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Old 03-09-2008, 06:53 AM   #676
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Alright, just sent out what should be my last e-mail for the day with U2 rarities. I hope you guys enjoy, and I'll get more to you in future.

Melissa, sometime before next weekend, I'll have to burn some discs for you with this stuff on it.
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Alright, just sent out what should be my last e-mail for the day with U2 rarities. I hope you guys enjoy, and I'll get more to you in future.

Melissa, sometime before next weekend, I'll have to burn some discs for you with this stuff on it.
Wow, thankyou very muchly Ax

I'm trying to think of some good stuff from the Melissa collection to copy you as well
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I'm going to do some Church stuff for you I think ... I'm a huge fan and think they are genius - but I really do think that you'll appreciate their stuff.

Or else
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Wow, thankyou very muchly Ax

I'm trying to think of some good stuff from the Melissa collection to copy you as well
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I'm going to do some Church stuff for you I think ... I'm a huge fan and think they are genius - but I really do think that you'll appreciate their stuff.

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Yeah, I've been wanting to hear some of their stuff.

Are data CDs OK, or do you need audio discs? Basically, I can fit a stack more music onto a data CD. Then you could put it in your computer and play it, but you couldn't use it in a stereo or anything. If I do audio CDs, I'll have to be more selective with what I include.
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Old 03-09-2008, 07:19 AM   #680
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I think I need audio discs Is that alright??? Oh crap, I'm so computer challenged. I just don't have any speakers on this comp, so I just don't think to play music on it. My sis popped a CD in the other day and listened to it on headphones though.

What does that mean

audio discs to be on the safe side

Is it alright if I do the same for your CDs???

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Wow what the fuck, I completely cold fell asleep for a while. Too much beer during the day, perhaps.

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If you don't have most/all of those, I have that CD in lossless and can burn it for you when we do our trade. Also, I feel bad about that, so in my cleaning that I need to do tonight, I'll go through and find all your boots.
A copy of that disc wouldn't hurt either, actually. I'm not fussed with when the trade goes down, I haven't collected any blanks yet.
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I think I need audio discs Is that alright??? Oh crap, I'm so computer challenged. I just don't have any speakers on this comp, so I just don't think to play music on it. My sis popped a CD in the other day and listened to it on headphones though.

What does that mean

audio discs to be on the safe side

Is it alright if I do the same for your CDs???

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Oh, no, it's no problem! I'll just have to be a bit more selective with what I include. I could probably fit about 5x the amount of music on a data disc as I can on an audio disc. So instead of doing ALL of the rarities I have, I'll just do the ones that are actually good/listenable/decent quality. In other words, I'll include something like The Dream Is Over, but all the recordings of Father Is An Elephant sound like SHIT.

So audio CDs it is, for both of us.

Just to jog my memory, can you e-mail me and let me know what U2 stuff you don't have? I can't remember if you said you've got many of the eighties b-sides or not.
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Old 03-09-2008, 07:35 AM   #683
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Wow what the fuck, I completely cold fell asleep for a while. Too much beer during the day, perhaps.



A copy of that disc wouldn't hurt either, actually. I'm not fussed with when the trade goes down, I haven't collected any blanks yet.
I was wondering where you'd got to.

Righto, I can do that one too then. Hopefully I'll get to the boots tonight. I've got to finish cleaning the lounge first, since my mother will be sleeping in here. I have a tendency to keep most things clean, but to accumulate small piles of random junk in the corner ... now I've no idea where to put the bloody stuff. Ugh, cleaning sucks.
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1. Out Of Control (U2:3 version)
2. Stories For Boys (U2:3 version)
3. Boy/Girl
4. Another Day
5. Twilight (b-side/demo version)
6. 11 O'clock Tick Tock
7. Touch
8. Things To Make And Do
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10. A Celebration
11. Treasure (Whatever Happened To Pete The Chop?)
12. Boomerang I
13. Sixty Seconds In Kingdom Come
14. Boomerang II
15. Deep In The Heart (unremastered)
16. Race Against Time (unremastered)
I have all these tracks Ax, but of course, it's all on vinyl and I don't have a turntable to play them on Far out, some of these songs I haven't heard in YEARS. So, if you are able to copy any of these tracks, I'd really, really appreciate it
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I'll email you anyway Ax, but I think I need to go to sleep! I'm just exhausted now!

Goodnight all

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Night Melissa, have a good one.

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Righto, I can do that one too then. Hopefully I'll get to the boots tonight. I've got to finish cleaning the lounge first, since my mother will be sleeping in here. I have a tendency to keep most things clean, but to accumulate small piles of random junk in the corner ... now I've no idea where to put the bloody stuff. Ugh, cleaning sucks.
Hey, at least you're actually cleaning things up. That's already a +1 against me.

Now to search for some cold water to drink...
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I'll email you anyway Ax, but I think I need to go to sleep! I'm just exhausted now!

Goodnight all

Sounds good. I can certainly copy the b-sides collection for you, and there will be room on the disc to fit a few more songs too.

Have a good night!
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Old 03-09-2008, 07:58 AM   #688
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So this is where everyone is! or where everyone has just left!

I'd have been here earlier but it was just too fucking hot to sit in front of a PC. Fuck why does it have to be 40 fucking degrees in this city, 2 days in a row! And for the rest of the fucking week!
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So this is where everyone is! or where everyone has just left!

I'd have been here earlier but it was just too fucking hot to sit in front of a PC. Fuck why does it have to be 40 fucking degrees in this city, 2 days in a row! And for the rest of the fucking week!
You need to keep up with our world tour.

Fucking hell, this hot weather sucks. I'm trying to clean my lounge right now and just dying of the heat. WHAT HAPPENED TO AUTUMN.
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No kidding. And I was outside for a good part of the day, too.

Another day over 34 tomorrow and this'll be the longest heat wave in March here for about sixty years. And it's especially annoying, because Autumn when it's actually Autumn is my favourite season.
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