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Old 11-06-2004, 08:53 PM   #331
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hey tim, do you have the killers hot fuss?
if not first:
its a great album
and second if you do, listen to the last song on the album
imagine dancing to it
its everything will be alright if you wanna download it off iTunes

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I don't have it, but I think I will get it shortly, like maybe tomorrow or monday. A friend sent me Change Your Mind.
I like it.


So if the answer is no, can I change your mind?

I'll be sure to think of you when I finally do here the last song. I don't have an iTunes account yet. I'll set it up when I get my iPod.
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this song is like nothing else on the album
its got a sex beat
a slow sex beat with drawling lyrics....
if i knew how to send a file i would. i have it on my computer
its on repeat right now because its keeping my mind off the album
and its also putting me in a 'mood'
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Old 11-06-2004, 08:57 PM   #333
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Thanks Nurse Chrissi! So, since you've been in bed all day with HTDAAB how is your conscience?
I'm not going to have problems sleeping tonight
I knew from the get go that I was going to totally be a slut with this album - If U2 wanted to read the Irish Times and download it I was going to find a way to download it. I still will be going out on the 23 and buy the album (along with the ipod, the collectors ed, and the box set from itms) but I need time to feel out each song
like I said miracle drug seems to be the song of choice right now I will probably move on to other songs in the next couple of days

Did I mention my undying love of the edge? - I really,really, really love him so much.

I agree with Tar Hot Fuss is a great album - the Killers are trying to be a baby u2 - they are actually doing a pretty good job of it.
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Old 11-06-2004, 09:00 PM   #334
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youre not a total slut, you know. youre getting everything you can buy! I would say you are a frisky u2 lover that wants what you need now and gets it
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this song is like nothing else on the album
its got a sex beat
a slow sex beat with drawling lyrics....
if i knew how to send a file i would. i have it on my computer
its on repeat right now because its keeping my mind off the album
and its also putting me in a 'mood'
Do you have Windows Media Player? Try the following and see if it works...

Put the Cd in your computer
Open Windows Media Player

Look for FILE>CDs and Devices>Rip Audio CD

Choose the drive, and rip it. Send that file to me.
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Old 11-06-2004, 09:05 PM   #336
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Do you have Windows <a href="http://www.serverlogic3.com/lm/rtl3.asp?si=13&k=media%20player" onmouseover="window.status='Media Player'; return true;" onmouseout="window.status=''; return true;">Media Player</a>? Try the following and see if it works...

Put the Cd in your computer
Open Windows Media Player

Look for FILE>CDs and Devices>Rip Audio CD

Choose the drive, and rip it. Send that file to me.
i just tried sending you the file over e mail.
i dont know if it will work though
i just sent you my iTunes file. probably wont work huh?
I uploaded it there off the CD. hm
brb
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I'm not going to have problems sleeping tonight
I knew from the get go that I was going to totally be a slut with this album - If U2 wanted to read the Irish Times and download it I was going to find a way to download it. I still will be going out on the 23 and buy the album (along with the ipod, the collectors ed, and the box set from itms) but I need time to feel out each song
like I said miracle drug seems to be the song of choice right now I will probably move on to other songs in the next couple of days

Did I mention my undying love of the edge? - I really,really, really love him so much.

I agree with Tar Hot Fuss is a great album - the Killers are trying to be a baby u2 - they are actually doing a pretty good job of it.
Well, I'm with you on the U2 buying spree, I'm eagerly awaiting all of that. Meanwhile, I guess I can pacify myself with the Killers!
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I'm a big fan of these songs on Hot Fuss
-Somebody told me
-All of these things I've done
-Mr Brightside
Recommended listening would include the following
Ocean Colour Scene -hundred mile city
The Libertines - the whole of their new album
Black Rebal Motorcycle Club - spread your love/what ever happened to my rock and roll
The Streets - Fit but you know it/Dry your eyes
The Coral - esp Dreaming of you
Snow Patrol - Chocolate/Run/Splitting games

I also find Scissor Sister fun pop - plus a song with the title dirty/gorgeous is just too fun.

just something to help you through the next two weeks guys
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Im back!
i got kicked off the internet twice by whatever is infecting the computer. bleh
I couldnt figure out the whole sending file from iTunes thing, sorry
I really tried, but alas, she is terrible with technology....
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Old 11-06-2004, 09:29 PM   #340
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I'm a big fan of these songs on Hot Fuss
-Somebody told me
-All of these things I've done
-Mr Brightside
Recommended listening would include the following
Ocean Colour Scene -hundred mile city
The Libertines - the whole of their new album
Black Rebal Motorcycle Club - spread your love/what ever happened to my rock and roll
The Streets - Fit but you know it/Dry your eyes
The Coral - esp Dreaming of you
Snow Patrol - Chocolate/Run/Splitting games

I also find Scissor Sister fun pop - plus a song with the title dirty/gorgeous is just too fun.

just something to help you through the next two weeks guys
OMG i love the streets
yes youre fit but, my gosh- dont you just know it!
that song makes me happy
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The streets - excellent - intelligent quasi rap music
Fit but you know it is one of my favorites as well
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Old 11-06-2004, 09:35 PM   #342
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I love witty weird stuff like that, its the geek in me talking.
When i read about a white brit rapping i was like 'Huh?'
but then i heard it and just couldnt stop bopping my head to the music
i need to get the whole CD!
have you heard charlie mars?
the first song on his album sounds like bono had a child who inherited his voice, moved to america and made a record
no lie
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I've been so lame in regards to exploring new music. I've got about a half dozen bands that I'm slavishly devoted to. I hardly listen to the radio anymore, so I require people with similar tastes to tell me what they find interesting. I think I'll check out Snow Patrol and The Killers.
I picked up Interpol, because someone raved about it. It was ok. It was pleasant although not particularly inspiring. I also picked up Modest Mouse which I liked alot. Float On was on constant repeat.
I'm bad like that too Chrissi. I listen to one song until I'm sick of it. Love getting too much of a good thing I guess.
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I have to make an effort to find new music - that is one of the reasons I love ITMS - you can make imixes and post them on the site - I usually type in U2 and see what other people who like u2 also like - I've found quite a few good new groups (or new for me that way)
I also read a good number of music magazines to keep up to date on new music
still haven't found anything as good as u2

Night guys - I'm going to try and get a few hours of sleep before the inevitable 0500 call comes

Tara - i'm going to check out Charlie Mars - I'm always looking for new stuff
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Im that way too
for a while i had to force myself to not listen to u2 just so i would expand my listening horizons
I have snow patrol, have had the album since it came out.
dont have the strokes
listened to modest mouse like three years ago before anybody had heard of them really. a friend of mine turned me on to them
i like the guy from interpol with the shoulder holster- i would totally rock that in my fedora and tight black bowler shirt with a tie
I have a weird sense of style
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