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the_fliz1

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  1. You realize that your comments have made you many, many, jealous enemies in this forum right?
  2. I didn't see any tapers, but I was in the upper "Grand Tier". I loved the "singalong" on Jesus Etc.. It almost seemed like Jeff was chastising the audience for their lack of singing on Summerteeth. Highlights, for me anyway, included "One Wing", "Impossible Germany", "Jesus Etc." (the guy next to me looked at me like I was a freaking idiot for singing so loud, but I didn't care), and "Hoodoo Voodoo". The only low-lights, were the girl on the other side of my wife who really, really, needed a shower/deodorant, and the weather going home. It took me about 2 hours to get there, and just under 4 to get home. Glad I took a vacation day from work today to finish up my homework for the week. Also, I really hope that Pat's Telecaster is ok. Guitars aren't supposed to hit the stage that way. Did anybody else see Mikael's hand gestures during the call and response section of Hoodoo Voodoo? He seemed to be joking with Glen by making boring and gagging hand gestures.
  3. Without seeing the list it is hard to say, but I'll bet there is some Tragically Hip, Moist, and maybe the Andrew Goode Band on there somewhere.
  4. I would say so. I listened to Paper a couple weeks ago and his voice isn't nearly as smooth as it is now.
  5. I've listened to "Before the Frost" all the way through roughly 3 to 3 1/2 times so far and I like it. It's hard for me to define the album. This isn't a full on straight ahead Rock and Roll album like in the past. The best word I can come up with to describe it is funky. Even if you take out "I Ain't Hiding", which sounds like something that Franz Ferdinand could have written, the album just has this funky feel to it. In a way it reminds me a little of some Allman Brothers jam type stuff or some Derek Trucks style mixing menagerie. There is some latin beat type grooves going on in some of the songs. Luther is in great form, he seems more fluid in his playing than what he was on Warpaint. Also, I have yet to find out who is singing on "What is Home" but I want to know where they have been. It doesn't sound like Rich, from the little bit that I have heard, and I don't have a lot of vocals to compare to with regards to Luther, but wow, who ever it is needs to sing more. Beautiful vocals on that one. All in all, it is definitely a great album, not as great as Southern Harmony, what album is, but more complete feeling than Warpaint.
  6. I heard that there was this small band called The Beatles, that were really pushing to get on the bill. Maybe if were really lucky Gwar will get a shot. I am assuming that Andrew Bird will get a handful of dates.
  7. Honestly. I didn't get it until I heard it live. After that I fell in love with it.
  8. I've gone with "If I ever was myself I wasn't that night" before.
  9. While tragic, they make a career getting hit in the head. Not really shocking.
  10. I just sat through the one of the boring movies of all time, Ghost Town, then with about 10 minutes to go in the movie I heard a familiar guitar piece softly emanating from the background. Low and behold as the music grew louder I realized that the music was "Please Be Patient with Me". My wife didn't believe me until Jeff's voice kicked in. Bad movie, great song.
  11. I have issues taking painkillers. I get really nauseous on Oxycodone and most other things I get prescribed. The only thing I am able to take that does any good is Vicoden. Everytime I have ever gotten prescribed Vicoden, the pharmacist gives me hydrocodone. I just always assumed that it was the generic version of Vicoden. Am I wrong?
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