OK, w/ a title like that you think I'm watching/listening? I think not.
Oh. So that's what Paul McCartney's brother's band sounded like. Now we know.Capcha invites us all to dance around the birpole.
It was a part of my quest to actually listen to the things in my iTunes library.Only 16,000 songs to go. Or thereabouts.
Jeezus. How does that even happen? I have just under 9 gigs of music, every song of which I know and like and can very likely sing along with.If I'm looking for new stuff there's pandora, last.fm, Big R, Songza and etc. But when I go to the iPod, I like to know I'm going to, you know, ENJOY the experience. How do you even acquire thousands of unfamiliar songs? Do you write a script that finds mp3 files and downloads them at randumb? 'Cause that just seems like an odd use for the platform...
Jeezus. How does that even happen? I have just under 9 gigs of music, every song of which I know and like and can very likely sing along with.That song is from my Usenet wanderings and a collection of "psychedelic" hits.Whoops, not supposed to mention Usenet.
See, this is the psychic detonation of the internets. That song is soooo ingrained in those of us of a certain age, here. It is probably quite injurious to ones health to go here and see what I mean. Watch the video if you dare.Capcha says it's glyouss
I am impressed that you survived the bloodbaths following its release.
Bad times my friends, bad times. When you could trust no one and did not know where ones next record would come from.
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