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Old 05-14-2008, 03:26 PM   #166
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Watching this first Gentle Giant video makes me feel like this would scare someone away from prog forever.

Take that off the list.
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Watching this first Gentle Giant video makes me feel like this would scare someone away from prog forever.

Take that off the list.
Yeah, they're not everyone's cup of tea, and I only like a few things from them myself.
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Is this thread based on the town or the fact that a lot of idiots here have mullets?
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Okay so here are the songs I'm going to use Youtube for the prog introduction.

Focus 3/ Eruption by Focus (Live at The Rainbow)
Hocus Pocus by Focus (Live at The Rainbow)
Set Controls For The Heart Of The Sun by Pink Floyd (Live at Pompeii)
One Of These Days by Pink Floyd (Live at Pompeii)
Soon- Yes
The Musical Box- Genesis
I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe) by Genesis
Carpet Of The Sun by Renaissance
Can You Understand by Renaissance
Warrior by Wishbone Ash
The Prophet’s Song by Queen
Death On Two Legs by Queen
Lady Fantasy by Camel
Sunburst Finish by Utopia

Am I missing anything?
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Is this thread based on the town or the fact that a lot of idiots here have mullets?
Isn't it both?
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Isn't it both?
Couldn't we just forget the fact a few thousand idiot teenage boys have the ugliest hairstyle in the world in Ireland?
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Okay so here are the songs I'm going to use Youtube for the prog introduction.

Focus 3/ Eruption by Focus (Live at The Rainbow)
Hocus Pocus by Focus (Live at The Rainbow)
Set Controls For The Heart Of The Sun by Pink Floyd (Live at Pompeii)
One Of These Days by Pink Floyd (Live at Pompeii)
Soon- Yes
The Musical Box- Genesis
I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe) by Genesis
Carpet Of The Sun by Renaissance
Can You Understand by Renaissance
Warrior by Wishbone Ash
The Prophet’s Song by Queen
Death On Two Legs by Queen
Lady Fantasy by Camel
Sunburst Finish by Utopia

Am I missing anything?
An observation - I'd add one thing by King Crimson. They did, after all, start the genre, more or less.

Also, which youtube link do you plan on using for Soon?
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Afternoon.
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Couldn't we just forget the fact a few thousand idiot teenage boys have the ugliest hairstyle in the world in Ireland?




Nah.
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Afternoon.
Greetings.
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So, me and a couple of my buddies are making a video as our fourth quarter exam. Last year we did one and it was fantastic, but we failed it due to inappropriateness. Now, three (including me) of the five from last year plus two new guys are creating a new movie. That'll be one the big focuses of my next month.

I'd give you all the link to our movie from last year, but then again it's probably not a good idea. Especially since my name is in the credits.
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WELCOME TO THE MULLET, IRELAND












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An observation - I'd add one thing by King Crimson. They did, after all, start the genre, more or less.

Also, which youtube link do you plan on using for Soon?
I can't find any early live stuff by King Crimson. I want all the links to be live stuff.

I'm using this beautiful performance for Soon:
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I was trying to figure out a way to fit Death on Two Legs into my DIV playlist. Hasn't worked so far.
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So, me and a couple of my buddies are making a video as our fourth quarter exam. Last year we did one and it was fantastic, but we failed it due to inappropriateness. Now, three (including me) of the five from last year plus two new guys are creating a new movie. That'll be one the big focuses of my next month.

I'd give you all the link to our movie from last year, but then again it's probably not a good idea. Especially since my name is in the credits.
So what exactly was the "inappropriateness" involved?
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