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have you tried Shlitz “lately”? I do not remember the original formula as
It was so long ago my taste buds wouldn’t remember….BUT……the Shlitz
they are making now is very falvorful, more like an ale (compared to bud,
pabst and miller)
I actually meant to add that, I must have been tired when I wrote it.
Schlitz went back to their original formula, and what you buy now is
basically what they were serving “back when”. There was a time in between
however, when Schlitz was the shi….. nevermind.
They brought back the old formula about two years ago, and it’s really
I was thinking the same thing; the music sounds really good.
Let me change this: Complex chord “progressions”. The chords themselves are
mostly straight major or minor chords, but the way they progress is a lot
more interesting than your usual three-chord rock’n’roll.
why are they drinking out of a can when they have a kegger tapped?
Speaking of major chords, does anyone remember the Schlitz barbershop
quartet commercial? I loved that one. i was hoping to find it on YouTube
here, but no luck…(actually, barbershop quartets sing in the style of
what is called “dominant 7th s”)
Yeah, like any working man buys Schlitz…
Schlitz USED to make a great beer. Then they changed their formula. It
One thing: *Man*, is there some *music* going on here, in contrast to the
EXTRERM minimalism you get today which sounds like it took less time to
come up with it than to play it. Every note in every player’s part here got
serious attention. There’s a constant procession of complex chords and
melodic ideas. Derivative and outdated, yes, but at least it’s intelligent.
Where’s our version of this? (Watch us “solve” the problem as usual, by
making an inferior version of this old stuff.)
Me and my chaps called Schlitz beer, shits
The new “old” formula tastes like they put soap in the beer.
Since Buddhists “go around more than once in life,” Schlitz this isn’t the
brew for them.
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