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11-02-2013, 01:13 PM
Story of the Year




All we need is a reason, to stop being greedy and figure out wtf we are doing with this world. I wouldn't be surprised if we go extinct relatively soon. I tend to get obsessed with songs, like overly obsessed... I have listened to this one around 13 times in a row now, and still going. When I find a song that hits home for me I can listen to it practically non-stop for a couple days. Anyone else do this?

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11-02-2013, 04:42 PM
RE: Story of the Year
Wicked song! I also love "Until the Day I Die" from SOTY. And yes, I very easily do that. I try not to "over-listen" a song because I don't ever want to get tired of listening to it but if its a great tune, it is, indeed, hard to resist!

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14-02-2013, 10:29 PM
RE: Story of the Year
(11-02-2013 04:42 PM)Lucius Wrote:  Wicked song! I also love "Until the Day I Die" from SOTY. And yes, I very easily do that. I try not to "over-listen" a song because I don't ever want to get tired of listening to it but if its a great tune, it is, indeed, hard to resist!
Just listened to that one, can't say I like it. I typically don't restrain myself when I want to listen to a song over and over, haha. Still listening to this one a lot Yes

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15-02-2013, 09:15 AM
RE: Story of the Year
I do that quite often, yes.

This is my latest:



I love the Epic Score albums. Most songs are pretty decent, but then I come across one that's really, really good and I can't stop listening to it. In the car; when I'm working out; when I'm just sitting at the computer; any time I have music on.

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