#1
it was like progressive dad rock or something
album had two dudes faces w/ colors and stuff in the shape of heart on a white background (edit: illustrated)
song had "love" or something equivalent in it's titled
male vocalist
guitars and stuff
cheesy i think

figured you all would know based on the album cover
i can't remember whether i liked it or not and now it's really bugging me
i don't know why i feel so dry
Last edited by Eastwinn at May 6, 2015,
#3
is it possibly this




otherwise i'll keep looking
it's all just coming back
it's all coming back

it's all coming back to me
#5
nope not that

wasn't hall and oates cause i'd have figured that out
i don't know why i feel so dry
#9
Is it by Love?

EDIT: yes it is apparently
A poem.
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#10
Quote by Eastwinn
wasn't hall and oates cause i'd have figured that out

nice

this is now a hall & oates thread




#14
dread: no

chrismanchurian: i wouldn't say so

mint: <3 if my mom were here she'd say "nice"
i don't know why i feel so dry
#18
Quote by Eastwinn
chrismanchurian: i wouldn't say so

Relative to people in our age group, it is. Other than Fall Out Boy, Brand New, Wu-Tang Clan, and Yellowcard, I've never found you to be a fan of music that isn't obscure or really unknown. What was middle school like?

*everyone chats about the new blink-182 record
Eastwinn: "Yeah, but what about Knapsack?"
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#19
tbf knapsack isn't really that obscure i mean cellophane had a music video




#20
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tbf knapsack isn't really that obscure i mean cellophane had a music video

Mendiola's law: If it wasn't on TRL or played at Journey's in middle school, it's obscure.

I don't know if Canada has these, and I don't know what the equivalents would be.
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Last edited by chrismendiola at May 6, 2015,
#21
Quote by chrismendiola
Mendiola's law: If it wasn't on TRL or played at Journey's in middle school, it's obscure.

I don't know if Canada has these, and I don't know what the equivalents would be.

we had much on demand and west 49 LOL




#22
"effortless" had a video too. besides the awful jump cuts, they were pretty cool.
knapsack has gained popularity because the internet loves them.
they might be a tad obscure but they're very accessible.

Quote by chrismendiola
Relative to people in our age group, it is. Other than Fall Out Boy, Brand New, Wu-Tang Clan, and Yellowcard, I've never found you to be a fan of music that isn't obscure or really unknown. What was middle school like?

*everyone chats about the new blink-182 record
Eastwinn: "Yeah, but what about Knapsack?"


like this if you still listen to real music in 2015 XD

i think i just haven't been posting especially popular things. i am listening to an 80s pop station right now tbh

speaking of which, i listen to the smiths so much that i hate myself

speaking of i hate myself,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBB5tmnpJN4
i don't know why i feel so dry
#24
don't be too proud of yourself

it's pretty obvious
i don't know why i feel so dry
#25
Quote by Dreadnought
totally had you pinned as a Smiths fan

I said the same thing in the Topsters thread.
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#27
My dads brother went to school with hall and Oates

I'm gonna listen to she's gone now.
#29
it aint that good dr suessicide i mean of all the proper sadboy references the mans makes on the reg that prob wouldnt even crack the top 64 just keeping it real here