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Topic - Oh yeah, forgot about that
Posted: 10 Jun 2020 at 10:48pm By Vim Fuego
Originally posted by Unitron Unitron wrote:

^I'd definitely quit too if the only things I had that I hadn't listened to in a while were Kiss and Green Day albums (Though unfortunately I'll have to get around to re-listening to the few Green Day albums I have, not expecting to enjoy those as much as I did when I was 13 lol) I haven't listened to Morgoth in a while, and when I did it was only once. I remember really liking them when I listened to them but can't remember a thing about them.

Originally posted by Unitron Unitron wrote:

Definitely holds up. The Tempest is just such a fantastic song, that's never left my playlist. It's funny though how my feelings about certain songs have flipped though. Listening to it again, Visions was one of my favorites, when it used to be one of my least favorites. On the flipside, The Other Side used to be a favorite, but didn't like it as much this time around. Overall though it's a really good album to get a rock fan into electronic music or an electronic fan into rock music, obviously must've worked for me to a degree.

The same brother who gave me the Green Day and Kiss etc. also gave me some Pendulum to try. It wasn't really my thing.

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