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 Post subject: Re: Music you've grown out of, revisited
PostPosted: Wed February 10, 2021 10:52 pm 
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There was a point in my youth where, like a lot of idiot kids, I was like REALLY into The Doors. It was a short phase, less than a year, probably. I still like them enough when I hear a song out and about or on the radio or something. But I haven't actively put on a Doors record in ages.

Not sure if that kind of thing makes the cut for this thread. But after thinking about this a lot, it's the only real example I can think of.

pretty much the only time i break out into a dance is when peace frog comes on....

It is funky. The transition from the previous song helps, too. Haven't heard that in a long time.

we should all do a Doors listening party some night

I don't have a mushroom guy anymore.


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Self wrote:
epilogue wrote:
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doug rr wrote:
epilogue wrote:
There was a point in my youth where, like a lot of idiot kids, I was like REALLY into The Doors. It was a short phase, less than a year, probably. I still like them enough when I hear a song out and about or on the radio or something. But I haven't actively put on a Doors record in ages.

Not sure if that kind of thing makes the cut for this thread. But after thinking about this a lot, it's the only real example I can think of.

pretty much the only time i break out into a dance is when peace frog comes on....

It is funky. The transition from the previous song helps, too. Haven't heard that in a long time.

we should all do a Doors listening party some night

I don't have a mushroom guy anymore.

welp


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borrow doug's mushroom guy


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 Post subject: Re: Music you've grown out of, revisited
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No way Doug has a shroom guy. Weed is legal. I could probably make edibles work.


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 Post subject: Re: Music you've grown out of, revisited
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No way Doug has a shroom guy. Weed is legal. I could probably make edibles work.

He does but it's probably like Whole Foods mushrooms, not Jim Morrison mushrooms. Y'know.


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 Post subject: Re: Music you've grown out of, revisited
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epilogue wrote:
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That’s not funny

I agree.

I do not like the turn this took.

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 Post subject: Re: Music you've grown out of, revisited
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Mushrooms are legalized in Ann Arbor, Michigan now, maybe someone lives there and can send some our ways.


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epilogue wrote:
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No way Doug has a shroom guy. Weed is legal. I could probably make edibles work.

He does but it's probably like Whole Foods mushrooms, not Jim Morrison mushrooms. Y'know.

yeah, I've never done them let alone seen them...there's blood in the streets its up to my ankles..


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Mushrooms are legalized in Ann Arbor, Michigan now, maybe someone lives there and can send some our ways.

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 Post subject: Re: Music you've grown out of, revisited
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Placebo and Muse 2001-2005. I still maintain that the instrumental parts are solid, but what the fuck was I thinking? Some of the worst lyrics ever put to paper, and both frontmen are kinda douchey.

No good.


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 Post subject: Re: Music you've grown out of, revisited
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Ello Sailor wrote:
Placebo and Muse 2001-2005. I still maintain that the instrumental parts are solid, but what the fuck was I thinking? Some of the worst lyrics ever put to paper, and both frontmen are kinda douchey.

No good.

I’m just happy someone knows how this thread is supposed to work


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 Post subject: Re: Music you've grown out of, revisited
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Stuff like Flogging Molly or Dropkick Murphys.

Shipping Up To Boston still pumps me up from time to time, though.

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 Post subject: Re: Music you've grown out of, revisited
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Stuff like Flogging Molly or Dropkick Murphys.

Shipping Up To Boston still pumps me up from time to time, though.

Oof


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 Post subject: Re: Music you've grown out of, revisited
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actually I might like them again.

in small doses they are good stuff.

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 Post subject: Re: Music you've grown out of, revisited
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I mean it’s not different from sea shanty music


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 Post subject: Re: Music you've grown out of, revisited
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I mean it’s not different from sea shanty music

its more repetitive.

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I can think of one album I played the shit out of that I never really need to hear again: Mesmerize by System of a Down. I think Hypnotize actually killed it for me.


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 Post subject: Re: Music you've grown out of, revisited
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Still love self-titled and Toxicity, and I'm able to cherry-pick a track from Mez/Hyp here and there and enjoy it.


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 Post subject: Re: Music you've grown out of, revisited
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actually I might like them again.

in small doses they are good stuff.

nope I'm sick of them again.

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