Saturday, September 15

Emo Music

A great feature, okay I’ve been writing too many ads, I mean a great thing about not being emo is the stamina to actually listen to these songs without getting burned. For awhile I’ve been staying away from emo music and treating them like some radioactive waste. For I fear exposure to them would render my heart to melt and disintegrate into nothingness. Bad stuff.

The emo inducer was this obsession. My very life was winded and chocked around it. I just so don’t want to go there anymore again. After the obsession has subsided it’s the usual brain cell crepitate realization of what in the world was I thinking.

But the very first song/album that made me emo was quaintly, Jars of Clay. It was straight after my first church camp back in 97 (wah, 10 years d). Somehow, the songs amplified the stark feeling of aloneness compared to a few days back in camp where you were surrounded by tons of people. Say no to emo? Yes. Say no to emo music? No way!

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