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    I never wanted to die with you, but the way you're digging graves changed my mind.
  1. I hope that means he's a really good teacher, because I think he's a really good musician. I only met him once, I ordered his CDs by e-mailing him on the Sanseiru page, and he ended up dropping them off in person a few days later, and both are excellent. I know he teaches Physics at St. Mary's though. I started a thread about Sanseiru a long time back, but no one listened to me, so I gave up, oh well. ... Forgot to mention, I also like the Broadways, add that to my list in the previous post.
  2. Ok So I actually started out pretty late listening to real music, around grade 11 or 12 in highschool, before that all I knew was that I hated everything everyone else listened to, so mostly I listened to classical music, or nothing at all. I still listen to classical sometimes, good relaxing stuff. As for rock, I started getting into bands like the Barenaked Ladies and Goo Goo Dolls, but that faded really quick and I never listen to either anymore, but those led to an obcession with Matthew Good which has continued since. Late in highschool my friend introduced me to some other bands like ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead, Rival Schools, and such. I also listened to a bit of Radiohead then, but surprisingly I didn't think they were very special, and that faded until I found a copy of OK Computer at a garage sale a few years ago, and I've been hooked since. I also started liking punk music somewhere in there. Of late I try to find good indie and punk acts acts that are underrated, so most of the bands I like a lot are: Matthew Good (Band), Smashing Pumpkins, Tragically Hip, Radiohead, And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead, Rise Against, Hot Water Music, The Lawrence Arms, Rival Schools, The Constantines, The Weakerthans, Broken Social Scene, Convoj, Sanseiru, Logh, Soundrak, Worthless United, Shoulder, and a few others I'm sure I'm forgetting to list. and I also like The Refrshments, sue me.
  3. For anyone who might be interested, I found this the other day. Convoj - Assure That I'm Not Mean: http://s62.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=2TRMKCY...AQ2BMID3QC7L5AI Good songs, fast paced, kinda catchy, a little different from their other stuff.
  4. New songs out by this band on their myspace page (www.myspace.com/convoj). Also, the great song Glory Hole, which you can download in m4a format, courtesy of me, here: http://beta.yousendit.com/transfer.php?act...C0A4EAB5BE0DBED I should also say that the songs My Timekeeping Heart and RAMJAC on their myspace page are re-recorded versions, and sound different than the ones you may have heard before, worth another listen.
  5. Oh, maybe it's because I don't listen to coldplay and have this skewed opinion of what they sound like. I kinda thought that the main singer guy sounds like Chris Martin without all the voice-cracking though.
  6. So, if you're like me, you've been watching a lot of olympics. And during the olympics they keep running this Chevrolet ad with this really cool song that can be described as "sounding like Coldplay, except a lot better." And I mean A LOT, because I hate Coldplay. Either way this song intreigued me and so I went on a crazy search of the internet to find it, and I finally have. And I think you should all check it out. It's called "Mister Sister" by The Tender Box http://www.myspace.com/tenderbox listen there. You can thank me later.
  7. I bought a copy way back when for cheap from HMV or musicworld or something. I had no idea it was rare/worth anything.
  8. Old news, I mentioned this song in this forum months ago (Back in May even). But hey, still good to listen to.
  9. Best concert ever: The Constantines opening for Matthew Good ahead of Radiohead And I think it would actually mesh adequately well.
  10. Ok I'll preface this by saying that I know one of the members of this band, and that's the only reason I've heard of them. That said, they're actually pretty decent and everyone else I've let listen to them has been impressed. They just released a 3-track demo available for download at: http://www.myspace.com/riversiderock The tracks are actually pretty good and they're trying to get some notoriety, so if you feel like supporting a new band, give them a listen. I mean, they spent $4,000 to record these three songs, so the sound quality's pretty good, they'd appreciate it if you'd check them out. Thanks
  11. Old news, it's already been up on this forum
  12. You're all overlooking the amazing songs of Bluebird, Dancing Invisible, and Second Sun. Bluebird, Dancing Invisible and Last of the Ghetto Astronauts being my favourite of all of them.
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