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uglyredhonda last won the day on October 5 2019

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  1. Slight nudge on those numbers: MG, Dan Mangan, Bernie Breen, and anyone else on MG's team would count in the 1000 limit but would not have paid. Also: the Host fee shouldn't apply here since MG is hosting it himself. Side Door was originally set up for people hosting concerts in their homes, and I believe that's what that 10% is for. Having seen a couple of these, I'm still not entirely sold on Zoom as a reliable provider for this kind of thing. I like this kind of thing and I think it's brilliant, but having 5-10% of your paying customers not be able to access the stream because of
  2. HUUUGE thanks for posting this! Especially the note about "Prime Time Deliverance". This is from MG's first-ever show at Massey Hall - October 26, 2007. Duncan Coutts from Our Lady Peace recorded the show for MG. I think MG said at some point that there were union issues that made it prohibitively expensive to release the show in its entirety. The three iTunes bonus tracks on Vancouver are from the same show. There are a couple of audience recordings floating around from that night, too. This was one my favourite songs from that night, so it's especially awesome to finally have
  3. Late to this thread, but for those looking for MG's ambient music piece from matthewgood.net, here it is: (File was labelled "tune.swf". I assume "Globes" came from the landing screen seen here - it linked to world@matthewgood.net.)
  4. I can't imagine that there's a single MG release actually worth $900, much less $1500. I own that release - if I thought it was worth that kind of money, I'd stop playing it (and probably sell it). That particular release (it's "White", but it's got a little bit of a gray streak) is rare because it was made for the VIP packages on the Arrows tour, so there aren't that many of them. Nearly all of them are signed because it was part of the VIP package for the Arrows tour. (Mine's unsigned because I got it as a "thank you" for a charity donation. It was a completely unexpected surprise - my
  5. Part 2 came out today. Btw - this is archival - recorded and originally released on 102.1 The Edge in 2009 (11/15/09 and 11/22/09). Worth a listen regardless.
  6. I assuming it's this one, from an old t-shirt: http://web.archive.org/web/20160406103416/http://matthewgood.store-08.com:80/chaotic-neutral/mg010024-matthew-good-men-s-boy-and-wolf-t-shirt-black/ Welp, the post editor is broken. Corrected link to original: http://web.archive.org/web/20160406103416/matthewgood.store-08.com/chaotic-neutral/mg010024-matthew-good-men-s-boy-and-wolf-t-shirt-black/
  7. It looks like the GA tickets sold out, and all that's left are Reserved balcony seats. The GA tickets were probably the $46 ones.
  8. February 28, 2019 - Rose Theatre, Brampton, ON http://www.brampton.ca/sites/Rose-Theatre/en/Events-And-Tickets/Pages/ShowDetails.aspx?ShowID=1431&ShowDate=02/28/2019 March 3, 2019 - Capitol Centre, North Bay, ON http://www.capitolcentre.org/events/matthew-good
  9. As sad as I am about this, I was also upset when I went back to re-read my interactions with her on here - and discovered that all of her posts were gone. This is the last time I'll make a big deal about this, but people, including any admins, should not have the power to wipe out entire post histories, with the exception of troll and spam accounts. And this is precisely why - they're the record of our interactions - they're our memories. We already lose so much that we know and remember about people when they're no longer with us. (PS: I'm assuming the deletions must have hap
  10. There are two FirstOntario Arts Centres - you might have looked at the website for the one in Saint Catharines. Tickets: https://secure1.tixhub.com/milton/online/b_otix.asp?cboPerformances=1194&cboEvent=768&perfcount=1
  11. Oh, you were totally fine. I actually prefer that kind of discussion - I'd rather someone be vocal about how they feel and make me rethink my opinion. I did social media for a major label band (who most of you would know) for a number of years, and, if my client had done this, I would have removed the links from the website myself once I knew that they were dead. The last thing I want from a PR standpoint is for people to follow those dead urls, especially if it were possible that someone else could scoop up the usernames on those accounts. Not to say that it wasn't endorsed or
  12. I said basically what I said before about his reactions to trolls - that his tendency to scorch the earth (as has happened repeatedly over the last 15 years) isn't a reasonable response. Trolls will exist anywhere he goes - wiping accounts won't solve the problem. I noted that it's often felt like narcissism - that he loves the interaction when people validate his personal shares, but then he burns the house down when it upsets him (ie, when someone gets too personal and crosses a line). Someone correctly noted that that was an unfair analysis - that, since we don't know exactly what happ
  13. I just tried to dig myself out of a hole in a thread on the MG fan Facebook page, so I'll avoid some of that discussion, but I'll note this: That he deleted the FB page concerns me the most. That one wasn't used for "personal" stuff like the Twitter or IG - that one handled promotions. His management can't be very happy about all of this right now. And, not that I want details - but was it more personal attacks over stuff that probably shouldn't be talked about in public? I think the biggest damage caused by him doing this is the not knowing why - we end up with fans squabbling over
  14. I doubt the white ones even exist yet.
  15. Seeing some of the responses here: I'm assuming Avalanche was supposed to be white all along. I think the "error" that the official store was referring to was that they were pressed on black instead of white. Musicvaultz likely never looked at the albums themselves before shipping them out, and just assumed they were correct. (If so, depending on who screwed that up, the whites would either be a limited run to cover the initial orders, or a repress by the factory to replace the black ones.)
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