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lew

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That’s not really true, but there is a lot of stuff after 2000 that I’m not really interested in.
To be fair, there's a lot of shit from the 50's through the 90's that you couldn't pay me to give a shit about. Lots of good music being made today. Also tons of crap music being made today. Radio died in the 90s.
 

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Probably won’t get my brain right before I go in to this appointment.

But won’t be for lack of trying.

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I listen to Down. Stone the Crow is a favorite.

Down is a collaboration between the lead singer from Pantera and some of the musicians from Corrosion of Conformity. Both were big metal bands in the early 90's (and contributed to my hearing loss).
 

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Alice Coopers' Schools Out was the de facto anthem of the 70's for teenagers.

Let us not forget the Tubes:


And then there's the legendary Johny Cash doing a NIN'S Hurt:


I remember this one fondly while nailing seal-tabs on the hog house roof at the ripe old age of 10:


Another fun one:


And then:


Who can forget:

https://youtu.be/UKuc4nfJByc?si=bCOrNVqVoXJS0qIZ

I didn't understand this one but I liked Glen Campbel:

https://youtu.be/qBLboy3aXA0?si=euF79izmq21E0XP5

It was great fun hearing these again!

Actually, classics. Great examples of their respective genre's.

Slava Ukraine

:cool:
 
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ratas calientes

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I listened to Chicago growing up. Now I listen to the likes of Nightmares on Wax, Thievery Corporation, Gramatik, Four80East, etc.

I always was an odd duck.

I never owned a stingray bike either. I was second kid in my neighborhood with a 10-speed. :cool:

Johnny Cash is kewl, though.
 
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