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I just forgot to bring my keys in the first place. They were inside the house the whole time. Taunting me.
Her Name Is Calla — Long Grass
Actually, I now remember I did that once before with my room keys. They were in my jacket pocket. On the floor of my room. And I could see said jacket through the gap under my door. Just after I'd taken the Yale lock off the latch and closed it behind me >_<
Luke Abbott - Trans Forest Alignment
Her Name Is Calla — Thief
I believe the solution was a makeshift fishing rod made out of wire coathangers tied together. I had to lie on my belly so I could use it to pull my jacket up to the gap in the door and get my keys back. Suffice to say I was very late for my lecture.
Luke Abbott - Sirens For The Colour
MacGyver would be proud.
Her Name Is Calla — The Union: I Worship A Golden Sun
MacGyver is one of those American shows that never gets shown on UK TV. Shame. I think?
Luke Abbott - Brazil
This track is hella awesome.
I've never seen MacGyver, so I wouldn't know.
And yes. Luke Abbott is indeed awesome.
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Ben Frost - Theory of Machines
The Appleseed Cast — Decline
Gorillaz - Monk's Montage
Rage Against The Machine - People of the Sun
The National - "All the Wine"
One of the best songs ever, to be honest.
The Walkmen - Lisbon
Relient K — "I Don't Need a Soul"
So far, not as bad as I was expecting.
Yellow Swans — True Union
Relient K — "First Song I've Really Liked On This Album"
I mean, "Sahara".
Frederik Teige - Elevate
The last part of it is great.
Mahavishnu Orchestra - The Noonward Race
Yellow Swans — Psychic Secession
Relient K — "Terminals"
I seem to be one of the few people on the internet who doesn't actively dislike Owl City. I think he's incredibly bland, but I can't care enough to dislike him. Anyway, this song has Owl City playing synths, and it is exactly as bland as I was expecting it to be.
Yellow Swans — I Woke Up
The B-52's — "Cosmic Thing"
I remember my parents having this album on cassette. Listening to it again, it's simultaneously better and stranger than I remembered.
Luke Abbott — 2nd 5th Heavy
The B-52's — "Love Shack"
With horror, I realize there probably was a Love Shack somewhere off the Atlanta Highway.
Okay, Wikipedia tells me that there was a shack with a rusted tin roof, but it wasn't quite the roadhouse that this song portrays it as.
Luke Abbott — More Room
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