Mr. McGibblets

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Last Active 05-24-14 5:56 pm
Joined 05-31-12

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10.15.14 Summer of (non-sexual) Exploration 09.24.14 Bringin Da Ruckus
06.27.14 More Vinyl 06.01.14 Drone Recs
05.04.14 Everything New I Listened To In Freshma05.02.14 Why Has It Taken Me This Long To Get In
04.18.14 Female Bassists Are Rad04.17.14 Stuff I've Been Getting Into
04.14.14 Maximum Rocknroll04.08.14 Angry, Pissed Off Recs
03.19.14 Single Recs03.14.14 Tolkien Inspired Bands That Kick Ass
03.12.14 Metal Binge03.11.14 Underplayed And Underappreciated
03.06.14 If You Could Be A Part Of Any Music Sce03.01.14 Top 15 Zeppelin Songs
02.22.14 Best Tv Shows Still On The Air02.14.14 My Bandcamp Collection Ranked
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Depressing Jams Man

Can't sleep, might as well listen to the most depressing albums I own
1Giles Corey

This entire EP just makes me want to lay down and cry until I die from malnutrition
2The Cure
3The Antlers

Sylvia alone makes me shudder just like anything pertaining to Sylvia Plath
4Manic Street Preachers
The Holy Bible
The Mantle

This album is so cold
6John Frusciante
Niandra LaDes and Usually Just a T-Shirt

Frusciante's wails and screams create a somewhat hopeless beauty of an album
7Elliott Smith
Elliott Smith
8Robert Wyatt
Rock Bottom

This album is an insane testament to sadness in regret after Wyatt found out he would never be able to play drums again. Something about this album is surreal
9The Smiths
The Queen is Dead

I know it's over and Never Had No One Ever are a power duo of indescribable sadness
10Lou Reed

The happiest sounding song on here is call Sad Song
11Pink Floyd
The Final Cut

This album is just bleak
12Godspeed You! Black Emperor
F#A# (Infinity)

The soundtrack to the end of the world
13Have a Nice Life
14Talk Talk
Spirit of Eden
15Lou Reed and Metallica
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