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08-12-2008, 21:35   #1
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Soundtrack To Your Angst

What your listening to.

I'll start off,

Jesse Lacey & Kevin Devine - Luca


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Anything by Placebo.












I used to listen to a lot on Placebo
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well right now i'm listening to my new album by chip bailey loving the cheese grater & whisk goodness but the cure is always good if it's angst you're looking for...
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Hey hey hey.

The Cure are NOT angsty!



They're deep and mediative, but NOT angsty!
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I used to listen to a lot on Placebo

Oddly I only started listening to Placebo in TY, when I was probably the happiest I had ever been (That comparing to 3rd year, not after 4th year)

My musical past:

3-4th class:Bon Jovi, Abba, really cheesy stuff.

4th Class (Mark two, when i was the correct age to start in my current school): Limp Bizkit (Shudder)

5-6th and 1st year: Linkin Park and little else

2nd year: The discovery of Limwire (Which I in no way condone now)-Metallica, Slipknot, Manson, that kinda stuff, the lead up to a fairly big depressive episode which lasted most of 3rd year.

3rd Year: Alanis Morrisette, all of 2nd year. Adding Emo to the list :s MCR Hawthorne Heights that kinda stuff. After the mocks I attend my first gig with a new found friend, life suddenly starts looking up

4th - 6th: Taste progressively get heavier, and yet lighter at the same time. Emperor session after a couple of Regina Spektor tracks

And there, is my life story
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Hey hey hey.

The Cure are NOT angsty!



They're deep and mediative, but NOT angsty!
lol woops... I spose i don't actually listen to anything angsty... I meant good music that is good for a deep meditative 'thinky' (thoughtful? no!) mood.
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Lionel Richie,he suppresses angst.
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Lionel Richie,he suppresses angst.
And if we're learn anything is that the suppression of teens only ever leads to good things.
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Haha Greenday yes, but MGMT? Far too happy!
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Listening to housemate drunkenly singing "god rest ye merry gentlemen".

For people doing the leaving, this is the reality of college life.

If ye live with religious people who like to drink
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I've also been going around the house singing Christmas Carols, they're like the opposite of angsty!
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I've also been going around the house singing Christmas Carols, they're like the opposite of angsty!
Stereo in the common room has Christmas Carols BLARING a welcome change form the one rap CD they was in there prior to that. Never have carols been so upsetting though.

We have a tree in the common room though, a real one, and presents under the tree, and fake snow, they maybe cúnts but they went all out decorating.
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That is actually adorable that a guys school did that! We had some awful dance mix blaring in our common room but my friend made an amazing CD mix which everyone in the year loves so that keeps everyone happy!
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