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PsychoRockNRoll

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About PsychoRockNRoll

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  • Birthday 06/24/1993

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    Kiev, Ukraine
  1. Yeah, he's still good Saw his live concert last year. It would have been great if he hadn't sung such many his own songs .
  2. Thanks As for thread I'm also reading Richard Lesley's book about surrealism.
  3. starting Carlos Castaneda's "The Fire From Within" finished Chuck Palahniuk's "Fight Club"
  4. Cool, I like ambiguous nicknames (But never made up such one for myself) Just watched "Paranoid Park", by the way
  5. Janis Joplin - Me and Bobby McGee - the only song with woman's vocals that I can listen to
  6. Well, actually Classiс Rock's never gone away. Page and company are still alive, aren't they? And there are a lot of young groups playing old music and creating rock'n'roll by themselves. That's enough for Rock music to survive. But not to be widespread. The problem is mainstream as it mentioned above. Who are the main consumers now? Teenagers. And I bet you they'll never choose R&R. They'll never feel it. Most of them. I'm telling that as a teenager living in teenage world. They choose only music they can dance to or music which makes them cute but never music which makes them think. Perhaps that's degradation of society but I can't judge because I haven't lived in teenage society of 60ies. But even if it's always been like that, those who lived in 1960, were they so small-minded as now or not, didn't have any choice. Rock'n'roll was the only way to have fun, dance and "be cool" just because there weren't anything else appropriate. Nowadays there IS. And as music in general is developing more and more, rock music is losing its chances to survive. I'm afraid to imagine what will come with the next generation. So the epoch will never recur. But rock'n'roll lives until we do.
  7. then I would buy it immediately and read! I adore Rochester too I'm reading King's "Shining" at the moment.
  8. wow, really beautiful pics. so...hmm...hmmm...romantic and he's still very nice. such a respectable worthy man This photo of John is absolutely splendid
  9. Met a few old acquaintances. Good ones
  10. ha, redrum now I'm reading the book where your nick came from Watched "The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button" yesterday. Quite good but the plot is very piled. Some episodes really don't fit in with atmosphere of the whole film.
  11. oh, it seems that Twilight's everywhere. it also seems that I'm the only person who haven't read or seen it
  12. "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"
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