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lepeep last won the day on October 6 2008

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  1. Arnold Odermatt (thanks to Tortoise for showing me his work!)
  2. Tim Harrington from Les Savy Fav... this man should probably have a very snug, wrap around coat. BEARDO | Pitchfork.tv
  3. I can, it's because most people are cunts.
  4. they couldn't all have colds could they? I was rubbing my nose the other day, as it was getting a bit drippy in the cold...I hope the cops don't pounce on me!
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    i was on Boomkat - Your independent music specialist (again) the other day, and "zomby" was a dubstep artist I liked the sound of...
  6. I was going to get this for my grandparents this christmas, it's time I let them go peacfully. Oh...printed, you mean....sorry.....errr.....
  7. me too...I was trying to be funny by replying with at least two of the points in the film....but my "U P P E R C A S E" reply was transformed with css / javaScript.... sometimes, I try too hard.
  8. I do the multiple select thing, and sometimes it works, sometimes not. One strange thing that does happen, is the art work appears in the "slider" view (you know, the snazzy scrolling artwork selector), but when the lp "comes to the front" - it dissapears, then, when you slide past it, it appears in the squashed / sliding mode (that's hard to describe)... Another annoying thing is that the artwork appears in the selctors, but not when you view the track / artist / album in the iTouch... I was wondering if file format / quality / size etc makes a difference?
  9. how can you tell the different songs?! great photos by the way!
  10. of course you have you nazi...lolz (curse you and your uppercase killing code!)
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    one of the "so bad it's good" horrors I always loved was "bug" (1975) Where high-pressured super heated bugs spew up from the centre of the earth and wreak havoc. Its got the classic old lady on fire is actually the stun man with a beard, ach fuck it, we dont have the budget to do it again with someone smaller and thinner, like the old lady were supposed to believe is on fire
  12. "what do you give to a woman for christmas that has everything?" nothing, you've already given her two black eyes.... something like that isn't it?..... christmas presents?!....you are all hypocrytical heathens, join me!...I am a druid and celebrate newmassness, the calendar event that was hijacked by christians!....* * shut up
  13. isn't it the case that if he really likes your sound, and wants to work for you, he will do it for what you can afford (he's american?....liberal fag!) I can remember a story that he came to Galsgow to record a scottish band if they paid his flights and accomodation...but that might be a twisted memory or wishful thinking. (side note - Maple nearly had alex newport engineer / produce or LP...I'd sent him a mail, and he liked our stuff...and he asked for flights & accomodation + a grand...but we couldn't afford that)...bugger.
  14. it's a schytzophrenic lp to say the least...dub step one minute, massive attach trip hop another and tunng-esque folk-tronica (horrible term, great music)... It's surprised me as an LP, I love it, and hope you do too, if you hunt it down.
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