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  1. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/video/cindy-williams-star-of-laverne-shirley-dies-at-75-thr-news/&ved=2ahUKEwjPu-rJvvj8AhUUZTABHeuaClUQ0PADKAB6BAgSEAE&usg=AOvVaw069VzP2bjSxO4mYF57HTrP Certain I probably had a crush on her as a teenager. Laverne and Shirley was a funny show. Lenny and Squiggy. Lol Some good laughs. Thanks Mrs. Williams. Hope to see ya later.
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  2. Is everything ok? You're listening to a band people have heard of 😄
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  3. It seems we are losing actors/musicians we grew up with so fast lately.. Laverne and Shirley was a funny show RIP Cindy
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  4. King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - Laminated Denim King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - Changes (Finally finished the gauntlet!) Chicago - Chicago VII Steven Wilson - Live at Royal Albert Hall Steven Wilson - Hand Cannot Erase
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  5. In all seriousness, I was really in the mood for R.E.M. this week, so I decided to dive into their whole catalogue again. There's just so many bands I listen to. I'm sure I'll get around to some other old favorites soon
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  6. I think something's wrong with me 😂
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  7. Now then my little banana, my little fruit salad, I can wait for you no longer. You must be mine utterly.
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  9. Only one of those records has "The Prophet's Song" on it.
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  10. Did you see that they have a new live album "Werewolves of London," coming out in a couple weeks? It's apparently from 1998. Only You Can Rock Me is available for streaming now.
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  11. So, how do we tell whether she is made of wood?
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  12. I think there should be more race prejudice. Less race prejudice.
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  13. I haven't had enough of the permissive society.
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  14. Sh! Mr blackhawk, what is your attitude toward censorship in a public library?
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  16. Especially if it's something like 'The Sound of Music'.
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  17. Seen Ozzy many times. Thanks for all the great music. As an aside, I wonder if Priest will do a headline tour in the UK now?
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  18. I'm not a fan of Queen and have never changed my position on them. At least I know how to stand my ground 😄
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  19. Yes, all right, all right ... but, uh, only if I can watch.
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  20. In "Laverne & Shirley", and "Happy Days", she was hilarious. I was a daily, and regular watcher of both "Laverne & Shirley", and "Happy Days" t.v. series' shows. She will be missed, and remembered. My condolences, and sympathies, to her family, and friends. R.I.P., Cindy.
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  21. R.E.M. - Document R.E.M. - Green R.E.M. - Out Of Time (Vinyl) R.E.M. - Automatic For The People (Vinyl)
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  22. Mind if we call you 'Bruce' to keep it clear?
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  23. I've been giving them a try recently and this is the only album I like start to finish. Everything else is 50/50 with me or just flat out weird like The 2nd Law.
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  25. Johann Gambolputty de von Ausfern -schplenden -schlitter -crasscrenbon -fried -digger -dangle -dungle -burstein -von -knacker -thrasher -apple -banger -horowitz -ticoleensic -grander -knotty -spelltinkle -grandlich -grumblemeyer -spelterwasser -kürstlich -himbleeisen -bahnwagen -ggutenabend -bitte -eine -nürnburger -bratwustle -gerspurten -mit -zweimache -luber -hundsfut -gumberaber -shönenddanker -kalbsfleisch -mittler -raucher von Hautkopft of Ulm.
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  26. Oh forget him! What's your name, deary?
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  27. Physical Graffiti is really good but I wouldn't rank it that high.
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  28. It depends upon whether or not your alarm is set to Sonny and Cher. Cheap Trick - Oh Claire
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  29. Mr. Luxury Ibanez, this nose of yours is false. It's made of polystyrene. Your own hooter's a beaut.
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  30. Pretenders/Middle OfThe Road ... I have a conundrum ... should I go to bed at my usual time just "after midnight" and have a restful sleep OR, should I "stay awake all night" so I can surpriZe (poach) the Does (as in deers ... female deers) that are trashing my shrubbery? J/K ... next winter, they can literally eat cake or ... or freeze dried petunias. I am going to rebuild the flower bed just to piss off the neighbors who have/had pets that shat in my yardage and coocookachoo over nature. haha! Love, Rantawayoff
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  31. Well, we did do the nose. And the hat.
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  32. Man, I don't know. So many in the LZ fandom (to which I've belonged for decades, to be sure) seem to view PG as the band's apex. But for me, I prefer I, II, III, IV, HotH, and Presence. On some days I prefer ITTOD. Like bluefox said, it's Zep at their noodling worst. Most of it is meh. "Ten Years Gone" is a top 5, tho
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  33. Oh, I can't take him like that -- it's against regulations!
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  34. Is there life after death? And here to discuss it are three dead people...The late Sir Brian Hardacre, the late Professor Thynne and the very late Simon Ibanez.
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  35. Soundgarden is the only one I'm 100% behind. Good cases can be made for several others. Soundgarden and Alice In Chains were the most grungy of the well known grunge bands. I'd say Pearl Jam was more straight forward rock, and Nirvana alt/post-punk. Past that none of the other grunge bands were as influential, well known enough, or lacked longevity to ever get in, so those are the likely 4 that will get in over time. Chris Cornell had Audioslave and some solo success, died tragically, and was (as far as I know) viewed favorably by most in the music biz. Matt Cameron also successfully carries on with Pearl Jam. Their influence extends past the recordings.
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  36. Love Ozzy and his music. I think we'll hear more music from him. My last time seeing Ozzy and Sabbath. I've seen the band a few times ( Ozzy version only ) and when they were in their peak. Great memories.
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  37. Saw him once, really enjoyed the show. I remember it being a very short show (maybe 70 minutes) It was the first album, he played a couple of tracks from the yet to be released Diary of a Madman album (Believer and Flying High Again iirc) was one of the loudest shows I've ever attended. I saw the bass moved my jean jacket, and my ears were ringing for the next couple of days. Such a great band Sarzo/Rhoads/Aldridge and Airy I think
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  38. "I cant effen believe you guys effen made it heeeere! Said Ozzy on Good Friday 2014 ... Saskatoon standing room only WHITE KNUCKLER to the show and I have a t-shirt to prove it. Quite an adventure! Wishing Mr. Osborne safe travels in the future and THANKS!
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  39. I just returned from a class where we were teaching winter survival stuff to college aviation students - a two month long annual affair. After shelter building and discussing how they will be outside and cutting down trees and such, the next topic was signals. They need to learn how to signal to aircraft to improve rescue times and shorten the time spent waiting for said rescues. I introduced the next topic of signals - different types of sound, reflective, ground signal fires, etc. I said "so the next topic is signals." ..."Not only is Signals a great Rush album, we need to know the basics of..." There were a couple of chuckles, but most are too young to understand. Talking to them in groups outside, I always mention Rush as an icebreaker - more and more, it's "My dad is (this or that)" but not the students. Sigh. But I loved that I could sneak that in to get a sense of musical tastes!
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  40. Brilliant writing by Harold Ramis and Danny Rubin. Wonderful acting by Bill Murray and the entire cast. Phil Connors never aged, and neither did this excellent film. Andie MacDowell is still not returning my calls..... *SIGH* I am a god, not The God....I don't think. -- Phil Connors
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  41. I’d like a remaster/remix of this. It’s very loud mix is one of the only things that keeps it below Abso for me most days.
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  42. Sky Movies think they are so funny every year, repeating Groundhog Day all day. It`s definitely a film that you can pop in and see five random minutes of and be amused by, such is the quality of the writing and acting in practically every scene. Stephen Tobolowsky is the highlight of the film for me.
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  43. New 18-minute single off their album out in March. Sounds a lot like Rush. Killer stuff
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  44. I missed this thread when it was active. And also when it was re-activated.... and it's taken a while for news to filter down to the US, eh? A friend recently tipped me off on this band and I've been checking out their stuff. Very cool! Obvious Rush influence; though I think they make it uniquely their own. The singer/drummer's voice definitely reminds me of Cedric's (The Mars Volta) and that dude from Greta Van Fleet (The song "Sun Dance" is an overt Zeppelin reference...) It's a strange thing with young bands that so overtly wear their influences - but I feel ok with the Rush-yness of this one. Because it's a duo, they can't try to reproduce a Freewill-like whole band solo - so, they almost have to be more creative. Also, they are not "Shredders" so they can't fall into the trap that so many Rush "Tribute" type bands do - with excessive wanketry. This gives their songs a more organic feel - not a Berklee grad tying to create the most insane 11/8 band solo wank-off - but capture the classiness of Rush songs. (contrary to what some may think, Rush was never about excessive shredding!) As for the drum sound, I'm not that bothered by it - in fact, it better captures Neil's early concert tom sound than Neil did with his "El Darko" kit! I will always prefer the sharp attack of the Tamas on "Moving Pictures" to the overly-resonant round sound of the DW's in the later works... to me, his drum sound is somewhere in-between but definitely more attack with the higher pitched toms.
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