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System of a Down

Post by lake on Fri Sep 11, 2009 7:52 pm

A group that i really like.

They are excellent in live too.

They split up for the moment.

Carefull to old hears Wink



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Post by popeye on Sat Sep 12, 2009 7:20 pm

Even with my soundsystem off I could hear it. Not my cup of tea (sorry). However a nice act. I prefer Pat Boon or so, but plain engine roaring is the best... drunken

Saying that I state I've never switched on a radio nor CD in my automobile...
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Post by Sprinter__ on Sat Nov 19, 2011 9:09 pm

It seesm that i have been asleep, i have had a look round the site and i keep finding topics i have never seen before .... that are over a year old, how can this be !!!

B.Y.O.B if i remember correctly is a SoaD song. I like it Loud.

I always knew popeye was a little strange, no music in the CAR ....

Currently into skrillex and Dubstep, but i think i am a little old ... my kids think so anyway Rolling Eyes

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Post by Colt on Sun Nov 20, 2011 1:20 pm

I must be older than you as i dont even know what skrillex and dubstep could be Very Happy
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Post by Sprinter__ on Mon Nov 28, 2011 8:02 pm

Type it into youtube, and be prepared to stop it quickly.......It is a bit of a racket if you are not in the correct mood.

On the subject of Mood, i played LFS the other week, for a whole evening, running the FXR with a few people, was a laugh, always last but felt quite nostagic. Especially as i could not rmemeber where any of the keys, settings were. I did have to turn off loads of graphical stuff to get it to work but it was OK.

Didn't see any SCCC Razz .

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Post by atomant on Sat Dec 03, 2011 8:48 am

popeye wrote:Even with my soundsystem off I could hear it. Not my cup of tea (sorry). However a nice act. I prefer Pat Boon or so, but plain engine roaring is the best... drunken

Saying that I state I've never switched on a radio nor CD in my automobile...

OMG it's Poop Daddy.

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Popeye my friend, really good seeing you out here, always had much fun.


We all miss yah and some want to know yah.

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Post by Jamin on Tue Dec 20, 2011 9:00 pm

Sprinter__ wrote:
Currently into skrillex and Dubstep, but i think i am a little old ... my kids think so anyway Rolling Eyes

I'm feeling the dubstep atm, but still mostly dnb.

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