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Old 09-15-2003, 10:18 PM   #16
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waaaaaaait a minute girlies.
where are the fookin pics?

i wanna see pics!!
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I have no money to develop them!!!!!!!!!!!!!! oK... in a few days.
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yeah it may be Nov 1 before i am able to get my photos developed. haha
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good things come to those who wait. so my dear you will have to hold on and wait to see our fantastic photos.

*i hope my hair doesn't look like an afro in any of them* and before either one of us post any pics we are running them by eachother first before posting something bad. lol gotta love those pacts.

this will have to do for now. but when we get our photos developed it will be angel on the otherside of Damien instead of my cousin, i of course will still be in the same place next to him.
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good things come to those who wait. so my dear you will have to hold on and wait to see our fantastic photos.

*i hope my hair doesn't look like an afro in any of them* and before either one of us post any pics we are running them by eachother first before posting something bad. lol gotta love those pacts.
pics of angel and mvd
i'll have all the patience in the world
and NO you do not have a freakin afro
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i have naturally curly hair, it can be an afro when it wants to.
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http://www.boston.com/ae/music/artic...eated_emotion/

Rice's subtleties lost in overheated emotion
By Jonathan Perry, Globe Correspondent, 9/15/2003

Damien Rice
With Pedestrian
At: the Paradise, Saturday night

These days, it seems as though every other male singer-songwriter with something sensitive to say wants to be Jeff Buckley or Radiohead's Thom Yorke, only less obtuse. But that kind of histrionic sincerity is difficult to pull off, and even the most skilled new artists who try it can veer toward a deadly earnestness that becomes overbearing and precious. The heavily hyped Irish export Damien Rice is one such artist.

Buoyed by the critical buzz and swelling stateside success of his debut album, "O," which was released in Europe last year and is now a Top 10 disc on the Billboard "Top Heatseekers" chart, Rice has joined the ranks of other sensitive good guys such as John Mayer, David Gray, and Pete Yorn whose collective tremble has translated into millions of record sales. Rice is not nearly as

bland a songwriter as those artists, but during his two-hour, sold-out show at the Paradise on Saturday night, the subtlety of his poetic touch with a phrase or a feeling was often undermined by his penchant for overly emotive vocal gymnastics. Still, the gregarious Rice at least had the self-awareness to poke fun at himself in song at one point, describing himself as a "stormy little singer" in a jesting song called "Childish." Backed by a strong, versatile band consisting of Vyvienne Long on cello, Shane Fitzsimons on bass, and a drummer who goes by the single name Tomo, Rice confined himself to an amplified acoustic guitar that he tweaked with an array of electronic effects.

The band shaded the gossamer textures of set opener "The Blower's Daughter" with a hint of cello and tinge of percussion, then shifted forcefully into the seething ferment of "Volcano," painting its melody with bold, bright colors and working a muscular, insistent groove. Through it all, Rice resembled the kid brother of Dave Matthews gliding above a Hothouse Flowers din.

There were some subtle, striking moments that played to Rice's strengths as a writer, most notably a graceful, delicate reading of "Amie," whose romantic plea sounded like a meditation on cosmic change. "Older Chests," which immediately followed, held the mood captive with its finely spun lyrics about time and generations unfurling. "Older gents sit on the fence with a cap in hand, looking grand, they watch their city change," Rice sang in a gauzy voice that kept dissipating into the mystic.

Other attempts at heartfelt outpourings were not as gratifying. The matchbox twenty-esque schmaltz of "Cannonball," which began the encore, sounded ripe for a sorority mixer or a slow dance at a high school prom. A cloying "Eskimo" brought back cringe-worthy memories of a Crash Test Dummies singalong. The absence of vocalist Lisa Hannigan, who, Rice explained, was sitting out most of this tour because of "a previous obligation," actually made for one of the evening's more entertaining moments. Rice was ready to tackle Hannigan's lead vocal on "I Remember" before an audience member named Keira volunteered for the duties and was invited to join Rice onstage. With the exception of a flubbed verse (certainly understandable under the circumstances), Keira acquitted herself admirably. As did Rice and his band when they invited openers Pedestrian onstage for an inspired encore cover of Prince's "When Doves Cry" that segued into a section of Led Zeppelin's proto-power ballad "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You." The song built to a dense, furious climax before Rice made good on Zep's promise and said farewell.

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I want his album and I want to see him in concert, DAMN BEING POOR COLLEGE STUDENT!!!!

glad you guys had fun
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i am in love with him .


our new best friend

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ooh she's lovely

and she plays lovely music too
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