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Old 07-22-2008, 01:54 PM   #511
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Forgot bowie, I'd def. Replace arcade fire with him. Just couldn't think of a tenth slot that would be accepted by interference
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Forgot bowie, I'd def. Replace arcade fire with him. Just couldn't think of a tenth slot that would be accepted by interference
You better correct Irishteen, then. He just put your list in the thread over there.
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I just now read this, damn phone lol
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See, I'm not willing to say that should be a limitation. Some classic bands out there released just one or two albums before they fell apart, and I think The Dark Third is one of the best albums I own.
I look at it differently though.

With a band like Joy Division, their entire body of work consisted of two albums, and they've left their mark in music history.

PRR is just starting out, and will have more material to judge with eventually.
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What's improved? Bass and drums, like JT?
Hard to tell from here at work, but the bass definitely stands out again.
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I'm not sure if I want these re-masters. I have all the albums already ... do I need repeats? Really? I personally would, but that's a big investment and my parents would think I'm fucking insane.
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There's a quick 34 second instrumental at the end of Boy that isn't on my original CD. Is this something new? I'm too lazy to go through the thread in EYKIW.
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It's from the vinyl. It's some sampling of a demo of Fire or something.
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Forgot bowie, I'd def. Replace arcade fire with him. Just couldn't think of a tenth slot that would be accepted by interference
Updated your list with Bowie
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It's from the vinyl. It's some sampling of a demo of Fire or something.
Huh. I never knew that.
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Now for the bonus disc.
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I'm not exactly buying the new ones

the instrumental is from the boy lp, it's an early version of Fire
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I purchased The Joshua Tree re-master on iTunes. I kind of wish I had the box and all, though.
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Thanks john


Uggggh everyone I work with today speaks hindi. I feel so left out.

However, I've worked around them so long, I acctually understand about 1/4th of what's being said
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I look at it differently though.

With a band like Joy Division, their entire body of work consisted of two albums, and they've left their mark in music history.

PRR is just starting out, and will have more material to judge with eventually.
Well, this is true, but the same could be said for any active band really, don't you think?
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