Posted by schrips (126.96.36.199) on July 28, 2003 at 23:31:38:
In Reply to: Thank God, for CDs posted by emoot(: (188.8.131.52) on July 28, 2003 at 09:03:51:
Yeah, although i tend to get stuck on an album more than just one song. i finally got unstuck from mystic's cuts for luck and scars for freedom after listening to it nearly nonstop for almost a year. No one has heard of her but i think she is absolutely amazing. If you like underground hip hop (with a little hippy granola thrown in) you should really check it out. www.undergroundhiphop.com has clips... But now i've swung back to more grungy, punkish stuff...Sometimes i want to make myself feel all melancholy, sometimes I want my music to just amplify my current mood...but the mood of the music is critical. I also like to rent bizarre, dramatic, sad, etc movies and watch them by myself...partly so that I can respond emotionally however I want, partly b/c no one else seems to like my taste in movies (trainspotting, american beauty, fear and loathing, ghost world, anything foreign...)
btw, are you new to the enneagram, or just new to this site?
> Yes, when I was in college, I killed a couple casette tapes from listening so much. Ironically one of them was "The Queen is Dead" by The Smiths..... now the tape is dead...and I never got around to replacing it. Hmmm......
> Also, when no one else is around.... I have to play it really loud.
> Bands I play entirely too much now......Toad the Wet Sprocket, ELO, Enya, U2 and Big Country....and, yes, I am partially stuck in the 80s.... musically speaking. (:
> I've seen other fours do this.
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