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    Reunion by M83, retro.
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    Chopin Nocturnes Op 9 No 1
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    "Still. Abominator class; we have a reputation to protect. Fuck me, the others are going to be so jealous!"

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    Locust Abortion Technician ~ Butthole Surfers

    never get sick of it, one of the greatest albums ever made. In fact, they're the greatest band that ever gave me a brown reason to live.

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    Been on a Jethro Tull kick lately. New music just doesn't compare.
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    Saw them as a Festival last year - excellent.
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    Smells Like Teen Spirit by... The Muppets!

    Who would win in a rock drummer contest, Animal or Dave Grohl?
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    Animal every time
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    beethoven's moonlight sonata 1st movement.
    The version of mad mad world form Donnie darko
    Some Smiths and REM.
    My favourite Aunt, admitted to hospital with a suspected bladder infection but what turned out to be late stage cancer just over two weeks ago, died today. I've taken the rest of the week off and am heading up to Dublin tomorrow. Funeral mass is Friday with Burial to follow.
    Didn't want to put this in the "today we died" thread as she's not a famous person.
    the next couple of days will be difficult but at 40 I'm at an age where older family members are starting to go, I just hope I don't get used to it.
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    Sorry about your Aunt. I've had family members "going" since I was about 10 (3 grand parents & several other relatives), so your doing well to consider 40 to the the time to expect it. I don't think the "today we died" thread is just for famous people, feel free to put a few words about your aunt in there too if you like
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    Quote Originally Posted by phazedout View Post
    the next couple of days will be difficult but at 40 I'm at an age where older family members are starting to go, I just hope I don't get used to it.
    Alan
    One of my aunts reached a century and died shortly afterwards.

    When she was ninety nine she told me she wouldn't like to live to a hundred. I pointed out to her that her birthday was less than six months away. She replied in 'light of this fact I've reconsidered and now I'm not so sure'.
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