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  1. QUOTE (GeddyRulz @ Sep 8 2012, 03:00 PM) The strings were barely audible. They played WITH the guys' electric instruments, and the guys drowned them out. The string musicians played no "solos" or anything like that. The symbols on their shirts were the alchemy symbols from the album artwork, and not every player wore the same symbol. I also noticed some of the players were young and tattooed. Exactly.
  2. He sounded pretty good, but its hard when it's that loud and rumbly to distinguish. Plus I was singing along...
  3. They definitely did not overpower, rather complimented the songs. And they only played on parts, not the whole way through. I believe the symbol on the shirts was something rushy.
  4. Many were still during the garden but I did nit witness anyone crying. Mostly silently awed.
  5. Just got back from Manchester. I feel like they picked my younger brain and said "yes, let's play those songs" Unbelievable! I'm in love. I was dying with the first set with pure joy and shock. Plus, it included and impromptu drum solo in the middle of Where's my Thing which was awesome!! The strings were a really nice compliment and not weird or overbearing. Tons of new pyro and lighting tricks Tad disappointed in the encore but definitely a crowd favorite. IT WAS SO GOOD.
  6. TRF needs a mobile site or app to make this more helpful
  7. I'm definitely part if the "used to think i was hard core" club. But that's not what you're asking
  8. Openers are going to be probably popular songs, or new CA songs, former singles.. I've noticed recently the third-fifth songs have been reserved for the deeper, not played in a long time, cuts. (entre nous, digital man...). I could see chemistry and analog kid fitting in those slots.
  9. Headlong flight and wreckers, given they are the to official singles from the album..
  10. QUOTE (hermy @ Aug 31 2012, 10:58 AM) http://i35.photobucket.com/albums/d153/avplanners/ScreenShot2012-08-31at110426AM.png oh?
  11. QUOTE (bigalfan @ Aug 30 2012, 12:25 PM) QUOTE (losingit2k @ Aug 30 2012, 12:23 PM) 8 More Days! squuuueeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  12. QUOTE (Alexmai @ Aug 30 2012, 10:27 AM) Anyone knows WHERE are they rehearsing? yeah! I know they rehearsed in past tours at a small venue in Glens Falls, NY (civic center) - days before the internet was intertwined in our everyday lives, so no one really know unless it was in the paper or talked about amongst peers.
  13. QUOTE (Jomboni @ Aug 30 2012, 10:09 AM) If it's too loud, you're too old!! I'm 29 and will be bringing them along. I go in and out of having them in. Whenever they play secret touch, they have to be...the scratching at the end is enough to make me shiver! As someone else said too, they can cut the cluttered noise and produce a cleaner sound, depending on the earplug. I buy cheapos and play it by ear - ha!
  14. I won't predict a setlist, but I'm thinking Analog Kid might make a comeback... Mainly because I listed to it this morning and thought "I forgot how much this song rocks!!"
  15. QUOTE (Workaholic Man @ Aug 27 2012, 03:22 PM) I could be wrong, but it seems to me that too much time and energy is spent on helping kids deal with bullying, with not enough time being spent on holding the bullies accountable. No, you're not wrong. But we live in a "victim is to blame" society in ALL areas, not just kids being bullied. I'm leaving at that to avoid political discussion.
  16. QUOTE (Gompers @ Aug 22 2012, 11:04 AM) QUOTE (iluvgeddy05 @ Jan 25 2012, 12:44 PM) For those in Central NYS: The A&ES Surgery Center commercials. Every. Goddamn. Morning. during the news, they have been playing these commercials for years now. It's for cosmetic surgery and they show these twits on the beach (man and women) with glistening smoothed and tan skin, and I swear they look like brother and sister (yuck!). Every friggin commercial break, they are on with that damn music in the background. Makes me want to scream every time I see them! I know the commercials you mean. Have you seen how Alexander and Catalano, The Heavy Hitters, have ripped of the DirecTV ("Don't End Up in a Roadside Ditch")commercials? Those ambulance chasers have the most annoying commercials. Fuccillo "HUGE!!!!" commercials are another set that I am tired of. "don't get 53 pizzas".
  17. Two summer car commercials need to die, like, 5 weeks ago: 1. Mazda summer sales event! (sung to Grease song and full song and dance) 2. G*damn Mike Rowe and his Ford commercials, flipping burgers, all that crap. GO. AWAY.
  18. QUOTE (librarian @ Aug 21 2012, 05:48 PM) Wow. I have to wait two more months... Which show are you attending, buffalo by any chance??
  19. I don't know when or how I missed this clip, but it's hilarious!
  20. QUOTE (snowdogged @ Aug 13 2012, 08:12 PM) You always seemed like a cool and sweet girl/woman to me and it's for a great cause! I just donated ten bucks (That's all could afford, I have a Visa debit card that had ten dollars on it. lol). When I donated, I was asked if I wanted to cover the service fee's also but like I said I only had ten dollars on the card so I couldn't. Anyhow, good luck! I just saw, so thank you!! The host site, Firstgiving, is annoying and I hate that it asks donors to cover the 1% or whatever, but I tell people to not feel obligated to. I really appreciate it!
  21. Hi everyone! On September 15, I will be participating in a charity bicycle ride around one of our Finger Lakes in Upstate NY (Cayuga Lake). Why? Not only will this be a personal challenge, but its to raise money for the Southern Tier Aids Programs, Inc. of upstate NY. STAPInc. assists those living with HIV in eight counties of the southern tier regions in upstate NY (for those somewhat familiar with the area, this is around Binghamton and Ithaca regions). They provide clinical, social and mental support and promotes AIDS/Hepatitis C education and preventative measures. Their services are free and confidential. This year, donations to STAPInc. are even more crucial and needed as recent budget cuts have severely stripped state funding for this organization. It's through donations like yours that make the difference and keep STAPInc and, let's face it, PEOPLE alive. (really, think about it - not a stretch of the imagination!) Also, I would like to note this region suffered a lot of economic distress last summer due to Hurricane Irene, which literally swept away towns off the map. Upstate NY rarely sees devastation from coastal storms, so you can imagine the shock of having a hurricane flood out your towns and businesses. It's tough times down in the area and resources from STAPInc. are being accessed even more. My goal is to ride as much around the lake as I can - but I am hoping with support and encouragement, I will be able to finish out the full 100 miles around Cayuga Lake in one day! So, if you are feeling charitable, please consider making a donation (in any amount!) to my fundraising page: http://www.firstgiving.com/fundraiser/jill...e-for-life-2012 Can't donate? No worries - just say a silent prayer (or chant, or HURRAHH, whatever you do) for me and my team!
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