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    My stepdad is a roofer and he once fixed Robert Smiths roof. Proudest moment of his life haha. Apparently he had his hair and makeup all done up but was wearing trackies and a football shirt.



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    i've figured out why even using the internet is intolerable. your entire planet is owned by mobsters.



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    My Grandmother Blind Mary was Very famous in London in her Day. She was on Radio back in the Day, even my primary school teachers were her fans. I was so proud of her when they asked me was Blind Mary Delaney the Singer your Grandmother? I would say yes, how do you know her? They said Everyone who loves the Old Songs Knows Blind Mary, she was a Legend.


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    I am sorry to say I knew nothing about you. A year ago my oldest son passed away. January 29th 2014. I'm having a very difficult time dealing with his loss. Like you he was very gifted and had taught himself music and how to play many different instruments. He loved surprising people with different sounds he could make on his instruments. I found an article he had taken and copied of an interview you gave with an Alan Cummings back in July 29th of 1996. Which he would have turned 40yr. old. That day this year. He loved all forms of music. I never could understand where he was going with his music, but now after finding your article and hearing you play I now feel I understand what he had been trying to tell me. I thank you very much for all the emotions you put in to your concerts and for helping me to finally understand what my beloved Josiah White was going in his own different style. That you had taught him to do. I don't know if you believe in fate? But I think I do, if it had not been for me finding that interview I would still be wondering now. Thanks again so much. I hope you don't feel so lonely anymore? I know Joe always felt that way also. To gifted, to much of a genius. Thanks for listening.

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    A couple of years back I was living in the garage of a friend after I hit rock bottom. I spent my nights on a leather loveseat in a non heated room in the dead of winter, huddled under a stack of cheap blankets. I was hooked on 2001: A Space Odyssey at the time. One night, I had this song playing as I lay in bed drifting to sleep. I was partially awake, dreaming of a flyby of Jupiter, with this in the background. Space was so clear and perfect, the planet shifting its blended colors as I watched from the windows of my ship, careening by at thousands of kilometers per second. In the years since, I have never experienced anything more beautiful, and the memory of that night brings tears to my eyes.


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    there are times when a song or a film is really the only thing tethering you to a wider reality, no matter how spectral that reality might be.

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    gotta be honest I mow my lawn to this and get lost out there. 

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    https://www.discogs.com/Cabaret-Volt...Up/master/1736

    I've owned this album in some shape or form for many years; although I've always liked it, I seem to return to "The Voice Of America" far more often. But I know that some records take a little longer before you finally "get it".

    Six months ago, I would never have imagined that I would ever use the phrase "Music To Receive Chemotherapy To", but that's exactly how I would describe it now. One of the things which annoyed me during my treatment was that I found it increasingly difficult to find suitable music to listen to. I have very broad tastes, and I tried everything from classical, ambient, 50s jazz and 60s psychedelia, to progressive rock, techno, drum & bass, metal and punk. Nothing quite worked, and rapidly became unlistenable.

    But towards the end of my third 5-day hospital admission, I decided to give this a spin. For some bizarre reason, it just worked - I really can't understand why, but chemotherapy is somewhat uncomfortable, worrying, anxiety-inducing and occasionally even frightening: words which could perhaps be used to describe the sounds here.

    I would never wish a cancer diagnosis on anyone, but if you ever find yourself in my situation, give this disc a chance and you may see what I mean!

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    Its like a sermon from a robotic war god thousands of years into the future...


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    Scrolled down under a Wagner video, and was not disappointed:

    Christopher Evans
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    if only supermarkets, department stores, cafes bars and restaurants would play this sublime music, instead of the hedious corrupt degenerate bile they spew out in every corner of modern public life...


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    "Fuckin' chhhoooooon! Original hoover tune, showing the Dutch and Belgium. You don't need a bitch (how can't hold a fucking note) wailing on about nobody can stop us, skies filled with morphic colours of a trancendic mind filled with a waterfall running with sensual warm water uniting us all under her unshaven armpit drenching us in stinky b/o of love. Anyway no woman singing and a breakbeat instead of a 4/4 beat makes the UK the place to get yah! rocks off in between 89-93. Capsules at £20 a pop, Top Buzz on the dex with Mad P chanting on about how Top Will make you feel red???? Drop this, rush comes on and on and on liking a fucking Ariston! Pills, thrills and plenty of missed Sunday dinners, with you Mum smuggling you to your bedroom before your Dad see's what remains of his son. On the way gently reassuring her you only had a few lagers, must be that a had a bad pint eh mum? Top daze and fucking sorted nights. Look at the UK now. Fucking ugly thieving leather and shell suit wearing pikey Romanian gypo's trying to sell you a copper ring, its 22c honest! Whilst you couples one mother fucking ugly kid in her arms, saying 'my baby Capoosky he no well, he no good, capoosky no eat for twenty days!' Fuck off! Britain grow a pair kick em all the fuck back over to France, why not every fucker else has invaded the cheese monkeys. Out of Europe. Rant over top upload."
    this post gave me whiplash
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    Was walking around Honolulu airport really late at night. I walked really far from the main area, and eventually I reached a huge part of the airport where there was like nobody there. Like, it was kinda post apocalyptic. Literally nobody was in this part of the airport. I found it surreal with all the empty seats, the unused payphones, the clear hallways. I took a moment to stop, and just look around me and imagine what this area could have been with people here, the business, the announcements.

    Then I kept walking down the hallway, and discovered an even creepier area that was somehow more surreal. If you have ever been to Honolulu airport, you know that the airport partly is outside, and this is even after security. I found a door going outside to the shuttle buses, so I walked out. It was right there I truly felt alone in the universe. Not a single person around, or even airplanes at the gate. I looked in the distance and saw an airplane hanger, all lit up in the dark of night. Something about that just made me want to start crying, so I started crying in a deserted, outside part of the airport at night. I then walked outside some more, and discovered a waiting room that was completely isolated from the rest of the airport. I went in, and I just started bawling, as if there was supposed to be people here, but all of humanity was exterminated, and was replaced with aliens. I canít really explain why I was crying there, it was like the feeling of complete isolation, kinda like a metaphor for myself. Isolated; you want people there, but nobody is there, hence all the empty seats waiting for people to come. It was also kinda like the earth before humans, all pure and clean, just waiting for someone or something to appear.

    I then started to wonder how far humans have come. We have been able to create a machine capable of flying in the sky, like a bird at hundreds of km an hour, which was a dream 100 years ago or so. Yet, we are not able to reach even outside our own solar system and explore what is truly out there in space. We have big dreams, and sometimes we dream too much.

    Did I also mention that when I had that little existential crisis in the airport I had this song playing quietly, and was really tired, so I was tripping out. I just really love this song.


    I love this song too.

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    YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYES, 13 MINUTES FROM LEICESTER DOING 140MPH AND WE STOPPED AT MAC D'S, back in the day, can still remember floating 3 foot above the ground for 4 hours into the long dark tunnel while shocking out on the top floor



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    Ostriches at 0:13 0:55 0:58 1:22 1:58 2:14 3:09
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    Peter Raps 2 years ago (edited)

    "These lyrics are soooo accurate! I made a detour to pass through Chatteris on my way back from Stansted, just out of curiosity. The place reminds me of that film 'Day of the Triffids' (or was it 'Dawn of The Zombies'?) where everybody walks around the bland, sedate streets with a lifeless/Mogadon expression on their face! Letchworth and Royston are the same. Truly the most depressing and character-less places in Britain. I think they were all previously Quaker towns which explains a lot. If I'd have found myself growing up in Chatteris I reckon I'd have committed suicide before I reached sixteen...."


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