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I started listening to some of the 80's and 90's music I grew up with throughout the afternoon. Right now:

Pearl Jam - Black

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hehe - popped the earbuds in ears and listened to Korn all the way home. Have tv on atm for background noise as I'm working on some things on the computer. :)
 
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Jim O'Rourke-Bad Timing (What a hypnotic, beautiful acoustic guitar record) Jim produced Wilco's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, Which I may also thrown on.
 

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I started listening to some of the 80's and 90's music I grew up with throughout the afternoon. Right now:

Pearl Jam - Black

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Nice! Right now?

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Holy fuck, how have I missed this before?! I'm a musician and have played and traveled quite a bit but kind of shrugged them off(an idiotic mistake), but I guess certain music and books come into our lives when we need them most. I'm so happy I'm now able to enjoy all of their badass music.
 

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