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This still blows my mind.

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This song is over 30 years old, now. Yeesh.

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Neil Young with Devo. From the Youtube channel of ... The AARP?

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Why not? They're all senior citizens now.
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Redneck Shit by Walker Wheeler Jr is amusing. It's basically taking "Piss Up a Rope" from Ween's 12 Golden Country Greats and making an album out of it. "Fuck You Bitch" is definitely the highlight. Pitch-perfect parody.
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Ween rule.

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I had forgotten how much I like The Atomic Bitchwax.
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JD wrote:
06 Jul 2018, 14:56
I had forgotten how much I like The Atomic Bitchwax.
Thanks! But while you got the right number of letters, you still badly misspelled "Fruitbat" there.
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Slip inside a sleeping bag.

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Three years too late, but this is a good appreciation of the first Love and Rockets album:

http://thequietus.com/articles/18758-lo ... ven-review

So this is for when you feel happy
And this is for when you feel sad
And this is for when you
Feee-eeeel
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Nice.

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Slip inside a sleeping bag.

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Slip inside a sleeping bag.

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Also very strange that there hasn't been a good balearic edit of Bauhaus's Kick in the Eye.
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Excellent track from a guy who went to the same awful catholic boarding school as my uncle:

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dbcooper wrote:
10 Jul 2018, 09:06
awful catholic boarding school as my uncle
No academic record of note, nothing notable for sports despite being located next to the rugby club that has had more All Blacks than any other. A lot of convicted child rapists though.

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dbcooper wrote:
10 Jul 2018, 09:06
Excellent track from a guy who went to the same awful catholic boarding school as my uncle:
The Ubiquitous Mr. Lovegrove and The Carnival is Over are my go-to DCD songs.
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Andrew wrote:
10 Jul 2018, 09:25
dbcooper wrote:
10 Jul 2018, 09:06
Excellent track from a guy who went to the same awful catholic boarding school as my uncle:
The Ubiquitous Mr. Lovegrove and The Carnival is Over are my go-to DCD songs.
The Cardinal Sin is a favourite (Spleen and Ideal is really good), but the first album is really underrated.

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Andrew wrote:
10 Jul 2018, 09:25
dbcooper wrote:
10 Jul 2018, 09:06
Excellent track from a guy who went to the same awful catholic boarding school as my uncle:
The Ubiquitous Mr. Lovegrove and The Carnival is Over are my go-to DCD songs.
Into The Labryinth is one of the few CDs that I just pop in and play from front to back. I must apparently check out the other ones.
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I always liked this one.

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I've been watching Goliath and really digging the theme song.


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I've been convinced that this song was from Twin Peaks: The Return (that's meant as praise). I would've bet money on it. It is apparently not, but given the other crap I have to listen to in yoga, this one is an excellent departure from the norm.

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wait do most dads know who wilco is? and did wilco get a full time gig as jay leno's house band on the tonight show?
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lunchstealer wrote:
30 Jul 2018, 00:55
wait do most dads know who wilco is? and did wilco get a full time gig as jay leno's house band on the tonight show?
Wilco audience is at least 103% dad.
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