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Discussion in 'Novembers Doom' started by Dead_Lioness, Jun 8, 2004.

  1. WhiteBeastofWotan

    WhiteBeastofWotan Apostitutes!

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    you should release it with another album that has Brutal-as-fuck versions of your old songs :D hah
    i'm joking of course
     
  2. NvmbrsDoom5

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    Hehe well I know you mean it in jest but unfortunately alot of people actually are probably going to accuse us of ripping off Opeth's idea, even though they're not the first ones to do an all acoustic album either. Hopefully the music will speak for itself.
     
  3. WhiteBeastofWotan

    WhiteBeastofWotan Apostitutes!

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    yeah, i know what you mean... i can't really imagine it coming out sounding like opeth.... ND are so much doomier in every way possible (obviously)
     
  4. Greg B.

    Greg B. fuck "M."

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    larry i;m the most likely of all to say you're ripping off opeth because well i'm an asshole but if you did an acoustic album, i;d say you were ripping offf simon and gsrfunkle then vomit in the palm tree
     
  5. NvmbrsDoom5

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    Simon and Garfunkle are awesome, though. I'd take that as a compliment!
     
  6. turnloosetheswans

    turnloosetheswans metal weirdoD

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    yeah....tesla did it waaaaaaaay before both ya all.... yeah....cowboy....of the modern daaaaaay
     
  7. NvmbrsDoom5

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    I know.......I know.....doo-doo-do-do-do I knoooow.......(Fade out)


    Hehe:loco:
     
  8. Usurper Dan

    Usurper Dan No good can come of this

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    Name your cd '5 man acoustical sad'
     
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    turnloosetheswans metal weirdoD

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    lol...something about the word sad always makes me fucking laugh....
     
  10. Greg B.

    Greg B. fuck "M."

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    I only wish Simon and Garfunkle had put more songs on the graduate soundtrack. Rotating between the three = annoying
     
  11. agony4slaughter

    agony4slaughter I hate you all.

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    Why is it whenever there is a serious topic being discussed on anyones forum here at UM, this guy always seems to have some idiotic response, that never has a thing to do with the topic on hand? Pathetic moron.
     
  12. agony4slaughter

    agony4slaughter I hate you all.

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    You guys need to play Dark Fields For Brilliance, and Dawn Breaks!
     
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    "Silent Tomorrow" [dark-edit] is a MUST to every show IMO ;)
     
  14. NvmbrsDoom5

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    Only problem there, is that the dark edit version of Silent Tomorrow consists mainly of keyboards, which makes it nearly impossible for us to do live, since we don't currently employ a keyboardist.
    We've performed Silent Tomorrow live in the past but we've performed the regular version of it. It's a great song on album but I don't think it translates well in a live setting. Same with "Last God" which is one of my favorite songs we've recorded. When we tried playing that song live, it just didn't work as well, much too long and slow.
     
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    Usurper Dan No good can come of this

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    When I saw you play Silent Tomorrow in Ohio, I thought it sounded great.
     
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    We played Silent Tomorrow at Metalfest once, and it was OK. If we worked on it a bit, and tried to come up with a way to make it sound a bit more full, we might play it again. As we ssaid though, the new material is full of live type songs, so i'm sure we're going to play lots of the stuff.
     
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    ...and hopefully also sometime over here in Austria. :wave:
    BTW: Thank you guys for your answer @ "Silent Tomorrow"
     

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