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Old 13th June 2023, 08:31 AM
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I often "fall down virtual rabbit holes", sometimes after visiting this forum, and I find new (to me, that is) music and video that expands my prior boundaries. Thank you, all of you, for educating me!

The walks, now taken alone since losing my little dog, Leo, are now filled with sounds that I would have never heard had I not "popped" into this chat now and again. Nowadays my head thrums to the delicious vibrations of TOOL, PUSCIFER, and A PERFECT CIRCLE; NIGHTWISH, DISTURBED, and EVANESCENCE turn me into a small island of calm in the middle of a busy supermarket; deadmau5, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, and THE PRODIGY all shuffle around to take their turns to pound upon the grateful eardrums of troggi.

These and many other artists rub shoulders with all the fond remembered names carried over from my teens and beyond, usually on a permanent shuffle (some albums like PINK FLOYD's "Dark Side of the Moon" can never be shuffled). No two days are ever the same, aurally speaking(?) so, thank you all once again for expanding my horizons.


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I often "fall down virtual rabbit holes", sometimes after visiting this forum, and I find new (to me, that is) music and video that expands my prior boundaries. Thank you, all of you, for educating me!

The walks, now taken alone since losing my little dog, Leo, are now filled with sounds that I would have never heard had I not "popped" into this chat now and again. Nowadays my head thrums to the delicious vibrations of TOOL, PUSCIFER, and A PERFECT CIRCLE; NIGHTWISH, DISTURBED, and EVANESCENCE turn me into a small island of calm in the middle of a busy supermarket; deadmau5, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, and THE PRODIGY all shuffle around to take their turns to pound upon the grateful eardrums of troggi.

These and many other artists rub shoulders with all the fond remembered names carried over from my teens and beyond, usually on a permanent shuffle (some albums like PINK FLOYD's "Dark Side of the Moon" can never be shuffled). No two days are ever the same, aurally speaking(?) so, thank you all once again for expanding my horizons.



Thatís fantastic! I love music, itís been one of the most important things in my life since I was little, not a day goes by without listening to some amazing songs, and sharing stuff and finding new stuff is what itís all about.

There is a massively broad selection in this thread, something for everyone! Keep on your journey of discovery and keep enjoying it!
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Old 14th June 2023, 08:13 AM
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Day 2 of albums I haven't heard in a long time today's choice Ministry. Just like Municipal Waste yesterday I forgot just how good this album is
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Old 14th June 2023, 08:18 AM
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I listened to Psalm 69 for the first time in years the other week and I forgot how relentless it is, such a good album. I might have it on today as well so thanks
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Day 2 of albums I haven't heard in a long time today's choice Ministry. Just like Municipal Waste yesterday I forgot just how good this album is
How can you forget how good Psalm 69 is?

NWO and Jesus Built My Hotrod are two of the greatest songs ever!

Their recent albums are good as well. Moral Hygiene and AmeriKKKant. Delighted to have those in my collection with another one on the way this year - Hopium for the Masses
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