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  1. That's what I always do. No, I'm not ashamed. Not that I don't care about the causes. Because I really do. It's just that I find that I enjoy music a lot more when it's perceived on emotional level, rather than sociological. I don't know if that made any sense at all. Anyways, I'll leave you with this: "All art is at once surface and symbol. Those who go beneath the surface do so at their own peril. Those who read the symbol do so at their own peril. It is the spectator, and not life, that art really mirrors." ~Oscar Wilde
  2. Yes! Once I have the file, I'll keep seeding it too. I did't see it. Thanks for the heads up! I'll have a look. ETA: the bad news I'd have to download the whole damn thing just for the couple of tracks that I'm interested in. Oye! Tough decisions tough decisions. ;) EDIT: now I see I can download individual tracks. Heh, don't mind me, I'm not too smart when it comes to computers. Or anything for that matter. :angry:
  3. Thanks for the broadcast rips, guys. Very much appreciated. I missed it when it aired. Too bad the part of the interview was edited out. I take it CFOX isn't all that interested in African debt relief. Bah.
  4. Edit to Add: http://formulaband.com How could I forget them, dammit?!
  5. I could agree with that. However, they are part of the force that shaped the face of rock music as we know it. Whether you like it or not, directly or indirectly, you too are under their influence.
  6. Apparently he was in the band before the show, and auditioned on a drunk bet. Also, I don't really see anything "punk" about them. I know the rest of the band since their Everything After days (not that I was a fan, but they were pretty good, CFOX Seeds winners, by the way). Crippin used to play with Bif Naked, and Tom MacDonald played in Jar and Flybanger. So it's not like they came out of nowhere. They are actually quite well-known in Vancouver. Agreed about over-lipsyncing. As for moving like he has a seizure, I find it hilarious! Their CD is good. Not phenomenal, but it's still pretty good stuff. Sink Or Swim, Villain and Sugar Free are stand-outs IMO.
  7. HAH! Nice! I just about spit mah drink all over the keyboard.
  8. U2 was probably the most influencial band of the late 80's. I'm speaking not only of their influence on rock music, which is unquestionable and undeniable. They also got a whole generation interested in activism and political awareness. Joshua Tree is most definitely one of the best albums ever created.
  9. Their CD is pretty good indeed. There is a preview of the whole album on Much Music site: http://www.muchmusic.com/music/firstspin/hedley/ the official site is http://hedleyonline.com An interesting fact: Dave Genn co-wrote a few tracks with them. Listen to Sink Or Swim. 'Tis very good.
  10. in no particular order: http://hybrahma.com/ or http://www.myspace.com/hybrahma http://www.imonholiday.com/ http://myspace.com/theheck or http://www.theheck.ca/heck/index.html http://www.myspace.com/marianastrench http://myspace.com/faberband or http://www.faberband.com/ http://www.hedleyonline.com/ http://www.tenwaysfromsunday.com/ http://thealmightytruth.com/ http://www.exithiside.com/ http://www.myspace.com/perfectground http://www.myspace.com/theartofdying or http://www.artofdyingmusic.com/ http://www.therumoursonline.com/
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