#3
no.
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#5
kinda a guilty pleasure, if you asked me in person i'd probably say, "**** no!"
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#6
i got both of their records, but i prefer rancid cause tim is in it, and hes got a better punk rock voice
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#7
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kinda a guilty pleasure, if you asked me in person i'd probably say, "**** no!"



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#8
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.hgytr

is that some uber cool abbreviation for some witty saying?

or hitting the keyboard in rage of what i said..
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#9
Quote by anti
is that some uber cool abbreviation for some witty saying?

or hitting the keyboard in rage of what i said..



i have to have 2 characters if i quote something
so i was like, hey, time to pound my face on the keyboard.
#11
I Love Lars vocals. I don't know why but I do. I Think both their records are fantastic. and they were great live. Anyone else seen them live?
#14
When I was 13 I did. I might still like it now. I doubt it though. My tastes have changed alot from when I was 13. And all the punk rock kids I hang out give me **** about it. But it's ok... they still like Blink 182.
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#15
i like them, they played in derby a while ago. I dont hate rancid either.
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#18
i once met a person who introduce him self as lars and i made some weird crack about his friends being bastards and he was amazed that he knew who they were and then proceded to explain how he and lars have this special thing cause they spat in each others faces.

I quite like them...
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#20
i only have their first stuff.... but what is so bad about them?
I prefer rancid, but yeah
#21
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Wondering the streets of Birmingham, 25 years since Vietnam

really like them only have their self titled though. Really good stuff (y)


Some pulled jobs and some pulled scams. But I'm just doing the best I can.

Seriously though? Did Lars go to Nam? I didn't think he would have been old enough.
#22
Quote by BrianApocalypse
Some pulled jobs and some pulled scams. But I'm just doing the best I can.

Seriously though? Did Lars go to Nam? I didn't think he would have been old enough.


Nope. He was born in '71 I think.
#23
Quote by hardrock1315
Nope. He was born in '71 I think.


isn't one of the lines about his brother going though?

EDIT: 'I lost my wife, lost my job, lost my brother too'

Then again, 'The day I got on the plane was the day I left the war' implies it was him, unless he's writing it from someone else's perspective.
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#25
thats like when sting wrote that song about "summer of '69!" whatever that song was, couldnt possibly be him.
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#26
Or he could just be writing a song about something in the past...

I mean I wasn't alive during the holocaust, but I know what happened.
#27
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thats like when sting wrote that song about "summer of '69!" whatever that song was, couldnt possibly be him.



I thought that was Brian Adams.
#28
i dont, wasnt it something during the first world war?
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#29
haven't heard much of them, but what i have heard is pretty good. lars seems like an awesome guy.
#31
I think to have and to have not blows the **** out of the crappy original. The dumb chorus and good verses suit Lars down to the ground.

I always knew that Billy Bragg's songs were good, he just needed someone decent to sing them.
#33
^ yep. Billy Bragg's political action is awe inspiring.

Bob Dylan couldn't sing, yet he influenced a whole generation.