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"Rhythm of the Rain" by the Cascades: The best bummer song for a rainy summer day - and the epitome of celesta-infused 60's music!
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Some Other Time from The Alan Parsons Project:

Course clear! You got a card.
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that song doesn't have a guitar in it as far as i can tell, but holy s***, it's still metal as f***. i'm gonna have to listen to that album later, my dude

i've been listening to afroman, the guy who did that rap song "because i got high." i remember that when i was a kid, i typed out the lyrics of that song and posted it as a topic on the pointless post palace on mfgg. draco icebane responded to the topic, but i forget what he said. afroman has been making music since before the year 2000, but i only really started listening to his music recently. i don't think i had the capacity to appreciate rap back when i was a kid, but i know for d*** sure i can now relate to a dude who writes funny songs about smoking weed
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So what can be superior when compared with paying out half the price for brand name children?

wow, if brand name children are on sale, maybe i can stop buying all these cheap knockoff children


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OK... even I'll admit that the Oakland Raiders' performance might be a valid reason to use the interesting words.


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I know it's not an MP3 or anything like that, but it is the full FROST album, by Enslaved.


As a side, the first track does seem to have one guitar at least.
If you listen to the droning effect at the very end, this appears to be a bass distortion feedback loop (caused by placing the guitar within close proximity of the amplifier, while the guitar is connected, and the amp is turned up to sufficiently high volume, causing the strings to endlessly vibrate)

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