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Date Posted: 15:01:42 09/14/06 Thu
Author: Mike
Author Host/IP: ool-44c72234.dyn.optonline.net / 68.199.34.52
Subject: I hear ya, I'm not into rock music anymore...I mean, I love RHCP and all the others just as much, but in terms of buying new CDs, I go into jazz, funk, blues, etc. It's a natural progression. I'm jamming to Sun Ra and Tom Ze right now. Most new rock isn't very good, even the indie scene which has cool bands like The Dirtbombs, Lightning Bolt, Deerhoof, and even Gogol Bordello has cooled down.
In reply to: see? 's message, "rhcp used to live in the 10th floor inside my head. unbeatable. eternal. funky monks used to be my bible. now i don't know what to think. maybe jesus turned himself into a popcorn maker or something like that." on 20:47:02 09/12/06 Tue


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