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    love the Dr. Strangelove reference

    Edit: oops, wrong song
    Last edited by Reverend Jones; 08-23-2018 at 06:00 PM.

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    this has been finding itself in my regular song rotation lately

    eat right, exercise, die anyway

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    Pup forever
    [01:52] <~Nikumubeki> Because it's MBEGGAR BEGS LIKE A BEGONI.

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    makes me wish i owned a turtleneck

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    Germany is simply THE country for techno. Demonic Underground is a fantastic mix.

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    Man, we are simply in a golden era of self-published music (this has a record label, because it just rules, but feels like something you might find on bandcamp).

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    Anthrax just released a 30th anniversary remaster of State of Euphoria.

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    I've never listened to a lot of music? I know, it's a character flaw.

    Favorite podcasts right now:
    No Cartridge - Occasionally serious video game critique.
    The Age of Napoleon - Engaging, wide-ranging history of, well, you can guess.
    The White Vault - Fully voice-acted isolation horror with a multinational cast.

    Honorable mention:
    Mic Dicta - RIP. Recently cancelled left-leaning legal current events podcast. Accessible-ish to nonlawyers, so if you want that particular perspective on the last few months of news and you have the time it might be worth listening through the archive.
    If you think the waiters are rude, you should see the manager.

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    Thought he was onto something.
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    Pink Floyd, The White Stripes, Arctic Monkeys, The Beatles, Nirvana

    I have very special tastes.
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    Old men, running the world. A new age!

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    Let's get some Tom Petty in here

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    It's exactly as stiff and awkward as you'd expect conservative rock to be

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    eat right, exercise, die anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reid View Post
    It's exactly as stiff and awkward as you'd expect conservative rock to be
    sniff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reid View Post
    It's exactly as stiff and awkward as you'd expect conservative rock to be
    You weren't kidding. You can just tell that witnessing the counterculture movement probably felt to him like his brain was being scrambled.

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    Not really a bad song, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend Jones View Post
    The Springfields
    Can I just say Dusty is one of my personal role models?

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    And Brian Eno is a minor role model of mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend Jones View Post
    And Brian Eno is a minor role model of mine.
    What a great interview so far, I have been really making a lot of music with this attitude lately. I should start recording it!
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