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Messages - Faust

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New material / Re: BLIND HOPE
« on: April 18, 2002, 01:29:07 AM »

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...to judge it before you've heard it suggests a certain amount of myopia on your part.


Myopia is short-sightedness. To judge something before it's happened is surely the opposite.

;)     <-- asshole

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New material / Re: Wind It Up - US Remixes CD?
« on: April 21, 2002, 01:31:39 AM »
I download many many mp3s, infact over 5 gigs worth during this easter holiday (I'm home from uni, my Dad has a cable modem plus a CD writer, what can I say?). I think that the mp3 market is good for the music industry, and here's why:
I use the internet as a means for exploring the music world and experiencing all it has to offer. My downloads in the past week include Xen Cuts by Ninja Tunes, two Amon Tobin albums, an Ayumi Hamasaki album, a Nightmares on Wax album, and a Herbaliser album. I have never been exposed to any of these artists through the common media; I have never heard Amon Tobin on the radio or seen Nightmares on Wax on TV. The only way I get to experience them is thorugh the internet and MP3.
Yesterday I placed a

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New material / Re: Liam Gallagher will collaborate with the prodi
« on: April 21, 2002, 01:07:58 AM »

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To be honest, why do you think they need that 'bomb'?
They need chart success, they need to be recognized again, it doesn't mean the single will be crap, in fact I am looking forward to it.....

-Acid


As I have been stressing in nearly every post in this thread, I am not saying that the quality of the music has been compromised because of commercialisation, or that it will necessarily be degraded as a product of the Gallagher collaboration. I also am greatly looking forward to it.
And I don't quite follow your argument... you question my opinion that they need this 'bomb', then go on to state that they need chart success & recognition... my thought is that the collaboration is an easy way to bring those things.

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New material / Re: Liam Gallagher will collaborate with the prodi
« on: April 20, 2002, 01:39:46 AM »
If its a single: bet you

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New material / Re: Liam Gallagher will collaborate with the prodi
« on: April 20, 2002, 01:44:20 AM »
Well, Liam Gallagher's music is nothing like the Prodigy's, not even the new live stuff. Oasis are all about pure guitar rock-light with shitty vocals... the Prodge have always been making raw music brimming with energy that just tells you to dance. Just look at influences, Oasis: Beatles. Prodigy: Sex Pistols, misc rave era stuff. Hardly artistically compatible.
And of course chart success is tempting, espeically after FotL. Liam knows that this record has to do as well a that or people will claim it's a flop, no matter how good it is. And it's totally diffeent to the collaboration wth PWEI, because PWEI weren't that big, so their name wouldn't have bolstered record sales much. Unlike having 'OASIS SINGER' splashed across the fornt of a record.

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New material / Re: Liam Gallagher will collaborate with the prodi
« on: April 19, 2002, 10:40:46 PM »
This is bad shit man...
I predicted this was going to happen as soon as Liam started seeing the other Appleton sister (I forget which one). I agree, it's just too obvious, I expect Howlett is only doing it because so many people are telling him it'll be a quick route to extra publicity and back to the top (which it probably will). It's just too tempting to do a collaboration with the singer from one of the biggest bands in the world... But Gallagher is a twat, he calls dance music shit, the only things he has are an expansive John Lennon record collection and no fucking clue. The Prodigy are selling out man, we can all see it. I'm not saying the music will be shit as a consequence, but the ethos is definitely detereorating.
Keith may have a shit voice, but at least he's a punk and a raver.
'A really good rock and roll song'?  Fuck off...

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New material / Re: What happpened.........
« on: April 16, 2002, 04:17:51 PM »
shame.. it does rock. though maybe only live, who can tell. It would make wicked B-side, I'd wager  ;)
We Do What The Fuck We Want sounds excellent, though I've never been able to track down a decent recording of it. Again it sounds like maybe it'd only work (or work better, at least) live.

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New material / Re: What happpened.........
« on: April 16, 2002, 01:41:13 AM »
Does anyone else remember that there was actually a studio verson of Rock 'n Roll at one point? I specifically remember Liam played it to some music magazine reporter.
That would own! RnR was a fantastic track, and if Trigger is on the new album, RnR could definitely fit on.

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New material / Re: Little Goblin
« on: April 16, 2002, 01:45:42 AM »
In my opinion, Little Goblin is the best of the new Prodigy material. I hope it does make it to full track studio status - and I also hope it remains wholly instrumental.

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Live & Gigs / Re: Glastonbury 2002
« on: April 16, 2002, 01:54:04 AM »
and yes, I'd bet the Prodigy will be there. They *might* do Reading instead (they have before), but Glastonbury is the bigger (& better) of the two, so fingers crossed!

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Live & Gigs / Re: Glastonbury 2002
« on: April 16, 2002, 01:53:12 AM »
Actually, Glastonbury opens it's gate Wednesday morning, so (if you're hardcore enough) you can have five days (wed-sun). He was right by saying that acts are on only friday, saturday & sunday though. Ignore this shit about Rod Stewart, there'll be some seriously good acts there this year; Orbital are the only wicked act who definitely will be playing, but strong rumours abound of Basement Jaxx, Ian Brown, Roger Walters, Faithless, Lamb, Stereophonics (unfortunately), and even the mighty Radiohead are going to be playing. I can hardly wait.

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Collectors / Re: What Evil Lurks!
« on: April 16, 2002, 04:10:36 PM »
I'm just saying, in a non-confrontational way (as exemplified by the 'you're a nice guy' remark), that you have a tendency maybe just a little to not quite see the funny side sometimes just the littlest bit.

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Collectors / Re: What Evil Lurks!
« on: April 16, 2002, 03:06:06 AM »
Sorry Arie, it has to be said: you're a very nice guy, but a bit of a nerd. Please feel free to respond by setting out a well structured argument discussing basic premises in repsonse to my (no doubt unfounded) claim, leading a a logical conclusion that I am indeed a twat.
Thankyou.
Faust

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Collectors / Re: 'One Love/Rhythm of Life' White Label
« on: April 21, 2002, 01:37:44 AM »

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Collectors / Re: 'One Love/Rhythm of Life' White Label
« on: April 16, 2002, 04:13:42 PM »
he he he... arievdw?

Neko was the first bidder too. And here's you making out it's not worth that much ;D

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