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Hello to all I am Nick and I am from Cyprus! I like relaxing piano clips with rain sounds! what about you
 

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Sounds a bit k/j pop to me in its manicness.
The album is pure mental. They're literally ex scene kids who used to be into BrokenCyde and Attack Attack, went through a period of being embarrassed about it, and are now doubling down and going "no fuck this, that music was the BEST" and they've done a whole album stuff on that level. There's bits on there that sound like people trying to build on Maniac 2000 (or whatever their local version of that was)- taking it as serious music, with the no context-spotify 2019 thing excising it of the genuine across-all-classes cultural phenomenon that that song was.

It's the aural equivalent of having 20 browser tabs open at once - it feels awful, it hurts your brain, but due to the seamless nature of modern design you can't turn it off.
 

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The album is pure mental. They're literally ex scene kids who used to be into BrokenCyde and Attack Attack, went through a period of being embarrassed about it, and are now doubling down and going "no fuck this, that music was the BEST" and they've done a whole album stuff on that level. There's bits on there that sound like people trying to build on Maniac 2000 (or whatever their local version of that was)- taking it as serious music, with the no context-spotify 2019 thing excising it of the genuine across-all-classes cultural phenomenon that that song was.

It's the aural equivalent of having 20 browser tabs open at once - it feels awful, it hurts your brain, but due to the seamless nature of modern design you can't turn it off.
I first heard Maniac 2000 two years ago.
 

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The album is pure mental. They're literally ex scene kids who used to be into BrokenCyde and Attack Attack, went through a period of being embarrassed about it, and are now doubling down and going "no fuck this, that music was the BEST" and they've done a whole album stuff on that level. There's bits on there that sound like people trying to build on Maniac 2000 (or whatever their local version of that was)- taking it as serious music, with the no context-spotify 2019 thing excising it of the genuine across-all-classes cultural phenomenon that that song was.

It's the aural equivalent of having 20 browser tabs open at once - it feels awful, it hurts your brain, but due to the seamless nature of modern design you can't turn it off.
Sounds like the stuff of nightmares
 

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