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Old 02-22-2008, 07:49 PM   #41
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Old 02-22-2008, 07:53 PM   #42
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Hey we should figure out which are the best live versions of all the UF tracks that have been played live so I can have a UF live playlist and seriously every time I listen to it.

Axver, that is your assignment when you read this.
ASOH, Wire, MLK, UF: 21 March 1985, Chicago
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Indian Summer Sky: Probably doesn't matter, they were all fairly similar. Go with the best audio quality (22 November 1984, Nantes, probably), or a location your like, or whatever. If you like Echo And The Bunnymen, go with the 2 November 1984, London performance with a snippet of The Cutter. The only time ISS ever had a snippet.
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We're going to take the postwhoring to the game threads? It will improve the merit of both whatever forum we leave AND the game threads.

I swear to God, Ian, you better know which Kiwi PM I'm referencing there.
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Oh, now I object to this. Christchurch has a nice cathedral, trams, and Ferrymead. It has enough redeeming features to be likeable.
It looks nice, but meh.

I still took pride in watching Lancaster Park getting demolished.
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Meanwhile, cricket!
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That's a great idea.

We can have Axver update the running setlist every few minutes.


WE MUST DO IT
You do realise we did fake setlist parties a few times in 2005?

That was the height of nerdiness until this current insanity came along.
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GOOD.

And you're here. This is also GOOD.

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It looks nice, but meh.

I still took pride in watching Lancaster Park getting demolished.
Wait, what the fuck has happened to Lancaster Park? I thought it was still standing, rejoicing in the name of Jade Stadium or some other godawful corporate name.
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Meanwhile, cricket!
We're gonna lose.
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Ah. Not my fault you're behind the times.
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Wait, what the fuck has happened to Lancaster Park? I thought it was still standing, rejoicing in the name of Jade Stadium or some other godawful corporate name.
They're tearing down half of the bloody place to replicate the big stand

And it's AMI Stadium now....terrible.
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We're gonna lose.
Yes, but it's better to watch than nothing.
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Holy shit, I just finished catching up.

And I am in love with the plan.
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They're tearing down half of the bloody place to replicate the big stand

And it's AMI Stadium now....terrible.
Oh, right.

And that's ... the worst name I've heard for a stadium in a long time.

I'll keep calling it Lancaster Park, just like I always have.

And they better not fucking ruin Carisbrook too.
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Yes, but it's better to watch than nothing.
I wish it were on here.
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Holy shit, I just finished catching up.

And I am in love with the plan.
It was my idea.
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It was my idea.
Now you're humping Axvers leg?

My god, buy an issue of Rolling Stone and get it out of your system
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Genius.
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