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Discussion in 'Novembers Doom' started by Novembers Paul, Sep 18, 2007.

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  1. Novembers Paul

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    The only thing that bothers me, is Biebob sounds SO close to Bebop, a form of Jazz (and the Ninja Turtles Villain,) and the club name reminds me of that every time I hear it. Honestly, I doubt we would use the club name in the title. Certainly in the liner notes though.
     
  2. Septembers Marc

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    Don't forget Gene Vincent's 'Be-bob-a-lula, she's my baby', haha!!!!
     
  3. Novembers Paul

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    We're about 90% on what the title will be, but if you guys have more, toss them out. You never know if one will catch our eye, and we'll like it better!
     
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    Achtland ^^goddess^^

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    Voices Call - Live in Belgium
     
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    Belgium- Bought and Sold

    It's for sale on ebay! HA!

    Seriously,
    How about ECSTASY TWILIGHT. AN EVENING OF NOVEMEBERS DOOM.

    P.S. I LOVE GENE VINCENT. RIP IT UP!
    BEBOP DELUXE WAS A GREAT BAND. RANDY RHOADS LOVED THE GUITARIST BILL NELSON.
    CHECK OUT AXE VICTIM AND HEAR A LOT OF RANDY RHOADS INFLUENCE.
     
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    Dragon_Unearthed Tattooed by darkness

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    Dark Fields for Belgium
    Within My Doom
    All the Darkness, Twice Again
    The Pale Haunt Forever
    The Pale Haunt Reservoir
    They Were Left to Darkness
     
  7. Novembers Paul

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    I really like "Dark Fields for Belgium" and "All the Darkness, Twice Again."

    Maybe if we ever do a second DVD, "All the Darkness, Twice Again" would be a good fit!
     
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    Call it drown my dirt with belgians... hahah...

    I was never good with names... :Smug:... but I could toss some crud out there, since I'd love a free copy, and it wouldn't hurt to try. Hopefully I can come up with a decent name eh, that would be ironic or somethin'.

    Live in Belgium? :confused:
    Novembers Doom - FREE BEER! Now that we've got your attention, Live in Belgium DVD
    A Night To Remember :p
    Evisceration of the Wicked
    Novembers Doom - Visions Fade... somethin.
    To Welcome Autumn
    A Farewell to Harm; Live in Belgium
    The Modern Facade :p
    Bringing Down Da House
    Novembers Doom: Belgian Fresh-Brew
    From The Hills of Belgium
    The Return of Joyous Memories (like in twilight innocence)

    Or, just....

    Joyous Memories
    or,
    Reminiscence

    I think it'd be cool to play on the whole 'memory' concept.
    A lot of your most touching stuff is about memories and the past events.

    Honestly if I were gonna release a DVD, I would probably call it "spinning plastic".... or maybe "The DVD"... "The Optical Storage Media Collection"

    Or something wikked awesome like "Cascading Transistors"

    poof
     
  9. Rycher

    Rycher Oskee Wow Wow!

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    "Darkness Descends on the 314th Day" (November 10th is the 314th day of the year)

    "Dark Metal, Dark Times"

    "Leaving it All On the Stage"

    "Live Catharsis"

    "Standing Alone in the Company of None"

    "Rising Through the Pain"

    "A Dark Baptism in Belgium"
     
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    Reaching for Light..Forever in Darkness
     
  11. BrandonS

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    I think DVD titles are pretentious, but that's just my opinion. :eek:
    Does it really need some fancy poetic name? That seems to be what every band is doing these days.
     
  12. chupe666

    chupe666 You may enter up to 25 ch

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    Something tells me using this for the title of a live concert dvd may be a bad idea.


    I definitely like 'An Autumn Reflection (in Belgium)' though.

    also:
    Down the Belgian Beer
    or
    HELLO CLEVELAND
     
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    Rycher Oskee Wow Wow!

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    Haha. I just love that line from Dark World Burden. To me, that's just a huge fist-in-the-air kind of moment.
     
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    Or
    Standing alone in the Company of Belgians
     
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    Somehow it doesn't surprise me that you have something like this to say, heh. :rolleyes:
     
  16. Novembers Paul

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    Oinkness... making friends all over the internet! :lol:
     
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    Belligerent Greekus Urungus

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    Doomed in Belgium

    thats all I've got.
     
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    ScientistOfDarkness a prophet in cosmology

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    :lol: Good one!

    I like "Dark Fields for Belgium"
     
  19. Jasonic

    Jasonic Doom On!

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    How about "Novembers Doom - Who's on bass?"
     
  20. Novembers Paul

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    Naaa. Chris is 100%, and has done more tours then anyone on bass in this band (3). Not to mention, has been involved on 3 of 6 CDs. He's earned the spot.
     
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