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Re: The Yellow Ledbetter train!
- Subject: Re: The Yellow Ledbetter train!
- From: "KATHLEEN L. PASQUALE" <KLPasquale@compuserve.com>
- Date: Tue, 23 Sep 1997 13:23:53 -0400
From: Alan McKendree, INTERNET:firstname.lastname@example.org
RE: Re: The Yellow Ledbetter train!
>From: THRH79B@prodigy.com (MS KELLY D GILES I)
>Oh, and for anyone interested in hearing Pete's songs turned in to
>dance music, I highly recommend the Deep Love remix of "My
>Generation". Go ahead, give it a listen.
<cough> <rrrretch> <kuh-HACK!> <mm...mmm..mmmbbblllaarrggghhh> I FORCED
myself to listen to it all the way through, once (and that took two runni=
starts). If you like "dance music", (sounds to me like disco music put o=
an endless loop with a drum machine), it's interesting as a novelty. If
you're a Who fan who has little or no interest in dance music, it's prett=
>You'll forgive me someday.
I'll try. Remind me of this when we see each other in person and we can
talk it over.//>>>>
I am with you. I had a horrible experience with this abomination.
Being the unsuspecting purist that I am I found this CD in a used =
rack for $2.00. I actually didn't know what it was but bought it
anyway for interest sake. Driving in my Jeep pop the CD to listen
and when I got the the Deep Love mix I almost drove my vehicle off
the road. I had never even heard of this being made and to be =
honest if someone would had told me I would have called them a
liar. Where did this come from?
Kathleen (not yet over the shock) Pasquale