Corpsey

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The sound of innocence and naivety that was last heard in the 80s (early 90s at the latest) so far as I know.

You can't imagine (or can you?) an RnB song with such a coy double entendre now.

Am I nothing more than a Daily Mail columnist in an SWV t shirt?
 

craner

Beast of Burden

The sound of innocence and naivety that was last heard in the 80s (early 90s at the latest) so far as I know.

You can't imagine (or can you?) an RnB song with such a coy double entendre now.

Am I nothing more than a Daily Mail columnist in an SWV t shirt?

Who is your favourite Mary Jane Girl, @Corpsey?
 

Corpsey

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Juan Atkins - Track Ten (2004)

Breakbeats and a squirming bassline offset against the space age, floating glamour of the synths.

URGH. I had to write something didn't I?
 

Corpsey

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how have you been doing lately @Corpsey? are you gonna have lads holiday in cyprus again this summer?
Sadly not. I did go on a mostly lads holiday to Manchester last weekend. There was nothing to do but go to bars and sit in the air BnB.

It was fairly light on the drug front (a lot of mushroom drops and cocaine) but I felt like I'd been to Glastonbury festival for most of the week. I'm fucking old and my body is fucked. Feeling like shit all the time, physically. (And on the mental side I'm trying not to feel nihilistic and bored about everything but some days I do and the other day I started reading some Schopenhauer and found it really addictive which perhaps shows how miserable I generally am... Hoping exercise will help here, failing that therapy... It's not good to feel like life is futile, which is my current suspicion.)

Currently 12stone 8lbs. I'm not allowed to get a cat until I lose a stone. The madness must end. But not without a fight.
 

Corpsey

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Has anyone else read Schopenhauer? Wondering if he's just really fun to read like Nietzsche and it isn't my natural pessimism... I do wonder about the writers I find really easy and fun to read.

On a sidenote, I bought a book of Dh Lawrence essays this week and I've already come close to throwing it away because I find his "theories" about the masculine/feminine duality utterly boring and meaningless. He says interesting things, but they're also wrong.
 

Corpsey

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Today I did acid (it was super weak, old tab, didn't really work) and got sunburnt to buggery.

Discovered this tune though which I think is very acid-friendly, or at least is to me in an acid mindframe

 

Corpsey

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Oh it's Friday - that can be my COTD. Kenny Larkin: Tedra.

What about you yyaldrin? Any stories about orgies lately?
 

version

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Has anyone else read Schopenhauer? Wondering if he's just really fun to read like Nietzsche and it isn't my natural pessimism... I do wonder about the writers I find really easy and fun to read.
I've been looking at Cioran recently. He's another aphoristic pessimist. A fair few people find him cathartic and a release rather than just depressing.

“Man starts over again everyday, in spite of all he knows, against all he knows.”
 
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