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Old 06-08-2008, 05:40 AM   #106
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So I ended up getting stuck in looking at restuarants on the internet and now I've discovered that there are Sudanese, South African and Jamaican restaurants in Adelaide... I can't wait to try them!
Find anything good round Melbourne? I'm beginning to get worried about Lambs...
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Nope. Pretty much I have nothing extra U2-wise but a few 00s b-sides, TJT bonus disc, and that one BBC concert from 78?
As it is, I only just got the last two albums of theirs I didn't have (October and R&H)
That BBC Concert is NOT real. Some idiot maliciously or otherwise mislabelled the early demos. Its tracks are from the April 1978 and February 1979 sessions for the most part, with odds and ends from elsewhere.
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Get him a hookah instead, U-Wen.
There were kids smoking a bong or something the other day on South Lawn at uni...
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Isn't he wearing a red stain robe in that picture?
Yep, that's the one.
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That BBC Concert is NOT real. Some idiot maliciously or otherwise mislabelled the early demos. Its tracks are from the April 1978 and February 1979 sessions for the most part, with odds and ends from elsewhere.

Jesus Christ

Well, all I care from it really anyways is Street Mission. *reminds self to retag songs later*
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There were kids smoking a bong or something the other day on South Lawn at uni...
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Find anything good round Melbourne? I'm beginning to get worried about Lambs...
Oops, sorry about that. I mean, for all I know it could be as good as you've said it is.

There is a place, called "Flora" I think? Seems to be in the city area, it's Indian and recommended.
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Intriguing...

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Well, all I care from it really anyways is Street Mission. *reminds self to retag songs later*
Oh yes, that's right, the "BBC Concert" also has the 1 November 1978 session which was officially released on iTunes as part of the Complete U2 package.

Personally, I've always maintained that The Dream Is Over and Lost On A Silent Planet (Life On A Distant Planet, The Magic Carpet, Judith, whatever you want to call it) are great songs, better than numerous songs on U2's albums. I'd rather listen to them than most of what U2's released this decade.
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Oops, sorry about that. I mean, for all I know it could be as good as you've said it is.

There is a place, called "Flora" I think? Seems to be in the city area, it's Indian and recommended.
Yep, just found it on the site. Interesting... Ax, up for curry?
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Also, a tip for those looking for good Chinese food: if there aren't many Chinese people actually eating in the place, then be very suspicious.
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"there is an extensive and (just as importantly) well priced wine list."

Well, that's got Ax's vote.
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Holy crap, there's an Indian restaurant called GAYLORD, and the strange thing is, I've actually heard of it!

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Yep, just found it on the site. Interesting... Ax, up for curry?
Not sure how keen I am on curry, partly because I probably haven't had any good curry in years upon years. Mum and Alan make curry sometimes that I rather dislike, though the rest of the family enjoys it.
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Holy crap, there's an Indian restaurant called GAYLORD, and the strange thing is, I've actually heard of it!

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When in Nashville, I made a point of photographing the Gaylord Arena.
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