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PostPosted: August 8 19, 2:13 pm 
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Gashouse wrote:
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Nirvana Unplugged- I may just ruin this for you. The guitar sounds terrible. Like the strings aren't held down hard enough.



Oddly enough, I listened to this again recently and was loving it. Was thinking about putting it in the other thread.


I’m a fan as well. The man from Portland May be correct about it musically, i dunno. For me, the tone just works. Late night stuff.


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PostPosted: August 8 19, 2:22 pm 
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Ska's definitely forgettable, but i'd be lying if i said i don't revisit No Doubt, Less Than Jake, Reel Big Fish, Sublime, and Rancid every now and then.


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PostPosted: August 8 19, 2:22 pm 
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thrill wrote:
I listened to Release on repeat while walking my dog for like an hour after the US was dq'd from World Cup qualification. It was very therapeutic.


Hold on hold on hold on. Didn't I lose an argument to you and others in which I was forced to admit that every toddler in Seattle who ever mashed some keys on a piano was better than Pearl Jam?


lukethedrifter wrote:
Gashouse wrote:
BottenFieldofDreams wrote:

Nirvana Unplugged- I may just ruin this for you. The guitar sounds terrible. Like the strings aren't held down hard enough.



Oddly enough, I listened to this again recently and was loving it. Was thinking about putting it in the other thread.


I’m a fan as well. The man from Portland May be correct about it musically, i dunno. For me, the tone just works. Late night stuff.


I try not to be snob. It's a great album, but for me it's now like hiking with a pebble in your boot. Really, I used to listen to it all the time, even as a bit of a hater.


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PostPosted: August 8 19, 2:23 pm 
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Everyone who went through a 90s ska phase, raise your hands!

Ska Mania '98 (Christian ska, bay-beeee!) veteran right here. Fell on my head surfing the pit and had to go outside for some air. The trombone player from Five Iron Frenzy felt bad for me and let me check out their tour bus.


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PostPosted: August 8 19, 2:46 pm 
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Ha. The benefits of being old. Second wave ska is definitely worth revisiting.


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PostPosted: August 8 19, 2:47 pm 
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BottenFieldofDreams wrote:
thrill wrote:
I listened to Release on repeat while walking my dog for like an hour after the US was dq'd from World Cup qualification. It was very therapeutic.


Hold on hold on hold on. Didn't I lose an argument to you and others in which I was forced to admit that every toddler in Seattle who ever mashed some keys on a piano was better than Pearl Jam?


lukethedrifter wrote:
Gashouse wrote:
BottenFieldofDreams wrote:

Nirvana Unplugged- I may just ruin this for you. The guitar sounds terrible. Like the strings aren't held down hard enough.



Oddly enough, I listened to this again recently and was loving it. Was thinking about putting it in the other thread.


I’m a fan as well. The man from Portland May be correct about it musically, i dunno. For me, the tone just works. Late night stuff.


I try not to be snob. It's a great album, but for me it's now like hiking with a pebble in your boot. Really, I used to listen to it all the time, even as a bit of a hater.


I get it.


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PostPosted: August 8 19, 4:50 pm 
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PostPosted: August 8 19, 5:40 pm 
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go birds wrote:
Ska's definitely forgettable, but i'd be lying if i said i don't revisit No Doubt, Less Than Jake, Reel Big Fish, Sublime, and Rancid every now and then.


I mostly avoided strait ska for many years, until several months ago I started listening to Reel Big Fish again. And it was great.


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PostPosted: August 8 19, 7:40 pm 
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[expletive]in' asinine


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PostPosted: August 8 19, 10:06 pm 
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Eric Clapton Unplugged.


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