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Old 08-07-2005, 12:48 PM   #91
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She knows there is a song called Recurring Dream. :impressed:
. She is a smart girl .

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ok tim, I've got don't dream it's over & fingers of love (live) [that you gave me]

have you got any full concerts? I want more
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Sure dude, I'll have a think today what to put up and slide somthing up with the Oils tonight...

Crowded House. Best. Band. Ever.
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The rest of my stuff is mp3 sourced though... I'll probably pop up the Newcastle Jam show.

I'm trying to find somthing hillarious as the "induction" talk at the Opera house though.
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I'm trying to find somthing hillarious as the "induction" talk at the Opera house though.
I'd be interested to hear that .

I've still gotta obtain more live stuff...that area's one where I'm sorely lacking .

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Old 08-21-2005, 05:18 PM   #98
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The rest of my stuff is mp3 sourced though... I'll probably pop up the Newcastle Jam show.

I'm trying to find somthing hillarious as the "induction" talk at the Opera house though.
I don't mind MP3s for my own personal listening. All the stuff on my computer is MP3/M4A for two reasons - 1. space constraints and 2. so that Audioscrobbler logs it.

If I'm trading, I abhor MP3s, heh. I can tell the difference, but generally only at high volume on lower bitrate MP3s.

(I also need to decode that Sydney Finn show of yours and have a listen! Did you hear yourself?)
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Did you hear yourself?


In the interlude between Shark Attack & Message To My Girl... there is a whole lot of yelling, it goes quiet... then you hear a ridiculous call of "Choccie!!!!" plain as day... it wierded me out the first few times I heard it.

PS: My accent sounds quiet like an Australian :cut: :bleed:
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Oh, now I have to decode it (after listening to some Shihad, who I've been meaning to play all morning but haven't yet! It's those Finn Brothers stopping me!). Ah, sigh, accents. Some Kiwis reckon I'm sounding more like an Aussie now, while Aussies still say I sound very Kiwi.

I also think one of us needs to do a Kiwi Music Appreciation thread. Sound like a good idea?
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Genius idea.
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find anything yet tim?
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I've found ysi currently has no interest in allowing me to upload anything.

I keep battling on.

I haven't forgotten dude.
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A bit of CH live action boys & girls.

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Cool, timothius! Will be downloading it upon my return home from class today .

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