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Date Posted: 13:24:38 09/11/06 Mon
Author: hum?
Author Host/IP: 204158.rjo.virtua.com.br / 200.179.204.158
Subject: rock and roll is only for the kids

i'm a music lover since i was 4, loving rock n' roll with more love than any other musical way. but now i'm feeling that i'm kinda getting out of this. you know, almost everything in this little rock universe is very predictable, repetitive... is "made for kids" a bad sentence? don't you feel anything like this?

yeah, i think i'm becoming an adult. i don't know what to think about it. ahahaha!!! but i really don't want to face nonsense screams and ciclic chords. no more verse chorus verse chorus solo chorus chorus.

sometimes i think only real funk music can save the world.

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