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90's Record Reviews

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The 90s were definitely an improvement over the mid-80s.

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The 90s were definitely an improvement over the mid-80s.

What, you mean the 70's are over?

:o

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One might wonder where bands like Pearl Jam, Smashing Pumpkins, Live and dozens more are.

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in all truth, i find these topics idiotic. i mean, who cares about the 70s, 80s, 90s? well apart from Sir Dude-a-lot whose bad taste includes EVERYthing in order to up his sperm, i mean spam count or whatever. :)

ps, normally i wouldn't have commented but i'm trying to wake up here and get ready.

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in all truth, i find these topics idiotic. i mean, who cares about the 70s, 80s, 90s? well apart from Sir Dude-a-lot whose bad taste includes EVERYthing in order to up his sperm, i mean spam count or whatever. :)

ps, normally i wouldn't have commented but i'm trying to wake up here and get ready.

What the fuck are you blabbering about? Get some coffee in your system, already :)

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lol

I suppose she's suggesting your split personality is filling the holes in the community.

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lol

I suppose she's suggesting your split personality is filling the holes in the community.

trust me, she doesnt want to go there--if someone questions my personal taste, I'm far worse than Ken is on Tuesdays :lol: To each their own and then some

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I would sure like to see a 90s revival to erase some of the pain of the last 10 years.

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all these scores have an essence and perfection that is unique. All have a unique aura and a true resemblance to the eternity. there is no need of any discussion or quarrel in this matter because the maestros of the 70, 80 or 90 have done an excellent job.

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all these scores have an essence and perfection that is unique. All have a unique aura and a true resemblance to the eternity. there is no need of any discussion or quarrel in this matter because the maestros of the 70, 80 or 90 have done an excellent job.

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