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Old 04-20-2008, 01:42 AM   #766
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It seems like you all hate the Interferers that love you most... it's like we pass right through this thread like a ghost. They're looking for you, but your spirit is off in the air somewhere. Maybe you're nowhere...

Desperation is some kind of tender trap. It gets me every time... I put my fingers to this keyboard to stop the lie.

I've spent so much time in here that my skin is growing pale like Axver's, and I'm screaming like an angel for your attention. I feel like you're all making me watch you from above... but I think I need you guys. Like a drug or something.
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Old 04-20-2008, 01:42 AM   #767
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Can you give me a breakdown of which parts are meant to be which "bands"?

The first one is, frankly, really cool.
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I'm sorry, but after waiting too long for the guy to clear his throat, I had to skip the Agalloch song.

It's my Tumbling Dice.
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Y'all. I think that somewhere in this thread we crossed the line. Who pushed us over? I know it doesn't matter to you all... but it matters to me.

We're cut adrift here in OOC, but I guess we're still floating. To be honest... I think I'm only hanging on to watch my post count go up instead of down.

I really disappeared into this thread, but you all disappeared from me. I gave you guys everything you ever wanted, but apparently it wasn't what you wanted.
Nicely done.

Somebody's not into the DI talk though, I take it?
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Old 04-20-2008, 01:44 AM   #770
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I'm sorry, but after waiting too long for the guy to clear his throat, I had to skip the Agalloch song.

It's my Tumbling Dice.
Psh, at least get to the "it is this grandeur that protects the spirit within" part that's sung cleanly.

Or Ravva will hurt you.
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Old 04-20-2008, 01:44 AM   #771
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Can you give me a breakdown of which parts are meant to be which "bands"?

The first one is, frankly, really cool.
First track = progressive rock band Monolithic Eyeball of The Silmarillion

Second track = death metal trio Octavium

Third track = Icelandic post-rock band Ue˜Ú

Fourth track = indie rock band Haimerej
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Old 04-20-2008, 01:45 AM   #772
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Psh, at least get to the "it is this grandeur that protects the spirit within" part that's sung cleanly.

Or Ravva will hurt you.
The Arcturus track beats it by not only being hardcore, but having a piano solo and a synth section.

The subtlety of the title really helps drive this home.
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You guys wear my love like a see-through dress. Your posts say one thing, your journals something else. This thread is like a screaming flower... dying every hour.

I don't know if it's fear or desire. Danger is the drug that makes my post count higher. Head in heaven, fingers glued to the keyboard.

The posts keep coming, I can't keep up. The night is bleeding like a cut. Between the horses of chatting and Desert Island we are trampled underfoot.
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Fuck yes, a spoken word bridge.
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ax i'm finally listening to the anathema cd you sent me...not a fan so far
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Chass...get off the crack.



That is all



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Somebody's not into the DI talk though, I take it?
I've never DI'd in my life.

I mean, I listened to Ashley's playlist, but only because she knows where I live.


EDIT: ASHLEY QUIT STALKING ME.
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If Martin Phillips has Hepatitis, then the Arcturus guys have a crack addiction. That song was insane.
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who is chass?
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First track = progressive rock band Monolithic Eyeball of The Silmarillion

Second track = death metal trio Octavium

Third track = Icelandic post-rock band Ue˜Ú

Fourth track = indie rock band Haimerej
I actually rather enjoy the first two. Though going for death metal, I feel maybe the second needs to be heavier.

The fourth one absolutely cracked me up. Holy shit. That's awesome indie pretension right there.
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