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This is a discussion on Music within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; that doesn't even compare to the barbie and ken flash....now that shiz was freagin awsome...it was a good thing i ...

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    that doesn't even compare to the barbie and ken flash....now that shiz was freagin awsome...it was a good thing i saw it...relieved some of my stress before this exam tomorrow....teehee

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    ok and that said im walking away from this thread....EW

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    >>ok and that said im walking away from this thread....EW

    its you with the dirty mind..hehe...I was being serious...hehe...really I freagin laghed my ars off when watching it....and we all know that laughter is the best stress reliever.

    BTW sorry for the spelling in this reply....

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    what reply? oops, i did it!

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    I would just like to congratulate RoD on his 5000'th post....what a spam filled journey it was....whew

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    Quick, call the mods to move his threads to the special area that doesn't count

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    i dont spam, i deep fry. I wasnt keeping track till axon aim'd me making this big deal about it.

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    >>I like the harder rock stuff.
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    >>2. Van Halen- The Best of Van Halen, Vol 1.

    LOLOLOLOL
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    http://www.shoutcast.com

    I usually listen to Chronix Agression, Megarock Radio, and any of the DIGITALLY IMPORTED stations.

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    Various new age and alternative rock as well as soundtracks from movies and anime.
    My best code is written with the delete key.

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    Usually light stuff I can ignore. Jazz, ambient techno, or any CD I've heard a thousand times before. The soundtrack to the game Grim Fandango is perfect for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrakkenKorin
    >>I like the harder rock stuff.
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    >>2. Van Halen- The Best of Van Halen, Vol 1.

    LOLOLOLOL
    You do realise I mean hard as in a technical standpoint? I'm a guitar player. My harder is different than your harder.
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    I generally listen to dance and 80s pop when coding. I have to prevent myself from listening to my rock operas and theme albums as it gets too damned distracting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZakkWylde969
    You do realise I mean hard as in a technical standpoint? I'm a guitar player. My harder is different than your harder.
    Ahem ill make no further comment, actually it speaks for its self.
    What does that make a drummer though i never relly thought i was involved in my old band untill the sweat dripped off my nose and i was in danger of losing the stix into the crowd

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    I lcurrently am listening to a playlist featuring:

    The Flower Kings - Space Revolver [whole album]
    The Flower Kings - Stardust We Are [certain tracks]
    Spiral Architect - Sceptic's Universe

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