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17th July 2012
bobby
i used to quite like bob marley. while i was never a massive fan i still enjoyed both the music and myth that came with the man. unfortunately this has changed since my time in south america. i don't think it's an exaggeration to say that i've heard his songs at least once a week in every place that i've travelled - and i don't know how much more i can take. i had a similar reaction to over-saturation in my last job. we used to bring our ipods into the office and took it in turns to stick on an album as we worked. there was a recurring lack of variety and an artist that i either didn't mind, or worse liked a lot, would get played to death. not that i'm above this, i have a collection of artists that i play far more than others, but at least i have the ability to control my ipod and mix it up when i want. it's a different story when a bunch of hippies stick the same five bob marley songs on an endless loop. there's a reason i don't listen to the radio - unfortunately most hostels in south america are stuck on hippy fm.

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17/07/2012
bobby
i used to quite like bob marley. while i was never a massive fan i still enjoyed both the music and myth that came with the man. unfortunately this has changed since my time in south america. i don't think it's an exaggeration to say that i've heard his songs at least once a week in every place that i've travelled - and i don't know how much more i can take. i had a similar reaction to over-saturation in my last job. we used to bring our ipods into the office and took it in turns to stick on an album as we worked. there was a recurring lack of variety and an artist that i either didn't mind, or worse liked a lot, would get played to death. not that i'm above this, i have a collection of artists that i play far more than others, but at least i have the ability to control my ipod and mix it up when i want. it's a different story when a bunch of hippies stick the same five bob marley songs on an endless loop. there's a reason i don't listen to the radio - unfortunately most hostels in south america are stuck on hippy fm.

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