Re: PM:X2 Thorsday Soundoff - 4 April


Author:Russ
Date:2019-04-04 16:37:35
Edited:2019-04-04 16:39:00
In Reply To:PM:X2 Thorsday Soundoff - 4 April by Brian Taylor
Views:148
Nice list. I checked out the Vermithrax a few months ago and really liked it.

This week I listened to
Billboard top 100 songs for 1968 (songs 50-100... who knew the Bee Gees had a hit in 68?)
Billboard top 100 songs for 1969 - noticeable improvement in recording quality.
Billboard top 100 songs for 1970 (am currently in the 30s. What's surprising is how many Jackson 5 singles were in the top 20. There are at least four, if not five songs in the top 20 for the year. This is pretty suprising. The Monkees had four top 100 songs in 67, and a few others had a couple, maybe three in the top 100... but Jackson 5 dominated that year like few other artists. Then again, this is the first year they appeared in the list. The Beatles had at least one hit, and often more, every year, so far.)

Onslaught - VI... top tier thrash.

Ratt - OOTC - Yeah, I know. I was driving, and my thumbdrive has well over 6,000 songs from the Billboard top 100 lists. It wasn't what I wanted, but it also wasn't a four-minute single from 1975, either.


Margaret Atwood's Masterclass. Not bad. And now I know to search Shakespeare Original Pronounciation on Youtube to get the skinny on all the vulgar jokes that most people don't get. That alone makes this course worthwhile.

The Rich Elect; The Poor Vote.

“Whenever someone starts quoting the bible, I know they’re full of shit. People only bring out that goddammed thing when they want to justify immoral behavior."

"You sound like a fuckin' Hemingway."
"Fuck you, asshole."
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