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Post by [XK]Light » Sun Dec 16, 2007 2:59 pm

Pink floyd songs have such deep meaning in them, u dont have to be high to enjoy them contrary to what many ppl think. All u need is life experience. If u've felt deep depressing feelings before, u can relate. And dont say otherwise

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Post by tRiP » Sun Dec 16, 2007 4:04 pm

Is Requiem for a Dream in the movie called Vanilla Sky? I remember seeing that in one of the options. By the way, Vanilla Sky is one of my favorite movies. I've watched it dozens of times. It has some of the saddest music I've ever heard. Especially the title screen music which I put as the credits for my 4th Montage. Also the Elevator Beat music I put in the credits of my 1st Montage. :) And the intro song of the movie I put into the intro of my 1st Montage. You can clearly see that I'm obsessed with that movie.

EDIT: I just checked on Vanilla Sky and it's called Prelude to a Dream. Oh wells, I'll buy it sometime and check the movie out. What's it about? Depression is my favorite emotion. It's what keeps me living in life. I have to watch this movie.
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