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Old 03-27-2008, 02:42 AM   #376
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One girl I knew in high school was a Mormon. Arguably the most attractive girl at the school too. She left during grade 11 to go on a mission trip to Auckland. All I could think was "WTF? Why the hell would you go to Auckland? Aren't you missionaries meant to go to Africa or something?"

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Ax I'm really liking this! My 8yr old even came out to ask what I'm listening too as she really likes it too!
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Dressing well and pretending to be Mormon, just to see what sort of reaction I'd get.
The dressing well part doesn't work, trust me. I dress well and the girls aren't throwing themselves at me.

I have too much dignity to pretend to be Mormon!
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Now onto Trains.....
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So who are PT and where are they from?
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The dressing well part doesn't work, trust me. I dress well and the girls aren't throwing themselves at me.

I have too much dignity to pretend to be Mormon!
I don't. I post here.

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Ax I'm really liking this! My 8yr old even came out to ask what I'm listening too as she really likes it too!
Awesome!

Sending three more tracks now.
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I don't. I post here.


FTW!
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Awesome!

Sending three more tracks now.

They're nothing like I imagined, but then I don't know what I imagined!! I'm pleasantly surprised to say the least......new songs for my ipod
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So who are PT and where are they from?
Porcupine Tree started out in the late eighties as a fictitious joke band, the creation of Steven Wilson, an Englishman from Hemel Hempstead outside London. He came up with this fake seventies prog rock band, "the legendary Porcupine Tree", and decided to record and distribute some material to give this fake band an air of authenticity.

As it happened, some people in the music underground actually thought what he was doing was fairly interesting, and he recorded more. Initially it was really experimental, avantgarde stuff, but Steven Wilson's songwriting developed quickly and after recording the first album, Up The Downstair (from 1993) on his own, he turned Porcupine Tree into a proper band to play live. The band quickly became a proper band, rather than just Steven Wilson with backing musicians, and SW doesn't always get his own way (for example, the song Christenings from his side project Blackfield was originally meant to be on PT's Deadwing album, but the rest of the band over-ruled him).
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ooh the clapping (it is clapping isn't it) bit during Trains is different! This is really cool!
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Porcupine Tree started out in the late eighties as a fictitious joke band, the creation of Steven Wilson, an Englishman from Hemel Hempstead outside London. He came up with this fake seventies prog rock band, "the legendary Porcupine Tree", and decided to record and distribute some material to give this fake band an air of authenticity.

As it happened, some people in the music underground actually thought what he was doing was fairly interesting, and he recorded more. Initially it was really experimental, avantgarde stuff, but Steven Wilson's songwriting developed quickly and after recording the first album, Up The Downstair (from 1993) on his own, he turned Porcupine Tree into a proper band to play live. The band quickly became a proper band, rather than just Steven Wilson with backing musicians, and SW doesn't always get his own way (for example, the song Christenings from his side project Blackfield was originally meant to be on PT's Deadwing album, but the rest of the band over-ruled him).
That's really cool! How did you find them?
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Onto Piano Lessons now!
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OK, so, one of the three more PT songs I'm sending is Waiting (Phase One). It's from 1996's Signify album, and is probably the most conventional song there. I think it sounds really great, and Ali thinks some of the guitarwork is especially Edge-like. I can't say I disagree with her.
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