very IDM of me, it's true

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Elvis w/the Philharmonic Orchestra (semi-live), local city venue, a treat for me Ma & tbh it was a blast

 

Despite loads of cackling Valleys creatures spazzin in the isles & gurning Elvis quiffed Teds w/snakeskin boots....btw what is it with the British & intoxication? Why does everyone have to get 150% wrecked on a night out?  Human zoo lols.

 

Show - overdubbed fusions of blended multiple vocal takes of numbers recorded @ live gigs from the past (layered overdubs to exclude prior fan noise & cos he's dead), with a mega elderly gent on lead guitar who was the real star of the show with sublime searing solos, plus orchestra ensemble foregrounded by a 2001 black monolith in their midst with Elvis projections blasted on.

 

Never really gave much of a toss about Mr Presley or his legacy growing up, but it was outstanding, even with sycophantic Priscilla Presley storytelling interludes.

 

For the sound engineers among you this might be worth checking out on the grounds of exploring the clarity of sound, its subtlety of layering among backing singers, strings, horns, percussion and the array of kit gear fetishes that were partially satiated by a nose round the control/sound board area. Even the main crew & venue engineers were chatty & engaging in the build-up explaining which archives had been polished and reconstructed and why via fan & family selections.

 

For a cynical cunt, it was a rollicking fun & an education. Guilty pleasure indeed m'lud

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I have always, and will always fkn love this song, perfection imo.

 

 

x2

 

the Spawn OST was so much better than the movie.

 

edit: watching this video in shitty RealPlayer streaming in the late 90s, I always thought 2:25 looked like the one guy from Crystal Meth giving the other guy head.

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I like Moby a lot, even if all his music sounds the same, but it's a sound I like.

What artists are a guilty pleasure for you? So you like Coldplay, do you?

I like Coldplay but after the single for Ghost Stories I stopped caring

 

I'll see that and raise you the Jon Hopkins remix of Midnight

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That album appealed to me for no good reason until I found out Hopkins produced it.

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Wolf's Rain Soundtrack by Yoko Kanno, I couldn't help it, I just finished watching it and found the soundtrack used for a couple dollars.

 

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Adanowsky-nuevo.jpg

 

 

 

still can't believe this is Alejandro Jodorowsky's son

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