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The Smile - A light for attracting attention
Emiliana Torrini - Love in the time of science
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Just bought a new backpack for hiking with my tent and stuff. It's a real upgrade over my current one, lighter, stronger and more handy features. Looking forward taking it out into nature again soon!

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"I do actually believe that there are powers in music that are almost supernatural. I think you actually manipulate people with music, and that is definitely what we are trying to do."

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Some 50p CD's from the charity shops.

1. Pink Floyd - Pulse (1995)

2. Nick Drake - Made To Love Magic (2004)

3. Brian Eno - Ambient 1 Music For Airports (1978)

4. The Grateful Dead - Anthem of the Sun (1968)

5. Grandaddy - The Software Slump (2000)

6. Grandaddy - Sumday (2003)

7. Doves - Lost Souls (2000)

8. Mogwai - Happy Songs For Happy People
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Coburn - We Interrupt This Programme (CD single, 2005)
Crazy Loop - The Power Of Shower (CD album, 2007)
Rammstein - Zick Zack (CD single, 2022)
Rammstein - Zeit [Special Edition] (CD album, 2022)
Haiducii - Dragostea Din Tei (CD single, 2004)


Orbited insanitarium wrote:Some 50p CD's from the charity shops.
5. Grandaddy - The Software Slump (2000)
6. Grandaddy - Sumday (2003)

incredible albums. also recommend Last Place if you haven't got it already and Grandaddy is up your alley. just massive, Jason Lytle is a legend

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Orbited insanitarium wrote:Some 50p CD's from the charity shops.
5. Grandaddy - The Software Slump (2000)
6. Grandaddy - Sumday (2003)

incredible albums. also recommend Last Place if you haven't got it already and Grandaddy is up your alley. just massive, Jason Lytle is a legend


Aye! I was gawping at the cover when I spotted it on the shelf, couldn't believe my luck. :lol:
Funnily enough, I'm playing Software Slump tonight. Gonna be a corker.

You got some great Rammstein there, raw songs! I only wish my town had such CD eclecticism when it comes to metal.
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I bought some groceries today. Yup.

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mechanismj wrote:I bought some groceries today. Yup.


No no that's not how this works. You need to specify which groceries of course!
"I do actually believe that there are powers in music that are almost supernatural. I think you actually manipulate people with music, and that is definitely what we are trying to do."

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Orbited insanitarium wrote:4. The Grateful Dead - Anthem of the Sun (1968)


Snagged two more from the dead! :D

1. The Grateful Dead - The Grateful Dead (1967)

2. The Grateful Dead - Blues For Allah (1975)
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A friend of Sufjan turned up in the one quid section today.

1. Angelo De Augustine - Tomb (2019)
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Don Rickles - Hello, Dummy! (CD comedy album, 1968)
George Carlin - A Place For My Stuff (CD comedy album, 1981)

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3 Bang energy drinks (Radical Skadattle, Krazy Key Lime Pie, and Black Cherry Vanilla)
ONE Bar (Maple Glazed Doughnut)
Pringles (Original)
Chex Mix (Party Blend)

The breakfast of champions.
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rodox_head wrote:3 Bang energy drinks (Radical Skadattle, Krazy Key Lime Pie, and Black Cherry Vanilla)
ONE Bar (Maple Glazed Doughnut)
Pringles (Original)
Chex Mix (Party Blend)

The breakfast of champions.


Salted plain pringles?! Get yersel some prawn cocktail. (also the confectionary of kings. :lol:)

Some more silver discs from a half price shop.

1. Yes - Union (1991)

2. Hawkwind - In Search of Space (1971)

3. Camel - Nude (1981)

4. Edgar Froese - Aqua (1974)

5. Porcupine Tree - The Sky Moves Sideways (1995)

6. Queen - Queen II (1974)
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