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My name is Ray. I'm from San Diego, CA and I love music. I enjoy chatting about music and giving/taking recommendations. So if you want to have a chat about a band you think I'd like, feel free to drop me a message. Also, feel free to add me as a friend if you so wish!

You can check out my rateyourmusic page HERE and see which albums I think are great and which ones suck.

Also if you use Soulseek, you can add me (surlybot), and search through/download my stuff. However if you aren't sharing anything, you'll probably get banned.

Track 1,000: The Clash - Hate and War
Track 5,000: Queen - The Hitman
Track 10,000: Black Sabbath - Rat Salad
Track 20,000: Howard Shore - The Taming of Smeagol
Track 30,000: Dinosaur Jr. - Freak Scene
Track 40,000: Pentagram - Forever My Queen
Track 50,000: The Drifters - Saturday Night at the Movies
Track 60,000: Red Dwarf - Whiskey Devil
Track 70,000: Tool - (-) Ions
Track 80,000: Black Lamb - High and Mighty
Track 90,000: Sunn O))) & Boris - Etna
Track 100,000: Jethro Tull - For a Thousand Mothers
Track 150,000: The Ocean - Swoon
Track 250,000: ???

"I am born under a celestial dictatorship which I could not have had any hand in choosing. I don't put myself under its government. I am told that it can watch me while I sleep. I'm told that it can convict me of—here's the definition of totalitarianism—thought crime, for what I think I may be convicted and condemned. And that if I commit a right action, it's only to evade this punishment and if I commit a wrong action, I'm going to be caught up not just with punishment in life for what I've done which often follows axiomatically, but, no, even after I'm dead. In the Old Testament, gruesome as it is, recommending as it is of genocide, racism, tribalism, slavery, genital mutilation, in the displacement and destruction of others, terrible as the Old Testament gods are, they don't promise to punish the dead. There's no talk of torturing you after the earth has closed over the Amalekites. Only toward when gentle Jesus, meek and mild, makes his appearance are those who won't accept the message told they must depart into everlasting fire. Is this morality, is this ethics? I submit not only is it not, not only does it come with the false promise of vicarious redemption, but it is the origin of the totalitarian principle which has been such a burden and shame to our species for so long." - Christopher Hitchens

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