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Re: (TV) Your "soul" music
Workbook by Bob Mould. I bought it when very emotionally depressed. Every
time I play it, it takes me back - an makes me realise how much better I
Gosh that was personal!
Husker Du in the car is awesome as well
----- Original Message -----
From: Joe Hartley <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, April 05, 2000 4:47 AM
Subject: Re: (TV) Your "soul" music
> OwenGwilliam@cs.com wrote:
> > If I'm tired, I need something soothing. Joe said "Sofa #1 from OSFA is
> > almost perfect" (he's wrong, it *IS* perfect).
> Nope - it's too short :)
> > And always, Who or Pete Townshend albums never cease to bring a smile
> > my face.
> Back in the days of adolescent angst, Quadrophenia was a regular for me.
> I should burn a copy - I haven't heard it in years! I wonder if it still
> holds up.
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