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Last week, I randomly booted up Saints Row 2 for the hell of it. While nothing good could presumably come out of playing a year-old game that has aged so incredibly poorly, I did manage to enjoy my time with it for one particular reason. So yes, just all around yikesbut bear with me for just a second.

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Veteran Child may have been a mistake but his taste in music kind of slapped. Generation X was home to a lot of early s punk, emo and alternative music, which would end up not just defining my tastes but awakening me to music in general. Ah, to be a baby again. It should be noted at some point that for the uninitiated, Saints Row 2 is not about this music at all.

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Generation X is just one of the stations you can listen to on your way to where you eventually wreak havoc. The stuff that came in my windows from outside when I was were acts like G-Unit or Tego Calderon. So you can then imagine how particularly shocking it was for me to find that music like MCR or Deftones had a place in what was, for better and for worse, a representation of the hood in Saints Row 2 and maybe even my life.

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Because at least in my real life, that never really felt true. Until my Saints Row 2 revelation, I was musically agnostic. The music I knew was what everyone around me liked. I had no control over the radio in my house, for example.

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My mom did, and the house reflected that. Bachata and salsa played while she cooked or cleaned.

Saints row 2 dancing

On Sundays, I went to church and sang every hymn in the book, and belted them, too. I wanted to sing and I loved music, but I was young and had no idea what it was that I wanted to throw my voice behind. The one domain in my house nobody ever messed with me over was the TV. It was wonderful, save for the fact I had no way to capture it. Generation X became the closest thing I had to a music player of my own until I got my first iPod the following year, and you can probably guess what some of the first songs I put on it were.

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From that iPod to the next and eventually my phones and the streaming services on them, that era and those particular songs have always been with me in some shape or another. Moises Taveras is an intern for Paste Magazine and the managing editor of his college newspaper, the Brooklyn College Vanguard. Share Tweet Submit Pin. Tags s emo my chemical romance panic at the disco saints row.

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