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    welcome aboard lum....
    the vibe says syxx so let it be syxx......

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    welcome lum..whenever id play pm dawn around my brother he'd be like "ohh they did that reality track" ...
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    Welcome aboard Lum!
    Alright
    Tap the lightpole and we'll be jammin all night
    And ain't nobody callin' the cops
    'Cause everybody's here freakin', if they're older they're doin the rock
    And every block from all around
    Comes runnin' to the park when they hear the sound
    And soon the word's spreadin' through our part of town
    "Yo, 40 Park y'all, Jam-On's gettin down"
    Yeah...

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    Thanks all! I am doing my random "wake up in the middle of the night" post. You don't get these too often (lucky for me) I suppose it's far better than the "wake up in the middle of the night knife stabbing problem.

    In all fairness in regards to the former roadtrips with my brother ....i did have a stack of crap i'd bring with me. P.M. Dawn would even flip into my brother's home mix as well. I have long since left the oppressive reign my brother held(freeeeeedom!!!) ***still i make it point when i am making birthday mixes to toss a song of PM Dawn on there.

    Well madness calls me back for more slumber. Thanks everyone for the hearty welcome! Nice to meet all of you.
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    nice to have you around lum!
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    check that out...
    we got two new cool people...
    and got rid of 1 idiot...
    we doin a..ok
    well ALRIGHT....come on in and enjoy the party

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    hehe...from cleveland...i bet ya this is the guy who had your ms pacman game from ebay Be. jk...welcome man

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    Welcome Lum! You seem to have your wits about ya, and I like your sense of humor already...yes, I definately think you'll fit in here just fine.
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    Sense of humor? I was. being....Oh wait yes. Righto(wink wink) I'm am a regular ole riot here.

    I'm not sure what i did with MS. Pacman other than rock the hell out at it. Normal Pacman i was awful at but the lady-Pac i wielded some serious majesty! Yes good ole grand (freakin miserable cold) Cleveland. All we can do in the winter time is play Ms Pacman honestly. Rufus Wainwright actually said at a concert i went to "Man i thought Canada got cold!"

    In any case thanks for the warm welcome.
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    ms pacman is my sister :shock: :bowlaugh:
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    First of all, I rocked Ms. Pacman last night ... what a mouth!

    And second, I salute another hetero Rufus fan! That boy rocks in a strange, tragic, soulful way -- went to his show a couple of years ago, and we all sat cross-legged, barefoot on the floor. Random, but young and perfect in a musically naive way. Loved it!

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    Wasn't so sure if there were more than one hetero Rufus fan's out there. The man makes some mighty fan music and is a darn hoot to boot. Have been a fan of his and his old man's for a few years running now. ---which leads me to say man i'm tired---

    Wait i got more....Actually not much more. One of the more interesting shows i was at was a Fleshtones concert. They were laying on the floor with us. It was a cool weird ---hey where'd my wallet go--- sort of night.

    AS far as doing the Ms Pacman. My sincerest apologies. She had it coming tho...with the cute little bow and all. (see Dan on Court T.V as charges will be pending)
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    I like him and I'm "hetero"... but I don't own any albums, so I don't know if I count.

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    Yup, I'm hetero and he "really pumps my nads." (Breakfast Club ref. anyone?) Anyways, he's really good, I'ma try and see him at the House of Blues on March 1st...

    Oh, yeah and since no one else warned you, watch out for Chief!!!
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    yeah ...i like rufus a lot...but i'm waiting on his songs to REALLY hit me...i do really enjoy the song "SHADOWS"...also that beatles cover he did last year...i forget the song...but he killed it..i enjoyed it emencly....i'm also very good friends with his sister martha...she's singing on J.S.S.


    i love her...

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    Yeah, I love Rufus too...especially when Chaka's with 'em. :P
    Alright
    Tap the lightpole and we'll be jammin all night
    And ain't nobody callin' the cops
    'Cause everybody's here freakin', if they're older they're doin the rock
    And every block from all around
    Comes runnin' to the park when they hear the sound
    And soon the word's spreadin' through our part of town
    "Yo, 40 Park y'all, Jam-On's gettin down"
    Yeah...

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    my buddy just got back from Chi-town and seeing Rufus there...

    I will have to ask him how the show was.
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    Originally posted by Be@Feb 27 2004, 12:33 AM
    yeah ...i like rufus a lot...but i'm waiting on his songs to REALLY hit me...i do really enjoy the song "SHADOWS"...also that beatles cover he did last year...i forget the song...but he killed it..i enjoyed it emencly....i'm also very good friends with his sister martha...she's singing on J.S.S.


    i love her...

    b.
    I think he covered "Across the Universe", and he did kill it. Funny thing, Fiona Apple covered that song recently too (a few years ago for the Pleasantville soundtrack) and her version was really good as well (maybe it's because that song just really kicks ass :bowdown: ). The video was amazing. She was singing in a 50s diner and people were trashing the place in really slo-mo, but she was singing normal speed.
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    I have to agree with you, Chris. I'm a fan, but I think he slaughtered that song and Cohen's "Halleluiah" -- Buckley's version is still my favorite. But his debut album, and the recent one are amazing. Not a huge fan of the middle one, except a song here and there -- especially a cover of his dad's "One Man Guy" ... which takes on a whole new meaning when he sings it.

    My favorite "Across the Universe" is the stripped down one on the Anthology.
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    I am quite fond of his last two albums. Cigarette's and chocolate milk has a fun yet dangerous flavor to it. The newest album i enjoy "Oh what a world" for it's bit of Bolero. I mean who doesn't like a bit of Bolero????

    I have heard mixed results about his second album. I think on this last album tho he nailed it.

    Also when he was in Cleveland he spoke about this crazy musical his aunt and mother(the McGarrigle sisters) made about Euclid Avenue and even sang a smidge of it....It was catchy!
    I do not suppose I shall be remembered for anything. But I don't think about my work in those terms. It is just as vulgar to work for the sake of posterity as to work for the sake of money.

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