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Discussion in 'LORD' started by Lord Tim, Nov 28, 2005.
Here you go: http://troldhaugen.bandcamp.com/album/ramshackle
He recovered okay, I recall seeing ads for some gigs he was playing.
Generic folk metal, the mind boggles I know what you're saying though. Don't sell the sound short though, it's accepted because it's good.
Is there really such a thing?
Awesome! Big ups to both of those, thanks dudes
It reminds me of circusy avant-garde metal like Sleepytime Gorilla Museum or Unexpect, perhaps without being quite as weird!
Well given that they they are two of my favourite bands I'm not surprised they worked their way into there haha. Thanks!
was watching a kid's show yesterday called The Aquabats! Super Show! and they had a villain character called Carl who sounded like our dear old Strong Bad and wore a luchador mask.
Wondering if it was a reference or something, looked it up and turns out it actually was the guy who created and performed as Strong Bad playing Carl. He is one of the main writers on the show and also writes for the kids show Yo! Gabba! Gabba! with his brother who made Homestar Runner with him.
Good to see guys turn internet fame into real careers.
The Homestar guys made Yo Gabba Gabba???
Now I know who to murder!
Kill the people who made In The Night Garden first!
I still have nightmares from seeing it in hospital when I was off my face on painkillers!
that scarred me worse than the skin grafts! uke:
A pain I live through every day
Children are evil. I have two and they torture me daily with this mind warping gibberish
The one upside of being in Perth at the moment... no bloody kids shows!
Or tv in general actually
How long are you in Perth for?
Just till Thursday... working the night shift at a huge new site. Although tomorrow will be a 24 hour workday, visiting a couple of other customers beforehand (yay me)
Deaf signs ruled offensive
Bugger. Thought I'd buy you a beer. But as always with IT projects you work twice as hard when you travel anywhere
Tell me about it... started work at 6am (damn east coast customers) and I'm working through till 11pm
My latest philosophy is as follows:
I watched a program about parents taking their kids to Hollywood in the hope of getting auditions and landing roles, often spending years there and spending massive amounts of money. The vast majority end up going home disappointed.
Is there no alternative path to an acting career over there? Or are they all just wanting their kids to take the direct path to Hollywood stardom? It's all rather sad really. What a horrible industry.
I remember seeing a stat once that said for every actor who lands a role in a major picture (no matter how small), there are around 2500 that have gone home after five years of failure