Not sure yet. Mostly, if I have a thing somewhere, I'll ask around. Then if it isn't spread out enough, I'll fill in.
I...think I love you?
I had that and ibuprofen mixed up. Actually, I thought they were both liver-killers, so I wasn't fussed. Have been appropriately chastened.
This pre-exists. I have it paired with Sweating Bullets, which doesn't actually make any real sense but does in my head.
Good to know. I thought it was the other way around. Basically, by the time I'm drunk enough to be thinking about hangovers I figure my liver is pretty screwed at that point anyway.
Utah? Because I keep getting calls asking if I know people who'll do gay marriage ceremonies and I am not entirely certain the bodysnatchers haven't actually arrived.
Not a morning-after remedy, but on the occasion that it hits me, when I am fully drunk, I drink a glass of water and eat a piece of dry bread just before I pass out. It's apparently bad for you, but I also pop a couple tylenol. I find waking up much better. It's sort of my standby for when I did not realize that each…
The entire score to The Omen, too, really.
Verdi, Dies Irae & Tuba Mirum
It's the beauty of multiple people offering things! We all discover stuff! The Internet can be awesome.
I'm going to call it the GT Fight Club Mix, and it will be nothing but electronica and 80s montage music.
I love you too, lady.
I would have loved them if I was a few years younger, I think. I haven't hated anything I've heard from them, I just haven't heard stuff and thought oh, I need that album.
I have something similar, but I've been having to listen to it on a loop for like a month and a half to deal with life and I'm actually getting bored with it. I did not know it was possible, but there you are. Hivemind FTW!
If I ever wind up on Fox News I am going to force them to listen to this. I will chase Sean Hannity down the halls with a boombox.
I have at least five gigs of classical screw-you-i'm-blowing-this-building-up music. I do not know why, I just really like it.
I...may love you. This and some Motorhead and you can drop that mic, I think.
Good beats. Seems rational, it's just that I like a singer involved. I can appreciate some good instrumental music, it's just not what I default to.
See, I asked IRL people and they gave me Katy Perry, as though you can punch anything in the face after listening to that. Not that I don't typically want to, just that the feeling fades the second the song is over.