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About Lerkot

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    Rough like sandpaper, hard like algebra
  • Birthday 05/11/1989

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  1. Yeah its been posted before, it's great stuff though. Jeff sure knows his Rock the Bells :) fan 4ever: On the version posted five years ago on Youtube it says "Capital Radio" so I guess thats the source.
  2. There was a time when I only listened to JJFP and I'm still into old school hip hop but something people likely have missed out on BUT REALLY SHOULDNT is Parliament - Funkadelic in general and more specifically their live stuff. Its been eating my brainz out for the last couple of years in the best kind of way so I feel I need to share it with people who can dig a nice vibe. Let me give you three excellent examples of what I'm talking about. First of something straight forward- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-dRRbIWRQc The more chillaxing kind: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZtgdoZD2t4 My personal favorite: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVqutFDcs8A Edit: Dont know how to insert the links as video's, which would have been so smooth and nice..
  3. I dont know what criterias they use for their list but it's usually something in between "famousity" (thats a word right?) and cultural influence. Based on those criterias I think few hip hop acts deserve a spot in the top 100. Maybe Public Enemy because they brought the radicalism into hip hop, which has been kind of a cultural changer for good and bad... Tupac and maybe Outkast should have made the list (maybe they did, didnt see it through), Nelly and Chris Brown (I dont even know who this is) shouldnt. As for JJFP of course they would be in my top 10 but generally speaking I think its okey to leave them outside a list like this.
  4. Our first musicvideo

    Yeah actually we put the volume up quite high and I dont want my mother to hear those cheesy lyrics, actually I dont want her to hear me at all, but anyway, I decided I had to close it.
  5. Am I the only one?

    Am I the only around who likes Mongolian music? Until a month ago I thought Lost & Found was the best CD of 2005 but I have changed my mind. The CD by Hosoo & Ensamble Transmongolia is better, its one of the best tracks all time. Heres two samples: http://www.hosoo.de/media/gesang_Track02.mp3 http://www.hosoo.de/media/gesang_Track13.mp3
  6. On the power of positive thinking

    Forces? You like Star Wars, dont ya? I dont agree. There arent positive and negative "forces". I think its kind of obvious that you are one of those religious people who consider the not religious peoples evil. Nothing is about all about bad vs. good. Its so ****ing ignorant to even think in that way. It might be the truth in bad Hollywood movies, "There are basically negative and positive forces in this universe. You must relinquish AUTHORITY over your life to one or the other, but can not supress your inner power to a neutral state, or you wont grow." Grow in what way? "By relinquishing Authority over your life to God, you literally yeild positive results and abundance in prosperity thats real, and as Will says, yields happy endings that are lasting. " Yes. All people who believe in good gets happy endings. Here are some examples: The jews in the 40's, the millions of people in Christian countries in Africa that has been killed by pope John Paul II. I think I keep the authority over myself to myself, or perhaps to Fidel Castro, a man who truley has helped his people grow. Interesting that he is one of few dictators who is not religious... "likewise, if you choose to relinquish authority/ or your 'power' to evil, you may also gain abundance in material things, but happiness or fruitfulness won't yield longevity, because it didnt come from God. Its all about Bad Vs Good. " What is evil? Satan? If I dont become a satanist I'm not evil? Personally I'm sure there are nothing as simple as bad or good, except maybe for that sandwich I made yesterday, that was really bad. I think the bread was a bit old. Not even Hitler was all bad. Not even Nelson Mandela is all good. Pfft. Leave your house. See the world. How old are you? 40? Time to see the world and learn how it works. Time to quit all this redundance and to see beyond good and bad. Its the thinking of a five year old, "its all about good and bad". And that good would come from God and bad from "evil"... thats a bit dittleidoo. But hey, maybe I should feel bad for you as I do with Ned Flanders, Rod and Todd.
  7. I have yet to see it, but it sounds like something I would like. I like slow movies.
  8. What do you think about Pharcyde

    I love their two firsts CDs. All of the tracks on those are my favorites, kinda. Passing Me By is really good though, kinda in its own class.
  9. Normally, I post things in the Lerkot music-topic. But since this is our first music video, I just need to post it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpcDpUnXeLc
  10. Ive been listening to Pharcyde a lot recently. Thats a really good hiphop group, their first CD is very jazzy. This is definitely one of my favorite hiphop groups, but what do you guys think? You like em?
  11. Faces Behind Post III

    Yeah... and I dont live to far from Belgium... mohahahaha.
  12. BNF 2K7

    Id like to hear it.
  13. Seems its been taken down?
  14. Im writing an article right now where I write about olden but golden players in football (soccer). In the article, I am going to pick two teams: one with players playing today at 40 or older and one with players who played on a pretty high level until their 40s. I got a few players but I need more. Todays squad so far: Keepers: Marco Ballotta (Lazio, 43 years), Gianluca Pagliuca (Ascoli, 40 years), Raimond van der Gouw (AGOVV, 44 years) more? Defenders: Alessandro Costacurta (Milan, 41 years), Roland Nilsson (GAIS's occasionally playing manager, 44 years) Midfielders: ? Attackers: Teddy Sheringham (West Ham, soon 41 years) All time (or not really, but players quitting in 1990 and onwards): Keepers: Peter Shilton (Last club Leyton Orient, played until 47), Dave Beasant (Brighton, played until 44-45) Defenders: Donato (Last club Deportivo La Coruna, played until 40)