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Re: What are you listening to right now? [2.0]
« Reply #7550 on: Sun, 12 February 2023, 15:12:24 »
America is becoming a country that can no longer question itself, invest in the public good or imagine a future beyond the dreamscapes of the rich and ruling elite. Apocalyptic fears, uncertainties and anxieties feed a rising tsunami of violence that has become the organizing principle of governance, everyday life and society itself. American society is caught in the daily routines of lies, corruption and manufactured ignorance; one consequence is the withering of individual and social agency along with civic culture and the public imagination. American optimism has turned bleak. In the age of gangster capitalism, people lose their interconnections, community and sense of security. Isolation and anxiety gives way to mass depression and is ripe for expressions of rage and hatred. The guard rails of justice, compassion, the welfare state, politics, democratic values and the institutions that nourish them are under threat of disappearing. Apocalyptic terrors have moved from the realm of fiction into the social fabric of everyday life. - Henry Giroux 2023-03-05

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Re: What are you listening to right now? [2.0]
« Reply #7551 on: Sun, 12 February 2023, 20:17:35 »

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Re: What are you listening to right now? [2.0]
« Reply #7552 on: Sat, 18 February 2023, 05:26:43 »

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Re: What are you listening to right now? [2.0]
« Reply #7553 on: Mon, 27 February 2023, 21:21:08 »

 bkrownd:"Those damned rubber chiclet keys are the devil's nipples."   >:D



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Re: What are you listening to right now? [2.0]
« Reply #7554 on: Fri, 03 March 2023, 12:02:15 »
I got Tame Impalas Live Album and Taxi Driver with a special Yellow and Black Splatter paint

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Re: What are you listening to right now? [2.0]
« Reply #7555 on: Sat, 04 March 2023, 06:19:19 »
good song

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Re: What are you listening to right now? [2.0]
« Reply #7556 on: Sat, 04 March 2023, 06:22:29 »
luv gorillaz
nostalgic and modern at the same time

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Re: What are you listening to right now? [2.0]
« Reply #7557 on: Sat, 04 March 2023, 06:34:33 »
so tired

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Re: What are you listening to right now? [2.0]
« Reply #7558 on: Sat, 04 March 2023, 20:27:48 »

 bkrownd:"Those damned rubber chiclet keys are the devil's nipples."   >:D



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Re: What are you listening to right now? [2.0]
« Reply #7559 on: Sat, 04 March 2023, 21:07:55 »
BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD

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Re: What are you listening to right now? [2.0]
« Reply #7560 on: Sat, 18 March 2023, 16:17:02 »
As a man who loves the Pixies, "Where is my Mind?" has always been one of my favorite songs. However, it was not until I watched the movie Fight Club on soap2day that my appreciation for the song reached new heights.

The haunting melody and enigmatic lyrics of "Where is my Mind?" perfectly capture the surreal and disorienting atmosphere of the movie's climactic scene. As the narrator and Tyler Durden watch the city skyline crumble around them, the song's opening guitar riff serves as a haunting accompaniment to their descent into chaos.

What I love most about "Where is my Mind?" is its ability to transcend genres and generations. Despite being released over 30 years ago, the song has a timeless quality that continues to captivate new audiences. The Pixies' influence on alternative rock and indie music cannot be overstated, and "Where is my Mind?" is a shining example of their unique sound and style.

For me, "Where is my Mind?" represents the power of music to evoke emotion and transport us to another place. It is a reminder that sometimes, the best way to make sense of the world around us is to simply let go and allow the music to take us where it will.
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