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Old 09-06-2007, 03:35 AM   #91
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In my hunt for MWP photos I found a pic of Peter with a beard. And it's one hell of a huge ass beard!!

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Old 09-06-2007, 04:20 AM   #93
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He's a hairy beast, ain't he?
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Old 09-06-2007, 10:01 PM   #94
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Ya know, he looks a bit Peter Buck-ish there, when Mr Buck was featuring the face fungus. Oooh, I've never been a Koppes chick, does this mean I may have to betray MWP?
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I was really into The Church for a few months in my first year of undergraduate in 1999. I had the 1988 album (Milky Way could have been awesome except for the Gaelic-influenced bridge and the last song started out really well.) and bought the 1992 and 1994 ones. They went from obsessions of mine to losing favor. I found the lyrics too wordy and not very interesting. That's just me though.
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In my hunt for MWP photos I found a pic of Peter with a beard. And it's one hell of a huge ass beard!!


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ummmm .. i can't think of anything else to say
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Old 09-13-2007, 05:07 AM   #97
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Since it's now September 13 in both the US and Australia I'll now make my Happy Birthday Steve! post. And how better to celebrate than with pics....ok there are better ways to celebrate, but those aren't possible on here, so pics it is.

As a pretty young pup


Gold Afternoon Fix era


Late 2003 -- Gone South Festival


Also late 2003 at Gone South festival
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Old 09-13-2007, 05:11 AM   #98
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Hot (literally!) Steve -- early 2007


on 2006 US tour. In Florida


in Praha 2007 wearing his Please Smoke Ganja shirt.


also in Praha 2007
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wow ... I'm REALLY liking this photo at the moment!

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Old 09-15-2007, 03:59 AM   #100
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(Belated) happy birthday, the contrary old fart!
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Old 09-15-2007, 10:30 PM   #101
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Stevo is pondering a new profession:

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then i moved into my new occupation
i review aphrodisiacs
for drugworld.org
i am the foremost aphrodisiac reviewer on earth
cmon you say
an aphrodisiac reviewer?
laugh if you want
it was around 2008
that they invented love-bites
a totally legal a-disiac
i used to write this column everyday
one day i dropped some love-bites
i was literally blown away
what were these new drugs?
who was making em?
the ingredients were fruit n flowers...
i posted an online review
its kinda famous now i guess
you see any idiot can cop a high
but not any idiot can describe it in creative language
i guess i was born to do it
anyway a few days after my first love-bites post
they contact me
would i review their products for them?
ok....
would i test drive aphrodisiacs and report in?
sure, i think i could handle that


That would sure be a job to love....
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Old 09-15-2007, 11:12 PM   #103
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I think I'm going to have to add "horny" to the title of my next Church thread.
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I was really into The Church for a few months in my first year of undergraduate in 1999. I had the 1988 album (Milky Way could have been awesome except for the Gaelic-influenced bridge and the last song started out really well.) and bought the 1992 and 1994 ones. They went from obsessions of mine to losing favor. I found the lyrics too wordy and not very interesting. That's just me though.
Sometime Anywhere, the 1994 album, wasn't particularly strong, although I do find some of the songs I never really cared for on the album do much better live. For instance I quite like Two Places At Once live (and on EMS), but never cared for it on SA. Starfish (1988) and Priest = Aura (1992) are still two of my favourite albums by anyone, not just the Church.

It's always interesting to me how the very thing switches one person off about a band/musician (or anything really I guess) can be what another loves. Much of what you dislike and find uninteresting about the Church is the very stuff I love and find fascinating.
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yes, I believe that could work quite well!


Hey, I finally bought myself a copy of the 'Deep in the Shallows' compilation CD a few days ago, to add to my collection It's an amazing collection of songs and I've been thinking it'd make a great pressie/introduction to unsuspecting friends I try so valiantly to convert!!! I LOVE the gorgeous photo's in the CD inlay
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