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Old-school D&D Dork. Dice Roll Zine & Hog Town Games Dude. Dad. Metalhead.
Old-school D&D Dork. Dice Roll Zine & Hog Town Games Dude. Dad. Metalhead.

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Another classic Canadian band.

This one always hits me hard...

Basically it's about a mother's young boy dying from a bad heart and going to Fiddler's Green (a sailor's mirthful afterlife) and how he's been so alone and never really knew anyone in life ... but now he won't travel alone for long in Fiddler's Green.

See what I mean? Right in the feels.
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Some classic Canadian rock kicks ass!
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My muckulus is growing patchuluses!
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Take all your six or seven Oasis albums and throw them in the trash bin because they pale in comparison to what The Stone Roses accomplished musically in two records. Fuck you Gallagher brothers, you suck ass!

If the Stone Roses had of been able to hold it together, who knows what amazing music we could have heard in the mid 90s instead of Wonderfuckingwall eight hundred times a day.

The tight grooves and sonic guitar throughout this whole album is just incredible. It's pretty damn close to the best weed smoking music ever. lol
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As New Order, the band went on to greater success and recognition than they did as Joy Division, but their music with Ian Curtis in the lineup just seems so much more edgy, raw, piercing, and sorrowful.

I have to share this whole album, I simply can't pick a song or two. :-)
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The Runaways scared me when I was a wee lad. Seriously. Imagine being like 8 or 9 and your older sister is playing this stuff alongside KISS and Ted Nugent. lol

Of course, once I grew up a bit, I couldn't get enough of the Runaways. :-)
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Amy gets a lot of hate for being a waste case and addict, and all her subsequent troubles leading up to her sad death.

But holy smokes did she have one hell of a soulful voice.

She puts herself down in a lot of her songs, this one included, but I picked it because it's got a fun groove and, well ... she did tell us she was trouble. ;-)
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Lady Gaga does Linda Perry's 4 Non Blondes tune What's Up. Wow.

OK, maybe most of her music is kinda lame, but holy hot damn. If anyone wants to tell me Lady Gaga can't sing ... just take off and shut the hell up. :-)
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This was recorded last year. Damn, Margo Timmins could still sing me into doing absolutely anything.

(I really don't mean that to sound naughty, but yeah I probably do on some level!)
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Among Toronto musicians, The Trinity Sessions is considered like a holy fucking record. I'm sure by musicians elsewhere too.

Margo Timmins just has one of those gorgeous voices that, although fairly muted and controlled in style and tone, just takes you places that other's don't. Simply magical.

Thank you Margo!
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