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Old 04-06-2013, 09:22 PM   #91
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That used to be me with the show "Reno 911".....would never go out of my way to watch it, but liked it every time I did see it.

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That used to be me with the show "Reno 911".....would never go out of my way to watch it, but liked it every time I did see it.

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I have several shows like that. But now I can't think of any of them for some reason.
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Old 04-06-2013, 10:48 PM   #93
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Probably because your mind shut itself down for a few hours after "Tomato Sauce"-gate.
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Hahaha. I was right in the middle of making some pasta when he I saw that tomato sauce comment, so it hit me extra hard.
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Old 04-06-2013, 11:04 PM   #95
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Where would you guys be without me?
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Old 04-07-2013, 12:48 AM   #96
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I have several shows like that. But now I can't think of any of them for some reason.
King of the Hill for me. Of current shows, probably Workaholics.

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Wildly successful and essentially ruling the northern hemisphere. I hope you are happy about literally overthrowing the next Ottoman empire.
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Never really understood the love for Maps. It's one of their dullest (mid-tempo) ballads. I much prefer stuff like Runaway, Warrior, acoustic Turn Into You and Hysteric. Their cover of Sonic Youth's Diamond Sea is also sublime. As far as raw energy and/or funk goes, it's all about Phenomena, Machine, Sealings, Mystery Girl, Down Boy, Miles Away, Y Control, Kiss Kiss, and Honeybear. I don't think they'll ever outdo the one-two punch of Show Your Bones and Is Is (yet to hear the new album). Just blows me away.
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I don't remember making this post.
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Ooooh, I haven't heard this! What album is it on?
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I hope they don't mind a picture every now and again though. They aren't a sacred artifact.
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Please allow me to once again say how great from start to finish the IS IS EP is.
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Diamond Sea - Yeah Yeah Yeahs (Sonic Youth Cover) - YouTube

It was from a iTunes session they did. Pretty good. The original is one of my favourite songs ever and I think they did it justice.
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I can see why people may not like Buried Alive, but this is an early contender for my favorite song off the album. Even the Doctor Octagon thing fits into the sleazy, brassy vibe at the start, and the final two minutes where the song starts to quietly disassemble itself kind of nails that spindown while still being interesting, something a lot of artists can fall into the trap of just being boring after putting the riff away.
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