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*o brother, where art thou" the coen brothers kick my damn ass!

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that movie rocks my world.

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Yes i love that movie, ive seen it lots. Its my favorite, and i have the soundtrack. And yes, you could call me a hick, even though i dont really look like one.

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the soundtrack is amazingi have listened to it over and over since i got it.the sogy bottom boys tracks are amazing. first time i heard them i go the chills. and cmon you cant fuck with a hillbilly song called o death.

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i just finished watchin that flick for the first time. excellent job, the cohen boys have done it again. i guess i'll pick up the soundtrack as well, really diggin that "troubled man" track. i got the pay per view all day ticket, gonna go smoke a bowl and watch it again.

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they stole my motherfuckin song! I was digging in old boxes a few months ago and found an old song book of folk tunes that belonged to my dad back around '63... anyway, after looking it over, the only song that seemed to have potential was that 'man of constant sorrow' and now... argh!

 

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this has probably already been posted, but if you havent seen it see it, it is all about being passionate about my posts lately... david muthafuckin blaine. this one and bicicletas.

this movie is fucking amazing and so is the soundtrack call me white honky trash i guess thats what i am. i watched the movie seven times before i brought it back and then ran out and got the soundtrack holy ass. this shit is so good.

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I like the 'big rock-candy mountains' song. I'm not a hick either, but if ya'll like folk tunes check out Elizebeth Cotten "Freight Train and other North Carolina Folk Songs and Tunes". It's nice, and she has a very interesting history.

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