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THE MAN

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THE MAN last won the day on May 3 2020

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About THE MAN

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    THE MAN wants you!

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  • Location
    Oshawa, Ontario
  • Interests
    Well, I like music. Quite alot. I like all forms of music, but in particular i would have to say rock (what ever happened to "& roll" anyway?). I play guitar, drums, bass guitar, tuba, trumpet, keyboards, baratone, trombone, saxaphone.......well you get the idea. I'm a lazy bum, generally only moving to grab a new guitar, my favorite being my silver stratocaster. I also try to be funny, but I generally just confuse people. Well thats basically all there is to know about me.
  • Public Name
    Tyler

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  • Amusing Quote or Song Lyric
    "Remember when you were young? You shone like the sun. Shine on you crazy diamond" "Shine on you crazy Diamond", Pink Floyd (about Syd Barret)
  • Favourite MG(B) Song
    Prime Time Deliverance or Avalanche

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  1. I can't believe anyone is shocked that someone could live 49 years without growing, learning or improving themselves. If you look at the vast majority of people, they never change their ways or habits in any meaningful way. Some people are just... kinda stupid in that way... We might listen to one! I know tons of people that fit that bill, I'm sure you all do. That's just humans for ya. Granted, blaming bi-polar on your personal dysfunction IS a pretty lame cop-out after so long. The real kicker is acting holier-than-thou about it. If my rage issues made me punch someon
  2. No one is somehow personally removing or cancelling anyone from anything on behalf of the masses. It's about a social climate that promotes this as individuals. That we should factor behavior that is harmful in some way to others caused by an artist INTO part of our personal preferences and tastes in regards to pieces of their art. This is what is happening, right now. And I don't believe this is rational whatsoever. This is political correctness taken to newer, more unnecessary heights. Because with it's idealistic promotion in mainstream culture, the natural human res
  3. This IS cancel-culture in action. It's not some magical wave washing over us. Its a personal choice being made by individuals happening in real time.
  4. C'mon now kids you ain't a star unless you've got a #metoo cancel culture campaign literally burning a hole in your social media inboxes... ... Anyway onto my blip blabbin' because, well, I can and I never get too serious on here... but I guess one time I'll be honest with my personal opinions because ABOVE ALL Matthew Good fans are a hardcore group the likes of which I rarely see for many other artist. All the most dedicated fans that I talk to here or at shows or just whenever day to day are always smart, friendly and respectable. I admire this greatly in all of you and I think b
  5. I hate to start just making demands on people who got the VIP buuuut I can't help myself..... Would anyone ask if he would do a "Rooms part 2" recording, reworking some other songs acoustically again?
  6. Not a bad album, but in my fanboy opinion it could have been more. It exposes a notable weakness. While a snare on 2 & 4 is easy and always works... Just way too much of either: Kick drum on " & 1... 3 & " or " 1 ... & 3 " The songs that don't rely on these bits as much tend to be the ones I like more on this album and most albums lately. I fully admit though, it is a tough habit to break out of if you aren't a consummate drummer, though... Which Blake is! ...But so is Ian Browne...except in the band Matt obviously gave him the space to fuck around. Gian
  7. For ages, in Windows Media Player when Beautiful Midnight loaded up and got track info, the credits for "Load Me Up" composers would always say Christie Priske instead of Rich Priske. The guy playing pedal steel guitar on Blue Skies and Hopeless on WLRRR is actually the guy who plays guitar with Neko Case, Paul Rigby. The song Long Way Down started off from the drums on the (fantastic) Comfortable Criminals song but I think most people knew that. I heard the song "Dusk" was just something that Matt did on the spot in the studio while sitting around mixing the newer In A Coma tracks
  8. I just want to hear Tiger By The Tail at the first Toronto show.
  9. I got tickets for the 1st Toronto show in a groupon deal. I didn't even know you could get concert tickets with a groupon..I got a burger and a poutine for $5 the day before, haha.
  10. Cool video, and full of classic downtown 'shwa! I think it's not the first time he's at least attempted a video here in Oshawa. I remember hearing he was doing a video for Near Fantastica way back when at Camp Samac right by where I am.
  11. What you don't understand is that with Warne Livesey, he only needed 30 seconds to finish the song. He is just THAT good...
  12. Awesome, I bet that it is excellent. I think it'll help break up the recording/touring new material cycle he has been going at for a while. Kind of like how the greatest hits/acoustic disc to me at least kicked things off in a new direction. Could even be some cool guests. Get Jonny Greenwood on it, spare no expense!
  13. Yup, for sure. Avalanche, WLRRR as well as AoD are simply great records and all unique in their own way just jam packed full of greatness. And often the ones I will suggest people to listen to (after Underdogs of course haha).
  14. officially retitled to "We Have Done This Before, We WON'T Do This Again" Good call on giving them the chop, though. If I were to think aloud on here, I would even cut another 1 or 2 and keep it nice and tight. The songs seem so dense already (just add Warne in there and it's another world) that it seems like just an overwhelming amount of stuff to absorb sonically for anything more that 45 minutes. But of course stuff gets minimized or chopped up in production so it's a whole new ballgame. Less is more they say. I still wish Hospital Music was paired down to 10 songs. it has it's "sound"
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