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Old 03-05-2008, 01:43 AM   #556
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Do you guys play your own songs or did you learn covers?
Covers??

It's all original material. Actually, 2 of the 9 songs are new compositions to the band which I helped come up with. Me and the singer/songwriter wrote them over the past two weeks.
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Great that India won and Australia lost, crap because i wanted a third final.


Meanwhile, NZ are hardly on fire in the first test against England.
Yeah, my thoughts entirely. Leading into the final overs, I was in two minds. If the Aussies had been able to force a win, it would have been a classic and we'd have gotten another game - but I fear such a nailbiter win would've given them the momentum to steal the series in Adelaide, so I'm glad India pulled it off.

Haven't followed the first Test today.
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Chicken. Mashed potatoes. Bread roll.

Dinner of champions.
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Covers??

It's all original material. Actually, 2 of the 9 songs are new compositions to the band which I helped come up with. Me and the singer/songwriter wrote them over the past two weeks.
That's awesome!

I only know a few Muse and Green Day songs, partly cause I've never been able to write anything good, lyrically and musically.

My Friends never wanted to get into any of that sort of stuff, Its pretty sad
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7-hour long band practice.
But I was officially invited into the band today. I've learned 9 songs in 5 weeks.
Wow, that must be pretty fucking exhausting. Great news though.
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Chicken. Mashed potatoes. Bread roll.

Dinner of champions.
I'm doing my sausages and onions again. I never do the same dinner two nights in a row, but I really enjoy it and I've felt kinda bleh today, so I've just said "who fucking cares?"
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Yeah, my thoughts entirely. Leading into the final overs, I was in two minds. If the Aussies had been able to force a win, it would have been a classic and we'd have gotten another game - but I fear such a nailbiter win would've given them the momentum to steal the series in Adelaide, so I'm glad India pulled it off.

Haven't followed the first Test today.
I haven't been following the test either, but the report on cricinfo suggests we're not doing great.

But maybe getting cockslapped in this series will get rid of Bracewell.
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That's awesome!

I only know a few Muse and Green Day songs, partly cause I've never been able to write anything good, lyrically and musically.

My Friends never wanted to get into any of that sort of stuff, Its pretty sad

That is sad. Then again, I've only been musical since I was 16 (that's when I started teaching myself guitar). The leads that I'm learning are fucking insane. I don't know how I am catching on so quickly. I'm basically playing very few chords. The singer/songwriter hates delay. He knows I sound like The Edge, when I play, though, so he lets me use it.
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My grandmother called my oldest brothe J for a long time because she couldn't stand the name "Josh".
Huh. It's not a name I'd ever give anyone, but it's not a bad name.

Though if any relative of mine called their child John, I'd kick them in the head for using such a bland, unexciting name. My apologies to all the Johns here.
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Wow, that must be pretty fucking exhausting. Great news though.
It really is. Now if only we could find a permanent drummer--right now, our multitalented bassist is handling drums because he's a beast. But he's a better bassist than he is a drummer, so our quest continues.
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My Friends never wanted to get into any of that sort of stuff, Its pretty sad
Move your arse down to Melbourne and you can start a band with Ali, the Maj., and I!
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Huh. It's not a name I'd ever give anyone, but it's not a bad name.

Though if any relative of mine called their child John, I'd kick them in the head for using such a bland, unexciting name. My apologies to all the Johns here.
That's my last name. Thanks, Ass.
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It really is. Now if only we could find a permanent drummer--right now, our multitalented bassist is handling drums because he's a beast. But he's a better bassist than he is a drummer, so our quest continues.
How about you surgically attach two more arms to him so that he can play both bass and drums?
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Me, Paul, and Steve had pizza.
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We're still in Kyzyl? lame.

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