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Old 01-14-2003, 02:39 PM   #16
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I've never been into them, but I went to a concert of theirs last month and have never been more bored in my life.
I agree.

I used to like them till I went to their concert. And was it gawd awful boring. I still like some of their old songs, but I just got turned off with the band and their audience. People can, for all I care, smoke pot and drink during shows, just don't push and fall on me.
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DMB....writes some amazing songs. Awesome love songs....... I really liked them before they became popular. I do not like there recent music as much as the older music. Crash is a FANTASTIC album: Two Step, Crash, Proudest Monkey #41, Lie In Our Graves, the entire album is great. As is most of their other work. I really do not understand what most U2 fans have against DMB?

I understand if you do not like his voice and I kinda get the college frat thing, but with that said, to undermine him or the band as not worth a salt makes no sense to me. They write awesome music and in my opinion a lot of you are missing out.
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"Live from Luther College" with Tim Reynolds is amazing.
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Old 01-14-2003, 04:07 PM   #19
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"Live from Luther College" with Tim Reynolds is amazing. [/B]
Very Much so.......
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"Live from Luther College" with Tim Reynolds is amazing.
Definitely. #41 is gorgeous, and even though it's not one of my favorites of their's, I just can't help getting into it when they play What Would You Say - especially the breakdown in the middle. It's one of my favorite albums, actually.

DMB's earlier stuff is much better than their more recent stuff. The last few singles they've put out are amazingly boring for a band that put out #41, Two Step, Too Much, Ant's Marching, Lie In Our Graves, etc.
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"...and in other news, studies have shown that the number of pot users in 2002 equaled the number of people who bought dave matthews band's new album in 2002..."

j/k.
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Heh. For the record, I've never smoked pot.

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I believe I was smoking pot when my boyfriend brought "Boy" home in 1980, and that ain't all but that's another story....

Anyway, Diemen, I agree 100%. "Live from Luther College" is my feel-good-in-the-car record. I put that baby on, crank it up, and everything's alright in my world. That acoustic guitar stuff is just the best! I prefer all the versions on that record than the original studio recordings.
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That's about how I feel about DMB, but I never went to a concert. I HATED Everyday and vowed never to listen to them ever again.
1. Thanks guys fer straightening out the pot thing...THANK GOD since he's got a family and all now... didn't he have twin girls or something? anyway

2. Glenn Ballard screwed them over on "Everyday." And DMB was also screwed over on "busted Stuff." The Lillywhite Sessions are much much better.
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Old 01-14-2003, 06:55 PM   #26
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what's funny is that, on the singles anyway, if you take out the violin and sax, it doesn't make a difference at all.

and those guys probably live in mansions.
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And DMB was also screwed over on "busted Stuff." The Lillywhite Sessions are much much better.[/FONT] [/COLOR]

As far as I was aware, "Busted Stuff" is essentially The Lillywhite Sessions.
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DMB is OK, but kind of boring. I'd certainly rather hear them on the radio than a lot of other stuff that's popular right now, but I've never had the slightest urge to buy one of their albums.
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As far as I was aware, "Busted Stuff" is essentially The Lillywhite Sessions.
yes more or less minus a song or two
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I'm glad to know I'm not going to get flamed and some of you feel the same way So they may be talented as musicians but I don't like any of the songs, or the style of their music, and I cannot BEAR his whiney voice! He is also so ugly and gross looking I can't stand to look at him. He is perhaps at his most disgusting barefoot in concert uke: I don't understand the 'pot' thing though, usually, pot is connected to much cooler dudes than that dork and much harder music
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