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    I've really been in to Billy Joel lately.
    He is an interesting character occupying an odd in-limbo space somewhere between Bruce Springsteen and Elton John. Though he doesn't seem to be as revered as either. Perhaps because he has no distinct persona and looks like a middle manager of an office. It is undeniable that the man wrote hit after hit. His 1993 album River of Dreams has been playing on loop at my place. The title track is one of my all time favourite pop-rock songs of all time. The track is so fire that the verse and the hook are the same thing! The chorus of the album opener No Man's Land gets my juices flowing.


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    Happy Earth Day!


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    The new Alan Vega album, Mutator, is pretty good. It's from the Vega Vault of unreleased material, which is being mixed, mastered, and eventually released.
    https://alanvega.bandcamp.com/album/mutator

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    Eurovision is a guilty pleasure of mine. Was checking out the 2021 entrants today and came across this funky little Icelandic number that is actually fantastic, and now I'm obsessed.

    The dance, the nonchalance, the keytars. What's not to love.


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    Fuck.


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    I finally replaced my aging ipod touch with another ipod touch and this one is 256GB instead of only 64GB so I've put a lot more music on it. As such it took a long time to get my music library on it over the past two days. It's not full, but neither does it have everything on it. I mean, they don't make a ~500 GB ipod after all.

    Anyway, what I'm listening to. It's been awhile since I've listening to trash cans played at great speed so I'm listening to the red rocket itself today.



    Actually it's the Metallica OOs playlist so it's going to also be



    and of course



    and if there's time before work's over



    These are all the Mastered for iTunes versions. I haven't listened to these versions before so I hope that at least Death Magnetic and EP sounds better than I remember. Heck, I remember playing the first single for my wife asking her if it sounded as bad as I thought it did. I haven't listened to it since I last played it on GH3 so here's hoping something's different about it.

    Yes it's weird that this is my first choice. I'm also culling my music - 500ish GB is a lot of music but at the same time a decent fraction of that is from bandcamp and is lossless - so I'm starting with stuff that has high potential of my not listening to it again.

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    I don't know if a song has ever summed up how I feel about our entire society better.


    My heart beats in my head and it's thunderous
    Those caught in the rat race plunder us
    They know what's best for us
    They know what's best for us


    Gotta keep up, gotta get ahead
    Gotta go and get a job and work 'til I'm dead
    They know what's best for us
    They know what's best for us


    And I'm thinking that they must have missed the point
    Hold on, we just hold on for an exit
    And I'm thinking that they must have missed the point
    Hold on, we just hold on for an exit


    Out to deplete, out to defeat everyone
    Out to deceit, out to deceive anyone
    They know what's best for us
    They know what's best for us


    They're automatically given the authority
    Why? I don't know, it's a vile monstrosity
    They know what's best for us
    They know what's best for us


    And I'm thinking that they must have missed the point
    Hold on, we just hold on for an exit
    And I'm thinking that they must have missed the point
    Hold on, we just hold on for an exit


    You see, the purpose of the rat race defeats me
    When we're gone, what's left behind?
    But there seems to be no end and no reason
    Yet we still carry on


    You see, the purpose of the rat race defeats me
    When we're gone, what's left behind?
    But there seems to be no end


    When you finally reach the front of the pack
    There's nothing there, just an endless barren track
    It goes on and on
    It goes on and on


    You know what?
    Let's get disqualified!
    Let's get disqualified!


    And I'm thinking that they must have missed the point
    Hold on, we just hold on for an exit
    And I'm thinking that they must have missed the point
    Hold on, we just hold on for an exit

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    I'm not a big fan of their work after this album, but the title track to I Am Hollywood fucking slams. The whole album is fantastic. ETID-esque, southern rock-infused metalcore. If you need something to pick you up and kick you in the teeth, this is it.

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    Sometimes Sunday mornings are for Throwdown.

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    John Lennon - Plastic Ono Band, Remember.

    "remember when you were young, how the hero was never hung, always got away, remember, how the man, used to leave you empty handed, always, always, let you down"

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    Those first three tracks are just perfection together. "Godless" I immediately fell in love with the ONE time Muchmusic played it.

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    Last edited by xolotl; 05-07-2021 at 12:55 AM. Reason: addin' youtube

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    The Health x NIN crossover sent me down a rabbit hole. This playlist was the result.
    https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2V...yMWHGhop90v0Mz

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