Discussion in 'Anything and Everything not Free Rider' started by codrey, Oct 16, 2014.
when did i say i was special?
i just listened to yankee hotel foxtrot for the first time in a while and its easily one of the best albums of all time in my mind
"'Suddenly, a huge meteor went over us,' Wilson wrote. 'It looked like a bright piece of burning coal, and for a second it lit up Layne's face. He looked young again, like a kid who loved nothing better than to dive into water. In that moment, there was nothing dark in his life.'
'Did you see that?' Layne asked with great excitement, according to Wilson's recollection. 'How close do you think that was to us, Ann? Do you think that almost hit us, Ann? How lucky are we to have seen that?'
'It was really beautiful.' Wilson said.
'Do you have any idea...how rare it is for a meteor that big, and that bright, to come that close to us? We are really, really lucky people, Ann. You and me.'
That was the last time she saw Layne."
"'When we found him, I walked into the dining area of his home. I walked over and asked the police if I could move a few things off the couch, and they said, yes, I could,' McCallum would tearfully recall years later. 'And I sat down with Layne, and I talked with him, and I told him I'm so sorry it turned out like this, because I always believed he was smart, and he had the money, and he had the time, and he knew he'd been to treatment thirteen times, he'd been to the emergency room three times he'd died three times - I knew he had what it took. And it still took him out."
"We saw Layne on the couch and the needle in his leg, and he was certainly deteriorated in color. And Nancy went outside and just caved in the corner of the room, and she was devastated, as you can expect. I said my good-byes to Layne, told him that Demri was waiting for him, and that was that."
Probably my favorite song from Skrillex.
And everyone's favorite, Billy Joel
There's lots of other bands I really like but haven't heard enough of to consider them "favorites"
Not a huge fan of it anymore, but dubstep can actually be pretty great if you find some good artists. Tmaybe it's tasteless, but I'm actually a big fan of the 'Destroid' album that dropped a few years back. Really heavy stuff if you're into intense dubstep.
Other than that, I like most electro stuff and some trap recently. I can listen to rap and original rock for hours though.
If you're into trap, Aero Chord is definitely someone you should check out.
If you're into EDM, but not INTO EDM (I know you know what I mean), check out Nigel Good. He's a great mix of soft EDM and jazz/country.
If you're not into EDM but you're kinda not NOT into EDM (you know I know your uncle knows what you know what I mean), check out The Eden Project, aka EDEN. He has a lot of soft rockish songs, but also throws a little EDM here and there.
If you're interested in discovering new types of EDM or want to find a new artist in EDM, Monstercat is the place to go. YouTube them and you won't be disappointed.
Megadeth - Symphony of destruction, hangar 18, Countdown to extinction
Alice In Chains
I love 2pac unfortunately he died which is sad r.i.p
That's my most favorite songs from 2pac
2pac-I get around.
2pac-2 most Amerikaz wanted
thank you for saying that. i have wanted to say that for a while now, but i didn't want to get hate
Is a forum man, unless this is the epitome of your social life just learn not to give a f*ck and forums are more fun.
yeah i do have a great social life, i just like to be nice to people, and be charismatic
I love tøp
coming from ur fren
I've always listened to all of them
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