Jared H. ^_^

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Last Active 05-27-15 2:17 am
Joined 08-22-13

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musical taste

Currently Digging:
Faith No More

favorite bands

Recent Tracks:

Red Hot Chili Peppers Salute To Kareem
The Jimi Hendrix Experience House Burning Down
Frank Zappa Drafted Again
The Beatles Please Mr. Postman
Primus Pudding Time
Primus The Toys Go Winding Down
Primus The Air Is Getting Slippery
Radiohead I Can't
Ulver Son of Man
Coil The Anal Staircase
Most Played:

1) Ween 3628 plays
2) Frank Zappa 3325 plays
3) Radiohead 2250 plays
4) Nine Inch Nails 2122 plays
5) PJ Harvey 1966 plays
6) Soundgarden 1950 plays
7) Red Hot Chili Peppers 1736 plays
8) Pixies 1683 plays
9) The Beatles 1675 plays
10) The Smashing Pumpkins 1568 plays
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  • dannyboy89 Yeah, the Jewish girl in IB and Uma Thurman in KB (also an interesting role in Pulp Fiction). I started watching JB yesterday, looks sweet, and I've yet to see Death Proof.
    May 27 12:58 AM
  • dannyboy89 Given that you love Tarantino movies, there's a couple things about his style I'd like to discuss. First, it's interesting to note that Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, and Inglorious Basterds all start with a table conversation. Second, Pulp Fiction, the Kill Bill films, and Inglorious Basterds are all divided in chapters. Any other common threads you've noticed in Tarantino movies?
    May 26 11:21 PM
  • Angelboros That and The Pod are the only two albums I have left to Czech. To be honest, at one point, I tried listening to GodWeenSatan all the way through - but gave up for some reason. Probably wasn't in the mood.
    May 25 03:16 PM
  • SharkTooth A bit too murky eh?
    May 25 02:05 PM
  • SharkTooth OMG u finally checked something by P-Funk!
    May 25 01:06 PM

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