The Good Ol' Days (Memory Lane)
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21-02-2013, 10:50 AM
The Good Ol' Days (Memory Lane)
Not that life is bad now, of course. But every now and then, it's nice to revisit the good ol' days. The days of pad-locks on your bedroom door (to keep those meddling parents at bay) and band posters on the walls. Your room was your sanctuary; where you and the music intertwined in an almost spiritual copulation between mind and sound. It was a time of musical experimentation; when life's responsibilities were next to nil, and all that mattered was the next soul-stirring note and heartfelt lyric. For me, this was around the late '90s and early-to-mid 2000's. Ahh, they were good times. Good times indeed. Yes


















(On second thought, let's pretend that last one didn't happen)












(That one's for all the assholes I went to school with. Fuck you: Edwin, Sammy, Jacob, Robbie, and you too Coach Curl) Big Grin

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21-03-2013, 09:35 PM
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21-03-2013, 10:58 PM
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Yes, I will admit that "Down in a Hole" was the theme song for my pubescent years. Chris Cornell is also a god from my youth.

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