Digging: The War on Drugs - Lost in the Dream
Digging: Tim McGraw - Not a Moment Too Soon
album's gon' suck, yeh.
Digging: Lo-Fang - Blue Film
best band ever, tho.
if ur 12 yea :D
12 at < 3 4evar
bet those times were great but u don't live in your past anymore, you need to live in the present dude create new memories (with better music)!
they say the classics nevre get old, but they do. they do.
but srsly, the only bands that I listened to two years ago and still listen to now are like this band, daft punk, deltron, and eminem.
in short, sputnik destroyed my taste in music.
0% chance this is good.
But SWYA and In Reverie will always be classics, and not just in that longing for my teen years way
I scrolled down really fast as soon as the home page loaded and I thought this was "Sunny Day Real Estate somethin somethin"
wow can't believe the feedback negs this band so hard. there was a moment a few years back when I was 23 or 24 and I really got into their discography. I guess that's a guilty pleasure.
Nah man, can't slow down to in reverie are all pretty darn amazing. And stay what you are is perf.
Can't stand Chris' voice these days. And idk, they just dont seem like any good anymore.
I doubt I'll stop liking any of the stuff I like now because of spunik. I'm willing to bet money on it.
Sometimes you just outgrow music and bands. Sometimes, it's for the better.
But I don't want to outgrow pink Floyd and brand new. :'(
Pink Floyd is old people music. You probably won't outgrow them. But brand new is a def possibility. Most people can't sustain that kind of angst forever.
The album art is cute though
Digging: Audible Silence - Three's Crowd
i like "see you". pop punk and 90s radiorock always sound so nostalgic to me