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Severian 02.06.2019 08:55 PM

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Originally Posted by Dr. Eugene Felikson
It's because claire is a minor and porky suggested her and severian would make a good couple. Severian then redirected the insult towards porky, satirizing pork's initial accusation which was in jest to begin with


Yeah.
Kept the pedo volley going, like I said.

Also, GD has always been kind of a dick, even if I think he’s an alright guy. So a) he can bloody well take it, and b) he probably deserves more, having tossed some pretty gnarly insults my way in the past.

Good on you for white knightin’ the situation though. ;)

Severian 02.06.2019 09:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Genteel Death
Man, I didn't even realise who choc e-Claire was until you made the paedo comment. I had to go trough her posts to find out. Man, you ought to chill a bit when you're in need for bit of Radiohead revisionism and someone satirises on it. Has Kanye West not got any new albums out yet?


See? Savage Clone? See this guy? Just begging for it, and I handed it to him gently — and with a compliment. So...


Radiohead revisionism?

Yeah, I love OKC, Kid A, Hail to the Thief and a lot of chunks from their other albums but if you think I’m some froth at the mouth Radiohead fan, I can’t argue because I don’t care enough. “Myxomatosis” is glorious, Hail to the Thief is their best album, that about the extent of passionate Radiohead stances I have.
I love some of it, but it’s weird that you think of me as being a Radiohead guy.

And I know you’re trying to poke, but no, Kanye’s dumb hat-wearing/brilliant music-making ass has not put out a new album yet in 2019.

choc e-Claire 02.06.2019 09:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Severian
Yeah, I love OKC, Kid A, Hail to the Thief and a lot of chunks from their other albums but if you think I’m some froth at the mouth Radiohead fan, I can’t argue because I don’t care enough. “Myxomatosis” is glorious, Hail to the Thief is their best album, that about the extent of passionate Radiohead stances I have.
I love some of it, but it’s weird that you think of me as being a Radiohead guy.


One guy on Discord mentioned that he wanted to listen to Radiohead and it took all my power to avoid sending a thousand-word history lesson to him.

He started with Pablo Honey, and somehow liked it?

The Bends is going to blow his mind.

But yeah, if you want to have intense arguments about them, I'm your gal.

(I'll start: Jonny Greenwood >>> Thom Yorke)

Dr. Eugene Felikson 02.06.2019 09:38 PM

 


I am loving this waaaaay too much rn

Detroit rules

Was kid rock the first rapper to embrace redneck culture?

I'm not straight outta Compton, I'm straight out the trailer!!

choc e-Claire 02.07.2019 02:36 AM

 

Severian 02.07.2019 08:19 AM

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Originally Posted by Genteel Death
Also, you dumb idiot, it would take a quick search through my posts to quickly understand I am a gay man who has no interest in fucking children and LOVES music. Obviously you must have been busy re-reading your own crap about how Ben Frost or Lil Wayne are worth a shot when nobody gives a shit.



Oh my god, you actually took it personally and seriously?

You massive, massively stupid person.

Again: a) You can take it; and b) You deserve it and worse for being an asshole.

Also, who said pesophiles can’t be gay? Homophobic weirdo. You’ve got some sexist shit buried in that big gay head of yours.

...

Anyway, it was an IDGAF joke insult I didn’t mean, and I paid you a compliment in the process, so chill and/or fuck off because anyone as insulting as you routinely are should be able to take it.

Now. Who wants to talk about Lil Wayne, who has been half dead since 2009?

choc e-Claire 02.08.2019 04:47 PM

 


Criticise it all you want, I love it despite all its flaws.

choc e-Claire 02.08.2019 05:18 PM

Astrobrite - Pinkshinyultrablast

choc e-Claire 02.08.2019 08:37 PM

 

dirty bunny 02.08.2019 09:59 PM

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Originally Posted by choc e-Claire
One guy on Discord mentioned that he wanted to listen to Radiohead and it took all my power to avoid sending a thousand-word history lesson to him.

He started with Pablo Honey, and somehow liked it?

The Bends is going to blow his mind.

But yeah, if you want to have intense arguments about them, I'm your gal.

(I'll start: Jonny Greenwood >>> Thom Yorke)





I love Pablo Honey, it was the first Radiohead album I listened to, and I fell for it hard. Going through some stuff at the time, and probably relating to the fact I was a teenager.
I love it, but it's the kind of love for something that so perfectly encapsulates a period of time in my life. My life in amber, Pablo Honey.


The Bends now... my God. One of my all-time favourites, I just LOVE LOVE LOVE the sound of this album, so much I kind of hate them for not making another album that had this same sound. Instead those Oxford twats had to go and be experimental (never mind I didn't hear this album until OK Computer came out).



I still enjoy a lot of their other albums, Amnesiac, HTTT, etc, but I kinda lost interest in them after King of Limbs. I heard the first two tracks off A Moon Shaped Pool and couldn't care enough to listen to the rest.

The Soup Nazi 02.08.2019 10:00 PM

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Originally Posted by _tunic_
Shocking Blue - Love Buzz

their biggest hit Venus turns 50 this year and to celebrate that the writer of the song and only surviving member made a rare appearance on TV. He's still earning loads of money from the 20-odd years of razor commercials. A very sweet man, laidback, reclusive and normally is never doing interviews. And he hasn't touched a guitar in ages.


But I just can't stop listening to Love Buzz right now over and over and over again



Bob Mould covered "Send Me A Postcard" on Sunshine Rock (out today). AllMusic: "'Send Me a Postcard'" comes remarkably close to unseating Nirvana's "Love Buzz" as the best Shocking Blue cover ever, a pure blast of rock & roll ecstasy".

choc e-Claire 02.08.2019 10:21 PM

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Originally Posted by dirty bunny
I love Pablo Honey, it was the first Radiohead album I listened to, and I fell for it hard. Going through some stuff at the time, and probably relating to the fact I was a teenager.
I love it, but it's the kind of love for something that so perfectly encapsulates a period of time in my life. My life in amber, Pablo Honey.

A lot of the songs off it come across really well live - listening to old bootlegs meant I was able to appreciate the album. The best tracks are actually great, and some B-sides from that era (Faithless, the Wonder Boy especially) are amazing.

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Originally Posted by dirty bunny
The Bends now... my God. One of my all-time favourites, I just LOVE LOVE LOVE the sound of this album, so much I kind of hate them for not making another album that had this same sound. Instead those Oxford twats had to go and be experimental (never mind I didn't hear this album until OK Computer came out).

I slept on The Bends for way too long - I'd come into the experimental side - and it's astonishing. When shit like Bones and (Nice Dream) doesn't even make the top half of songs off your album, you rule.

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Originally Posted by dirty bunny
I still enjoy a lot of their other albums, Amnesiac, HTTT, etc, but I kinda lost interest in them after King of Limbs. I heard the first two tracks off A Moon Shaped Pool and couldn't care enough to listen to the rest.

Their last two have actually been the worst since Pablo. Saddens you to see what happened. There's some conspiracy theories that AMSP might be their last album, and frankly that would be okay with me. (Except for never seeing them live.)

Dr. Eugene Felikson 02.08.2019 10:22 PM

 

dirty bunny 02.08.2019 10:32 PM

@choc e-Claire yeah, not every band can be like Sonic Youth and put out great albums until they break up- and it's unfortunate they had to break up at all.



I'd give you some rep but I have to spread some around

choc e-Claire 02.08.2019 10:37 PM

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Originally Posted by dirty bunny
@choc e-Claire yeah, not every band can be like Sonic Youth and put out great albums until they break up- and it's unfortunate they had to break up at all.

IIRC the theory rested on things like that they now have exactly 100 LP songs, they're being self-referential, they gave away old master tapes in the deluxe editions, there were no unreleased songs on the tour, and pulling True Love Waits out of the vault and releasing it can set it to bed.

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Originally Posted by dirty bunny
I'd give you some rep but I have to spread some around

Leave me a user note instead plz :)

Kuhb 02.09.2019 04:56 AM

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Originally Posted by Dr. Eugene Felikson
 


That single version of Son of Three is so good

_tunic_ 02.09.2019 08:53 AM

The Cure's Peel sessions from the late seventies & early eighties.
Blimey!

Dr. Eugene Felikson 02.09.2019 09:31 AM

 

dirty bunny 02.09.2019 06:09 PM

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Originally Posted by choc e-Claire
Leave me a user note instead plz :)





Done!


I'm currently listening to In Search of the Lost Chord by The Moody Blues.


What a great band.

Antagon 02.10.2019 06:58 AM

 


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