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I'm a big wheel down at the local shoegazing scene. They call me Johnny K. Flange. I was born in the wrong generation...I wish I was born in '99 so I could experience this current generation as a 13 year old.

Johnny K. is the type of guy who will go through your whole team, like Kate Bush eating a tub of ice cream
Step up to this and your future will turn grim, you're like Jeff Buckley going out for a swim
Don't doubt the skill son, if you do that you're dumber than Brian Wilson

"Documentary Logic" is a fallacy that often comes up in arguments about music. Documentaries are often a biased and hyperbolic point of view in history, and shouldn't be taken seriously. No one operates in a vacuum; no single person or group can initiate large movements.

If you are reading this, you might suffer from an addiction to the novelty of downloading music. You might have found that music doesn't excite you anymore, and the only way to get a mental reward is when you hear something that doesn't take influence from something you have already heard. Instead of looking for new experiences in music, you can only focus on the similarities. You are desensitized to music. I would recommend deleting everything besides the music you really love and listen to often. Maybe, just maybe, you will be able to appreciate music again.

You say Aphrodite's Child, I say The George-Edwards Group
You say AMM, I say Nihilist Spasm Band
You say Monks, I say The Bachs
You say Os Mutantes, I say Axe
You say Jefferson Airplane, I say Instant Orange
You say The Residents, I say Little Phil & the Nightshadows
You say France Gall, I say The Children of Sunshine
You say Lee Hazelwood, I say Dave Bixby
You say The Incredible String Band, I say A Cid Symphony
You say The United States of America, I say Stone Harbour
You say Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band, I say Stephen David Heitkotter
You say Brainticket, I say Kennelmus
You say Comus, I say Can Am Des Puig
You say Pere Ubu, I say Debris'
You say Les Rallizes Denudes, I say The Index
You say James Chance & The Contortions, I say Cleaners from Venus
You say Rory Gallagher, I say Bob Desper
You say The Action, I say Pop Music Team
You say Baby Grandmothers, I say The Momes
You say Family, I say C.A. Quintet
You say Can, I say Cold Sun
You say Van Dyke Parks, I say Perry Leopold
You say Serge Gainsbourg, I say Ant Trip Ceremony
You say Lee Perry & The Upsetters, I say Gary Wilson
You say Gryphon, I say These Trails
You say Henry Cow, I say C.A. Quintet
You say R. Stevie Moore, I say Bobb Trimble
You say Goblin, I say Virgin Insanity
You say Christian Vander, I say Danny-Ben Israel
You say Exuma, I say Damon
You say Ry Cooder, I say Bob Theil
You say Red Krayola, I say Y. Bhekhirst
You say Osamu Kitaji, I say Jerry Solomon
You say Amon Duul II, I say Lightdreams
92% of users have turned to unsuccessful commercial albums that had minor critical acclaim. If you are part of the 8% that still listens to real non-commercial artistic recordings, copy and paste this message into your profile. DON'T LET THE SPIRIT OF PRIVATE PRESS RECORDS DIE!!!!!!!

Give me a shout if you're reading this profile in 2012.

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