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Old 05-03-2008, 11:30 PM   #586
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I spent a total of about 45 minutes on mine. It just happened that way.
Oh wow. Every time I made a different iteration, I listened to it. There was some hard-rock stuff at the beginning, but I nixed it as it would've hurt my playlist by association with the bands I used.
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Mine feels almost finished. On paper I feel like it should have more work to go, but listening to it, some stuff I wasn't sure would work actually comes together nicely and it feels like a complete listening experience.
So are we gonna have another one during the summer then?
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may I just say that Vintage Punks Ben from Lost pic is the best one I've seen
Heh. Thanks.

I'm so friggin' obsessed with that show this season.
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Oh wow. Every time I made a different iteration, I listened to it. There was some hard-rock stuff at the beginning, but I nixed it as it would've hurt my playlist by association with the bands I used.
I wrote my original copy on a piece of paper guessing transitions in a half hour. I cut three songs and added one (Rowena's Theme), and that was that. I spent more time uploading than I did making it.

And my whole concept came out of the idea that I wanted to use Birth and Death of the Day as the closer despite it not fading out. So, I said "Left Looking For More." Wrote about it, sounded OK, went with it.
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Heh. Thanks.

I'm so friggin' obsessed with that show this season.
I was more obsessed with it during season 2. But that's because my friends and I would get together and watch it weekly, and discuss it.
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I wrote my original copy on a piece of paper guessing transitions in a half hour. I cut three songs and added one (Rowena's Theme), and that was that. I spent more time uploading than I did making it.

And my whole concept came out of the idea that I wanted to use Birth and Death of the Day as the closer despite it not fading out. So, I said "Left Looking For More." Wrote about it, sounded OK, went with it.
Nice. I plan on spending about the same amount of time this time on it. Even if I figure out the songs, it takes awhile to get the order right.
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I was more obsessed with it during season 2. But that's because my friends and I would get together and watch it weekly, and discuss it.
Actually, this is the first season I'm watching it in real time, I caught up with the entire series last summer.

Every Thurs. night after it's over, I go Lost surfing to read theories and see if there's anything I missed in the episode. Then I go into mourning the rest of the week till the next Thurs.
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Yeah, I know it's original, that's why I thought it probably wasn't.

What brought the whole thing up is, I'm getting back into U2 mode again and watching Slane and heard it, and then I got to thinking that I saw it performed at one of the shows I saw last tour (all 3rd leg), and I looked it up and can't find it. Do you know if it was done on that tour/leg, or am I imagining things?
I don't even know why we started listing it, since it's not a true snippet. But it's such a recognisable and well-loved verse that I've chosen to keep it on the site.

And you aren't imagining things! That is, if you went to 11 October 2005, New York. It was done at two Vertigo shows - that one, and 30 November 2006 in Saitama.
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oh geez, am I the only one here that doesn't have a slight obsession with setlists. . . . .


I do however, have a major obsession with daggy t-shirts, eg. http://www.torsopants.com/main/ this place has plenty of things I would wear, and so does http://www.mrvintage.com.au/advanced...words=cartoons
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Even if I figure out the songs, it takes awhile to get the order right.
Are you like that when you are in the studio with your bands?
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Actually, this is the first season I'm watching it in real time, I caught up with the entire series last summer.

Every Thurs. night after it's over, I go Lost surfing to read theories and see if there's anything I missed in the episode. Then I go into mourning the rest of the week till the next Thurs.
I work when it's on, so I tape it and then watch it with my girlfriend. I caught up with the series midway through season 2. I love all the middle-of-the-road high-quality-low-fame actors we're getting lately.
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So are we gonna have another one during the summer then?
No idea when the next one will be. I'd like to perhaps wait a month or two between editions. But it seems people are eager for a fifth edition.
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