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Your sword did not cut deep enough

This time I'll post only what I'm actually listening right now.



I have periods of social disconnection, it's a part of me that I need and keenly embrace. I'll still log in and read news and threads during those times, but I won't be (very) active on the site, so I apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause (late answers, bumps or the like).

Also...

Please, feel free to correct my English.

probably my favorite 2020 album of what was an amazing year for music, after more than 5 years of cheap-unfeeling music

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_kEGStUtBZL5dTF-R1hOOzFwXGSNECsyOk

love the fact that many rare and hard to find songs are posted, there are so many hidden gems in modern music, I'll listen to them when I get the chance :)



don't mind my username, that was more than 10 years ago, I'm a different person now, amazing how people change ^_^



Stwike him, Centuwion. Stwike him vewy wuffly! (Pontius Pilate, "Life of Brian")
A fart without stink is like a sky without stars.
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I've been feeling very Canadian lately. Maybe it's the winter:



Well, since Alby already legitimized italian music anyway....

I've never really listend to Battiato's music until quite recently (although he's considered an essential italian popular artist) but now I fell in love with it.



Listening to Italian music led me to Paganini (Caprice No. 24) and Vivaldi (La Follia, La Stravaganza), which led me to... Stravaganzza and their song Hijo de la luna, which is a cover of the original composed by Mecano. The original is more beautiful and the cover is more powerful, but both are great.

After that, a bit more Spanish rock came by the hands of El Drogas (En punto muerto) and Tierra Santa (Espronceda's La canción del pirata). The last one has a couple of verses I love:

"Y, si caigo, ¿qué es la vida?

Por perdida ya la di."

And if I fall, why what is life?

For lost I gave it then as due.

(Source of the translation.)

Then I somehow ended up listening to some Latin American and Spanish rap: Kase.O (El gordo que la pisa bien), Residente and Nach (Rap bruto), and Canserbero (De la vida como película y su tragedia, comedia y ficción). The first two are diss tracks and the last one is a more existentialist song.

I listened to some more music, but that's okay for now. Also, I don't know why I narrated this.



I have periods of social disconnection, it's a part of me that I need and keenly embrace. I'll still log in and read news and threads during those times, but I won't be (very) active on the site, so I apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause (late answers, bumps or the like).

Also...

Please, feel free to correct my English.

Entire song beautiful , I know but it's prime young version she first blew into music. Especially 2:15 mark

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I game on all consoles and PC

My youtube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2EeIs1FP89Oz7du7IAEbqg?view_as=subscriber