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Post by Poor June » Sun Sep 26, 2004 2:34 pm

new song on soundclick

<a href="http://www.soundclick.com/bands/5/poorj ... >Denial</a> if you care to hear it... tell me what ya think... (pretty long... warning)... (think the vox should be re-done for the first part... and maybe the whole song...) haha

it's all keyboard/piano... (lot of mixing the further it gets in the song... not the best mixer...) but do listen if you get the time O_o

again repeat... please listen :::begs:::whines::: :-*
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Post by Generic » Sun Sep 26, 2004 8:11 pm

Can't we at least make the avatar limits 100x100? Jeez.
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Post by Sober » Tue Sep 28, 2004 1:30 am

http://www.absforums.com/flash06/posting(<a class="postlink" href="http://www.albinoblacksheep.com).swf

I do believe everyone should watch that.
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Song Fight stats

Post by Tony Asbestos » Tue Sep 28, 2004 9:13 am

If I had space on the web, I would post it there. But I don't.

I started to track how I was doing from week to week on SF, then that evolved into a spreadsheet. From there, I started to keep track of the winners every week. Now I have a sheet that can be tweaked to show winners by date, name, etc. It's not complete, but may be of interest. PM me and I will email it to the first few folks who reply- maybe if they like it they can post it on the web- possibly filling in the blanks (such as most of the winning votes, etc.)
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Post by jb » Tue Sep 28, 2004 11:00 am

Generic wrote:Can't we at least make the avatar limits 100x100? Jeez.
they'll get smaller before they get bigger.
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Post by c hack » Tue Sep 28, 2004 11:48 am

GlennCase wrote:For those who have not already found it:

http://www.in4mador.com
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New Baby

Post by Mostess » Wed Sep 29, 2004 1:05 pm

(For the curious, and to test my new new account...) A monkey affair, to be sure:

Hostess Mostess has a new baby!

Sarah Nikoline Stansfield weighed in at 8lbs on Monday evening. Mom and baby are healthy and happy.

HM SongFighting will likely be sporadic until about 2022.
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Post by Bolio » Wed Sep 29, 2004 3:13 pm

Congrats!!
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Post by thehipcola » Wed Sep 29, 2004 3:20 pm

HM: Great news! I'm expecting our first baby in January, and suspect as well that SF'ing will be tough to squeeze in for a decade or two as well...

But we've GOT to try... :)

Congratulations!
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Re: New Baby

Post by Poor June » Wed Sep 29, 2004 3:51 pm

Mostess wrote:(For the curious, and to test my new new account...) A monkey affair, to be sure:

Hostess Mostess has a new baby!

Sarah Nikoline Stansfield weighed in at 8lbs on Monday evening. Mom and baby are healthy and happy.

HM SongFighting will likely be sporadic until about 2022.
huge congratulations \m/
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Post by HeuristicsInc » Wed Sep 29, 2004 4:04 pm

yeah!
rock on!
thanks for the update.
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Post by Caravan Ray » Wed Sep 29, 2004 5:24 pm

Peaks In Valleys wrote:HM: Great news! I'm expecting our first baby in January, and suspect as well that SF'ing will be tough to squeeze in for a decade or two as well...

But we've GOT to try... :)

Congratulations!
Funnily enough - I discovered Songfight as a result of our baby's arrival. Our first, little Caravan Harriet was born born back in June - and it was while I was sitting around at home waiting for her and Mum to come home from hospital I stumbled upon this site.

Up till then, I was playing semi-regularly at songwriters night at the local pub - so now, Daddy's not allowed out to play all night at the pub anymore, Songfight is a great alternative outlet for me (also, the songwriters nights have now stopped happening - so songfights all I've got for now).

Anyway, new baby shouldn't mean no songfight. I'm very lucky to have a baby who stops crying at the sound of a guitar. So, when Mother is tired and baby is cranky - I prompt my wife to go to bed and have a sleep - and I lock Harri in the recording room with me and get to work.

Keen ears may pick up background baby sounds on many of my songs - in particular, my Jimmy Hat even has a screaming baby solo.

So, Congrats Hostess Mostess
and good luck PinV for January
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Post by Poor June » Wed Sep 29, 2004 6:39 pm

Caravan Ray wrote:
Peaks In Valleys wrote:HM: Great news! I'm expecting our first baby in January, and suspect as well that SF'ing will be tough to squeeze in for a decade or two as well...

But we've GOT to try... :)

Congratulations!
Funnily enough - I discovered Songfight as a result of our baby's arrival. Our first, little Caravan Harriet was born born back in June - and it was while I was sitting around at home waiting for her and Mum to come home from hospital I stumbled upon this site.

Up till then, I was playing semi-regularly at songwriters night at the local pub - so now, Daddy's not allowed out to play all night at the pub anymore, Songfight is a great alternative outlet for me (also, the songwriters nights have now stopped happening - so songfights all I've got for now).

Anyway, new baby shouldn't mean no songfight. I'm very lucky to have a baby who stops crying at the sound of a guitar. So, when Mother is tired and baby is cranky - I prompt my wife to go to bed and have a sleep - and I lock Harri in the recording room with me and get to work.

Keen ears may pick up background baby sounds on many of my songs - in particular, my Jimmy Hat even has a screaming baby solo.

So, Congrats Hostess Mostess
and good luck PinV for January
well atleast june isn't a poor month for you :-) \m/... bad things always happen to me in june... i think it's my unlucky month haha
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Post by Eric Y. » Wed Sep 29, 2004 9:16 pm

Peaks In Valleys wrote:Great news! I'm expecting...
you -- uhhh -- but -- you -- oh nevermind
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Post by thehipcola » Thu Sep 30, 2004 2:49 am

umm...yah. Bad choice of words there...

I'm not expecting, (ahem..) my wife is. :wink:
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Post by tonetripper » Thu Sep 30, 2004 6:09 am

Peaks In Valleys wrote:umm...yah. Bad choice of words there...

I'm not expecting, (ahem..) my wife is. :wink:
See, so you can still do Redcar ...... sniff ....... you can still do it...... long after "Rachel" gets out of the womb...... just might be Redcar with a baby in it. If Caravan Ray can do it and rock so hard, so can you Chico. :twisted:

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Post by j$ » Thu Sep 30, 2004 8:16 am

At last the proof I have always hunted for that Ben Folds is bad kitsch not good ....

http://www.nme.com/features/110018.htm

Check out the shatner version of 'common people' - har. harrrrhar.
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Post by starfinger » Thu Sep 30, 2004 9:15 am

j$ wrote:At last the proof I have always hunted for that Ben Folds is bad kitsch not good ....

http://www.nme.com/features/110018.htm

Check out the shatner version of 'common people' - har. harrrrhar.
i've been waiting for this album for months.

I'm a card carrying member of the William Shatner fan club.

seriously. i have an autographed picture right next to my music computer.

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Post by Leaf » Thu Sep 30, 2004 10:41 am

Peaks In Valleys wrote:HM: Great news! I'm expecting our first baby in January, and suspect as well that SF'ing will be tough to squeeze in for a decade or two as well...

But we've GOT to try... :)

Congratulations!

uh... dude. Your WIFE is expecting the baby. You just thrusted.


C'mon.






ah I 'm just messing with ya...congrats man!! I KNEW YOU had it in you....


Can't wait to trade kid stories with ya!

edit: and like a retardo I totally replied before reading anyone else's clever retorts!!

Anway, you still on line for a backtofront reunion clooba? even if it's 2022 baby!!!
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Post by Niveous » Thu Sep 30, 2004 12:25 pm

Congrats to all you babymakers.

Now back to the ridiculous mayhem. Check out "I Must Destroy the Evil Bear"!!!

http://www.dieseldreams.com/launch.html

Get past the silly warning and then click on the bear and enjoy some mayhem.
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Post by Niveous » Fri Oct 01, 2004 1:38 pm

Did anyone check out "I must destroy the evil bear"? I'm curious to what people thought of it.
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Post by HeuristicsInc » Fri Oct 01, 2004 2:16 pm

kinda neat, but i watched it at work (ssh).
my laptop died.
i'm so sad.
so what was that? the movie making of somebody's actual dream?
lotsa matrix stylee.
i should watch some more eventually.
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