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  1. Jul 24,  · Kramer Forum I- Spector lovers take note Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by brett, Mar 6, Mar 6, #1. brett Supporting only reason for sale is I am after another one of those basses with the butterfly - these Kramer Forum I's are not to be confused with the Forum IIIs- the Forum Is are very rare and.
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  3. May 04,  · I like metal a lot but why so popular all a sudden I think metal appeals to young males because the agression in the music matches their testosterone levels. of music or its the hardest I like a lot of obscure metal and a lot of popular stuff but why does noone ever listen to jazz blues punk gothic country or just normal rock music I.
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