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    Quote Originally Posted by hvysmker View Post
    Although I don't feel guilty, I do feel out of tune in preferring music from the thirties and forties, mostly big band type. It certainly shows my age. I can't stand Rock and Noise.

    Charlie

    Rock and noise???...Or rock music and noise--like kids screaming? I know you were NOT saying Rock music is noise..[LOL]--Not Rock form the 70's---that is not noise my friend--that is classical Music--the theme music to my coming of age music...--I do like so of the "Older" music though.

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    Oreos with Fritos



    ummmmhuh--good stuff!

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    Ten Things I Hate About You

    Clueless

    An Adam Sandler movie called Reign Over Me. I thought he was really good.

    The Mummy/Mummy Returns. Love the chemistry between Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, and John Hannah. I thought the movies were pretty funny.

    That's it, really. Oh, Alien 3 isn't nearly as bad as people say. And I like a couple Cradle of Filth albums, "Midian" and "Nymphetamine". That's it.


    I liked the first 3 or 4 of the Alien movies.
    She lost herself in the trees,
    among the ever-changing leaves.
    She wept beneath the wild sky
    as stars told stories of ancient times.
    The flowers grew toward her light,
    the river called her name at night.
    She could not live an ordinary life,
    with the mysteries of the universe
    hidden in her eyes....
    Author: Christy Ann Martine

    Death leaves a heartache no one can heal,
    love leaves a memory no one can steal....
    Author unknown.

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    Pre-1960 musicals, especially Oklahoma! and Carousel. Any movie with Cary Grant. Barbara Streisand. Bob Dylan, before he went electronic. Like Charlie, showing my age. I still prefer ol' timey "rock n' roll" over "rock." Rod Stewart's American Songbook. Don't feel guilty, though.

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    If the music has a scream, a "Baby, baby", or a "Yeah, yeah", it's not for me.

    I know, don't remind me, that Bing Crosby was famous for his interjections.

    In short, I like background music that doesn't pull me out of my writing. That means mostly non-intrusive instrumentals where I can listen and think at the same time.

    Charlie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deafmute View Post
    angsty? no they were pure emotional gold Crawling in my skin was the theme song to my junior year.

    hmm guilty pleasures? all of my pleasures are pretty guilty.
    Meteora was, literally the only thing I listened to in high school. Our there music didn't even exist.
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    Charlie, I'm guessing you wouldn't care much for 'Goatwhore.' But you should give it a chance. Tell 'em, Pidgeon!



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    80s hair band music. listening to it kind of like hanging with fat chicks or riding a moped. it's fun until your friends catch you doing it.
    "Man, you should have seen them kicking Edgar Allan Poe.”

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    I watch Neighbours... and Judge Judy . I've tried to stop but I think I'm too far gone now.
    “Be happy with what you have and are, be generous with both, and you won't have to hunt for happiness.”



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    Quote Originally Posted by Pluralized View Post
    Charlie, I'm guessing you wouldn't care much for 'Goatwhore.' But you should give it a chance. Tell 'em, Pidgeon!
    There's no shame in listening to ol' Goatwhore! Lol
    "I like working with first time directors because they don't really know the rules yet. And therefore don't know any limits."
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    Has anybody seen that movie Bound?
    For any who are wondering...

    Show: Stephanie's eyes rose and her lips curved down as Melanie ambled through with intentional grace. Men's eyes widened ablaze; Stephanie's narrowed in darkness. Her snarling lips caressed the edge of her glass.

    Tell: Stephanie was jealous of Melanie.

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by Pluralized View Post
    Charlie, I'm guessing you wouldn't care much for 'Goatwhore.' But you should give it a chance. Tell 'em, Pidgeon!
    I got to thinking if you put any random noun with any random adverb/adjective there's probably a band by that name somewhere.

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