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It's better than drugs, Jeremy. It really has the scent I wanted to give, it completely feels how Rich was like Jeremy (or, even worse) if we talk about high school. Rich is pure awesomness in this song. He ties up every aspect he had and convinces Jeremy because of his words. I also liked the idea of adding a beat that was robotic, simulating the SQUIP, which most of the fandom understood. At first, this song was going to be quite short, but I think that it’s better this way. "The Squip Song" Track Info. Written By Joe Iconis. Release Date October 30, 2015
Something you tell your parents when you want your to come over and you fuck. girlfriend: Hey mom my boyfriends coming over to watch Netflix and chill. mom: Okay sweetie have lots of fun! Boyfriend: okay babe, ready to fuck? by stella1235 February 28, 2016. 348. 49. Get a Netflix and Chill mug for your papa Vivek. 2. netflix and chill. Netflix and chill is how you end up with chill-dren. Netflix and chill?" "No, that how we end up with chill-dren.
Deluxe is an album by the alternative rock band Better Than Ezra. It has been released by two labels: the original version in 1993 by Swell Records, and the 1995 version by Elektra Records. This is the group's best known album and contains their biggest single, "Good". It is also their debut major label record, as Surprise was entirely self-released and sold. All songs written by Kevin Griffin, except "Heaven" by Kevin Griffin and Tom Drummond. In the Blood" – 4:32.
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The title Chill Out-a reference to the chill-out rooms common at raves in the late ’80s-harkens back to a time when ambient music was uniquely functional. It was comedown sauce for dancers and users who required womb-like enclosures, sonic or otherwise. Bloody-minded as ever, for its follow-up, James switched from chill-out to chilling: ominously featureless soundscapes woven from abstract textures and eerily fixated pulses. Gone, for the most part, were those lovely Aphex melodies shimmering like dewdrops on a spider web. The project’s foreboding aura was intensified by the absence of track titles: All 24 tracks were identified only by images of texture swatches such as lichen or weathered stone, as if to deliberately exacerbate the listener’s sensation of being lost.
No formulas, but a lot of work in different paths that should have never been abandoned.
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