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Old 07-04-2008, 02:09 PM   #346
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Yeah, the Stripes rule. One of my best friends is the BIGGEST White Stripes fan in the world, and he actually looks a lot like Jack White and has the whole long hair deal, too. He's a really good guitar player also and models his playing style after Jack White. Kinda funny.
Sounds like the beginnings of a tribute band to me!
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Best 4th of July album. Name it.
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Sounds like the beginnings of a tribute band to me!
Don't forget to remind him to call out the sexy people, GAF.
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Old 07-04-2008, 02:11 PM   #349
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The SONG 4th of July is on The Wild, The Innocent, And The E Street Shuffle. Therefore, it is the best.
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Best Elbow album. Name it.
I love them all, but, my favorite is Leaders of the Free World
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Sounds like the beginnings of a tribute band to me!
Well not a tribute band exactly. But my group of friends do mess around with the ol' guitars and drums from time to time. We can all play the guitar ranging from decently to very well and we've written a good number of songs.

Nothing will ever come of it most likely, but it's fun.
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I love them all, but, my favorite is Leaders of the Free World
agreed

The Seldom Seen Kid has really grown on me as well...

I tried playing them for my wife and she does not like

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The Seldom Seen Kid has really grown on me as well...

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It has grown on me as well. Mirrorball is lovely. Friend of Ours is too.
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Okay who else is gonna admit to re-labeling the last 5 tracks of the Dead Letter Office CD as Chronic Town? Surely, I can't be the only obsessive one here.

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Okay who else is gonna admit to re-labeling the last 5 tracks of the Dead Letter Office CD as Chronic Town? Surely, I can't be the only obsessive one here.

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Oh GAWD, Chronic Town is lovely.

Gardening At Night is probably the R.E.M. song that is nearest to my heart. And that is saying something. It was the song that made it click for me with R.E.M. I realized how amazing they were when I heard that song.

Funnily enough, Stipe has said that Gardening At Night is "the song that made us realize we could actually write songs"
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I can't believe I still have one eye on that crap thread.

You win for funniest post so far, NSW:

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I love the version of Gardening At Night on Eponymous! You can actually understand Stipe there. GAF, you got into them way back when in 1982???
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Oh GAWD, Chronic Town is lovely.

Gardening At Night is probably the R.E.M. song that is nearest to my heart. And that is saying something. It was the song that made it click for me with R.E.M. I realized how amazing they were when I heard that song.

Funnily enough, Stipe has said that Gardening At Night is "the song that made us realize we could actually write songs"
Sigh, time to be lame:

When they played Gardening at Night at their Hall of Fame induction, I cried a little bit. Just, I don't know....always loved the song, the band have been part of my life since 1984 or so......and Berry was playing with them for the night. I'm a dork, whatever.
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Hey wait a minute!

Mel, have you listened to the rest of that Air I sent you yet?
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