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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

Now Playing on /m/tube -

Bump While Listening thread #3

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- Fri, 16 Jun 2017 12:20:26 EST piD1CyCa No.449514
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Because the old one is ded. http://boards.420chan.org/m/res/443407.php

Rest in RIP


Listening to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OelvkDwonfE
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Hello :)

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- Mon, 25 May 2020 08:18:05 EST fFelSjrF No.456684
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you like old school hip hop with sharp delivery passion and delivery?

come scope :)

is go by SirReal. you wont be dissapointed :) gotten shoutouts from Su-Preme (produced for GZA RZA,) and Pro Era plenty times.......


Sophie Goffingson - Mon, 25 May 2020 15:43:17 EST OXVfrOmh No.456685 Reply
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I boycott every shithead that's just here to spam for life.


Post your music

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- Sat, 18 Jan 2020 12:22:20 EST Eq3TMT0X No.456149
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The last soundcloud thread is like 2 years old with a couple hundred comments.
Care if we start a new one?

Just finished up a new song a couple days ago. Acid Rock/Psych Pop/Whatever

Let me hear your music!
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death metal

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- Sun, 14 Jul 2019 08:13:00 EST MsnEuVZs No.455192
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i found this while listening to youtube recommendations, holy shit it's the best shit i've heard in a long time
if you're a fan of old schoolish death metal that sounds like it came from a cold and dark basement (even though those new wave OSDM bands are like mushrooms during rain these days) then give it a try

Matilda Billingville - Wed, 17 Jul 2019 21:53:53 EST qSx9U8kA No.455202 Reply
This ep is fucking incredible. Appreciate you posting it.
Shitting Puvingput - Sun, 24 May 2020 00:17:19 EST Bp4bgKqR No.456682 Reply
I'm wanting some death metal on headphones now.

covers that are better than the original songs

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- Tue, 13 Aug 2019 19:09:48 EST vq0qS9I6 No.455365
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this should be a fun thread

Siouxsie and the Banshees (Iggy Pop) - The Passanger

X (The Doors) - Soul Kitchen

Xiu Xiu (New Order) - Ceremony

Bauhaus (Brian Eno) - Third Uncle

Spacemen 3 (The Red Crayola) - Transparent Radiation

Happy Mondays (John Kongos) - He's Gonna Step on You Again

Johnny Cash (Nine Inch Nails) - Hurt

Elvis Costello (George Jones) - Good Year for the Roses

Soft Cell (Gloria Jones) - Tainted Love

Spiritualized (Spacemen 3) - Sound of Confusion
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Recent lit listening songs

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- Sun, 22 Mar 2020 19:21:40 EST miWx6JYz No.456404
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Of current. Any you'd like to share?


Thank you, stay safe.
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Random Music

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- Sun, 13 Aug 2017 22:25:37 EST JfQy0xh3 No.451505
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You know what this world reminds me of? The Jim Jones suicide cult. That's what I think this has all come to. I think you all will drink the cool-aid, and go along with the censorship, and they'll take away all of your rights but you'll all be too afraid to do anything. And you'll end up taking the cool-aid beause (well jeeze, everyone else is doing it! They're gunna make me do it anyways, I practically have to!) You're all the type of people to get herded into a gas chamber when there's only 20 guards. Because the most important thing is people control everyones mind through fear, even though the ruling elite is always a minority, they control people through their base instincts and make them lambs for the slaughter. I can see you all for what you are.


Keep reading buzz-feed and listening to CNN, they're leading up to something truly epic!
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RIP Little Richard

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!lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 09 May 2020 14:32:39 EST Y43RMBoU No.456593
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The legendary founding father of rock n' roll passed away at 87 today. He really helped to revolutionize a genre of music and break barriers especially as one of the first major African-African artists who helped break the color line.

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Lillian Dredgedale - Sat, 09 May 2020 22:42:46 EST pMHGnEAb No.456596 Reply
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it's a shame they really sanitized his image in his old age cause I always knew of him as a pioneer of rock and roll but I never really knew his story until looking him up now that he died and holy shit, this guy was 420chan in the flesh back in the day

>he had been sexually involved with both sexes as a teenager. Because of his effeminate mannerisms, his father kicked him out of their family home at 15
>Penniman first got involved in voyeurism in his early twenties, when a female friend would drive him around and pick up men who would allow him to watch them have sex in the backseat of cars. Penniman's activity caught the attention of Macon police in 1955 and he was arrested after a gas station attendant reported sexual activity in a car Penniman was occupying with a heterosexual couple. Cited on a sexual misconduct charge, he spent three days in jail and was temporarily banned from performing in Macon.
>In the early 1950s, Penniman became acquainted with openly gay musician Billy Wright, who helped in establishing Penniman's look, advising him to use pancake makeup on his face and wear his hair in a long-haired pompadour style similar to his. As Penniman got used to the makeup, he ordered his band, the Upsetters, to wear the makeup too, to gain entry into predominantly white venues during performances, later stating, "I wore the make-up so that white men wouldn't think I was after the white girls. It made things easier for me, plus it was colorful too." In 2000, Richard told Jet magazine, "I figure if being called a sissy would make me famous, let them say what they want to." Penniman's look, however, still attracted female audiences, who would send him naked photos and their phone numbers. Groupies began throwing undergarments at Penniman during performances.
>During Penniman's heyday, his obsession with voyeurism carried on with his girlfriend Audrey Robinson. Penniman later wrote that Robinson would have sex with men while she sexually stimulated Penniman. Despite saying he was "born again" after leaving rock and roll for the church in 1957, Penniman left Oakwood College after exposing himself to a male student. After the incident was reported to the student's father, Penniman withdrew from the college. In 1962, Penniman was arrested for spying on men urinating in toilets at a Trailways bus station in Long Beach, California. After re-embracing rock and roll in the mid-1960s, he began participating in orgies and continued to be a voyeur.

>By 1972, he had developed an addiction to cocaine. He later lamented that period, "They should have called me Lil Cocaine, I was sniffing so much of that stuff!" By 1975, he had developed addictions to both heroin and PCP, otherwise known as "angel dust".
>He said of his cocaine addiction that he did whatever he could to use cocaine. Penniman admitted that his addictions to cocaine, PCP and heroin were costing him as much as $1,000 a day. In 1977, longtime friend Larry Williams once showed up with a gun and threatened to kill him for failing to pay his drug debt. Penniman later mentioned that this was the most fearful moment of his life because Williams's own drug addiction made him wildly unpredictable. Penniman did, however, also acknowledge that he and Williams were "very close friends" and when reminiscing of the drug-fueled clash, he recalled thinking "I knew he loved me—I hoped he did!"

Pour one out for a real one
Henry Blobblefoot - Sat, 23 May 2020 06:03:36 EST YTv4gwU2 No.456673 Reply
Really sucked how much his upbringing fucked him up though

>Penniman said in 1984 that he played only with girls as a child and was subjected to homophobic jokes and ridicule because of his manner of walking and talking. His father brutally punished him whenever he caught him wearing his mother's makeup and clothing. The singer said he had been sexually involved with both sexes as a teenager. Because of his effeminate mannerisms, his father kicked him out of their family home at 15. In 1985, on The South Bank Show, Penniman said, "my daddy put me out of the house. He said he wanted seven boys, and I had spoiled it, because I was gay."
>On May 4, 1982, on Late Night with David Letterman, Penniman said, "God gave me the victory. I'm not gay now, but, you know, I was gay all my life. I believe I was one of the first gay people to come out. But God let me know that he made Adam be with Eve, not Steve. So I gave my heart to Christ." In his 1984 book, while calling homosexuality "unnatural" and "contagious", he told Charles White he was "omnisexual".
>In 1995, Penniman told Penthouse that he always knew he was gay, saying "I've been gay all my life". In 2007, Mojo Magazine called Penniman "bisexual". In October 2017, Penniman again denounced homosexuality in an interview with Three Angels Broadcasting Network, calling homosexual and transgender identity "unnatural affection"

As far as we still have to go, it's crazy to think how far we've come from this. It's just a shame he died before he could finally accept himself

Music streaming is bullshit

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- Sun, 11 Aug 2019 20:51:50 EST R3KZddTn No.455345
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So how to fix it? What if we create a multicasting network that works exactly like broadcast radio, except instead of IP addresses, we have virtual frequencies? We then give people a randomized name like the old stations, hook it up everywhere, and make it the standardized way to broadcast music. It's like the old radio model on the new streaming model except it's multicast, so no custom streams, and that's the point. When things are algorithmically engineered the way they think you want, you get pidgeonholed and stagnated into the musical hole that they think they can use to make money off of you.

If we do it this way, you can still have custom private streams like Spotify, but we essentially revive the old-school radio network and expand it to make advertisers have to compete for popular stations instead of having stations have to suck the dick of advertisers just to make ends meet.
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current song/current mood

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- Tue, 12 Nov 2019 03:49:42 EST DpH/kh0H No.455861
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Spent 5 days in detox for benzos and alcohol, blew a .45 and had 12mg of xanax in my system, if I wasn't taken to the ER every doctor there told me I would've died. Apparently I told them it was a suicide attempt, so I spent 7 days after that in in-patient, which I probably needed because had they released me then I would've relapsed with-in an hour, but they gave me Ativan the whole time to taper me off and now I'm 1 day into a partial hospitalization program.

I had no cravings and was resolved to kick it for good, then everything kept pouring back into my mind, all the memories all the good times, all the drugs, the best days of my life spent high, nodding, tripping, and rolling with people I'll never see again, some of whom died, and that along with withdrawal and mania keeping me up at night to the point I sleep a few hours every other night, I want to use more than I ever have. The only reason I didn't today was because there was 6 inches of snow and I'd have to walk to meet the man.

It really is true that once a junky always a junky. I know I'll relapse. And even if I don't, I can be in recovery the rest of my life and never truly kick it. It'll always be looming over me. You can't unring the bell.

>I have made the big decision
>I'm gonna try to nullify my life
>Cause when the blood begins to flow
>When it shoots up the droppers neck
>When I'm closing in on death
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Henry Blobblefoot - Sat, 23 May 2020 02:02:07 EST YTv4gwU2 No.456671 Reply
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i lapsed yesterday, and as ashamed as i am the real thing that gets me is how terrifying it is that this can just happen at any time, I had been clean almost half a year and then all of us sudden it was like i was going off an old script, for no particular reason other than maybe thinking about the past fondly i just go out and use like nothing ever happened, like I haven't OD'd 3 times, admitted 5 times to psych and been to A&E for related accidents almost a dozen times

i'm really glad to say it didn't lead to a full relapse, I have no desire to go back to the way I was, but it's scary to think that at any moment i could, but i do have to balance out not downplaying it or minimizing it with not beating myself up over it, because then you start thinking well fuck it i'm such a bad person i might as well just give up giving up

Current Favorite artists?

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- Sun, 01 Mar 2020 15:45:33 EST Y3q4XfF2 No.456330
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I found this dude a while back. I can't seem to stop listening to him.

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Archie Claybury - Thu, 02 Apr 2020 20:53:02 EST dvdnjOx7 No.456441 Reply
Out of all the no melody distorted trap shit Darkie is pretty good and versatile. Another recommendation would be Nascar Aloe and his label Death Proof. Spider Gang is kind of gay though and some of them are more hokey and gimmicky then others (Afourteen, MK Ultra). I don't see anyone besides Darkie going anywhere since they all act spaz kids and their artwork looks like it's done in MS Paint.


For me I really like a couple songs by Baby Keem right now

Russian pop

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- Mon, 16 Apr 2018 16:21:46 EST vGUjPTxF No.453332
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sad shit

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- Tue, 24 Apr 2018 05:00:52 EST /W4wq3vg No.453388
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Can you post sad stuff here? Sad songs ITT.
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- Sat, 04 May 2019 17:18:26 EST OF0cmyiA No.454906
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Post songs of triumph.



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George Cribberlack - Fri, 22 May 2020 06:02:40 EST W63lAfx6 No.456658 Reply
That's a marvellous explanation of I Am The Resurrection! I fully agree with your take on the song and I suppose that is the same vibe I was picking up when I ascribed it a carefree, gleeful feel. This would indeed amount to a triumphant state in the situation (and interpretation) you sketch.

>The triumph is finally getting the feeling both those songs describe after searching for it my whole life.
That's a beautiful description of something I have sometimes struggled with. I often find myself delaying listening to certain songs because I don't think i'm "ripe" or I am not in the stage of my life where I feel like the song's inherent magic would impact me the way I know (or wish) it could. Do you understand what I mean? I don't know whether to take the "the right time is now" approach or put songs up on a pedestal and "work towards them", if you will. I don't know if I'm making sense, but I'd love to talk about it.

By the way, do you have some sort of music profile (rateyourmusic or so, I don't know many, I'm not into social media)? I'd be interested in seeing your taste in music
Emma Sonnerlork - Fri, 22 May 2020 13:27:59 EST YTv4gwU2 No.456661 Reply
I don't have a RYM or a last.fm anymore but I used too. The problem with last.fm is I would fall asleep listening to music and my plays were all messed up and RYM I cared more about my curve than anything else and I wasn't realistically appraising the music, I spent too much time trying to make the subjective objective.

I've been meaning to get one again just because I want to keep a library of music, the only social media I have anymore is snapchat and discord, I get on IRCs occasionally too.

>Do you understand what I mean?

absolutely, I actually have a very erratic way of finding new music where if I really, really like something from an artist I'll introduce their songs into my library slowly to almost savor it. A lot of bands in my top 100 I haven't even listened to all their work, I can count on one hand the band I've heard all of their material, The Velvet Underground (minus Squeeze), The Smiths, and New Order are about it. Maybe random groups with really small oeuvres like Turquoise Days, The Normal, Silicon Teens, etc. and random local groups

The thing that I love about Thru The Rhythm is that the theme of the song in my mind is not about reaching one final destination and saying "OK I'm here", it's more about finding and getting into the rhythm of your life, or pursuing your "True Will" to put it in terms of the occult. The whole album was deeply influenced by Alfred Korzybski and his (admittedly flawed) system of "general semantics" I find the lines:

>I've smelled the stench from the fumes that rise
>From the books that rehash the same old lies
>I felt the panic that they disguise
>In the forms of laws of every size

To be particularly powerful in light of the fact that after years of seeking I've come to be satisfied in the conclusion that there can't be any one grand narrative to life, that things can be more or less accurate but never the full picture. I think that while the noumenal world certainly exists in my mind, only subjective experience is knowable. Which means, I believe, that all phenomena can be interpreted as "as good as real". I don't believe that this means any idea is as good as any other, no one legitimately says that, not Derrida, not Baudrillard, not the most devout student postmodernism.

I think this realization comes to us in glimpses at first and it's usually terrifying, especially when it comes to you on drugs or through meditation. We tend to push it down deeper and deeper inside of us and become more resolved in our beliefs but eventually for some people the whole thing just falls apart, and I'm really glad it happened to me.

This is an excellent series of lectures on the topic by in my mind one of the best and easiest to understand teachers of philosophy if you're into this sort of thing (and it's incredible to hear someone with his accent talk about Foucault and say words like "straw person", it shows you can't prejudge people):

But yeah I'd be happy to keep in touch however you'd like

You might also be interested in this as well if you're familiar with the song

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