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I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO FINALLY SEEING SYMPHONY X IN AUSTRALIA!!11!1!1!!!!
I think the link down the bottom:
You're not knocking Calvin & Hobbes are you??
My latest purchase kinda puts that one to shame though, I bought a house!
Reading this reminds me. I need to finish that off. Read the first half, never got round to finishing the second. Great book.
I think it's a moot question since DWOT > both of them.
Agalloch is listening music, not verse chorus verse. You just have to put it on, sit back and relax.
I would argue that you're better off using right tool for the job and go with R or Matlab. They're not terribly difficult languages to learn....
I used to work in a gormet pizza place doing deliveries and stuff. Pay sucked (Though I collected in tips) but hell I wish I could go back to that...
*shrugs* agalloch is agalloch. Then again, I can listen to burzum's dem som engang var which is basically the same riff played over and over for 9...
Picture disc hey, nice. The thing that really strikes me about that album is the album cover. It's amazing.
God I hope not. As much as the theme seems interesting, I hope they don't borrow too heavily from this song.
While I'm sure he's referring...
Apart from the fact that you should just STFU and buy it, like any Agalloch album, it doesn't sound like anything they've done previously (I'd say...
Title track is delicious.
One day... one day :(
Agalloch - Into the Painted Grey.
First listen. Didn't even know a new album was coming out.... can't wait to listen to the whole thing.
I think I've decided it's finally time to hand in my long hair badge. It's summer, it's hot, the hair is dry and it's a bitch to comb out each...
Act II definitely is. Haven't been able to get as much into Act I or Act III.
Act II is utter brilliance. Dredg are terribly brilliant...
Dredg - Of The Room
Does it do it with different CDs (Is the one you're using out of shape...)? Are the CDs pressed CDs or CDR's (which are thicker...)?