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    Constipation Because it's shit and it's never coming out!
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    http://radiohead.bandcamp.com/album/minidiscs-hacked This is OK Computer sessions that somebody hacked and demanded ransom for, so the band officially released it. Free listen and a link to buy at the link.
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    bro ignore him, the guy thinks a zeppelin knock off band is the second coming.
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    Supposedly CD songs were stored on cds on the floor of Axl’s bathroom. One version of CD is imprinted on the wheel of one of his Ferraris.
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    I have heard that guys who use the metric system have smaller units.
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    He likely blew out his achilles which is the death rattle for his basketball career. He may come back and play in a year but he will never be the same.
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    This is not an attack on their music, but anybody who spells Tom as Thom sounds like a pretentious tool.
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    True sometimes you get choco flakes instead cornflakes. I’m just living fast, dyin old as fuck not giving a fructose bout nothin. I never noticed a mark up. They don’t have the budget spirits or discount meats either. Eggs, milk, instant noodles, Doritos, 24 x Suntory and Kraft slices are a standard order. The rest is up in the air.
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    GUNNER update: He got a job as an intern with the Top Gear guys. I'm happy for him.
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    don't laugh over the loss of one of our fallen autistic sons.
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    imagine unironically defending dizzy reed
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    Having Omega, Jericho and LOL Moxley as their 3 top guys is enough to make me never watch
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    YEAH YEAH KICKSTART MY HEART ATTACK
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    The vault housed tape masters for Decca, the pop, jazz and classical powerhouse; it housed master tapes for the storied blues label Chess; it housed masters for Impulse, the groundbreaking jazz label. The vault held masters for the MCA, ABC, A&M, Geffen and Interscope labels. And it held masters for a host of smaller subsidiary labels. Nearly all of these masters — in some cases, the complete discographies of entire record labels — were wiped out in the fire. The scope of this calamity is laid out in litigation and company documents, thousands of pages of depositions and internal UMG files that I obtained while researching this article. UMG’s accounting of its losses, detailed in a March 2009 document marked “CONFIDENTIAL,” put the number of “assets destroyed” at 118,230. Randy Aronson considers that estimate low: The real number, he surmises, was “in the 175,000 range.” If you extrapolate from either figure, tallying songs on album and singles masters, the number of destroyed recordings stretches into the hundreds of thousands. In another confidential report, issued later in 2009, UMG asserted that “an estimated 500K song titles” were lost. The monetary value of this loss is difficult to calculate. Aronson recalls hearing that the company priced the combined total of lost tape and “loss of artistry” at $150 million. But in historical terms, the dimension of the catastrophe is staggering. It’s impossible to itemize, precisely, what music was on each tape or hard drive in the vault, which had no comprehensive inventory. It cannot be said exactly how many recordings were original masters or what type of master each recording was. But legal documents, UMG reports and the accounts of Aronson and others familiar with the vault’s collection leave little doubt that the losses were profound, taking in a sweeping cross-section of popular music history, from postwar hitmakers to present-day stars. Among the incinerated Decca masters were recordings by titanic figures in American music: Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Al Jolson, Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, Judy Garland. The tape masters for Billie Holiday’s Decca catalog were most likely lost in total. The Decca masters also included recordings by such greats as Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five and Patsy Cline. The fire most likely claimed most of Chuck Berry’s Chess masters and multitrack masters, a body of work that constitutes Berry’s greatest recordings. The destroyed Chess masters encompassed nearly everything else recorded for the label and its subsidiaries, including most of the Chess output of Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Willie Dixon, Bo Diddley, Etta James, John Lee Hooker, Buddy Guy and Little Walter. Also very likely lost were master tapes of the first commercially released material by Aretha Franklin, recorded when she was a young teenager performing in the church services of her father, the Rev. C.L. Franklin, who made dozens of albums for Chess and its sublabels. Virtually all of Buddy Holly’s masters were lost in the fire. Most of John Coltrane’s Impulse masters were lost, as were masters for treasured Impulse releases by Ellington, Count Basie, Coleman Hawkins, Dizzy Gillespie, Max Roach, Art Blakey, Sonny Rollins, Charles Mingus, Ornette Coleman, Alice Coltrane, Sun Ra, Albert Ayler, Pharoah Sanders and other jazz greats. Also apparently destroyed were the masters for dozens of canonical hit singles, including Bill Haley and His Comets’ “Rock Around the Clock,” Jackie Brenston and His Delta Cats’ “Rocket 88,” Bo Diddley’s “Bo Diddley/I’m A Man,” Etta James’s “At Last,” the Kingsmen’s “Louie Louie” and the Impressions’ “People Get Ready.” The list of destroyed single and album masters takes in titles by dozens of legendary artists, a genre-spanning who’s who of 20th- and 21st-century popular music. It includes recordings by Benny Goodman, Cab Calloway, the Andrews Sisters, the Ink Spots, the Mills Brothers, Lionel Hampton, Ray Charles, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Clara Ward, Sammy Davis Jr., Les Paul, Fats Domino, Big Mama Thornton, Burl Ives, the Weavers, Kitty Wells, Ernest Tubb, Lefty Frizzell, Loretta Lynn, George Jones, Merle Haggard, Bobby (Blue) Bland, B.B. King, Ike Turner, the Four Tops, Quincy Jones, Burt Bacharach, Joan Baez, Neil Diamond, Sonny and Cher, the Mamas and the Papas, Joni Mitchell, Captain Beefheart, Cat Stevens, the Carpenters, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Al Green, the Flying Burrito Brothers, Elton John, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Buffett, the Eagles, Don Henley, Aerosmith, Steely Dan, Iggy Pop, Rufus and Chaka Khan, Barry White, Patti LaBelle, Yoko Ono, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, the Police, Sting, George Strait, Steve Earle, R.E.M., Janet Jackson, Eric B. and Rakim, New Edition, Bobby Brown, Guns N’ Roses, Queen Latifah, Mary J. Blige, Sonic Youth, No Doubt, Nine Inch Nails, Snoop Dogg, Nirvana, Soundgarden, Hole, Beck, Sheryl Crow, Tupac Shakur, Eminem, 50 Cent and the Roots. Then there are masters for largely forgotten artists that were stored in the vault: tens of thousands of gospel, blues, jazz, country, soul, disco, pop, easy listening, classical, comedy and spoken-word records that may now exist only as written entries in discographies. http://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/11/magazine/universal-fire-master-recordings.html Look at these cowards, saving unimportant works we've heard millions of times while "Soul Monster" burns 😥
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    How the fuck did he close the sunroof on his own head?
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    Dr. Fatlove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Shit
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    Really hope CD was in that fire. Nobody needs that shit remastered.
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    Really I’m surprised how some of you guys are dealing with his I suspect accidental death. Really trying to understand that some one you interacted with is now dead he won’t be able to to listen to Robert Finch or continue with his vlogs. His mortal body is now gone. Enough with the jokes.
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    Poor Geraldine has abut 57 chins.
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    you're right, that's definitely the reason axl is fat
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    RIP KD. I hope it wasn't internet comments that made you decide it was a good idea to play last night.
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    Dreamt I drank a bottle of gin and projectiled into the toilet at 4am on Saturday morning and woke up and realised that it was in fact reality.
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    That was my one issue with the show, but that's just how Brits do things. Wait until later when someone is giving a presentation, speaking all British, but using visuals with Russian writing.
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    Does anyone know how it happened ? Was it really in a parked car ? once again I never interacted with him and I know he wasn’t popular here for what he did but damn that’s a rough way to go. RIP
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    Your both my friends. I ain’t no fucking Dave Meltzer mark jerking my self off to boring ass Japanese wrestling. i trust in Jim Ross who is a senior advisor and in Jericho who has been the greatest wrestler when it comes to reinventing himself Cody is Dusty’s son so I imagine he must have learned a little from his dad who was one of the greatest bookers of all time. DON was enjoyable to watch. So we will see where it goes. i have hope it will be good once it starts airing weekly programming.
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    On a sidenote, the podcast drama is way better than the wrestling from any company.
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    Oh no how could any of forum posters come up with complicated lyrics like IRS or Sorry for example. Fucking Brazilians (not Maynard he’s a good one)
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    2 episodes in they probably would've done a better job of handling this if they spoke russian more often
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    I'm not the biggest Spielberg fan but the guy has made some good shit
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    I guess this means Axl's bringing back the beard.
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    This video is factually incorrect. At 0:44 there's heaps of people in the crowd. That wouldn't be real if its a hookers and blow show.
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    I’m staying inside for next 3 months working on my neck beard and pale skin in his honor.
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    These days, shouldn't it be Everyone Knows I'm a Lesbian?
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    During the Illusion era I thought they were going to do a looser more rock n roll album but with Axl throwing in some bigger more experimental things. Sort of like Snakepit meets Ju ju Hounds but with an Axl song like TIL or Catcher maybe a rap rock song with NWA. I expected a Stones mid era of just a string of Draw the Lines. Some Izzy Reggae songs. Duff punk songs. A power ballad and rap rock experiment. Exile on Reggae Pop Rock Street. Basically chop up all Slash and Izzy’s solo records into GNR records with Axl singing and then take a couple CD songs per 10 track album. They could’ve done that. But we got the more pure stuff not the mixing bowl which is GNR. Axl just used different ingredients. Slash used his seasonings and Izzy made some primo guacamole.
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    It would be rad if Axl ditched that Glen Campbell shit and added Eat It to the setlist.
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    Pardon me!? The buffet is out of sweet and sour spare ribs?
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    Val: I fucked my leg. Brasky: That's objectively specific enough for me to diagnose! Do two things that hide the pain and one thing that you should be doing anyway! Val: Thanks! I'll do that! xD What?
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    How do you always post your songs in the wrong threads?
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    I’m binge watching House. i’ve seen all of them before. But i fucking love the show.
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    They didnt get inducted into the rock n roll hall of fame
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    They are nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
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