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Old 03-18-2008, 04:19 AM   #856
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have you listened to the Church yet Ax

Not yet. In the heat yesterday, lots of things slipped my mind! I'll probably give them a go this evening.
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Old 03-18-2008, 04:23 AM   #857
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I must say, I can't stop playing 'Anesthetize', over and over ... and over It's just brilliant.

I've been listening to the whole 'Fear of a Blank Planet' CD most of the day ... so I have to remind myself to go back to the other CDs and get to know them as well!

Hey, and I found out yesterday that a friend of mine is going to see PT as well in Melbourne! Funnily enough, she's just discovered their music too!
Anesthetize is made of all kinds of win. That is the track that really blew me away when the album came out and that remains my favourite on the album. I love the ending so much, and Gavin Harrison's drumming at the start is exceptional.

I suggest you'll probably really enjoy the other two most recent albums then, In Absentia and Deadwing. There's a good number of songs from both on the compilation discs I made for you. "The Audience Cried Out For More ..." is actually my favourite playlist I've made for anything - I listen to it more than any of the actual PT albums at the moment! It brings together a stack of songs I love, and it's what I normally listen to on my iPod.

And that's awesome about your friend.
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Old 03-18-2008, 04:28 AM   #858
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You'd be insane to try.
Just because you loathe The Stripes dosen't mean you'll loathe these guys.

Youtube linkage then.

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May I add

Blue Veins' Awesome live version.
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wheres the rest of the ausse posse?
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Old 03-18-2008, 04:55 AM   #861
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Just because you loathe The Stripes dosen't mean you'll loathe these guys.

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And reading some rather unnerving stuff related to global extinction events ...
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Give me 12 or so minutes and I'll listen to these. Just playing Caspian's You Are The Conductor EP right now.

And reading some rather unnerving stuff related to global extinction events ...
Ok

Check out Blue Veins too.....well maybe if you like any of the other three.
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well dammit im going to have to go do boring old unsexy housework back soon
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wheres the rest of the ausse posse?
Probably having lives or something ridiculous like that.
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Old 03-18-2008, 05:00 AM   #867
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Hey Bonnie!
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Here's a good destination for one of our future threads: Useless Loop, Western Australia!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Useless...tern_Australia
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Hi Andre, how was your day?

Useless Loop? Yeah, we gotta go there. Australia/NZ really have the best locations.
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I'm listening to this now



Oh, the U2 rarities CD is great ... talk about a trip down memory lane! It's amazing to hear some of these songs again, after so long. The Pride single b-sides are just divine to listen to again It got me thinking, that .. personally .. this is when U2 sounded their best. Unforgettable Fire period

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