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Charlie - posted on 05/27/2010

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One of the most awesome bands At the drive in :
One armed scissor .




Lyrics : yes this is the campaign
slithered entrails
in the cargo bay
neutered is the vastness
hallow vacuum check the
oxygen tanks
they hibernate
but have they kissed the ground
pucker up and kiss the asphalt now
tease this amputation
splintered larynx
it has access now

send transmission from
the one armed scissor
cut away, cut away

banked on memory
mummified circuitry
skin graft machinery
sputnik sickles found in the seats

self-destruct sequence
this station is non-operational
species growing
bubbles in an IV loitering

unknown origin
is this the comfort of being afraid
solar eclipsed
black out the vultures
as they wait

dissect a trillion sighs away
will you get this letter
jagged pulp sliced in my veins
i write to remember
'cause i'm a million miles away
will you get this letter
jagged pulp sliced in my veins
i write to remember...

Lady - posted on 05/27/2010

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OKay so here's the singer who's album who's album I'll be singing on. It's an older video but it's the only solo I could find on youtube!

Sharon - posted on 05/20/2010

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Ok I thought this was a new post, but scanned anyway... lol its old but I had a video ready to share anyway...

LaCi - posted on 05/10/2010

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Scroobius pip is in my top five now. The others lack video though. Mostly indie, political hip hop

Lady - posted on 04/30/2010

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Live life like you were dying was on the radio all the time when I was first in America, we had just found out my mums partner had been diagnosed with cancer and had probably 6 months to live so the song was pretty significant to us - he lasted 4 years though. We still love that song when we went back and heard it it always made us smile aand Iain and I would sing along at the tops of our vioces as the kids looked at us as if we were mad.
The other song that was on a lot had a line it it - would you dance for me jesus - whuch just made us pee ourselves laughing - no offence meant but you would just never hear that on the rado in the UK so it was a little weird!!

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My musical tastes are all over the place. I've got music playing now and the last 3 songs I listened to were: Walk This Way - Aerosmith, Live Like You Were Dying - Tim McGraw and 99 Problems - JayZ with LInkin Park. But my guilty pleasure is 80s hair bands - I'm not afaid to admit that I love the hair bands. Here's a classic for you

Jackie - posted on 04/29/2010

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Oh Gillian. I LOVE Coheed. I 've seen them live twice and they put on a killer show. This isn't my fave song but it was a good quality on youtube.

Lady - posted on 04/29/2010

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OMG Coheed and Cambria, I hate that song but not because it's bad or anything but I had to sing it about a million times in rock band 1 when I was trying to complete the tour on expert - I did though, then Iain made me do it on his log in so he would get the achivement points.lol!

Rosie - posted on 04/29/2010

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ooh goodness laci, lucas can't get enough of the cats, and the kitty cats and the meow, meow, meow, meow meow meow!! too funny!!

Jackie - posted on 04/29/2010

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Love this!



It's Coheed and Cambria. I don't think this is the original video but thats ok. If you are a lover of music... you have to LOVE this. IMO

Emma - posted on 04/29/2010

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Yes, but im scared to death of fireworks lol so stayed inside for that

Lady - posted on 04/29/2010

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Hogmany in Edinburgh is just the best, where you there for the festival in the summer, it's just the most wonderful atmosphere across the whole city centre. I met Iain on the night of the fireworks to mark the end of it all.

Emma - posted on 04/29/2010

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Love the City love the people, if we where ever to relocate back to the UK that's where i would live with out a doubt.
And o yes the weather I was 18 when i moved there from Cape town so did not own real winter cloths lol i got off the bus from London with a grand total of 200 ponds and no job and no where to live lol, I had just decided to move there on a whim i used to do that a lot. I Froze my butt off that winter and used to walk everywhere as to save the bus fair lol
And yip the pub was in the Zone for the huge Hogmanay street party they have. the millennium party was amazing...
I have a few interesting story's about that place i can tell you lol

Lady - posted on 04/29/2010

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We moved away from Edinburgh in 97, our mums still live nearby so we do visit occasionally but don't go up town all that much. That must have been some experimce running a bar that close to the centre of town. Don't you think that Edinburgh is just one of the most beautiful cities ever with the gardens and the casltle. If it wasn't for the crap whether and the fact that there's no work for Iain there we would never have moved.

Lady - posted on 04/29/2010

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Iain and I had a student flat in Leith walk one year, Buchanan St and I worked in a nursery right down the bottom near the old swimming pool for a while. When was the last time you were there, it's changed so much?

Emma - posted on 04/29/2010

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@ Gillian
I used to Live in Edinburgh :-) I loved it
I used to live on Leith Walk

Lady - posted on 04/29/2010

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Thought I'd post a video from my mother country Scotland, although this band is from glasgow where as I'm from edinburgh, still I love how you can still hear the accent when he's singing - they are one of my favourites.

Sharon - posted on 04/28/2010

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Kati thats a great song too!! Very cheerful and uplifting! Lots of fun to sing with the kids in the car!

Rosie - posted on 04/28/2010

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ooh, love that song sharon.my 10 year old likes it too although he's afraid to admit it i think. i catch him singing along in the car sometimes though!here's another one i like alot lately.

Rosie - posted on 04/28/2010

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i've got a question for you emma. my husband was snooping on youtube and found a band that is apparantly huge in south africa call die antwoord. now, the first video i watched was so funny i about pissed myself, and i couldn't tell if they were joking or not. looking further into other videos and comments, it seems they are HUGE over there. i did look at some other music videos and it was alot better than this one. it's so weird how music differs so greatly from country to country, BUT, i think we can all agree that at minute 1:13 -well, lets just say i am speechless!!

Emma - posted on 04/28/2010

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I used to live in a really bad part of the city and the best way to make people sear clear of you is to make them think your nuts and a little psychotic lol
And it worked in 5 years my flat was the only never that never got robed in the block lol

Emma - posted on 04/28/2010

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LOL i introduced my hubby to them he loves to put them on when he driving as he says they do all the swearing for him lol
I used to blast it out my flat windows every so often when pole where making a shit lode of noise playing music in there cars...
Nothing like a song describing cutting someone head off to clear a street at 4 am lol

Rosie - posted on 04/28/2010

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oh emma, my husband loves slip knot. they're from iowa, where we live and i'm pretty sure the only band to ever make it big to come out of iowa. they make us proud!!(in my best hillbilly voice) ha ha!

Emma - posted on 04/28/2010

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I have mad music tastes lol
I do the house work to Slip Knot not sure why has become a bit of a habit, i also love Edith Pieth, the Parlour Tones, Bob Dylan, Nickel Back, love old blue eyes too.
Think it might be quicker to say what i don't like, I hate trance, and deep house :-( hubby loves both ... and classical music and Orchestral makes me want to slit my wrists lol my hubby loves that too ( i appreciate there ability but ive had more than enough after 10 mins)

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This is my favourite band - the song is for Steven and I our song and we had it played at our wedding =] Not the most conventional music for a wedding but at a registry office you can play whatever you like =]:







And this is my favourite song - we also had this one played at our wedding:







My music likes range from pop, rock, heavy metal etc! I love Donny Osmond and Alice Cooper...what a contrast I know =]

Elizabeth - posted on 04/27/2010

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Here's 2 but this is only the tiniest glimpse of my music. I listen to everything from hard rock to classical and everything in between. Enjoy!

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Ugh.....I don't like the new format! Change is good donkey but this is just getting on my nerves! Is anyone else having problems with half of someone's comments just being gone?.....vanishing into thin air?!

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