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Music I Should’ve Grown Up With (2010-2013)

So we have reached it. The final post. What follows are four of the most innovative and exciting albums I’ve heard, period. They bode well for a future that is sure to hold its share of incredible music yet to come, music that I will likely be raising my own children on. That being said,… Read More

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Music I Should’ve Grown Up With (2007-2009)

So we’ve made it. Out of those stormy days of young adolescence and into the somewhat less tumultuous days of young adulthood. For me these years were a time of rapid change, from awkward to nerdy to hard to define. But it was right around this time that I also began to take my music… Read More

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Music I Should’ve Grown Up With (2004-2006)

Ah, the middle 2000s, those delightful years of supreme teenage awkwardness. Writing this particular week’s entry forced me to reflect on these difficult times and, well, I’m just getting over the feeling of continuously shuttering with mortification. However, despite my own social hopelessness, these days brought some absolutely incredible music. Three of my (current) favorites… Read More

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Music I Should’ve Grown Up With (2001-2003)

It’s your friendly 90s-child blogger DJ Parkie-Park back to give you another rousing analysis of those gems I (and perhaps many of you) missed back in those childhoods of ours (ah, the nostalgia). If you’re just joining us now (and are perhaps a little lost on the concept), check out my posts from the past… Read More

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Music I Should’ve Grown Up With (1998-2000)

So for those of you who missed the boat 2 weeks ago (you can hop right on here), this ship is heading towards an ocean of great music of our childhoods (or perhaps adulthoods for some of you out there) that, quite frankly, passed me by. I won’t reenact the lengthy story here, but suffice… Read More

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Music I Should’ve Grown Up With (1994-1997)

When it comes to musical taste, I was something of a late bloomer. My childhood was spent sitting mindlessly in the back of my family‚Äôs white 1988 Dodge Caravan (which had the most geographically accurate paint chipping of Mexico there will ever be on its left side) listening to whatever my parents chose to play…. Read More

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