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Mantis914

What song gets you moving in the morning?

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No, it was horrible. The reason they used all that old material is Ed's so insecure these days, he needed a crutch. It makes me cringe at how bad it is and all the gimmicks they used, like "Stay Frosty" or what should be called "Ice Cream Man, Part Deux". I could go on, but all I found myself doing the few times I listened to it was shaking my head.

I didn't think it was that bad but then again, I remember when "Jump" was introduced back in 83-84, me and my brother listened ready to rock out only to hear.... synthesizers???? Maybe you made the same face we made when we heard that...

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Die M**** Die by Dope

It's an inspirational, uplifting tune about love.

Or probably not love.

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i listen to a lot of instrumentals in the morning or good ol' reverend one of the two. these are two i regularly play day to day.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAbG0W6sMG0

Edited by Iron_Lotus

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Edited by docyabut2

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If i can get a few dance steps in the morning and get my make up on, I know I`ll be all right:):)

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Here's my megamix that gets me going in the morning:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDyC3rigs6c

Peace.

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