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  • #46






    Quote Originally Posted by Just Mike
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    Gino Vannelli-Brother to Brother (1979!). One of my early influences and it still blows me away today. Thought it was Larry Carlton on guitar.




    Hell Yes



    With the late, great Mark Craney on drums
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    • #47






      Quote Originally Posted by Just Mike
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      Gino Vannelli-Brother to Brother (1979!). One of my early influences and it still blows me away today. Thought it was Larry Carlton on guitar.




      Hell Yes



      With the late, great Mark Craney on drums
      Spam: shipped to lower 48 only, MO & Cashiers check or Paypal gift no spam today shipped conusGood trans : Dominick, Bass_n_Drums, Gitfiddler, cobrahead1030, STEEL KAGE, 17 Tubes, cursed1, Moshaholic, tele0507, Dangles ct, Assumer, Yabba, Jopop, Troublehead, detunedman, tsunamijesus, Norton666, SkyHighRocks, archers6, Billcheckrules, Juggernaut.

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      • #48






        Quote Originally Posted by Cirrus
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        Are you kidding? I Love that album! Absolutely perfect for long night time drives, I think it's my favourite of theirs. While Takk had more standout tracks, I think () is more consistent and definitely better at creating a mood.




        I love it too, obviously. It was the first one of theirs that I bought. I love
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        Originally Posted by BrendanO


        It's not prostitution as long as you film it.

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        • #49






          Quote Originally Posted by Cirrus
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          Are you kidding? I Love that album! Absolutely perfect for long night time drives, I think it's my favourite of theirs. While Takk had more standout tracks, I think () is more consistent and definitely better at creating a mood.




          I love it too, obviously. It was the first one of theirs that I bought. I love
          ____________







          Originally Posted by BrendanO


          It's not prostitution as long as you film it.

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          • #50






            Quote Originally Posted by Phrophus
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            I love it too, obviously. It was the first one of theirs that I bought. I love
            #NoLimitCornballBrother

            BRO CLUB: RSBro







            Originally Posted by Phrophus


            Look man, if RSBro is telling you not to give in to the pimp side and keep it rational, I'd listen.









            Originally Posted by Holy War


            I thought you were black for some reason...









            Originally Posted by Murdoch


            Not to be a dick, but you're a pretentious douche, and a closet Periphery fan.









            Originally Posted by jnurp


            im in nyc, you are in texas, will a long distance relationship work?

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            • #51






              Quote Originally Posted by Phrophus
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              I love it too, obviously. It was the first one of theirs that I bought. I love
              #NoLimitCornballBrother

              BRO CLUB: RSBro







              Originally Posted by Phrophus


              Look man, if RSBro is telling you not to give in to the pimp side and keep it rational, I'd listen.









              Originally Posted by Holy War


              I thought you were black for some reason...









              Originally Posted by Murdoch


              Not to be a dick, but you're a pretentious douche, and a closet Periphery fan.









              Originally Posted by jnurp


              im in nyc, you are in texas, will a long distance relationship work?

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              • #52
                Sugir Ros = music for people that think Radiohead it to mainstream
                Originally Posted by newbie chick


                My internet brilliance hinges on finding the critical balance point of pseudo-intelligence and snarky attitude.









                Originally Posted by skippydmongoose


                i like boobs. but after a little while, i'm ready to take the party downstairs









                Originally Posted by Mr. Awesome


                All my threads are 100% serious and life changing topics, I have no time for being funny.

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                • #53
                  Sugir Ros = music for people that think Radiohead it to mainstream
                  Originally Posted by newbie chick


                  My internet brilliance hinges on finding the critical balance point of pseudo-intelligence and snarky attitude.









                  Originally Posted by skippydmongoose


                  i like boobs. but after a little while, i'm ready to take the party downstairs









                  Originally Posted by Mr. Awesome


                  All my threads are 100% serious and life changing topics, I have no time for being funny.

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                  • #54






                    Quote Originally Posted by chad_sux
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                    STP - Tiny Music... Songs from the Vatican Gift Shop




                    Oh yeah, that one too!









                    Quote Originally Posted by Cirrus
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                    Bloc Party - A Weekend in the City Their first album was a breakthough instant hit here, then this one was felt to be a damp squib, the following album was thought of as a return to form. But for me the songs on this album are open and heartfelt, and I don't listen to it much because there are moments I find pretty damn emotional.




                    This too, however no emotional attachment. Just a good album.

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                    • #55






                      Quote Originally Posted by chad_sux
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                      STP - Tiny Music... Songs from the Vatican Gift Shop




                      Oh yeah, that one too!









                      Quote Originally Posted by Cirrus
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                      Bloc Party - A Weekend in the City Their first album was a breakthough instant hit here, then this one was felt to be a damp squib, the following album was thought of as a return to form. But for me the songs on this album are open and heartfelt, and I don't listen to it much because there are moments I find pretty damn emotional.




                      This too, however no emotional attachment. Just a good album.

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                      • #56






                        Quote Originally Posted by Kowalski
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                        Sugir Ros = music for people that think Radiohead it to mainstream




                        Radiohead sold out when they released Kid A
                        Originally Posted by telephant


                        Tone is really half the argument. We both know ultimately it means nothing. Write a song. Write. A ****************ing. Song.



                        UK based band;
                        http://www.captainhorizon.co.uk

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                        • #57






                          Quote Originally Posted by Kowalski
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                          Sugir Ros = music for people that think Radiohead it to mainstream




                          Radiohead sold out when they released Kid A
                          Originally Posted by telephant


                          Tone is really half the argument. We both know ultimately it means nothing. Write a song. Write. A ****************ing. Song.



                          UK based band;
                          http://www.captainhorizon.co.uk

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                          • #58
                            deftones self titled is my favorite by them and always seems to be last in everyone else's list of deftones albums

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                            • #59
                              deftones self titled is my favorite by them and always seems to be last in everyone else's list of deftones albums

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                              • #60
                                We should rename this thread "Albums that everyone loves but the music industry isn't pushing them anymore so we think they're obscure or unpopular", lol. With a couple exceptions. Like Load, for example. A lot of people actually bash that album because it isn't 80's Metallica, but I really liked it.
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                                Originally Posted by Ovid9


                                I thought it was more the fact your walls were covered in pictures of skinny guys with long hair.

                                How did you fap in a room like that?



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