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    affecting


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    majesty


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    that little flute bit in the first few seconds would be the perfect sample for a grime tune

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    This makes Cool as Ice look amazing, but I still don't think I want to see it. I can imagine Craner watching it. Look at the colours, the surface!


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    It's not a million miles from Purple Rain.

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    The IMDB summary's good:

    A rap-oriented remake of The Wild One (1953), with heavy emphasis on the fact that Vanilla Ice has assumed the Marlon Brando role.


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    Vanilla Ice is fucking hilarious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadmanbarty View Post

    24.14- alkaline- load up

    very beautiful a lot of this music. it's like drill in that respect. a very vulnerable beauty. very meek. it's what drill would sound like if it embraced christ.

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    them ones that's not on Spotify

    forgive me YouTube I have strayed
    Αι ψυχαί οσμώνται καθ΄ Άιδην.

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    Today's Todd is inspired by freezing sunshine.


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    indian-influenced dancehall. bollywood bashment.
























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    Quote Originally Posted by sadmanbarty View Post
    24.14- alkaline- load up

    very beautiful a lot of this music. it's like drill in that respect. a very vulnerable beauty. very meek. it's what drill would sound like if it embraced christ.
    You keep emasculating drill, you lib cuck
    Αι ψυχαί οσμώνται καθ΄ Άιδην.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corpsey View Post
    You keep emasculating drill, you lib cuck
    he's been doing this for years lol, that's why i secretly think he was a goldsmiths dubstep kid.

    anyway my tune of the day



    plastic, saccharine, yet otherworldly and angelic simultaneously. the charm of good disco. no rock authenticity lads. sheer mass produced industrial ecstasy.
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    I respect islamists

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    i had a fervently religious african maths teacher who looked like a black betty boop and had an ass like an easter egg. she was in her 30's but still a virgin ( no sex before marriage). she spent her weekends going on the p12 bus preaching until the driver kicked her off after which she'd wait at the bus stop for the next bus and do the same again. she had visions; christ once visited her (she said he was hot). naturally i wanted to fuck her brains out. in many respects my perfect woman. i'd like to think she was quite taken with me in being her diametric opposite; atheist, a slacker, etc. she was fucking hilarious, ferociously charismatic and had an amazing laugh. he catchphrase was this very guttural, very african "EH!".

    we used to do this thing of asking her what she'd do to this flamboyantly gay boy in 6th form. she'd go full in "eh stop this with your wrist?!" (he had a limp wrist) "eh, what is it with all this 'th th th'?!" (he had a camp lisp).

    anyway i got on really well with her except for when i'd sing this song accompanied with a sexy dance and she'd just glare at me furiously; she was very keen on church.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Corpsey View Post


    them ones that's not on Spotify

    forgive me YouTube I have strayed
    discogs says this was produced by wiley

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