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Old 06-28-2008, 11:15 PM   #961
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You better not be thinking of Dido as I freaking love her.
I can't help but think of Stan by Eminem when Thank You comes on. . . .
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You better not be thinking of Dido as I freaking love her.
My mother has one of her albums. Obnoxious screechy bollocks.

So, yeah, Dido can fuck off. And get an 'L' while she's at it.
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I can't help but think of Stan by Eminem when Thank You comes on. . . .
I thank my lucky stars every day, that I heard Thank You first, then Stan
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I'm just going to agree here that Matchbox Twenty's first two albums were a lot better than anything that came afterward.

Though I think I prefer the second album to the first.
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Apparently Steven Wilson thinks it's a well-written song. He likes to release these cover songs with absolutely no notes indicating WHAT he is covering, since he knows his fanbase is largely prog snobs who'd never listen if they knew he was covering Alanis or whoever. He just wants to showcase songs he thinks are examples of good songwriting, and Thank U is one that he covered, then played live when Blackfield last toured.

I like that he altered some lyric about ... luminescent carrots? or something really ridiculous like that to "changing a line because it don't make sense".
ugh, i hate that song. and not just because alanis is naked in the video. which is something no one should be subjected to.

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My mother has one of her albums. Obnoxious screechy bollocks.

So, yeah, Dido can fuck off. And get an 'L' while she's at it.
well aren't you clever XD
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damnit, now i want to go find my matchbox twenty cd and import it
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(btw, you look waaaaay younger than you are! i would've guessed from your pic that you were 22 or something)
Agreed.

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I REALLY don't care for most of the touchy-feely female artists of the 90's. Fiona Apple is an exception, and I liked Sheryl Crow's self-titled. I think that's all. Everyone else is boring, screechy, or pretentious to me.
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I'm just going to agree here that Matchbox Twenty's first two albums were a lot better than anything that came afterward.

Though I think I prefer the second album to the first.
I was just about to tell you on MSN that you needed to come defend your band's honor, but I see you're not going to do that
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I thank my lucky stars every day, that I heard Thank You first, then Stan
I like both songs but only Stan makes me slightly teary. . . .




but so do ads, Tv shows, the Star Trek movie. . . .
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I can't help but think of Stan by Eminem when Thank You comes on. . . .
I'm not a big fan of the song myself but the rest of No Angel is incredible.
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Oh. My. God. Geelong is the fountain of youth!
No, Interference has the exceptions to the rule. You haven't seen the ferals from out that way.
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Agreed.

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they've taken our fountain away because everybody used to climb it or put detergent in it. . . . .
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