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Great, free, uncensored radio online

Yep. Straight music, no talk or anything. No commercials either. just straight up, categorized music. I'm rockin trivium right now. You get to pick your song, you don't have to wait. You can also filter by each artist(s). Very good for the office.

http://www.boroki.com/RADIO/

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Impressive. Rept.
I got a Tool marathon going right now. Next is Pantera.
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I got a Tool marathon going right now. Next is Pantera.
I was bangin' some Live Pantera this weekend. Hit up Cemetary Gates.



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I was bangin' some Live Pantera this weekend. Hit up Cemetary Gates.
That's my favorite album (Cowboys from hell). One of my favorite songs. Far Beyond Driven was real good too. Heavy as fu*k.
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That's my favorite album (Cowboys from hell). One of my favorite songs. Far Beyond Driven was real good too. Heavy as fu*k.
For sure. Vulgar Display is tough too. My wife bought the new Trivium this weekend.



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For sure. Vulgar Display is tough too. My wife bought the new Trivium this weekend.
Fu*k, they're all good. Their first three kicked ass. "Fu*king hostiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiile!!"
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Fu*k, they're all good. Their first three kicked ass. "Fu*king hostiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiile!!"
F*******************ckin....................



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Damn thats a good tune.
Playing it right now.
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Playing it right now.
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5 minutes alone.
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Becoming.
That's coming up after "A new level". You listening to it?
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That's coming up after "A new level". You listening to it?
Nah I got stern pumping.


Do you have "the great southern trendkill"? That album sucks. 2 good songs tops.



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I just turned on their cover of Metallica's seek and destroy. Tight.



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Do you have "the great southern trendkill"? That album sucks. 2 good songs tops.
That's the album that made me stop buying their new ish and stick with the old. Sh*t, that was in high school like a motherfu*ker.
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That's the album that made me stop buying their new ish and stick with the old. Sh*t, that was in high school like a motherfu*ker.
Reinventing the Steel was pretty solid. I saw them on that tour. Last tour they did. F**king awesome.


Do you have the greatest hits w/ the dvd of their vids?



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All my old metal was on cassette tape. I didn't buy in to the CD era right away. I think I only have Vulgar and Cowboys on CD. I bought them twice because my first ones got stolen. I had every Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer on cassette.
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Reinventing the Steel was pretty solid. I saw them on that tour. Last tour they did. F**king awesome.


Do you have the greatest hits w/ the dvd of their vids?
I stopped buying sh*t a WHILE ago.
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