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typing all that only took several hours [Jan. 30th, 2007|08:17 pm]

if you upload anything on my wants list for me, I'll upload two albums of your choice.

[User Picture]From: eraseableface
2007-02-15 03:10 am (UTC)
Hey there!
I've got Beatles For Sale for ya:


And as for what I want in return...hmmmm...you have quite the list, there. What's on Bob Dylan's Freewheelin? and Modern Times? Cause I have the Essential Bob Dylan, which is like a 2-Disc set of all his greatest songs.

But I know I would for sure love the have David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust, if you don't mind.

Also, here's my list of music I have on this computer:


Though it's nowhere near as impressive as yours...if you want anything, just ask. =)
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[User Picture]From: prince_derik
2007-02-15 04:21 am (UTC)
One, two, three, disco, Ziggy Stardust! http://download.yousendit.com/3C8557647034DF7C

I was so happy when you noticed my icon, I slaved over it in Paint, and then nobody noticed. I love that song, it’s probably my favorite off the first disc of The Wall, and one of my favorite scenes from the film. “Would you like to learn to fly? Would you like to… see me try?” “Next time, fuckers!”

Danke for the Beatles as well. The Dylan albusm havvve
The Freewheeling Bob Dylan-
1. "Blowin' in the Wind" – 2:48
2. "Girl from the North Country" – 3:22
3. "Masters of War" – 4:34
4. "Down the Highway" – 3:27
5. "Bob Dylan's Blues" – 2:23
6. "A Hard Rain's a-Gonna Fall" – 6:55
7. "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" – 3:40
8. "Bob Dylan's Dream" – 5:03
9. "Oxford Town" – 1:50
10. "Talkin' World War III Blues" – 6:28
11. "Corrina, Corrina" (Traditional) – 2:44
12. "Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance" (Dylan, Henry Thomas) – 2:01
13. "I Shall Be Free" – 4:49
Modern Times-
1. "Thunder on the Mountain" – 5:55
2. "Spirit on the Water" – 7:42
3. "Rollin' and Tumblin'" – 6:01
4. "When the Deal Goes Down" – 5:04
5. "Someday Baby" – 4:55
6. "Workingman's Blues #2" – 6:07
7. "Beyond the Horizon" – 5:36
8. "Nettie Moore" – 6:52
9. "The Levee's Gonna Break" – 5:43
10. "Ain't Talkin'" – 8:48
I was wondering if you could upload any of the Gym Class Hero albums for me, I’ve been anxious to hear them, but rather haven’t. Just whichever one you think is the best.
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[User Picture]From: eraseableface
2007-02-16 02:26 am (UTC)
Thank you!

I'm really digging the Ziggy Stardust, man. Thanks a lot.

I've decided I would like Modern Times, please.

Here is your Gym Class Heroes, As Cruel As School Children:


The other album is their earlier album, before this one. Both are good, but I lean more towards Cruel As School Children. I saw them live back in October and they put on such an awesome show! I met them, too, and they are the nicest guys.
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[User Picture]From: prince_derik
2007-02-16 11:19 pm (UTC)
Ziggy Stardust is terrific. Do you want me to upload you Diamond Dogs, also by Bowie? I think that it’s almost equal to Ziggy, and it’s great if you’ve read 1984.

I like Modern Times; it’s his newest I think, just from 2006. I sadly don’t know very much about Bob Dylan’s music apart from those two albums, despite him being a major influence to about half the bands I listen to.
Modern Times- http://download.yousendit.com/0163A50E7EEBADA7

Thank you for the Beatles, I just got a copy of Anthology 1, and I’m re-digging the old stuff. Literally nobody where I live likes The Beatles, and it just blows my mind. The main scene around here is rap/r&b, which I know next to nothing about, save for the music in the Office Space soundtrack.

Ohh, thank you for the Gym Class Heroes as well, I rather like them. I’d love to meet a band after a show. Hell, I would love to go to more shows; I’ve been to upsettingly few. Granted, the few have been huge rock groups, but still. Queen (Sans Freddie Mercury), Bruce Springsteen, The Trans Siberian Orchestra. Also, The Dresden Dolls, which was by far the best.
I’ve also seen The Platters, at least one of the living ones with a backing band. I was the only one in the crowd under 60. I tried to start a mosh pit during “Johnny B. Goode”, but it didn’t take.

Oi, now I’ve written you a few nice little paragraphs *stops myself from continuing*
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[User Picture]From: eraseableface
2007-02-20 05:41 am (UTC)
I know how you feel with the being secluded in your musical tastes thing.
No one in my town even knows who Fall Out Boy are, let alone The Beatles. =|
It's quite ridiculous.
But I lovelovelove the beatles. I just recently got a beatles-related tattoo over the weekend. =)

Thanks for the Dylan! It is much appreciated.

Again, if there's anything else you'd like, just let me know.
I also have a bunch of just random songs that I didn't bother to put on that list.

Oh! I don't know if you're too crazy about the Who, but I just went and saw them in November, and they were great! I wished they had played more old stuff, they played too many songs off their new album for my taste, but other than that, I can safely say that they still got it! haha
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