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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Fancy, Apr 20, 2018.
Damnit. I'll add it to my laps for the evening.
My bad I thought it was the cool thing to do, be sarcastic to other people’s post. I will now return to normal message board fodder.
I just drank a fifth of vodka, dare me to drive?
Try this. For me, this was him at his best, during his best era.
The Florence & The Machine track that plays second, and the unreleased one around 41:00 hits me right in the feels (I was at this show).
Drank himself to death at 28? That's like "wake up in the morning and chug the whole bottle of mouthwash so I don't have to brush my teeth" level of drinking.
I read that he was very introverted and didn't like being the center of attention. People told him he looked to too stiff when he performed early in his career and so he started having a few drinks before he would play. With a schedule that had him playing 300 shows a year for 4-5 years, its easy to see how those numbers start to add up.
Levels was the kind of song that I knew about and liked when I heard it, but never took the time to learn who was behind it.
Talented guy gone too soon. Sad.
Play LEVELS! LEVELS!
I don’t like know that his name is Tim. He’s avicii to me damnit
Sad that he couldn't find the support he needed for his issues.
Has anyone found a link to the True Stories documentary referenced in that article? It’s not on Netflix anymore.
Some of his stuff came on during my playlist today. Miss this fucking guy
Watching the doc on Netflix (which was awesome) reminded me of how overlooked Sunset Jesus was. Track slaps
So his family announced they are releasing new music.. Pretty pumped
Yeah some people's pancreases just explode with alcohol. It's not like there's a uniform threshold level of alcohol it takes to do it. Some people can kill their pancreas with not that much. Duff McKagan had to drink 1L vodka/day for years to do it. And some people drink that much and never get pancreatitis. Who the fuck knows why.
Thought the tweet said “detailed noise” for a second, and thought that was pretty rude.