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Old 06-03-2008, 03:01 PM   #151
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i hate when i get a song stuck in my head while i'm at work
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OMFG!!!! Go check this out!!! MySpace.com - Tinaec - Kansas City, Missouri - Pop / Christian / A'cappella - www.myspace.com/tinaecmusic and make sure you listen to all the different songs.....

She can't truly be serious can she???
I'm scared how you find these things.
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So I'm gonna keep posting each 80's song I'm listening to, because, well, I can.

Some Like It Hot by Power Station

Is there any better drum opening that this song? I mean, seriously.
FUCK YEAH!!!!

i love that song. i love that band. i love that album. and yes, the drums are killer. tony thompson was a fantastic drummer.
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Random question but how does one get a passport?
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OMFG!!!! Go check this out!!! MySpace.com - Tinaec - Kansas City, Missouri - Pop / Christian / A'cappella - www.myspace.com/tinaecmusic and make sure you listen to all the different songs.....

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I can't decide.
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Okay Springsteen fans there are videos from the 70's in London where Springsteen plays Jungleland, E Street Shuffle and others. Is this show on DVD?
It's on DVD as part of the Born To Run box set, and it's also a 2CD set. It's awesome!

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Random question but how does one get a passport?
If you go to the Post Office, they'll help you through it. There's paper work to fill out, and you have to have a few different forms of id

better info then I can give: USPS - Passport Application Information
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i went to the post office for mine. there's other places you can get them but that's the easiest place, cuz every post office issues them. they're about $100 and they're good for....ten years i think? they'll take your picture too for, i think it's $15.
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The only official live release video of the 70s is the Hammersmith Odeon show from London in '75. I own it as part of the Born to Run 30th Anniversary Edition release. It's absolutely awesome. And, last I checked, it's on YouTube in its entirety. It includes Jungleland and Kitty's Back.

And I recall you asking about how Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out sounded live. That's on there too.
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Sorry, that made me laugh.
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It's on DVD as part of the Born To Run box set, and it's also a 2CD set. It's awesome!

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I'm not sure what the setlist is offhand, but when it comes to live albums, I suggest Live - 1975/1985.
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Hammersmith! Rosalita and For You are probably my favorite parts of that concert. I really like that slowed down version of For You, I wish I had it on my computer. I need to get around to ripping those songs
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oh and i recommend reading everything online cuz they'll tell you what you need to bring (two forms of id, one with your photo and one proving you're a us citizen. the easiest ones are driver's license and birf certificate)

the form's quick to fill out though. it's just one page.
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It's on DVD as part of the Born To Run box set, and it's also a 2CD set. It's awesome!

Live at the Hammersmith
How about Spirit in the Night from that show, too? And Backstreets?

Holy shit, what a great DVD that is.
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Yeah ten years. I really wanna use mine a few more times before it expires
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