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On Feb 24, 12:56 pm, poisoned rose <pro...@poisonedrose.com> wrote:
> Janice <janice_geran...@dixoncreekstudio.com> wrote:Yes, I've gone through a few periods in my life that were so
> > I am curious if others have experienced such a deeply ingrained
> > soundtrack in their lives.
> I've always disliked having music associated too much with real-life
> experiences. This leads to either wallowing in sentimental nostalgia
> (see: Usenet music forums) or unfairly cringing about good music due to
> attached personal memories that aren't so good. There's one year where
> my favorite album of the year just makes me think of a wretched,
> dickhead boss I had at the time. Noooo fun.
. . .
> I mostly grimace to recall the music from #1-#3. And even #4 is tainted
> by certain songs I couldn't stand that everyone else played. (Oh god,
> "Bela Lugosi's Dead" AGAIN?)
depressing the music in the background will never be resurrected or
resolved for me, and in fact can still be triggers that catch me off-
guard and reinvent the feeling... not a happy moment. I feel lucky I
had so much Haw'n music to fall back on... apparently it is so
timeless it doesn't stick in any particular time-slot or emotional
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