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kendy wrote:dead prez


isn't he the guy that talks sh*t about white people?
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sope wrote:
kendy wrote:dead prez


isn't he the guy that talks shite about white people?



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Pennywise--Land of the Free

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The Good Life "Album of the Year"
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SPOONER wrote:The Good Life "Album of the Year"


That album was such a let down.
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Byron wrote:
SPOONER wrote:The Good Life "Album of the Year"


That album was such a let down.


i dunno i like it. did you get the acoustic cd with it too? it's pretty sweet

and my music of the morning is Murder by Death's "Who will survive and what will be left of them"
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the good life's new album was definitely NOT a letdown. it's one of my all-time favorites. hell, the opening track could hold its own as one of the best songs period.

MBD is amazing. i was listening to "who will survive..." yesterday. i love them so farking much.
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coldnovemberrain wrote:the good life's new album was definitely NOT a letdown. it's one of my all-time favorites. hell, the opening track could hold its own as one of the best songs period.

MBD is amazing. i was listening to "who will survive..." yesterday. i love them so farking much.


I love the first two albums, this one just came off as extremely dull.
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Byron wrote:
coldnovemberrain wrote:the good life's new album was definitely NOT a letdown. it's one of my all-time favorites. hell, the opening track could hold its own as one of the best songs period.

MBD is amazing. i was listening to "who will survive..." yesterday. i love them so farking much.


I love the first two albums, this one just came off as extremely dull.


hmm. well, if that's your opinion then i can't really give you crap for it.

i'm just glad cursive isn't breaking up. :D
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coldnovemberrain wrote:
Byron wrote:
coldnovemberrain wrote:the good life's new album was definitely NOT a letdown. it's one of my all-time favorites. hell, the opening track could hold its own as one of the best songs period.

MBD is amazing. i was listening to "who will survive..." yesterday. i love them so farking much.


I love the first two albums, this one just came off as extremely dull.


hmm. well, if that's your opinion then i can't really give you crap for it.

i'm just glad cursive isn't breaking up. :D


Truly, they broke up in 1998 before their second album came out which broke my heart. I saw their second to last show, and it was funny because at the time Tim had just gotten married and some people in another band were telling us how they stayed with Tim and his wife the night before in Omaha. They told us how happy they were and how they seemed like the perfect couple. Of course the collapse of their marriage inspired most of the material on Domestica when Cursive got back together.
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