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Old 04-04-2008, 09:11 PM   #961
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Screwtape, do you have the whole 1. Outside album? That was a fine track, I'd be interested in hearing some more of that.
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I at least am interested in hearing another Porcupine Tree track. I heard my first today through Screwtape's list. I enjoyed it.
Heh, I wonder how many people on earth have been introduced to PT via The Moon Touches Your Shoulder. Probably zero!

It's a fantastic song though.
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Yeah. I was surprised by that too.
It's a really, really good song. I like me some Porcupine Tree.
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I'll create him a David Bowie pack if he makes me a Porcupine Tree pack. Deal? Deal.
I might have to send you some tracks to make that a true David Bowie pack. 90's Bowie will be represented.
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Axver and I have the same one on ours!
I'm trying to figure out how Collapse The Light Into Earth is meant to fit with the way you've hyped up your tracklist. I would have thought you'd be far more likely to use something like Trains or Pure Narcotic or She's Moved On.
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Forgive me if I disappear, I'm half paying attention to the thread, and half writing lyrics.
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Heh, I wonder how many people on earth have been introduced to PT via The Moon Touches Your Shoulder. Probably zero!

It's a fantastic song though.
It really is. And this is why I'm seriously thinking of going over to Amazon and getting that album via digital download right now.
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I'll create him a David Bowie pack if he makes me a Porcupine Tree pack. Deal? Deal.
I'm going to have to make a PT pack that's permanently online. I just have trouble narrowing down what should be in it.

As for Bowie, I believe COBL_04's actually doing a mix CD for me that he'll give me at U2 3D.
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I might have to send you some tracks to make that a true David Bowie pack. 90's Bowie will be represented.
I don't have much pre-Hunky Dory Bowie or post-Berlin Bowie.
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It's a really, really good song. I like me some Porcupine Tree.
Oh, it's a great song. Just one that I would guess multiple people would choose.
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I'm trying to figure out how Collapse The Light Into Earth is meant to fit with the way you've hyped up your tracklist. I would have thought you'd be far more likely to use something like Trains or Pure Narcotic or She's Moved On.
It's on the Earth vinyl which is darker and more, well, earthy.
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I'm going to have to make a PT pack that's permanently online. I just have trouble narrowing down what should be in it.

As for Bowie, I believe COBL_04's actually doing a mix CD for me that he'll give me at U2 3D.
Screwtape, LeMel, LMP, and I should all be involved in the creation of that mix.
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I don't have much pre-Hunky Dory Bowie or post-Berlin Bowie.
You're not missing much by ignoring everything after 1980, but I've always liked Reality, and Outside is a very respectable record, at least what I've heard from it.
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It really is. And this is why I'm seriously thinking of going over to Amazon and getting that album via digital download right now.
You better like long songs though. The title track isn't exactly short.

I wonder what edition of the album Amazon has? Its release is rather confusing.
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