Let the creepin' begin.
BRAD LASCELLE WROTE: ------------------------- QWERTYQWERT WROTE: ------------------------- PYRETTABLAZE WROTE: ------------------------- Big Brother Canada @BigBrotherCA 12m12 minutes ago We haven't forgotten about you. It's still a very, very busy day in the house. #BBCAN3 hmmm... there has to be a twist along with the returnee coming back then. Ofc we need a twistostwist with every fkn thing Perhaps they're taking extra time and care to make sure THIS twist connects and changes the game in a meaningful way instead of it being dead on arrival or counter-productive like all of the other twists this season. it still doesnt matter they can put the feeds on
And don't lisp "Whither Mariah, Whither Britney, WHITHER BONNIE!!!11" They aren't on this godam list. 10. Pink Floyd--Wish You Were Here
Regarding Pink Floyd, which I view as the only "controversial" song on this list so far... I chose “Wish You Were Here” because it’s the strongest distillation of the traits that made this band great. For all of Pink Floyd’s relentless progressivism — the superhuge songs, the rock operas, the musique concrète influence, the zany stagecraft — they would have never have achieved so much if they weren’t able to reign the weirdness in and write pristine songs. “They write great songs” is maybe the worst rock-writer cliché, but for Pink Floyd, it’s inescapably true. And this one wasn’t even a single! “Wish You Were Here” finds all of Floyd’s finest attributes present and in perfect balance: sophisticated studio trickery, gorgeous instrumental textures, a timeless chord progression, restrained-but-powerful leads from Gilmour and Wright, a Syd Barrett nod (the “cold steel rail” line refers to a Barrett lyric from The Madcap Laughs) and a refrain that will lodge in your braincase the first time you hear it and stay there for the rest of your life. It manages this crazy achievement in just five minutes and thirty-four seconds. And it organizes the whole affair around the emotion that defines Pink Floyd’s best work: an aching, cosmic loneliness that every living person has felt at one time or another, excluding Lance Armstrong. There are no Doors on this list. The most overrated band ever excepting the Beatles. What utter pretension coupled with utter talentlessness. There will be no more Led Zeppelin on this list. There are no songs on this list released after 1980. No, that doesn't make me 90. It makes me lucky to have been in my prime when timeless songs were written. Again, NOONE has guessed anything on this list.
Torn Just about perfect Closing Time Easily the song I have the most nostalgic attachment to, but great regardless No Scrubs While not exactly deep or profound, it's easily the catchiest song left Semi-Charmed Life White half-rapping
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