Aragorn_501

Ryan, 21, Homme, États-UnisDernière visite : septembre 2011

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  • dontmakemeatrgt

    Were you at the Flaming Lips gig last night at Summerfest? Jesus christ..

    11 jui. 2011 Répondre
  • PaperBagRecords

    I think my favrouite LC! song would have to be Coda <3 SO AMAZING!

    4 jui. 2011 Répondre
  • PaperBagRecords

    You listen to more LC! than me :D Amazing!

    1 jui. 2011 Répondre
  • pablo_cerve

    chek your inbox

    4 mai 2011 Répondre
  • pablo_cerve

    awesome taste..I see that you listen to Pixies and The New Pornographers. Have you listened to Mother Mother? I think you'll definitely like it!

    29 avr. 2011 Répondre
  • th1s1sm1n3

    Thanks. You as well.

    10 avr. 2011 Répondre
  • alligatorindian

    we just released a cover of "When I'm With You" by Best Coast. check it out! http://alligatorindian.bandcamp.com

    29 mars 2011 Répondre
  • weedahbook

    hay, you should add me on facebook (:

    24 mars 2011 Répondre
  • grinngo

    Could you send me a jar of love?

    22 mars 2011 Répondre
  • OGWS92

    Hell yea! It doesn't need to be said but I'll say it anyways; great tastes. Also glad to see another 'fan' of the immortal classic "Can I Borrow a Feeling?", lol.

    21 fév. 2011 Répondre
  • dontmakemeatrgt

    It was pretty good. The crowd was really iffy though! Like when you open with Leslie Anne Levine, I kind of expected for people to be a bit more pumped but things didn't pick up until the chunk of Down by the Water - Won't Want For Love. I think the show/setlist I saw performed the day prior in Chicago left me a bit spoiled, though. I was SO glad they did Bagman's Gambit, though. Holy shit.

    6 fév. 2011 Répondre
  • dontmakemeatrgt

    What'd you think of the show, man?

    6 fév. 2011 Répondre
  • kageru-hinoryu

    Quite impressive, and well-deserved! I was surprised by all the media attention the Ds have been getting for The King is Dead, but it's pretty understandable. :)

    27 jan. 2011 Répondre
  • kageru-hinoryu

    Oh yeah, and I'm reminded of some of the stuff from Her Majesty too. Figures, as they both have royalty in the title :P

    6 jan. 2011 Répondre
  • kageru-hinoryu

    It's awesome how wonderfully warm and familiar The King is Dead sounds. I think there are a couple of songs from the Always the Bridesmaid series, as well as others, that share some sonic similarities with the new tunes. It's nice to see that the folks who complained about Hazards of Love (still can't understand why they WOULD) can all kind of unite and rally behind this great, classically Decemberisty album :D

    6 jan. 2011 Répondre
  • dontmakemeatrgt

    New album is killing me. So good! Too stoked to hear these live, especially Dear Avery.

    17 déc. 2010 Répondre
  • kageru-hinoryu

    And Colin knows how to do theatricality :) If there's a director willing to work with The Ds on a Broadway musical, I'd definitely love to see it. He has the sensibility and the talent to pull it off, especially given how well (in my opinion) they did with HoL. If anything, HoL might even serve as a stepping stone for Colin to work on a musical, if he's worried about not being able to craft on a grander scale. (What I'm wondering, though, is if the theoretical musical will be credited to The Decemberists, and if the bandmembers themselves will perform, or if it'll just be Colin's name on the marquee? He already does most of the songwriting for the band anyway... Not all that significant, but still, I am curious.)

    12 déc. 2010 Répondre
  • kageru-hinoryu

    How weird that I mentioned American Idiot... I brought it up for comparison simply because, as far as bands converting their stuff to Broadway, the material Green Day sing about seemed to fit the idea of rebellious teenagers quite naturally, and made for pretty conventional big-ticket Broadway fodder (in the same vein as Spring Awakening, from what admittedly little I know) whereas... I mean, see? Miners in Montana at the turn of the century?! I love the idea though, I think it's just what Broadway needs. (Man, Hazards of Love could've made a really nice musical too <3)

    12 déc. 2010 Répondre
  • kageru-hinoryu

    WHAT?! I haven't the slightest doubt in my mind that he could do it.!I think I recall him originally intending for The Hazards of Love to be a play... All the same, though, I'd love to see what he could do. Might be more fun and unique than, say, American Idiot on Broadway or something, because perhaps Colin will bring with him that patented grandiose sensibility.

    12 déc. 2010 Répondre
  • Issybelly

    Yeah, I love all of their albums and people being rude about "their sound" on the blog really aggrivated me. They're my favourite band in the whole wide world, and yeah, they HAVE to mould the sound... If they didn't they'd just be another boring same old "indie" band but they're not that at all! Kims voice is perfect, anyway, and the song is ace so I wish people wouldn't be so rude (especially as to target Kim as the point of critisism)! Hahaha, I can't wait to subscribe to Heat Rash, I'm really excited, I don't really think LC can do anything wrong! So excited. Asking for it for xmas. :-)

    11 déc. 2010 Répondre
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