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Thread: Dissensus' Top 16 Songs of All Time

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    'All Tomorrow's Parties' is the other obvious 'single' from that album, if VU had done anything as vulgur and crass as release singles. The most perfect expression of Nico's stentorian, Teutonic voice. Goth before goth existed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Tea View Post
    The most perfect expression of Nico's stentorian, Teutonic voice. Goth before goth existed.

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    She sounded like a fucking awful person tho. I switched off that Nico 1988 film before the end, so boring

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    Quote Originally Posted by baboon2004 View Post
    She sounded like a fucking awful person tho. I switched off that Nico 1988 film before the end, so boring
    Psycho violent son-fucking racist lunatic, by all accounts.

    Tidy voice tho.
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    Very up for watching films about talented musicians who don't fall into the category of unpleasant people dedicated to the destruction of self and others, and have something else to offer, either docus or films... The Kathleen Hanna one was a good example imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Tea View Post
    Psycho violent son-fucking racist lunatic, by all accounts.

    Tidy voice tho.
    I get why her and Lou Reed might have got along for a while - very talented and as dull-ly hostile as each other.

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    Was Lou Reed "dull"? I've head him called lots of things but not that.

    (That said, I'm sure any given rock star with a massive ego is as tiresome to be around as any other, and we shouldn't really give a free pass to certain of them just because they make cool music that cool people like, in a way that we probably wouldn't for, say, James Hetfield.)
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    Lou Reed just always seemed quite dull to me (Im a big fan of the music btw)It's so easy to be a hostile prick to people when youre considered 'cool'

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    Iggy Pop sets the bar quite high for being not-dull, tbf.
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    I meant to make a mix of the top tunes in Barty's original post, cos I think they are all very good. So just posting to remind myself to do that

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