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    I'm listening to the new Vince Gill/Paul Franklin "Bakersfield" CD. Great traditional country featuring the #1 pedal steel guitar player in Nashville (and most recorded over the last 25 years).

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    Dope - Die MF Die

    I'm sad. My mom deleted my music collection off my Network drive. It was RAID 0. 300GB of music gone D:
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    im using a bit of Tarrus Riley to relax at present. Its working !
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