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The Listening Thread Part 8: STOP THE HATE...Unless of course you really don't want to then by all means keep it up...

So what are you listening to at this exact moment?  Yes like right now, on your computer or mobile or iPod (RIP Steve Jobs).

 

Well go ahead, type it out and post it.

 

Don't be afraid...

 

I dare you?  Double dog dare you...

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Schaweet! I'll prolly still buy them as I go, but I'll take em since yer offering :)

Bol - Still Born

ELO - showdown

One last word on The Walking Dead: THE GOVERNOR.

 

MOTHER FUCKER!

 

Black Label Society - Overlord

ELO - waterfall

 

 

KISS - Do You Love Me

 

Can you tell I'm on full shuffle today?

 

awesome!

 

ELO - livin' thing

 

i'll probably go that direction after lunch

Skeletonwitch – Bringers of Death

The KLF - No More Tears - Trumpet Line

D.R.I. - Snap (Dealing With It)

Anaal Nathrakh - The Lucifer Effect

 

Do you know how long it took me to put it together that these are the words that Merlin uses in Excalibur to conjure the dragons mist so that the King can ride across the canyon to impregnate the other King's wife...

woulda took me a lot longer......

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