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Xian_Lee wrote:Good job! Deluxe edition or standard?
Standard...unfortunately. I got it for 4 bucks, though, so I can't complain. :)
No you certainly can't :)

I just got Starflyer 59's cd My Island. Good CD.

And I pre-ordered Relient K's new cd!! Can't wait!

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"The Question" arrived today! I'm lovin' it so far...

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newcement wrote:"The Question" arrived today! I'm lovin' it!
How many times will I have to "correct" your posts regarding Emery, newcement? :wink:

I was listening to another CD that came in my grab bag by Damien Jurado. I wasn't loving it yet, but I wasn't hating it, either. Pretty mellow stuff. We'll see how it turns out.

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Xian_Lee wrote:"The Question" arrived today! I'm lovin' it!

I would have said that...I just didn't want to come off sounding like a McDonald's commercial... :wink: :D

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Good call.

Did I say I got Soapbox in the grab bag? It's good stuff; it's hard punk, and I like it.

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I got Emery's "The Weak's End" from a friend for my birfday. It's pretty good, but I'd say that "The Question" is better.

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I got Portable Sounds to lift me up. Portable Sounds to take me higher.
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What's Portable sounds???

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Adam wrote:What's Portable sounds???
tobyMac's new album. :wink:

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I bought Eat, Sleep, Repeat from Copeland AGAIN, because I was at their show and NEEDED something for them to sign.

I also bought Switchfoot's "Oh Gravity!" CD to get signed.

btw, the show was INCREDIBLE.

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shy_guy wrote:I bought Eat, Sleep, Repeat from Copeland AGAIN, because I was at their show and NEEDED something for them to sign.

I also bought Switchfoot's "Oh Gravity!" CD to get signed.

btw, the show was INCREDIBLE.
Cool. I'll have to check out Copeland...what type of band would you compare them to?

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newcement wrote:
shy_guy wrote:I bought Eat, Sleep, Repeat from Copeland AGAIN, because I was at their show and NEEDED something for them to sign.

I also bought Switchfoot's "Oh Gravity!" CD to get signed.

btw, the show was INCREDIBLE.
Cool. I'll have to check out Copeland...what type of band would you compare them to?
Oh my.... Ummm... I guess the CLOSEST band I could compare them with would be Coldplay... But it's still not the greatest comparison... They're really indie and the singer's voice is an aquired taste, but they're super nice guys and if you're in the mood for mellow-ish music, it's perfect. All of their CDs are good, but Eat, Sleep, Repeat is their best.

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They're usually a little too mellow for my tastes, but I still like them. My favorite song is "No One Really Wins."

Well, I ordered Zebrahead's "Waste of Mind" album. I haven't gotten it yet. Be warned that their lyrics can be iffy, depending on the song/album.
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RJ wrote:i just today got

Seven <- Grits

my first Grits album, and I really like them so far! :D :D
Yes, good job! Grits is a great rapper duo. I have four of their albums and I've enjoyed all of them.

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