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  • I don't know why I thought about this yesterday, but I did. It took a little research to remember who it was and when I saw it, but I found it again after 27 years. And oh man is it beautiful.
    How is it my summer vacation was 10 weeks long, and I only figured out today that I can fill in inflatable pool with a leaf blower in a matter of seconds?
    Just ordered a JICO stylus for my Shure cartridge to replace the Shure stylus that is on it's way out.
    Hope it lives up to the hype.
    If you grew up in the '90s, don't act like you forgot this song. It was on every mixtape you made for that special boy or girl in high school.
    I don't always listen to this song, but when I do I have to hear it at least five times before anything else.
    I have been humming the theme to "Newhart" for 3 hours. I haven't thought about this show in 30 years, please someone make it stop.
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    well, you already know how he'd tell you to correct this issue
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    Finally got around to the new Sleater Kinney in the last day or two.
    If you pretend it was put out under a different name, it's actually quite good. If I have to rank it among all their other albums, it's third or fourth from the bottom.
    kvetcha
    kvetcha
    Honestly, I think all their albums but The Center Won't Hold are good to great. Path to Wellness was a nice return to form.
    LeSamourai
    LeSamourai
    I actually enjoy Center Won't Hold as well, even if I rank it low in their catalogue. I think that fact that their comeback album was so much better than it needed to be really hurts everything since- these are actually more typical later-career albums, solid and enjoyable, even if not as essential as the earlier ones.
    MadLucas
    MadLucas
    I'm not saying I don't like the album, I'm saying that, in terms of replay in comparison with some other albums, it's a little lower on my list. As its own thing, I really enjoyed it.
    Have you ever been just going about your day and then, out of nowhere, a song that you have heard many times just all of a sudden makes you weep like a baby? Damn you, "He Went To Paris."
    Bullion's "Pet Sounds in the Key of Dee" (a Dilla inspired reinvention of Pet Sounds) has been reissued. THIS IS NOT A DRILL!
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    bshikari
    bshikari
    Is there an official release?
    MadLucas
    MadLucas
    I am assuming yes, because Discogs is allowing it to be sold and they do not allow the sale of bootlegs.
    After several weeks of "sorry out of stock" emails from places I had ordered from, a box FINALLY came today with a copy of the Wedding Present's "Seamonsters" 2xLP/CD expanded reissue. Did they not think people in the US would want this?
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    McGlam
    McGlam
    I have the 10" box but thought about ordering this. How is it?
    Making my own Twilight Zone marathon since we canceled cable a month ago. I dare say my choices are better.
    The upside of sharing your favorite songs with your toddlers: when they enjoy things you do :)
    The downside of sharing your favorite songs with your toddlers: I have listened to "Video Killed The Radio Star" 23 times since Monday morning.
    Yer Ol' Uncle D
    Yer Ol' Uncle D
    Music discovery and kids are simultaneously enthralling and disturbing. I distinctly remember our daughter, 4 at the time, singing to our 1 year old son in the back seat of the car.....

    "I love you, I'm not gonna crack
    I kill you, I'm not gonna crack"

    For the record, they're both alive and well and the greatest kids you could ever wish for.
    nolalady
    nolalady
    My kid listened to Metallica for the first time and wanted to listen to more. I was pretty sure I won at parenting that day.
    avecigrec
    avecigrec
    My three-year-old has been all about Slayer's South of Heaven for the last two days - which is more than fine by me!

    I reckon being with each other only half the time lessens the monotony of some of the musical/story obsessions quite a bit because it's been a hot minute since anything has hit way too repetitive, thankfully.
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