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  1. for the most part, i like their singles. and yes, their work with Arnold Lanni was better than that involving Bob Cock, erm.. *cough cough* Bob Rock.
  2. apparently, hookers and public officials do not accept NF$. well, i tried. ;)
  3. i wanna see Hannibal Rising when it comes out. hopefully it won't be like the last movie of the series with "Hannibal" in the title...
  4. Opening Credits: The Miniatures- Space and Time Waking Up: New Order- Sooner Than You Think First Day At School: David Bowie- Boys Keep Swinging Falling In Love: House of Pain- Jump Around (L...O...L...) Fight Song: REM- It's The End Of The World Breaking Up: Alien Ant Farm- Movies Prom: U2- Beautiful Day Life's OK: Monster Magnet- Space Lord Mental Breakdown: Joy Division- Heart and Soul Driving: Oasis- Acquiesce Flashback: System of a Down- Toxicity Getting Back Together: The Arcade Fire- Neighborhood #3 (Power Out) Wedding: The Rolling Stones- Ruby Tuesday Birth of Child: Van Halen- Jump Final Battle: Radiohead- Banana Co. Death Scene: MGB- The Future Is X-Rated Funeral Song: Hawksley Workman- Little Tragedies HAR HAR!
  5. guess it fizzled. too bad, really. i'm hoping someone sets that song to some clips of Groundhog Day. that'd work for me.
  6. Soderbergh, Romanek, Corbijn, Tarantino, Gilliam, Kubrick
  7. i'd probably stock it with random chitchat about nothing. and perhaps some attempts at writing. in fact, that's basically what the site in my profile is ('cept it's a collaborative effort with some friends, and we're all lazy)... so my ideal site would be like that, except perhaps a bit neater with more frequent updates.
  8. probably (in this order): MGB- Underdogs Radiohead- Kid A David Bowie- "Heroes" NIN- Downward Spiral Depeche Mode- Violator New Order- Power, Corruption & Lies of course this would be after the fury settles. and when/if i'd catch the thief, i'd congratulate them on their superior taste before i beat them to a pulp.
  9. i think Metal Airplanes and She's In It For The Money are solid. say what you want about cliche lyrics, but the songs themselves seem to flow well and they're just plain catchy. works for me. that said, i hope Matt succeeds in making this record kind of "weird," like he's mentioned before.
  10. alas, it's too bad the label's decided to cram garbage like Bones or Read My Mind down our throats. (with shit videos too, i might add-- enough with the scruffy cowboy crap; it was cool with Depeche Mode in 1990, it's not cool anymore!)
  11. now if only he could figure out a way to do The Worm without employing a series of strings and pulleys...
  12. bah, both are crappy videos. they're not the same, but they're in the same category- "generic."
  13. For Reasons Unknown is probably the best song on the album. the rest are either merely okay or quite forgettable. Sam's Town is not much of a sophomore effort, and it just goes to show that letting your ego run rampant on a CD usually doesn't pay off.
  14. Cat's Cradle by Vonnegut i like Slapstick better, but Cat's Cradle is a bit more accessible.
  15. cweb

    Nf Update

    nice redesign. it's clean, simple, and easy to navigate. great job, Anton!
  16. well, if he did, i'd still catch it so i could wave it in people's faces and be like "SEE? this is what ROCK smells like!"
  17. he only grabbed the stick. i think he should've framed it or something. knowing him, it's probably under a pile of clothes somewhere...
  18. as do i. great session drummer, greater live drummer. when he tossed his sticks into the crowd at the Buffalo show a while ago, a tall friend of mine caught one of them. oh, the jealousy.
  19. true, if the firewire is 1394b (most commonly called firewire 800, though not all 1394b transfers at around 800Mbit/s- some are faster). otherwise, USB Hi-Speed (aka USB 2.0) is faster. source however, these are all theoretical speeds anyway. actual transfer rates are also dependent on CPU, RAM, and drive speed.
  20. i'm gonna say Stage by David Bowie. as far as bootlegs go, i quite enjoy the Pixies bootleg i have of them playing a show in Minneapolis (4.13.04). or this old U2 bootleg from 1987, during the Joshua Tree days.
  21. just saw it today... the atmosphere had echoes of Brazil, but of course a bit more serious with the violence. i really liked the realism involved with the camera work and how the picture moves to follow certain bits of action. i remember one shot where some blood got dripped onto the lens, and there were little specks of blood in your view while you followed Clive Owen. nice detail there. it was definitely kinda scary and quite realistic. i plan on seeing it again eventually.
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