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Old 02-20-2011, 07:57 PM   #61
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I only know of hers because she (they?) was on an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, playing at The Bronze.

The song she played had a chorus that went "I know we are, we are the lucky ones," something like that. Is that the same song you mention?
I forgot about that episode! yeah that's the song. I couldn't remember the episode anymore so I checked wikipedia and it says it was a dance remix of the song. I'll have to pop in the episode again and listen. Was she actually in the episode too? It's been a while since I've seen it! (or listened to the Bif album for that matter)
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Dance remix? I'm pretty sure it was slow and underscoring some big serious moment.

Yeah, it was her and her band playing on the show.
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when i saw this thread was five pages long, i really expected shouter and IWB to be trading posts.

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Uhh...

has anyone heard of Europop? I mean, you've all heard Eiffel 65's "Blue". But that was my first album as a youngster.
i still have this album. actually, i may have thrown it out, along with Five's Invincible (which had about 72 tracks on it, most of them 10 seconds of silence each). I FUCKING LOVED IT back in the day. Blue Da Ba Dee was great. and i loved The Edge ("i been to the edge, yes i been to the edge...). but it's pretty terrible looking back.

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well that is easily the best album title i've ever seen.
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She's Canadian, so we all had our fill of her over the years
I'll bet the name of the artist is teasingly misleading.

I hope you didn't buy one of her albums based on the promise of hot CD booklet photography.
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i am surely the only one who owns (or owned, think i threw them out) these singles:





which i got on the promise of hot photos.
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Dance remix? I'm pretty sure it was slow and underscoring some big serious moment.

Yeah, it was her and her band playing on the show.
I need to watch again and check it out. Maybe I saw some incorrect info.
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It's entirely possible Wikipedia is just wrong.
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when i saw this thread was five pages long, i really expected shouter and IWB to be trading posts.



i still have this album. actually, i may have thrown it out, along with Five's Invincible (which had about 72 tracks on it, most of them 10 seconds of silence each). I FUCKING LOVED IT back in the day. Blue Da Ba Dee was great. and i loved The Edge ("i been to the edge, yes i been to the edge...). but it's pretty terrible looking back.



well that is easily the best album title i've ever seen.

Yeah that's my initial thought... it's only good because it's nostalgic. It probably sounds like trash to the normal person

My Console heh.
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Reverend Horton Heat was fairly well known. As was Tripping Daisy. They had a string of 'hits' in the mid 90s
I wasn't trying to imply that Tripping Daisy and Rev. Horton Heat were completely unheard of. Just that the Deep Ellum bands aren't household names like Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, etc. that broke out of Seattle.
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Does my notable collection of Russian language rock albums fit this thread?

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i still have this album. actually, i may have thrown it out, along with Five's Invincible (which had about 72 tracks on it, most of them 10 seconds of silence each). I FUCKING LOVED IT back in the day. Blue Da Ba Dee was great. and i loved The Edge ("i been to the edge, yes i been to the edge...). but it's pretty terrible looking back.
Oh god, I actually got that lying around somewhere. Used to listen to it often when I was 6/7 years old.
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I love that Mumford and Sons album. Love it.
Glad to know I'm not alone.
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A lot of people do and that's cool. I personally can't stand them, but nobody gives a shit. I think it's partly just fun to trash them because of the name. Sort of like Beady Eye
I'm not sure where all the hatred came from. They seemed pretty well liked on the forum when the album first came out. I don't mean to point the hipster finger here or anything, but it seems like they only got to be so hated around these parts after they made it big.

That's just, like, how I saw it though, if someone wants to point out that I was wrong, feel free, I could very well be.



As for the topic at hand. If anyone else on this board owns this album, and knows how fucking good it is, we're going to need to talk further:

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I don't own the album but I LOVE that movie.
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I wasn't trying to imply that Tripping Daisy and Rev. Horton Heat were completely unheard of. Just that the Deep Ellum bands aren't household names like Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, etc. that broke out of Seattle.
The guitar player from Tripping Daisy is now with Secret Machines.
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I don't own the album but I LOVE that movie.
It's a great movie, helped by how fucking off the charts that score is.
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