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Old 03-09-2008, 12:06 AM   #421
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i thought you were going out tonight?
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I wonder when we're going off daylight savings here ...
April 6, for some reason. I'm sure it used to be late March... but I think they're trying to get all the states on the same schedule.
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but time hasn't changed yet. it goes from 1:59 to 3am i think.
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ooh tell me.
I'm thinking along the lines of stuff on Frenzy. Will have to listen to the two back-to-back to get the best idea though.
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April 6, for some reason. I'm sure it used to be late March... but I think they're trying to get all the states on the same schedule.
the whole world extended it because it apparently saves energy
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i thought you were going out tonight?
yeah he should call in a minute. it's a late drinks thing, he was at a movie. i think. we might not do it cause i have to be at something at 10am and dst and all.
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OH MY GOD THEY LOOK LIKE FETUSES!
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Thank you daylight saving, yankee style.

My interference clock is FUCKING FINALLY right
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I'm thinking along the lines of stuff on Frenzy. Will have to listen to the two back-to-back to get the best idea though.
ahh i see. i don't get really technical with music stuff, i just say "oh this sounds better" even when comparing the original record vs. cd version vs. remaster.

i will say though i think all cd versions of time and tide sound like crap, although i think that has more to do with equalisation or something rather than breathing. i dunno. if i'm not lazy, i pull out the record and play it if i wanna listen.
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the whole world extended it because it apparently saves energy
What a wank.
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anyway, i think i'm gonna go. night everyone!
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The lyric change? It was originally "She's the wave/She'll turn the tide/She sees the man inside the child, yeah", but on the Best Of, it's "She's the wave/She'll turn the tide/And no question, she knows why".
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It only happens on a couple tracks. Pop is pretty good at giving song air but Please for instance feels very rushed and the tempo seems to be off. If the band stretched it out like they did for Popmart. They would have made the song have room to breathe. That's what I mean.
Fair enough... I guess I'll have to have another listen to things. Thanks for trying to explain it!

And fair point Ax... I think someone once said that writing about music is like dancing about architecture


And about the daylight savings thing... I just keep changing my timezone so that the correct time shows here, even if I find myself on Japanese time for half the year.
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anyway, i think i'm gonna go. night everyone!
G'night, MexikhanRailrhodes.
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