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Post by Mr Vaughan » Wed Mar 03, 2004 4:16 am

Dylan wrote:Oh yeah, wasn't Silver Ginger commenting on the Faces and not the Small Faces?

Never mind, they're both cool with me.
They're the same thing...ish. Except with Steve Marriott on vocals instead of the Cookie Monster.
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Post by Dylan » Wed Mar 03, 2004 7:35 am

When I was little I used to think Ron Wood and Rod Stewart were the same person. Obviously the resemblance isn't uncanny and the whole 'never-seen-them-in-the-same-place-at-the-same-time' doesnt really work, but I had my quirky eccentricities back then.

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Post by Silver Ginger » Wed Mar 03, 2004 8:07 am

Dylan wrote:When I was little I used to think Ron Wood and Rod Stewart were the same person. Obviously the resemblance isn't uncanny and the whole 'never-seen-them-in-the-same-place-at-the-same-time' doesnt really work, but I had my quirky eccentricities back then.
I think it 'cos they both go to the same hair dressers!!
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Post by Mr Vaughan » Wed Mar 03, 2004 8:17 am

Rod Stewart was pretty cool for a while, it's a shame that he makes music for old women now. Another sad victim of the 80's.
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Post by Silver Ginger » Wed Mar 03, 2004 8:24 am

Mr Vaughan wrote:, it's a shame that he makes music for old women now. .
Now Vaughan, I sincerely hope you weren't implying that about me!! :lol: :lol:
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Post by Mr Vaughan » Wed Mar 03, 2004 8:42 am

Silver Ginger wrote:
Mr Vaughan wrote:, it's a shame that he makes music for old women now. .
Now Vaughan, I sincerely hope you weren't implying that about me!! :lol: :lol:
Certainly not :wink: , unless ,of course, you own a post -1980 Rod Stewart album (have a look what's next to your Dire Straits albums), in which case you might as well knit a cardigan and sit down infront of Hetty Wainthrop Investigates until Bingo Night.
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Post by Silver Ginger » Wed Mar 03, 2004 8:56 am

Mr Vaughan wrote:
Silver Ginger wrote:
Mr Vaughan wrote:, it's a shame that he makes music for old women now. .
Now Vaughan, I sincerely hope you weren't implying that about me!! :lol: :lol:
Certainly not :wink: , unless ,of course, you own a post -1980 Rod Stewart album (have a look what's next to your Dire Straits albums), in which case you might as well knit a cardigan and sit down infront of Hetty Wainthrop Investigates until Bingo Night.
What's wrong with you man? That sounds like a perfectly good night in to me! :wink: :lol:
PS are you ever gonna let me live down the Dire Straits comment?
Nah, thought not :cry: :lol:
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Post by Mr Vaughan » Wed Mar 03, 2004 10:21 am

Silver Ginger wrote:PS are you ever gonna let me live down the Dire Straits comment?
It's unlikely. At least until you let slip about your Bon Jovi collection.
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Post by Dylan » Wed Mar 03, 2004 10:23 am

I know it's somewhat of a tangent, but I saw a girl sing Living on a prayer in sign language in a bar last night. It was mighty preferable that way, I might add.

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Post by Mr Vaughan » Wed Mar 03, 2004 10:26 am

I do my own sign language version of Living On A Prayer, but it mainly revolves around one repeated arm movement.
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Post by Silver Ginger » Wed Mar 03, 2004 10:35 am

Mr Vaughan wrote:
Silver Ginger wrote:PS are you ever gonna let me live down the Dire Straits comment?
It's unlikely. At least until you let slip about your Bon Jovi collection.
Ha :lol:
In last weeks Kerrang magazine they had the Top 10 albums from the last couple of decades from various music genres. They had rock, heavy metal, old punk, new punk etc etc. In the best rock albums they had The Wildhearts at no. 8 with the album Earth V's , and above them at them no.7.........yep, you guessed it Bon F 'in Jovi!! I couldn't believe they even have the nerve to put their name on the same page as The Wildhearts, let alone beat 'em!!
Music journalists, what do they know eh? Bugger all I tell ya, bugger all!! :evil: :lol:

Also in another of the top 10 charts (can't remember what label they gave 'em) they had Faith No More's 'Angel Dust' at no.2 and Soundgardens 'Bad Motor Finger' and Pearl Jam's 'Ten' at 8 and 9.
Angel Dust is a real good album, but no way is it better than the other two.
The worlds gone mad!!
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Post by Silver Ginger » Wed Mar 03, 2004 10:43 am

Dylan wrote:I know it's somewhat of a tangent, but I saw a girl sing Living on a prayer in sign language in a bar last night. It was mighty preferable that way, I might add.
I swear if I was blind, deaf and mute I'd still hate Bon Jovi :lol: .
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Post by lord of the view » Fri Mar 19, 2004 5:06 pm

I would take:

Everclear's Sparkle and Fade
Stabbing Westward's Darkest Days
The Dreaming's EP
KRS-One A Retrospective
and Sublime's 40 Oz to Freedom
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Post by thread killer » Wed Mar 24, 2004 10:57 am

the verve pipe - underneath
19 wheels - jawbreaker
the verve pipe - villains
brian vander ark - resurrection
19 wheels - sugareen

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Post by everclear311 » Wed Mar 24, 2004 12:57 pm

everclear- so much for the afterglow
everclear- slowmotion day dream
everclear sparkle and fade
everclear-learning how to smile
311- transistor

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