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Old 04-23-2008, 01:23 AM   #541
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OMGGGGGGGGGGGGG listen to them!!!!!!

LISTEN TO NIGHTMARE STAMPEEEEEEDE

i requested it when i saw tim in february and he asked who said that! for some reason, i consider that my shining tim moment, over meeting him last may
And did he play at least a bit of it?

And I'll give the collections a play later this evening, hopefully. I do hope Mr Catalyst has no cheesy eighties shit like those backing vocals, because I feel like there's a good song hidden inside Spiritual Hunger.
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And did he play at least a bit of it?

And I'll give the collections a play later this evening, hopefully. I do hope Mr Catalyst has no cheesy eighties shit like those backing vocals, because I feel like there's a good song hidden inside Spiritual Hunger.
no! he laughed, asked who requested it (i raised my hand proudly), and he explained to the audience that nightmare stampede is a fifteen minute song with lots of chord changes, etc. i didn't even WANT to hear it, i just wanted to see if he'd play it

lol no, it's still 80s sounding, but there's no backing vocals. well, i think maybe tim does his own backing vocals, but no female ones.
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YOU HAVE NEVER HEARD ABOUT NOVELTY ACT??!?!?!?!!??!?!?!?
No, what?
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No, what?
phil's first solo album in like 20 years

hold on, let me find a video for one of the songs on youtube

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no! he laughed, asked who requested it (i raised my hand proudly), and he explained to the audience that nightmare stampede is a fifteen minute song with lots of chord changes, etc. i didn't even WANT to hear it, i just wanted to see if he'd play it

lol no, it's still 80s sounding, but there's no backing vocals. well, i think maybe tim does his own backing vocals, but no female ones.
That's awesome. I loved when Neil would call for requests on the Finn Brothers tour in 2005. I called for Kare Kare but I think I was a bit too far back to be heard. He paid an Angel's Heap request from somebody in the front few rows.
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That's awesome. I loved when Neil would call for requests on the Finn Brothers tour in 2005. I called for Kare Kare but I think I was a bit too far back to be heard. He paid an Angel's Heap request from somebody in the front few rows.
he didn't ask for requests in nashville. but who would've requested anything with the perfect setlist we got
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I need to go shopping. I don't want to. Feeling laaaaazy.
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I need to go shopping. I don't want to. Feeling laaaaazy.
then dooooooon't.
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then dooooooon't.
But there's a really good special on this week. And I've run out of chips to snack on when I stay up to 3am to watch demented Indian cricket.
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But there's a really good special on this week. And I've run out of chips to snack on when I stay up to 3am to watch demented Indian cricket.
so go tomorrow. stay and chat with meeeeeee :whine:
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