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I'm really digging this stuff. It's making me want to explore more of the post-rock/prog-rock stuff my friend burned me an mp3 disc of (Green Carnation is one of the bands). Oh, and your copy of Time skipped on my computer--could just be the mediafire.
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In those pictures you or Jen posted last night of four of you going to U23D, who were the other two girls besides Jen? I didn't read too closely as I was skimming and doing homework.
Ali and cin, Ali being the tall one.
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Anyway, Axver, the songs I liked most out of your playlist so far are the ones by Martin Phillips and Ride.
Cool. Martin Phillipps is the lead singer of The Chills, who I've used numerous times before.
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Ali and cin, Ali being the tall one.
Ah, for some reason I suspected that was her, but I didn't know who the other one was. I was wondering if maybe it was gluey. But cool. Anyway, I think it's the hair, but you sorta look a bit like early 80s Adam.
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Cool. Martin Phillipps is the lead singer of The Chills, who I've used numerous times before.
I might have to check them out.
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I'm really digging this stuff. It's making me want to explore more of the post-rock/prog-rock stuff my friend burned me an mp3 disc of (Green Carnation is one of the bands). Oh, and your copy of Time skipped on my computer--could just be the mediafire.
You definitely should. With Green Carnation, they change style every album - that song is from their acoustic one, but another album features a single song, 60:06 long, that's just a huge prog metal epic.

On my copy of Time, there is a small blip at one point. No matter what I do, I can't get rid of it when I copy from my CD to the computer. Must be on the CD. I've never actually played the CD on anything other than my computer to see what it sounds like though!
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Ah, for some reason I suspected that was her, but I didn't know who the other one was. I was wondering if maybe it was gluey. But cool. Anyway, I think it's the hair, but you sorta look a bit like early 80s Adam.
gluey's on the wrong side of the Tasman Sea.

And my hair was much longer a week ago! It drove me nuts so I got it chopped.
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You definitely should. With Green Carnation, they change style every album - that song is from their acoustic one, but another album features a single song, 60:06 long, that's just a huge prog metal epic.
Jake generally knows the style of music I'll dig, so I'd almost assume without even looking that it's probably their acoustic one. But once DI is over (or I've listened to everyone's playlists once) I'll make sure to get that stuff in. I'll list it on here one day to see what you've heard of it, and suggestions as to the order in which I import it.

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That sucks. I hate it when that happens.
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gluey's on the wrong side of the Tasman Sea.

And my hair was much longer a week ago! It drove me nuts so I got it chopped.
At one point I had shoulder length hair:



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The longest my hair ever was can be seen in that well-known picture of me from Auckland II on U2VT. Bloody hell that was nuts.
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I'm off to meet a couple of friends for lunch. See you folk in a bit.
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