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Old 30th May 2008
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Just finished listening to Children of Bodom's "Blooddrunk". Now in the mood for some soundtrack stuff - maybe 'Pirates of the Caribbean'...

Music player is VLC on Windows XP, xmms on OpenBSD. Use iTunes purely to sync my iPod up but too lazy to investigate less resource intensive alternatives.
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Amarok is currently playing: M.I.K.E. - Club Elite Sessions (22-05-08)
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amarok, listening to The Bravery - "This is not the end" right now.
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