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JacqWazz

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JacqWazz last won the day on November 12 2011

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  1. Great video...despite the fact I'd like to reach out and smack every last person talking in the background. Matt's singing Omissions Of The Omen, the only way to respond is sit down, shut up and bask in the greatness before you. It's not Apparitions or something we hear everytime.
  2. The Jack Singer wouldn't be considered a night club. Far from it. It's a pretty classy place, not like Mac Hall or Cowboys where you expect it to happen.
  3. Setlist from Calgary Night 1: Lights of Endangered Species Last Parade Born Losers Set Me On Fire Shallows Low What If I Can't See The Stars Mildred Zero Orchestra Load Me Up Hello Time Bomb Non Polulus Apparitions Weapon Encore: While We Were Hunting Rabbits (not written on the setlist. Looks like a last minute add on. I know this as I have the setlist) Giant Alert Status Red
  4. Wow. That piano version of Rabbits is amazing. I hope he plays that at one of the shows I've got tickets for. I'm shocked that there is a lack of Everything is Automatic. That's been a favorite for a long time and I haven't heard it live in a couple of years.
  5. That song and Symbolistic White Walls are on my "To Die Happy" list. Over the last 10 years I've been able to knock off every other song (including Under The Influence), but those two have eluded me. That being said, seeing Advertising on Police Cars and Prime Time Deliverance on the list has made me very happy.
  6. None of that is happening? Really? So the contest with the setlist I just imagined. As I did with this? Matt is selling a product, called M+. That product includes: 1) Regularly updated content about songwriting and recording. 2) The ability to comment on posts. (Which is diminished now that there aren't any regular blog posts.) 3) Occasional M+ meet and greets at shows. (This probably happened five times during the touring this year.) So I'm just imagining that this is an exclusive club where people that don't pay for content get the same extras? Okay, where should I have entered for the setlist without being a member? And where can I find the info for the meet and greets then? I mean if you don't have to be a member to get the benefits, where is the info for the rest of us posted? If what I just said about the club scenerio is wrong, please feel free to point me to where this information is posted for EVERYONE. You both seem to be missing the point. I don't give a flying eff what the content is. I have an issue with the fact that a guy who time and time again critizes others for having specific groups that get information and those who don't posts in a public forum stating "Here is info for one group and here is info for another".
  7. No sir, you are blind to what is obvious. Matt owes us nothing but when you publically speak on freedom of information and equality that people should get the same information and then run a website where those who pay you get "better" information, you don't find that incredibly hipocritical? Can you not see where that seems to be a little off based on what his very public and open beliefs are? I don't care if he wrote a blog saying he had eggs for breakfast, the fact that he will happily segregate posts and information between those who pay him and those who don't DOES NOT align with many of his posts where he critizes other groups to keeping information to people or providing it only to the elite. And the cost is also irrelevant. Most of his posts regarding the Bush Administration outlined actions much like this, but then he does it to his own fan base. Elitism is the belief or attitude that some individuals, who supposedly form an elite
  8. While I respect his decision, something about posting only to those paying money to him rubs me wrong. He is outspoken against politicans and others who only cater to elite groups or provide information only to those who are better off and then proceeds to do something very similar to his own fans. He's made two posts today in his M+ blog which would be equal to what he would do on the free one during the day. I've been a fan of his for 15 years but I'm almost considering boycotting this next album and tour because I just cannot agree with his reasonings for having M+ and denying fans who cannot or do not pay for these extra's as well as discontinuing his blog but being willing to post stuff to people who pay him. If he speaks against something he should then support it in his own doings.
  9. Awesome. I hope you can find it and it didn't get tossed.
  10. I wish I had seen this sooner. HUGE interest in the Beautiful Midnight poster. I have been trying to get ahold of one of those for years now. Do you have pics/price for that one? Is it still available?
  11. I know he opened the Calgary show on November 1, 2005 with Man From Harold Wood/Rat Who Would Be King with a full band (only reason it sticks out is because he also played Suburbia, Prime Time Deliverance and Advertising on Police Cars and I was pretty sure I could die happy at that point). That's the only time I can recall him playing it in Alberta or at least the shows I've been to. Actually, I think that sticks out as the best concert of his I have been to. Well that or Stampede 2003 where he played Under the Influence and Generation X-Wing and crowd surfed.
  12. This is the setlist I have from the Medicine Hat show following the X929 show at Wild Bill's. A Single Explosion Avalanche Odette 99% of Us is Failure I'm a Window It's Been a While Since I was your Man Blue Skies Over Bad Lands Weapon Born Losers Black Helicopter Apparitions True Love Will Find You In the End Giant Hello Time Bomb Load Me Up Champions of Nothing
  13. Advertising on Police Cars live with a full band is mindblowing. Had the priviledge to hear it a couple of years ago. Just amazing. And I have also heard Near Fantastica live. Sadly, I didn't appreciate the song as much at the time and only years later realized how great it was. I think there is only one song I'm really wanting to hear live and never have: Prime Time Deliverence.
  14. It was the drummer who answered just like Sharon.
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