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Discussion in 'Dark Tranquillity' started by Naku ist krig, Sep 29, 2003.

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  1. Arch

    Arch ‫‬**‪‫‬**҉‫‬**‪‫‬**҉ ‫‬*

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    A: Any instrumental piano music. Since the question asked for particular song, I'll say Maia - Antonio's Song.

    Q: Ever met any Swedish metal band members? If so, who?
     
  2. Gtranquillity

    Gtranquillity The fear I feel inside...

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    A. DT - Naglfar - Soilwork

    Q. You?
     
  3. Ethereal Sage

    Ethereal Sage Mind Of Out Sight Of Out

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    A: Opeth.

    Q: Does meeting band members change the way you interperate their music in any way?
     
  4. rahvin

    rahvin keeper of the flame

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    A: it depends. meeting bands doesn't really add much to my knowledge of them most of the times. generally speaking, it makes everyone seem simpler and younger, so i rearrange my views of their production by considering that it's usually the product of people my age or younger, with similar shortcomings and flaws.
    getting to know some band members, on the other hand, can give you a better insight on what they actually think and feel when they're composing music. about dt, i have by now a pretty good idea. about others, i couldn't really say and i'm not even that interested in finding out, with the noticeable exception of vnv nation.

    Q: what separates a good reading from literature?
     
  5. Ethereal Sage

    Ethereal Sage Mind Of Out Sight Of Out

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    A:Choice. You decide if a read is good or not, whereas 'literary masters' decide what is good in relation to the subject. On an artistic level though, not much would separate them, I feel.

    Q: Do you feel that existential questions are deeper contemplated under the influence of mind-altering substances?
     
  6. Rusty

    Rusty A-HAHAHA!

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    A: I'm buggered if they are for me, unless it's a question specifically of my own existence... although actually I don't contemplate much deeper in that case, just feel the same conclusion with a great deal more conviction.

    Q: What do you generally think of spoken vocals, as opposed to singing/growling/screaming etc?
     
  7. MagSec4

    MagSec4 .:..::.: :.::..:.

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    As in the case of the others (singing, growling, etc..) it depends on the moment and the music that goes with them.
    There are instances in which a violent scream or a gutteral growl is just the perfect thing at a certain point of a song or along with certain instrumental parts, and I wouldn't have it any other way.. There are times when clean soothing vocals are the most fitting thing in the world, and similarly, there are times when spoken word goes perfectly with a certain riff or a certain part of a song.

    Complete and consistent use of any of them is not a good thing for me though (for some more so than others)


    Q: If you could have a go at one of those casket-like chambers that are sound proof, motionless, completely filled with darkness; and that hold you in a bath of water at the temperature of your own body (Allows for deep detachment of your sensory self and thus letting your imagination and your thoughts run freely and uninhibited) ..what would you suppose you'll start 'dreaming' about? ..what would you like to think about in this state? ..if you could have a song playing in this state, what would it be?
     
  8. Arch

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    A: I probably don't feel gravity, so I might dream (trip out) about floating in the air. I don't know about the music, though.

    Q: What interests you?
     
  9. Caelestia

    Caelestia rawr

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    A: Lots of things. Music and people are always among the top of my list.

    Q: Money or freedom?
     
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    A: In the case of having one and not having the other, i'd rather have freedom without money instead of money and not being free to use it.

    Q: Are you the type of person who writes important things down (things you have or want to do) or just try to remember them on your own?
     
  11. Spike

    Spike Blinded By The Light...

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    A: Far to open ended question Li, interpreting it my own way I would say money, provided that I am not in jail and thus can't use it.

    Q:Who wants to be a millionaire!!?![/Eddie]

    Sensory deprivation Chamber dude, or did you already know that? :)
     
  12. Ethereal Sage

    Ethereal Sage Mind Of Out Sight Of Out

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    A: Not if it draws attention and trouble.

    Q: What do you think cows think about most often?
     
  13. rahvin

    rahvin keeper of the flame

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    A: they wish they were horses.

    Q: describe an ongoing inner joke between you and your best friend
     
  14. hyena

    hyena counterclockwise

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    a: well, there's a thing that sounds like "bubububu"... :p

    q: same.
     
  15. Spike

    Spike Blinded By The Light...

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    A: see above post. 'rocket-surgery' (doesn't seem to have that much circulation yet) But in case you missed the point, it's either 'rocket-science' or 'brain-surgery' which people most often use to describe something complicated. For full effect one my say "it's not rocket surgery" in the most stupid voice possible, as if pretending to be a moron.

    Q: Ditto.
     
  16. Hiljainen

    Hiljainen why can't we not be sober

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    A: not my best friend, but anyway: something about the italian volleyball player Fei and why he didn't get the number 6 on his shirt. a high quantity of sillyness and alcohol and a little knowledge of italian is needed to get it

    Q: i like this question, same
     
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    A: Hmmm, we put Big ol' in front of everything. for example, Big ol' dick, big ol' asshole, etc etc.
    Another one would be in the case when someone would want something, like money, we would reach into our pockets trying to find it, and say "oh there it is" and pull our hand out and flip them off and then say "know what that means? it means fuck off". It's so predictable nowadays, but funny none-the-less.

    Q: ...How about the same question?
     
  18. Ethereal Sage

    Ethereal Sage Mind Of Out Sight Of Out

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    A: If I knew of one, I'd share it, but I'm struggling at the moment.

    Q: I won't ruin the atmosphere, same question.
     
  19. Spike

    Spike Blinded By The Light...

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    A: Oh please you knob-end, you know plenty! :p

    Best. In Joke. EVER.

    You know how as young perverted adolescent guys (aren't we all? :rolleyes: ) when someone said 'rack' or 'jugs' in a completely normal sentence about... say, hardware or a beer holder, and someone who over heard it would invariably say something like "hehe... he said 'rack'... huhuh" (Ala Beavis and Butt head) Well, that got so done to death that we took it to the next level. Not only are we adept at pulling sexual innuendos out of the most innocent of sentences (in case you hadn't noticed with me. ;) ) but when someone DOES say such a sentence, we pick the absolute most innoculous word in the phrase and substitute that instead.

    example. "Are you going to need a little help holding up that rack dear, it looks a little heavy" (let's just say she is installing a spice rack in the kitchen for the sake of it) and someone will snicker while sayin' "hehe..... he said 'heavy'"[/beavis] or something to that effect.

    The obvious word to go with is the primary adjective relating to the word in question, but the less relevant a word is the stupider and therefore funnier it is.

    Example: "Hehe... he said 'it' huhhh....." "Hehe... he said 'the' huhhh....." and the ultimate "Hehe... he said 'a' huhhh....." (of course this depends on the context of the sentence.

    Q:.....play it again sam.
     
  20. Ethereal Sage

    Ethereal Sage Mind Of Out Sight Of Out

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    A: Still don't know.

    Q: Are you annoyed by how easily the mind is distracted from important revelations?
     
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