HW: New album...
lindas1 at ADELPHIA.NET
Mon Oct 11 15:31:09 EDT 2004
Maybe I'll give you a knuckle sandwich. :-) Fat boy will crush your twiggy boy george crackhead body. Yes, Needs food. She has your body, but not bald. LOL!!!! There was no food at hawkfest. Are you refering to that tasteless veggie stuff? All I ate were mushrooms and you aren't gonna get any from me.
> From: "Muad'Dib" <michael_1968 at OZEMAIL.COM.AU>
> Date: 2004/10/11 Mon PM 03:20:42 EDT
> To: BOC-L at LISTSERV.ISPNETINC.NET
> Subject: Re: HW: New album...
> "skank girl" dancer? Needs food? Not everyone wants to be fat like you
> cheech. She looks fine... still - you could give her half your meal at the
> next hawkfest??? mwa hawwr haaawwwwr - hell give me half your meal at the
> next hawkfest. LOL
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Stephe Lindas" <lindas1 at ADELPHIA.NET>
> To: <BOC-L at LISTSERV.ISPNETINC.NET>
> Sent: Tuesday, October 12, 2004 3:54 AM
> Subject: Re: HW: New album...
> > Hi Keith, How ya doing? I'm not going review the new one. How can it be
> > done from samples? I'm sure most of us will buy it regardless.
> > The HW yahoo group is crap anymore. Far too many off posts. This group is
> > much better.
> > Sun Machine were amazing. Shame they aren't around anymore. The Band
> > backing NIK at the Beachland were pretty bad. I didn't think Ass of
> > Silence were very good. They had that skank girl dancing that looked like
> > she needed some food. I probably wouldn't see them if they came here.
> > Remember Nucleon? They haven't done much in awhile. I ran into Paul
> > Reznik. He said they are getting it together and should be releasing a new
> > cd by dec. Could be a classic. Cheers Stephe
> >> From: Henderson Keith <keith.henderson at PSI.CH>
> >> Date: 2004/10/11 Mon PM 01:11:14 EDT
> >> To: BOC-L at LISTSERV.ISPNETINC.NET
> >> Subject: HW: New album...
> >> Hey Folks...
> >> I had gone lax in checking the yahoo list for other HW news and views,
> >> but
> >> just browsed by there now. And they've had a fast and furious discussion
> >> about the new album (TMTYL), based on the track samples now posted
> >> online.
> >> I hate yahoo webgroup browsing (takes forever), and so I just thought
> >> that I
> >> might persuade one of you fine folks who has been taking part/following
> >> the
> >> discussion to clue us clueless people in as to what the general consensus
> >> it. (Yeah, I know, I know, half the people hate it, and half the people
> >> love it, right?)
> >> Anyway, even though I know pretty well Sunray, Angela Android and Out
> >> Here,
> >> We Are, it would be nice to hear what the whole thing sounds like, esp.
> >> the
> >> studio versions. And did anyone find out if there's a release date set
> >> yet?! Hello, is this thing working?!
> >> I know I had another five things I wanted to post to the group over the
> >> last
> >> several weeks, but I have no idea anymore what any of them were. So I
> >> guess
> >> they weren't that important after all.
> >> Oh, BTW, I've already decided to come for the Cambridge & London shows.
> >> Are
> >> tickets already on sale? I suppose hawkwind.com would tell me the answer
> >> to
> >> that, but...
> >> Grakkl (FFA)
> >> P.S. Thanks to Eli for the nice NikSeed review.
> >> P.P.S. Oh, yeah, about the Assassins of Silence...or whatever they were
> >> called. They played in the barn at HF'03, right? Yeah, well, I was
> >> happy
> >> to watch them play, as they were doing their best to re-create the Space
> >> Ritual-style show as best they could. But given the venue (a
> >> Hawkwind-themed event!), they were up against a higher standard. If
> >> they'd
> >> been playing at a bar in my hometown, it would have been downright cool.
> >> And they were better than the Nik backing band at the final (indoor)
> >> Strange
> >> Daze, and I even 'liked' that show. Mainly for the fun/celebration
> >> factor,
> >> not so much for the performance. Of course, the best Hawkwind cover
> >> entity
> >> IMHO was the Sun Machine band with the two Steves (and a rotating cast of
> >> others, which meant that they were better on some days than others). The
> >> Time Brothers I never saw, but while they did a few nice versions of a
> >> couple HW tracks (esp. the two I put on the HWCoversAll CD-Rs), some of
> >> them
> >> were also not quite 'on target' IMHO...and they had a drummer who was
> >> absolutely the wrong style. Kind of the alternate universe where Simon
> >> King
> >> was replaced by Billy Cobham or something.
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