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05-12-2009, 02:23 PM
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That might go down all time as one of the most disappointing cd's i've ever heard. Saves the Day was flying high after Stay What You Are, and In Reverie was hyped big time. It was their most successful album sales wise simply because everyone couldn't wait to see what they did next. A friend of mine tells a story about how he and his buddy picked the disc up on release day, got through 2 tracks in the car, and simply tossed it out the window
I was actually in the car when my ex boyfriend did that with the same CD.
I've always been a huge Saves the Day fan, aside from that CD, and I honestly miss the **** out of listening to songs about stabbing people and gruesome awesome stuff. "Rocks Tonic Juice Magic" is probably my favorite song by them hahaha.

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05-12-2009, 02:31 PM
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While down the shore with some old high school buddies (who randomly turned into HUGE stoners) they exposed me to Ratatat. Cool kinda electro band. We smoked hookah, drank, listened to music, played some guitar (they played, I sang) and told stories. It was a blast. Spent plenty of time on the sand too, the weather in OC MD was awesome.

It's not summer for me unless I listen to Sublime on my iPod.

I also really miss Blink-182. So bad. I loved them growing up, and listening to them again this weekend and hearing they are getting back together makes me so happy.

Sometimes I just want to listen to simple melodies and toilet humor, so what?

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05-12-2009, 02:34 PM
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Ratatat is badass.

Wildcat, with the cougar sample, is genius.

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Ratatat is badass.

Wildcat, with the cougar sample, is genius.
I liked Seventeen Years and Loud Pipes personally. Wildcat is certainly one of their better songs.

I was told to check out RJD2. I heard it was good.

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I liked Seventeen Years and Loud Pipes personally. Wildcat is certainly one of their better songs.

I was told to check out RJD2. I heard it was good.
RJD2 is excellent. If you liked Ratatat, Hot Chip and Crystal Castles would be other groups to check out.

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05-12-2009, 03:11 PM
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RJD2 is excellent. If you liked Ratatat, Hot Chip and Crystal Castles would be other groups to check out.
I'll search for it. Ratatat is awesome study music. A nice beat to keep you on track, but without the lyrics to distract you.

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I was actually in the car when my ex boyfriend did that with the same CD.
I've always been a huge Saves the Day fan, aside from that CD, and I honestly miss the **** out of listening to songs about stabbing people and gruesome awesome stuff. "Rocks Tonic Juice Magic" is probably my favorite song by them hahaha.
Rocks Tonic Juice Magic is such a good song. A few years back at the starting line's xmas show, the encore was actually Kenny from TSL, Max from Say Anything, and Aaron from the Almost. They played some ****** xmas song they wrote and then, for the last song of the night, covered Rocks Tonic. It was possibly the coolest surprise I saw that year.

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Anybody listen to Nightmares On Wax? I've been listening to them again as of late and always dug that cool groove type music.

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RJD2 put on a good show at Jam on the River last year. I was impressed.

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05-13-2009, 07:47 PM
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Has any one ever been to Kungfu Necktie? a show I may want to see is there, but I've never even heard of it.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrtQEaeGaZY

didn't want to embed because I was unsure if the band's name would fly

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To Whom it May Concern by Matt Duke


Absolutely beautiful song... pretty sad subject but still a great song...


The guy is just an incredible musician...

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New Clutch song.

http://www.metalsucks.net/2009/05/13...oppable-watts/

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From Rock Band

Two Weeks by All That Remains


I have also been listening to "The Mark, Tom And Travis Show" in anticipation for a Blink 182 concert or 2 this summer. I love Blink. I always have. Their older stuff is better then their newer stuff though.

Part of me feels like I should have outgrown them, but I didnt.

**** yeah!

Also Pennywise!


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