When I first looked for music to accompany this report I (of course, which will become apparent soon) hopped on “The U Tube” and searched bouldering music. I was immediately bombarded with playlists, containing shitty loud dubstep (not even good dubstep) as well as those far-too well used songs we have heard in every boulder film ever. Instead I have gone searching a-far and found this little gem.
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Now that that’s out of the way, I give to you, the REAL version. I have taken the liberty (and as such disobey Jonny’s explicit orders) of writing this, the true events that occurred throughout. Let us begin with a song which will resonate with many of you (you all know who you are) who were not the most……dignified of people.
DISCLAIMER: A tradition of recent has been to have no photos of freshers’ trip, to avoid embarrassment. In keeping with this, I shall remove most of the names associated with the more shameful acts performed.
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So I have been commissioned by our benevolent President Jonny to write the official trip report, and so I shall begin with the token song of my choice to fit the mood of the whole affair.
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We begin today with some more……well lets just say this music is NOT the same theme that has been running in most of the reports so far. But it does give you all a greater appreciation for my varied, if somewhat questionable music preferences.
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Today’s music is taken from the classical collection of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky the Russian composer, born in 1840, he quickly became a star in musical circles. Sadly his career tapered off after his death in 1893, but has seen a resurgence since he released this little number in 2015
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For this chilled out day I feel a chilled out song is appropriate, enjoy.
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For today’s music, I graciously take inspiration from the ever absent (like various other role-models in my life) Mr Thomas Prebble.
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