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Old 07-25-2008, 11:19 PM   #346
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Old 07-25-2008, 11:19 PM   #347
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I dont' think I'll be finding any locations known as bono_212


Plus we def. need to go to one of the places in Ireland
Yes, but not only is there likely to be plenty of places called Ashley, but 1. I know where one is in New Zealand and 2. I've been to it.
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Old 07-25-2008, 11:20 PM   #348
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Old 07-25-2008, 11:22 PM   #349
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I was hoping to find a place called the Sar Chasm today, as I thought that would make a great name for this thread. However, doesn't seem to exist.
Oh, that would be AWESOME if you could find somewhere with that name.

I wonder if there's a Dis Gorge ...
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Hmm a band called Power Quest

and they're power metal

What're the odds

On Napalm Records?



They must be shuffling priorities.. I don't recall them being such a power metal stronghold.

They all sound the same, those bands.

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DOL

Being bummed is a damn pain in the.. bum...
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Actually, I always thought ten bucks was alot.. but then you factor in what you get with it. Great big chicken boob smothered in BBQ sauce, buns, cole flaw err I mean slaw.. then I even think there's a some kind of dessert. Supports the village anyway. Tomorrow is the big parade, whee. Nothing like shutting down the only main road into the vicinity for some sillyness. Any emergencies will have to wait until after the parade is over
Oh, and I was going to say, this reminded me of my hometown, with the Christmas parades just ... straight through the centre of town on all the main streets. Forget, you know, actually getting anywhere. But the one year my drama club was in it and I got to ride on their float was fun!
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This is why you're two times better than Ashley.
Only 2?
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Hmm a band called Power Quest

and they're power metal

What're the odds

On Napalm Records?



They must be shuffling priorities.. I don't recall them being such a power metal stronghold.

They all sound the same, those bands.

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Ah, power metal stereotypes. There is no way a band called Power Quest could be anything BUT cheesy power metal.

But yeah, Napalm Records? I didn't think they did that sort of stuff.
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I have to say I'm really getting tired of so many bands getting into the operatic metal. When Nightwish first got into it, it was so fresh.. but now every band is adding a woman into it.. or a man that sounds like a woman
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Ok...so I've come to a problem *buckle yourselves in for a long story*

So, years and years ago, when I used to download a LOT of music (way before I ever got in trouble), I once was searching for songs from the Joe Dirt soundtrack, when a song called "Paradise" by The BoDeans popped up. I hadn't heard the song in the film, and was curious what it was, so I downloaded it. Well I quickly figured out that it was 1. A fantastic song, 2. Not from the Joe Dirt soundtrack at all, 3. Live. Searching for evidence that such a song existed proved fruitless. So now, I decide, well I'll just throw it on my DI list, and just see what I can find, maybe somewhere out there is a studio version. Well folks...5, 6 years later, I've finally discovered where the song is from (let's just say I sucked the first time I tried, and haven't really tried so hard since then). I bought the studio version of the song off of Amazon...and guess what folks. It sucks. It's got like, all these synthesizers in it, and, I know I'm the last person people expect to say this, but it's killing the song. The live performance is acoustic. So now I can't decide. Do I use the live version? (Officially released on an album called Joe Dirt Car, hence why I found it in the first place) But if I do, I have to deal with :gasp: APPLAUSE at the end. But also an interesting lead into another song I don't know...just putting that random piece of info out there.
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I have to say I'm really getting tired of so many bands getting into the operatic metal. When Nightwish first got into it, it was so fresh.. but now every band is adding a woman into it.. or a man that sounds like a woman
Oh god, it's so fucking boring. I'm sick of how it seems that any woman in metal is just going to be used for some operatic/symphonic/goth metal style. Fuck it if she can do anything else; just warble as high as you can!

That's why, even though I don't dig Arch Enemy's music al lthat much, I at least appreciate them because they're a female-fronted metal band not doing the usual shit.
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I would go for the version that you liked so much :shurg:
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