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Old 12-20-2004, 01:52 PM   #61
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Oh my it's been a while since I've listened to these boys.
Boys AND girls!

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I was driving last night, and happened on a station playing them.

I could not believe how happy that made me.

I stupidly loaned out my copy of the album/CD to a friend in a different state...won't get it back until New YEar's eve.
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I hate the British music press. If I see ONE MORE thing about the Libertines (especially Pete ), I will claw my own eyes out.

The Libertines are an immensely talented, poetic band.
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they're also immensely not that good.

now there's a sentAnce for you.
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Old 12-26-2004, 01:43 AM   #66
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Great band. I love Funeral. There is a forum for those who are interested, it is only new, but its growing pretty quickly. And no, it's not mine and I don't know the person who runs it, I'm just spreading it for the love of AF...
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Old 12-26-2004, 05:04 PM   #67
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they're also immensely not that good.

now there's a sentAnce for you.

Ok..I'd take their spirited, punchy music over Radiohead's self-parodying ways any day
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Ok..I'd take their spirited, punchy music over Radiohead's self-parodying ways any day
Yikes?


Anyhow, I found this exquisite little item and wanted to share:

Live video of 'Power Out':
http://stream.qtv.apple.com/qtv/tool...arcade_100.mov

Also, mtv.com has their music video of 'Rebellion (Lies)' for anyone who hasnt seen it. I didnt know MTV still had anything to do with music videos, let alone good music videos. Learn something new every day....
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Anyhow, I found this exquisite little item and wanted to share:

Live video of 'Power Out':
http://stream.qtv.apple.com/qtv/tool...arcade_100.mov
Shit, that rocked! I wonder if they filmed that whole show, I'd certainly spend my hard earned on that! Thanks mofo!
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Their performance (at the MuchMusicVideoAwards) of Rebellion (Lies) with full high school marching band accompaniment was completely entertaining.

Well done Arcade Fire.

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Who is this Zoorock Girl person? That's what I want to know.
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Their performance (at the MuchMusicVideoAwards) of Rebellion (Lies) with full high school marching band accompaniment was completely entertaining.

Well done Arcade Fire.

It was fun, wasn't it?

Kinda wish the stage had been a bit bigger. And of course they had to suffer the indignity of performing on the same show as Asslee, but such is the state of Much Music these days.
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MuchMusic is in a sad state of affairs indeed. However, its lack of musical potency and variety makes those interesting moments worth the lame hours of viewing.

That's not true at all. The Wedge is a decent showcase program though.

If it's any consolation to music history, the Backstreet Boys were the next "act" on stage after The Arcade Fire. I know I'll sleep well.

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The Wedge is a decent showcase program though.
the wedge...

it's only thing i watch on much. in fact, i missed the mmva's because, well... i just did.

i'm kinda pissed that i missed the arcade fire. though i'm sure they'll re-air it like, 8000 times before the week is over.
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I bought Funeral a few weeks ago after reading good things on this board, and I have to say it doesn't really live up to the hype.

The only great song is "Wake Up" and the rest is pretty blah. It's okay as background music though I guess.
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Any of you heard of this band? Kinda new to me, but I like what I've heard so far.
No, I've never heard of them.
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I bought Funeral a few weeks ago after reading good things on this board, and I have to say it doesn't really live up to the hype.

The only great song is "Wake Up" and the rest is pretty blah. It's okay as background music though I guess.
I'm curious, what other bands you listen to?
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