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  • #26
    This thread is almost as dusty as yall fav dusty divas...
    BEAUTY IS A MUST, TALENT IS A PLUS
    98 - OUT

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    • #27
      Originally posted by aRat View Post
      This thread is almost as dusty as yall fav dusty divas...
      to be honest, there are like five of kinda similar threads opened later, but UKMix isn't the only one recycling familiar concepts
      Waffles are checked cookies

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      • #28
        Originally posted by Plym View Post
        I can't remember what life was like pre-iTunes.
        I know how I feel when I'm around you, I don't know

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        • #29
          Originally posted by RayRay View Post
          There will never be a world without music. Even long before vinyl people were singing and playing instruments.
          But music was a very rare and unusual spectacle in the Middle Ages.
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          • #30
            Originally posted by heppolo View Post
            But music was a very rare and unusual spectacle in the Middle Ages.
            I would probably have been a member of the church choir.
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            • #31
              Originally posted by RayRay View Post

              I would probably have been a member of the church choir.
              Imagine the charts back then. Mozart having half a century at number one.
              Waffles are checked cookies

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              • #32
                I initially thought of these kind of videos


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                • #33
                  I read this book called "The Last" by Hanna Jameson and it's basically a thriller taking place after a nuclear war that destroys pretty much everything in modern society. Surviving human beings don't have access to electricity or transportation anymore and one thing that struck me was how the author described how precious music on devices would be something "rare". Since they didn't have any electricity, the protagonists couldn't charge their phones and one of them had an iPod that she used to play one song on very rare occasions... (I think one song is a Rihanna song, btw)
                  If you have 5 minutes, please check out my song "Alibi" on YouTube.

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