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    What Are You Listening To?

    Ochre - Low Gravity Freefall

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    United States
    Posts : 102
    Windows 7 Pro. x64

    I am listening to What I've Done by Linkin Park
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    Windows 7 Home Premium FR x64

    "Hanaji" by Hommarju Feat. Maki (Album : Anime Trance Bets 7)

    Gabber at its best.
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    64-bit Windows 8.1 Pro

    Dire Straits - Live at the BBC
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    SomeWhere in the HOT Arizona Desert!
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    Win_8 Build 7959 x64

    The Commodores
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    Long Island, NY
    Posts : 103
    Windows Vista-Windows 7-8

    Fire Buring-Sean Kingston--- lol
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    Electronik Supersonik for pure humor and Meta-references:

    On that note, we need some youtube embedding, such as [youtube] tags.
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    we have a transportation stop in india for hike of petrol prices.
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    Disturbed...Shinedown...Avenged Sevenfold...and others...
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    Edit: Changed to Men at Work - Down Under
    Last edited by mxosder16; 24 Jul 2009 at 00:27.
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