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Old 07-15-2008, 02:24 AM   #181
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I've always thought I was one and not in the good way, either.
I haven't been here long enough (Or rather, been in this particular area of the board long enough) to know what the setlist parties are.
Oh, that was when the Tour forum was up. People would get together during a show night and post and someone would feed them the setlist as it progressed. I remember being a "source" for my show and giving Lila my dad's cell phone number by mistake instead of mine... so that was fun.
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Hm, I'm not sure. I think you'd like this one a little bit more than the last one you massac... reviewed.

It's broken into 4 different segments: the first is dance/rap-based, the second is more electronica/prog-esque, the third is alt rock and a badass Sandler tune, the fourth is more folksy and the best closing section I think I've ever done.
Ah, right, sounds interesting then. I'll give it a spin, sure - and try not to be an arse when I do a running diary!

I need to give LM's a play sometime too ...
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Woah, it's suddenly gone quiet.

Time for me to make lunch, I suppose. I'm experimenting with something new and hopefully easy.
Make me some while you're at it?
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Man, that totally shatters my universe.
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Ah, right, sounds interesting then. I'll give it a spin, sure - and try not to be an arse when I do a running diary!

I need to give LM's a play sometime too ...
And mine.

I'm glad I got mine uploaded before Computer Explosion '08.
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I've always thought I was one and not in the good way, either.
I haven't been here long enough (Or rather, been in this particular area of the board long enough) to know what the setlist parties are.
setlist parties were something that occurred during the vertigo tour.

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Ah, right, sounds interesting then. I'll give it a spin, sure - and try not to be an arse when I do a running diary!

I need to give LM's a play sometime too ...
Haha, it's not a big deal anymore if you are or aren't, at least you're honest.

I'll email it to you then.
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Man, that totally shatters my universe.
There was just, nothing, nothing you could do ... except get out of there and hope you'd be OK.
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I've always thought I was one and not in the good way, either.
I haven't been here long enough (Or rather, been in this particular area of the board long enough) to know what the setlist parties are.
During the Vertigo Tour, we'd hold live setlist parties during each concert. Initially, somebody at the show would text the set to somebody on Interference. By the third leg, however, we introduced live audio feeds, where we'd call the mobile phone of somebody at the show via Skype and then set up a stream so that everyone could listen along. The sound quality was complete shit, like U2 playing at the other end of an underwater wind tunnel, but a good time was had by all.
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Oh, that was when the Tour forum was up. People would get together during a show night and post and someone would feed them the setlist as it progressed. I remember being a "source" for my show and giving Lila my dad's cell phone number by mistake instead of mine... so that was fun.
you were the source for tampa?
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oooh, it had your middle name too?
Middle initials. It was Andre_DETV_Axver. Well, obviously not Axver, but you get the point.
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I'd be the source for Philly if I could manage to get tickets.
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oooh, how many middle names do you have?
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Make me some while you're at it?
Only if I can drag myself off the thread long enough to make it!

Which I think I'll do now ...
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