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davin 10-11-2006 01:40 AM

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Originally Posted by wHATcOLOR
the intelligence of machina:

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keep it coming bill, i can't wait!

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Originally Posted by mccririck
Yep, when you put it like that it's hard to argue. :erm:

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are you fucking kidding me? you idiots are dismissing an entire album/era because of a few lyrical refrains?!

give me a fucking break -- you obviously have not heard The Arising! tour/era material...either that or you have extreme mental retardation.

'|' jIMMY '|' 10-11-2006 06:35 AM

kill hannah? what are they?
pumpkins are pumpkins, man! no labeling there.
and its good to be back home.

Kahlo 10-11-2006 06:39 AM

Kill Hannah suck balls.

still, any news is good news sort of.

davin 10-11-2006 03:05 PM

kill hannah are a local band from chicago, that has never quite been able to make it. sometimes they act like the cure, sometimes more gothic, sometimes more emo...but lately they are a rock/electronica band trying to be a little heavier.

they headlined the pumpkins tribute show (act 4) a while back at Metro.

Forgotten Child 10-11-2006 04:08 PM

Volcano! is "the future of Chicago rock."

davin 10-11-2006 07:54 PM

kill hannah floated on the verge of "making it" for years and years. its not like they've ever had anything i would consider to be a "break out" success.

wHATcOLOR 10-11-2006 08:06 PM

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Originally Posted by davin
:Stupid: :Stupid: :Stupid:



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are you fucking kidding me? you idiots are dismissing an entire album/era because of a few lyrical refrains?!

give me a fucking break -- you obviously have not heard The Arising! tour/era material...either that or you have extreme mental retardation.


hey smartass, it said the intelligence of machina, not the intelligence of the arising tour. and it's not 'a few lyrical refrains', it's a recurring theme of lazy songwriting, and it comes across a lot more clearly than any supposed theme of the whole machina mystery

can you give me an example of the intelligence of machina? i really don't see anything worth being called out as intelligent about that album

davin 10-11-2006 08:12 PM

hey dumbass, the arising tour and machina both consist of the same material.

and YES, it certianly is just a few lyrical refrains, 4 to be exact. Your saying this is representative of all 15 tracks of the machina album?

age of innocence is a great fucking song with great writing, so is stand inside your love.......and glass + the ghost children. if you don't see any intelligent song-writing in any of these songs, especially compared to whats on the radio today, then i say again....you have extreme mental retardation.

wHATcOLOR 10-11-2006 08:30 PM

ok so when someone names an album, you think of the tour that preceded it by a year, where they roadtested the songs, and significantly reworked most of them before putting them on the album. awesome, davster.

also, intelligence by comparison to radio content doesn't necessarily amount to a whole lot of intelligence, so that point a worthless one to me.

davin 10-11-2006 08:41 PM

even though the production of the songs changed from arising to the album, the actual songs themselves didn't really change that much. go back and listen to them. and besides, this was only part of my point.

even if you discount the "stripped down versions", and you discount the comparison to radio content, you're trying to say in all honesty that there is no intelligent song writing or content in those 3 songs i mentioned? arguably others too, but i'm starting with the ones that are the most obvious to prove my point.

wHATcOLOR 10-11-2006 08:57 PM

no, that's not at all what i said.

my main point is that selecting the word 'intelligent' to describe the album is hard for me to accept given how stupid the album seems to me with all the lame, boring repetition.

douglas78 10-11-2006 09:38 PM

kill hannah were at the figoara(spelled that one wrong) benefit show at metro. i was there. they were really neon light looking

brendo_91 10-11-2006 09:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Gollum
Yes.

How so?

There's an interview with Billy that talks about how when he was doubletracking the guitars on Fuck You, he bent the neck a bit at the end... and then perfectly doubled it on the next take.

It's often advantageous to pick one player and get them to do all their parts, and the parts of anyone else who they can do. Take Metallica for instance: before St Anger, James did all the rhythm guitars, while Kirk did most of the leads.

douglas78 10-11-2006 09:45 PM

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Originally Posted by Rommy
the reunited Pumpkins




^ <<< key point

douglas78 10-11-2006 09:48 PM

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Originally Posted by Rommy
Yeah bro! It's the flag of the forthcoming SP revolution!


remember the kiss army? this is going to be the sp army with little midgets running around with skeleton masks :cry:


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