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The Questions for Danny Thread!

Discussion in 'Anathema' started by HarmonyDies...., May 27, 2002.

  1. Russell

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    Yeah, but what is Karma? Huh? :loco:
     
  2. pagan2002

    pagan2002 danny cavanagh

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    if you dont know what karma is, go to a google.com, look for a dictionary and type in "karma".
    or for alot more information, go to google and type in "the way of wyrd" or "karma" or something like that...
    fuckinghell you should know it's not that hard...
     
  3. 7 Dying Trees

    7 Dying Trees Bastard Albino Elf

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    What is the most memorable gig you have ever played with anathema, which one was the worst, and which one the most comical and why?
     
  4. Mariner

    Mariner all the way

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    Did know this all already, except that Fm in the 2nd las part! Thx!
    It's great to hear that there is the hunger to play other A4-songs besides Fragile Dreams and Empty (which are great too of course) I think I've never heard other A4-songs live (maybe the first time I saw you, but I still wasn't into Anathema then (I just heared 'Deep' on the radio, and I liked it. And then I decided to see your show too (at graspop 1999?) what makes me an anathemaniac!) Perhaps you can play also some Eternity-stuff too?

    Greetings
     
  5. Forlorn Hope

    Forlorn Hope leave me alone

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    Would be nice, and also songs like We, the Gods, Shroud of Frost or Silent Enigma! Would be TOTALLY great, nothing could make me happier, though I'm pretty sure that won't happen, as they mainly play stuff from Judgement and AFDTE...
     
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    YEAH GREAT IDEA!
     
  7. Russell

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    Hmm interesting... I knew the religious connotation, I'm sure there's a double meaning I'm missing out on tho... Ah well, I'll get over it ;)

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  8. Mick Moss

    Mick Moss antimonger

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    And if MGM could remake the living daylights with roger moore in

    (eyebrow up - eyebrow down misch runnyfanny)
     
  9. 7 Dying Trees

    7 Dying Trees Bastard Albino Elf

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    The vocals did damage the album ever so slightly ;) so yes! Rerecord it, just the vocals mind, because the rest was top.
     
  10. Don Corleone

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    ive always thought that those vox matched the music perfectly on that album. anyways, it would be a great experience to relisten to that album with danny's new vox.
     
  11. yourdeadgroom

    yourdeadgroom Black Stone Wielder

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    :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:
    OMFG!!!!!!!
    The vocals on Eternity are soooooooo amazing!!!!! Don't you dare touch that album. My god, I can't believe that! :lol: :lol: Aint personal taste great :lol: No matter how great you think something is, there's always someone who disagrees.
     
  12. pagan2002

    pagan2002 danny cavanagh

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    well the people who wrote that album think that it turned out a bit dissapointing. i would enjoy re-recording most of that album but its not going to happen is it? still there's always the next one...
     
  13. Russell

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    :eek: I have a question, if you could be a super hero and had to choose between being invisible and flying, which would you choose? :err:
     
  14. pagan2002

    pagan2002 danny cavanagh

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    well it wouldnt be just my decision would it? there's dunc and everyone else too...
     
  15. Sopel

    Sopel the crestfallen

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    i don't think re-recording is good idea. what for? i think better idea is to record for instance some acoustic tracks or something.
     
  16. LoboUivante

    LoboUivante my tummy hurts

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    Questions for Danny if he could answer!

    What would be your perfect lineup... singer, lyricist, musicians, drummer.
    Who were the persons that marked you, as a individual and as a musician. that already worked/work with the band?
    What was your major inspiration for Serenades and Silent Enigma ?(i hope you unlike Vincent still like your early music)
    Do you like to write? To where do you usually tune your guitar (E B C (sp?))
    I think Vincent was lying when he said that Oporto was his favorite place on Europee;)... mmm... that doesn't sound like a question
    Do have an idea of the emotional level people get at your shows?
    If you could reborn what would you want to be?
    Whats your opinion about drugs, sex and alchool... all done at the same time??!!

    f you could answer I woul appreciate. Good work!!
     
  17. pagan2002

    pagan2002 danny cavanagh

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    * perfect line up: hendrix, burton, drake, lennon, bonham, beethoven.
    * i was marked deepest by duncan patterson.
    * during the early days we were young and everything was new for us. this alone was inspiration. by the time of t.s.e i was getting into different stuff like pink floyd etc, so there was a change there too.
    * i love writing and have recently been de-tuning my guitar like roy harper or nick drake. also down tuned like silent enigma sometimes.
    * no comment.
    * think our fans are over emotional people generally. or it seems that way when we see them.most of the people i have met have been very very nice.
    * happy
    * watch out, theres a price to pay!

    ;)
     
  18. LoboUivante

    LoboUivante my tummy hurts

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    :) Thanks...

    But in the perfect lineup i was thinking of people that work/worked with Anathema.

    Bass:
    Lead Guitar: Danny (if you did the Dying Wish intro of course ;))
    Rithm Guitar:
    Drummer:
    Singer:
    2nd Singer (or background vocals):
    lyricist:
    keyboarder:
    violinist:
    etc etc:

    Does your nickname have something to do with Pagan Angel?

    ah! Why no more harshed vocals? (a la S.E.)
     
  19. the_joy_of_grief

    the_joy_of_grief weak light

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    Danny, have you ever been to the Falkland Iskands? :D

    By the way, I suddenly realized that if you hadn't "left" Anathema, I probably would not have checked out Antimatter...or at least not that soon. Prior to that I had no idea that this band existed.
     
  20. MadTinus

    MadTinus Language enthusiast

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    Danny,

    About 2 years ago or something my brother ran into someone in Stairway To Heaven café in Utrecht, Holland. He thought it was Vinny, so he asked "Are you Vinny of Anathema?". He said, no, I'm his twin brother, I first thought it was Vinny and he just said that to get rid of my brother, but now I know that you and Vinny indeed have another brother -Jamie-, my question is:

    Is it true that Jamie lives (or perhaps lived now he re-joined the band) in Holland? In Hoevelaken is that correct?

    And is it true that Vinny and maybe you as well visit the Waldrock festival in Holland every year?
     

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