But, I'm gonna add that bands like Paramore in no way can be called a punk band, even their early records, they were from the beginning just a pop band, nothing more.
So, this list is pretty weird and doesn't really have much to do with punk music even though it's presented like that. Let me explain more reasons why I think sometimes these kind of lists doesn't make sense and are kind of pointless. I will say again, if you're doing the list for fun, more power to you, have fun and make your own the most ridiculous music list in the universe.
Because if you are gonna name every record you liked from some period, you don't have to make the best 50 or list, that's just pointless.
What I'm trying to say is that these top lists usually work the best if they are limited to a certain period, town, country, label, music genre or something else for that matter. For example if I'm gonna do top 10 of 80's hardcore punk records from Boston USA, this is quite easy because I narrowed the list to a certain town, music genre and a time period. While few records are different every few years, there are those that will never leave this list like first D. So, if you wanna do your crazy top lists for your own sake, go for it!
If you are writing more serious article and making a list, think about why you think that certain band or record is important to you and why do you think that other people should listen to it. And fuck the hipster hype lists, I don't wanna hear it!
Hey Yo! Here's my end of the year post, about how I spent the and some personal stuff. While was pretty intense and filled with some personal dramas but also filled with lots of great moments was more laid back for me but it seems that this year passed faster than the first D.
And while nothing much extraordinary happened, some cool stuff still happened so let's talk about that. Mirror selfie at wagen platz, Hamburg, July This I Just Cant Stand It it I Just Cant Stand It four years how the band started and all I can say that we are not done yet and we still want to accomplish some things so we are ready for more new shows, tours and songs. The beginning of the year, actually whole past Winter was quiet and nothing much was happening with the band.
Well, we managed to do a few new songs that we are very satisfied with and often when we play local shows after some time, we usually change our set a bit, so we don't play the same set for years. At the moment we play only one song from our first tape because as I've said we don't want to play the same set for five years and that first material we did, we really played a bunch that set for the first two years of the band.
Anyway, in March and April we played two shows in Zagreb, first in Attack and the other in Surogat, both clubs inside of the Medika complex. So, after a long time we finally released new material. The before mentioned tape is a much better quality tape with our first recording from that we released that same year by ourselves on a tape.
All the people behind these label are our friends and if you can, please support their hard working DIY labels and distros. Overall it was a cool tour and we played in some cities and places that we never played before including Vilnius, Lithuania which was our farthest destination on this tour and that was also a great show. At least our friend Honza fed us, gave us place to sleep and even gave us the money from the show which he wasn't obliged to do because it wasn't his fault that we were late, but that's just the guy Honza is, a true friend and a great host.
It was nice to hang out at his place and catch up about stuff. While most of the shows were pretty cool on this tour, we talked a lot on this tour about how it's getting harder to book the tour during Summer especially in central part of the Europe and especially in July.
We came to conclusion that maybe we could skip Summer tour the next year, but that's something we still need to talk about more as bands and see what we'll do next year. I almost forgot one bad thing that happened to me during this tour. During The Truth set in Warsaw, somehow I hit myself in the right eye with a drum stick and it was pretty bad.
For the rest of the tour my eye was quite fucked up and I could't see properly on the right eye. After the tour my eye recovered so you won't get rid of me for quite some time, haha! By the way, thanks again to everyone who helped us with the Summer tour, we truly appreciate it. Hanging out in Vilnius, Lithuania, before the show. Somewhere in Poland. After the I Just Cant Stand It tour, Rules had a few quiet months until October when we played a weekend at I Just Cant Stand It in Rijeka and at Nigdjezemska in Zadar both in Croatiatwo DIY places that are still going strong and that you should definitely check 'em out if you are playing or just visiting Croatia.
Those both shows were great and it was nice to see some friends and familiar people after long time. Playing at both of those fests was great, we played with some awesome bands and of course, got to see some friends and hang out.
Other times, our dislike of discomfort keeps us from even approaching new or challenging situations. I want you to think back to the last time your cannots came out full force. Are you still standing despite the large pile of work you had to sort through?
If you are, then logically it is not true to say that you cannot stand the situation, because you did. This is where the important distinction lies. In an overwhelming situation you may not want to cleanup the large mess in your bedroom, but even though you do not want to, you are perfectly capable of doing so. Thus, by convincing yourself otherwise, you are not only preventing yourself from cleaning-up and checking that item off your to-do list, but you are also becoming more disturbed by the situation than need be.
This similar sensation occurs when we force ourselves to engage in activities outside of our comfort zone. The discomfort we may feel before engaging in a new experience may actually be a lot worse than the situation itself.
Joh ESV "For God so loved the world, I Just Cant Stand It, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. Let us not forget what it ways in 1Co Let a person examine himself, then, and so eat of the bread and drink of the cup. Also, we read in 1Co Cleanse out the old leaven that you may be a new lump, as you really are unleavened.
For Christ, our Passover lamb, has been sacrificed. For those baptized consider and recall the covenant we made at baptism and our acceptance of the sacrifice of Christ. If not baptized consider the need to find strength and hope in what Christ has already done for us.
Let me begin to draw this to a close. First, if any of us have deep-seated issues, seek wise counsel, let us each review and evaluate our spiritual walk. Consider the nature of man as we saw in Cain and Abel and which we can all too often see in others and ourselves.
But come to realize that we are admonished to forgive others, forgive self for errors of our ways. Remember that God does forgive us upon repentance as we strive against this mortal flesh.
Each of us is freed from the debt that is incurred. Too often we hear of people God cannot forgive me - my sin is too great. We mistakenly place our sins well above the sacrifice of our Savior, Christ that is the ultimate of defeatism! Eventually he returned to Manhattan at about age Following high school and three years in military service, he moved to Arizona where he eventually started a career with General Electric and Honeywell in the machine shop and chemistry and quality control laboratory.
Skip to main content. How has your week been? Anger and bitterness can weigh us down for years. But we are encouraged to bear with it and even reconcile as able. From the time of Cain killing Abel, mankind has been beset with serious negative and dysfunctional human relations. Consider these things as we prepare for the Passover.
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