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Old 04-20-2008, 02:16 AM   #826
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Hell yes.

Ian and I have both agreed we need to hit more of the Indian subcontinent too. We've done Bangalore but that's about it. At least Cumbum, Tamil Nadu is next.


i still have bookmarked the page in the thread where i listed a bunch of places to go to...

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The one at the end is from Orwell's 1984. Not that I've ever seen a film version of 1984, but the references to Winston and the content make it seem fairly certain to me.

But the members of Agalloch - Sculptured is a side project - do like their Ingmar Bergman and have sampled his work multiple times.
I still really need to read 1984. It's been on the list for way too long, but school-assigned books take precedence.

The Cure track is pretty chill and melodic. I needed a break from all of the heavy stuff.
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but for the most part the lyrics make me roll my eyes. jesus take some prozac.
Indeed.

Also, there are fewer things in this world as unrealistic and cartoonish as death growls. If someone in the middle of the street came up to me and shouted "HOW ARE YOU TODAY?!?!?!?death" I wouldn't want to fuck with them, but that's never happened. Therefore, I maintain that it's a ridiculous form of communication.
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i still have bookmarked the page in the thread where i listed a bunch of places to go to...

Llanfairynghornwy
toad suck
hot water

etc
Eat your heart out: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:SP-KP/ToDo/salvage2

That's a salvaged version of Wikipedia's now butchered Unusual Place Names article. Apparently this list was unencyclopaedic. But it's fucking hilarious and I'm glad somebody saved it.
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Hell yes.

Ian and I have both agreed we need to hit more of the Indian subcontinent too. We've done Bangalore but that's about it. At least Cumbum, Tamil Nadu is next.

There's also Saddam Hussein Town in Sri Lanka.
haha caught you before your edit

why does he have a town in sri lanka?
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elmel, remind me what the tracks are going for?

i actually liked the first 30 seconds, genuinely.

then the distorted metal kicks in, which isn't bad for your in-home production i have to say - that is what you did, right?
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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
Glad you don't mind the production. I'm just used to it by now, but wasn't sure how others would feel.
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OMG GUYS WE HAVE TO GO TO BONO

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bono%2C_Arkansas
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For the record, the entire STATE of Kentucky is Hell for Certain, that city's just on top of it's game
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Indeed.

Also, there are fewer things in this world as unrealistic and cartoonish as death growls. If someone in the middle of the street came up to me and shouted "HOW ARE YOU TODAY?!?!?!?death" I wouldn't want to fuck with them, but that's never happened. Therefore, I maintain that it's a ridiculous form of communication.
Well, by your logic, singing is a ridiculous form of communication too, since nobody's going to walk up to you and try to communicate by song.

I'd be pretty fucking disturbed if I went up to the counter at the supermarket and they either sung or growled "how are you, do you need a bag for that?" at me. Doesn't make it ridiculous in context though.

I honestly don't get the fuss about the growls, to be honest. I mean, it's like being pissed off because somebody sings in the key of A or whatever. So what?
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Do we really want to attract the PLEBA crowd here?
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OMG GUYS WE HAVE TO GO TO BONO

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bono%2C_Arkansas
If you went to Bono, does that mean you could say that you're in/were in Bono?

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OMG GUYS WE HAVE TO GO TO BONO

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bono%2C_Arkansas
How about Edge's house?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edge_House
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why does he have a town in sri lanka?
He sponsored its construction.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saddam_...n%2C_Sri_Lanka
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lol there's actually an eyebrow in north america

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eyebrow%2C_Saskatchewan
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This Porcupine Tree song is the best song on here that I haven't heard before.

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