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    Happy Marriage.... The Ballads of Max and Geraldine Bailey
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    I'm telling you that it was known by more than a few people going into the last residency shows that some form of a reunion was going to happen. Whether it was slash, duff, Izzy, 1 of the 3, 2 of the 3 or all 3, it was in the works at that point. Now, I am not sure if said gina admin was hinting at this as I can't read his mind, but that was a part of the "insider" bs going down that week. Other shit never materialized that was hyped....
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    Team Brazil Presents Guns N’ Roses
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    haven't kept up since my ratio on the torrent site i used to get them on went to shit the story was really starting to drag he probably should have ended it after the negan war, it was still great at that point and it's felt like aimless stagnation since is negan still around? he was the one thing that kept me coming back i heard the show killed off carl and rick, lol retards
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    comic-book spoilers for The Walking Dead #191 (May 2019)
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    It is uneven like most comicbooks. The quality storylines come and go. My favorite story is issue #50 with Carl alone
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    It’s starting http://wellkeptwallet.com/get-paid-to-watch-videos/
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    Nobody, they retired the band/broke up. This isn't too bad, the bass is obviously awesome, and Sorum's drumming is relatively tasty. Stevens seems a bit quiet in both songs which isn't so bad considering the strong rhythm section. The singer has a fair bit of that American Idol thing about him, but he's not terrible- still better than Tony Martin or someone like that. There aren't any young, bona fide rock gods anymore so yeah. Not really my cup of tea but full marks to this band. Geezer really dominates.
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    Thanks for sharing, but that's a completely different incident than the one the retard that bought the forum was boasting about.
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    It was the album that introduced me to them. Have you ever listened to other albums by them? No More Shall We Part is probably my favorite album by anyone
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    Heartattack and Vine - Tom Waits
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    After his crying about me in Attitude got it shut down, he must've figured his mission was accomplished. Disappeared shortly after.
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    Rick dies in the comics next week
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    Fernando's Band Thankyou Beta By Taking Care Of Him
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    hoping they get a good old fashion donnybrook going tonight
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    Pop is great and I like a lot!
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    Radiohead: The Bends, OK Computer, Kid A, Amnesiac Lil Wayne: Dedication 2, Da Drought 3 Cat Power: You Are Free Wolf Parade: Apologies to the Queen Mary David Bowie: Ziggy Stardust, Hunky Dory St. Vincent: Marry Me Pearl Jam: Ten White Zombie: Astro-Creep 2000 The White Stripes: White Blood Cells, Elephant The National: Alligator The Strokes: Is This It The New Pornographers: Mass Romantic Interpol: Turn On the Bright Lights Wu-Tang Clan: 36 Chambers, Wu-Tang Forever Black Mountain: Black Mountain The Smiths: The Queen Is Dead Ghostface: Iron Man, Supreme Clientele OBD: 36 Chambers GZA: Liquid Swords 2Pac: Me Against the World, All Eyez on Me Kanye: College Dropout, MBDSUTFKSJD Michael Jackson: Off The Wall, Thriller, Dangerous Spoon: Gimme Fiction Pavement: Slanted & Enchanted Neutral Milk Hotel: In The Aeroplane over the Sea Feist: Let It Die Beck: Midnight Vultures Arcade Fire: Funeral Wilco: Yankee Hotel Foxtrot My Bloody Valentine: Loveless Counting Crows: August and Everything After The Hold Steady: Separation Sunday Clap Your Hands Say Yeah: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Eminem: Slim Shady LP Snoop: Doggystyle Pretty much everything from The Beatles, The Stones, and Zep
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    Iran were on Bush’s axis of evil. There’s a vid on youlube of Bush telling Gen Wesley Clark they weren’t just going into Iraq after 9/11. They were doing 7 countries in 5 years.
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    Robert Kirkman has no idea how to end or really continue his story. Don’t get me wrong his first comics and ideas were brilliant.
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    Maybe a little salami will make him return....
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    I'm going to make one of these.
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    I’ve got an idea for a new compilation album. Woke Classics - Guns n Roses One in a Million It’s So Easy Used to Love Her Back off Bitch You Ain’t the First Bad Obsession Don’t Damn Me My Michelle Attitude Get in the Ring Shackler’s Revenge Anything Goes Rocket Queen Locomotive Look at Your Game, Girl Catcher in the Rye
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    Indeed he was
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    He was great in the disaster artist. btw justified had the best finale
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    I was surprised that it was good. James Franco skeeves me out
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    I watched 11/22/63 on Hulu really good
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    Ive heard stuff here and there. An old roommate of mine used to play this frequently. I absolutely loved it. Such a cool vibe throughout the album. Great album. I will check out some more of his stuff. It's so easy now to discover new music with YouTube, Spotify and all No More Shall We Part will be top of the list. Thanks man!
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    Dude! Murder Ballads is amazing!
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    Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds albums Murder Ballads, The Boatman's Call, No More Shall We Part
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    Willie Nelson Stardust. Very mellow. But just friggin awesome
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    The Travelling Wilburys album is absolutely incredible
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    Bro either say what you wanna say or don’t, we ain’t readers between the line in here
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    I think my dealer is cutting my blow with butter. World's fattest cokehead...
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    Remember how easy it was to make you come back? Me neither.
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    Objectively legendary boomer music that I'll never get tired of? Arcade Fire - Funeral Black Sabbath - debut, Master of Reality, Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, Heaven and Hell Blue Rodeo - Five Days in July (Canadiana) Chuck Berry Greatest Hits CCR - greatest hits (Lodi is my go-to) Daft Punk - Discovery, Random Access Memories Dr. Dre - The Chronic, 2001 Eagles - One of These Nights, Hotel California ELO - A New World Record, Out of the Blue, Time (underrated) Eminem - Slim Shady LP, Marshall Mathers LP George Harrison - All Things Must Pass O Brother Where Art Thou Soundtrack Hank Williams Greatest Hits (literally Chuck Berry tier imo) Johnny Cash Greatest Hits Kanye - MBDTF, College Dropout Metallica - Kill Em All, Ride the Lightning Michael Jackson - Thriller, Off the Wall, Dangerous Muse - Origin of Symmetry Radiohead - OK Computer RHCP - Blood Sugar Sex Magik, Stadium Arcadium Stompin Tom Connors (Canadiana) Beach Boys - don't get me started Beatles - probably a good 50 songs i'll never get tired of. favorite album is Rubber Soul The Doors - debut Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers, Exile, Goats Head Soup (the less Brian Jones, the better)
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    i feel bad for all the kids being dragged to the aladdin remake with not-robin-williams
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    It's a story of a man who works as hard as he can just to be a man who stands on his own
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    Hello my baby, hello my honey, hello my ragtime gal.
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    I guess the tornado killed a few people. Fuck this weather.
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    I watched the 1st season and never came back. The series seem kinda shitty from what I hear.
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    I think the first season was pretty novel to see. It had a very existential feel. When it went comic/superhero I waned interest.
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    there hasn't been a good episode since S01E02
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    It's early April, and that always reminds me of "Elektra Lives Again" by Frank Miller. Unfortunately, the story is very muddled and confusing. The plot really doesn't make a lot of sense. But it's still one of my favorite books of all time because of the ART. Hands down, this is the finest art by Frank Miller ever published. And of course Lynn Varley doing all the hand-painted colors just completes it. A staggering work of beauty. I just sat down and re-read it again, and noticed that the dates line up perfectly this year. Crazy. It was published in 1990, but the dates actually correlate to 1991, which also just happens to line up with 2019. What a fun coincidence. Here are all the pages that mention the date. Just savor that insanely detailed Frank Miller art colored to perfection by Lynn Varley. This was their absolute peak. No other work ever came close, or ever will again.
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