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by , 14th January 2013 at 01:50 PM (1285 Views)
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I have rediscovered this woman's greatness. I used to listen to her all the time when I was younger, but I stopped listening for a while and got into other artists. Just yesterday, I re-listened to her Speak for Yourself album and fell back in love with her. Does anyone else listen to her? Isn't she awesome? I think Speak for Yourself is my favorite album of hers, but I also like Ellipse. I haven't really listened to all of the first album she released, but Come Here Boy sounds a lot different from her most recent songs, I think.

I'm excited to hear her new album, which is apparently coming out this year! I'm listening to Loose Ends right now.
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Updated 14th January 2013 at 02:52 PM by Chronos

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  1. Gama's Avatar
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    Apparently the music you listened to in the first half of your teenage years is the music that will continue to have the biggest emotional impact on you for the rest of your life. Not saying she isn't good (I haven't heard anything by her) but just something to think about. I've definitely observed this trend in myself.
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  2. Chronos's Avatar
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    Hmm, I've never heard of that before. That's pretty interesting. I'll have to look up more on that!
  3. Gama's Avatar
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    If you try to look it up with just the information I referred to there, you might not have much luck. It's to do with the way you form memories in your teenage years as opposed to in later years of your life. If you're going to look it up, it might be more helpful to have that bit of information too.
  4. Chronos's Avatar
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    Ah, gotcha. Well, that is an intriguing tidbit, nonetheless, and I suppose it makes sense. I've noticed that lately I've been listening to a lot of old music that I used to listen to a while ago.

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