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Thread: iAlarma!
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05-01-2008 14:41 Forum: General Discussion


...I was three when DFBB came out...

*ducks and runs*
Thread: Swirling Eddies - the midget, the speck and the molecule
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Replies: 337
Views: 297,561
08-11-2007 16:50 Forum: CD & DVD Reviews


quote:
Originally posted by Drtuddle
Did anyone recognize that the riff on Medley of our Hit is very similar to Frank Blacks The Marsist ?


I thought it sounded a bit like Smash Mouth.

*ducks and runs for cover*
Thread: DA Fan Group on Facebook
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Replies: 39
Views: 23,081
08-09-2007 23:46 Forum: General Discussion


^What is what? Facebook?
Thread: DA Fan Group on Facebook
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Replies: 39
Views: 23,081
DA Fan Group on Facebook 08-09-2007 18:06 Forum: General Discussion


For those of you who are on Facebook, join the group "Fans of the Band That Won't Go Away." You join the group, your friends see it, they get intrigued, they ask you about who this band is, you loan them an album, and they hooked! Brilliant!

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2247096813
Thread: Swirling Eddies - the midget, the speck and the molecule
The Trouble With X

Replies: 114
Views: 119,588
07-28-2007 16:18 Forum: Upcoming Releases


I'm seriously beginning to wonder if I did something to cause the USPS to hate me. Could they be a tad ticked that I've had eight different addresses in the past 18 months? I never received my grad school admissions notification letter, and that was coming from barely forty miles away. I can only imagine what might've happened between Missouri and Virginia...
Thread: Swirling Eddies - the midget, the speck and the molecule
The Trouble With X

Replies: 114
Views: 119,588
07-28-2007 14:46 Forum: Upcoming Releases


quote:
Originally posted by peawinkel
quote:
Originally posted by The Trouble With X
quote:
Originally posted by jollyholiday
Somebody is already

Cashing IN!


And I still haven't even gotten mine yet. Boo. (I'm not whining; just anxious to get it!)


Me neither.... I thought that when I didn't get it at Sunday's concert, it would be OK because it would be waiting for me when I came home from vacation. D'oh! I feel like Homer Simpson.


I (hopefully still) am going on a week-long roadtrip tomorrow. Sure hope it's in the mailbox today...

UPDATE: Mad
Thread: Swirling Eddies - the midget, the speck and the molecule
The Trouble With X

Replies: 114
Views: 119,588
07-28-2007 00:04 Forum: Upcoming Releases


quote:
Originally posted by jollyholiday
Somebody is already

Cashing IN!


And I still haven't even gotten mine yet. Boo. (I'm not whining; just anxious to get it!)
Thread: Swirling Eddies - the midget, the speck and the molecule
The Trouble With X

Replies: 114
Views: 119,588
07-25-2007 21:57 Forum: Upcoming Releases


quote:
Originally posted by snowblind
quote:
Originally posted by The Trouble With X
Opened the mailbox anxiously today...and got a bank statement...shucks...tomorrow, hopefully...

Just go ready your Harry Potter book to pass the time... Big Grin


It was done 10am Saturday. I do have Moreland and Craig's Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview that I need to keep working my way through, though.
Thread: Swirling Eddies - the midget, the speck and the molecule
The Trouble With X

Replies: 114
Views: 119,588
07-25-2007 15:50 Forum: Upcoming Releases


Opened the mailbox anxiously today...and got a bank statement...shucks...tomorrow, hopefully...
Thread: Swirling Eddies - the midget, the speck and the molecule
The Trouble With X

Replies: 114
Views: 119,588
07-21-2007 14:51 Forum: Upcoming Releases


So how about getting some of the new songs up on the MySpace page so the whole world can enjoy a small taste of the Eddies!?

In the words of St. Thomas Aquinas, "We'd really appreciate it!"

(Of course I just realized that you guys might not have the actual cd's yet...in which case disregard above message until you do).
Thread: Neverhood Movie
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Replies: 8
Views: 9,371
05-02-2007 23:33 Forum: General Discussion


I love Doug TenNapel's works. First noticed his stuff on Five Iron Frenzy's album covers. He's just as crazy as Five Iron and Daniel Amos. Gotta love it...
Thread: Book a Lost Dogs Show!
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Replies: 27
Views: 16,144
04-25-2007 20:35 Forum: General Discussion


I'm going to be at the April 28th show. I'm looking foward to it, as this will be the first time I've seen any of the Dogs live...
Thread: Book a Lost Dogs Show!
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Replies: 27
Views: 16,144
04-19-2007 22:19 Forum: General Discussion


oh geez...wish I'd seen this a week ago. I live in VB, but not sure I could get 'em booked in a week. How does this normally work? Would someone need to guarantee a certain amount of money up front?
Thread: Ultimate Horrendous Disc Update?
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Replies: 359
Views: 241,715
04-05-2007 20:35 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by achentodaze
quote:
Originally posted by Myron
Has a target release date been set?


To keep this re-re-release as close to the original experience as possible, it will be held captive for 744 days. Just to let a new generation know how it felt. Big Grin


[26 years ago....man, I feel old.]


Don't joke like that. Just because some of us were still several years away from conception when it was originally recorded is no reason to pick on us now... Happy
Thread: How did you find DA?
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Replies: 245
Views: 167,626
03-01-2007 17:57 Forum: General Discussion


In 1976:

My dad was in 9th grade.
My mom was in 7th grade.
I wouldn't be for another eight years...

Happy
Thread: How did you find DA?
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Replies: 245
Views: 167,626
02-28-2007 16:22 Forum: General Discussion


I've never really thought this one out...let's see...

The first time I can remember hearing the name "Daniel Amos" was on the Surfonic Water Revival album. I'd never heard of this band before, and being fourteen at the time, I bought the album because it featured songs by the OC Supertones, The Insyderz, Smalltown Poets, Plankeye, and All Star United (all of whom have more or less disbanded, sadly). I did enjoy DA's track on there, "Pay For Surf", since it's rather upbeat and catchy, although I didn't really get the lyrics (still not sure I do...). But, like I said, I'd never heard of the band, hadn't seen any album they'd released, and didn't really pursue it.

Again, being a teenager who was into Christian music in the late 90s, I was naturally a big fan of the T&N and BEC record labels, and I heard several Lost Dogs songs on samplers and compilations from those two companies after the Dogs sigend with BEC. I don't think I connected them with Daniel Amos, though, yet.

Fast foward to my freshman year of college (2002?), when I started getting into Steve Taylor (that's another story in and of itself). As I was reading up on Steve, I kept on seeing the Lost Dogs and their associated bands popping up. I then read about the Swirling Eddies song "Hide the Beer, The Pastor's Here." As this was exactly the type of humorous/sarcastic songwriting I like, I started trying to find Eddies albums. From there, it took a couple of years, but I finally got my first Daniel Amos album (Preachers From Out of Space) around December '05.

So, there's my great American novel about "How I Found the Eddies".
Thread: It's All About YOU....
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Replies: 180
Views: 251,434
02-28-2007 16:10 Forum: General Discussion


Name: Robert Gibbs
Birthday: 7/23/84
Birthplace: Newport, RI
Current Location: Virginia Beach, VA
Current Occupation: Substitute Teacher and Army Reserve
Dream Occupation: High School History Teacher
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Brown
Height: 5'10"
Right Handed or Left Handed: Right! I'm no son of the Devil!
Your Heritage: I'm a very diverse European mutt.
Your Biggest Weakness: Food
Your Fears: Old, cold, and all alone
The Perfect Pizza: lotsa meatsa
Goal You Would Like To Achieve This Year: Get into grad school
Your Most Overused Phrase or word: okay?
Morning person or Night Owl: both
Your Best Physical Feature: smile
Your Most Missed Memory: senior year with all my nerd friends
Pepsi or Coke: Coke
Favorite Fast Food: Arby's wrap?
Can You Cook: Yes
Chocolate or Vanilla: Vanilla
Cappuccino or Coffee: Coffee
Three Stooges, Abbot and Costello or the Marx Brothers: Marx
Number of hours that you normally watch TV in a single day: 1-2?
Favorite type of movie (Drama/comedy/action/documentary/etc): action
Letterman or Leno: Letterman
Do you Smoke: No
Do you Sing: Often, but not well
Do you Dance: If you can call it dancing...
Most unusual talent: Kind of hard to describe, but it involves elbows...
You like to regularly challenge yourself by: I don't...my main flaw...
Do you get Motion Sickness: No
Are you a Health Freak: No
Do/did you get along with your Parents: Pretty much
Do you like Thunderstorms: Sometimes
Do you play an Instrument: guitar, bass
Have you ever Stolen Anything: No
Have You Ever been Beaten up: Not really
What do you want to be when you Grow Up: They keep telling me I am grown up....
What country would you most like to Visit: Deutschland
Number of CDs I own: 120+
Number of Piercings: None
Number of Tattoos: None
Number of Message Board Alliases: 3?
The Greatest Rock Band in History Is: Five Iron Frenzy (if you can count them as rock)
The Album I Wore Out Growing Up Was: dc Talk --> Nu Thang, Free at Last, and Jesus Freak
Thread: Going Rate for Alarma Chronicles?
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Replies: 16
Views: 11,078
02-28-2007 00:10 Forum: General Discussion


Thanks for rubbing it in. Wink I wasn't actually on planning on going that high ($165), but as it turns out, I accidentally typed in a couple extra zeros on the bid, so I was just thankful someone quit bidding before I lost all the money I put aside for grad school. Happy
Thread: Darn Floor Big Curiosity
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Replies: 85
Views: 65,465
02-23-2007 23:56 Forum: General Discussion


I have yet to hear DFBB in its entirety yet. I've heard the title track on Our Personal Favorites, the remix of "Unattainable Earth" on MFT, and just recently, "Strange Animals" on the DA MySpace page. Would love to see it re-released.
Thread: Going Rate for Alarma Chronicles?
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Replies: 16
Views: 11,078
02-23-2007 23:51 Forum: General Discussion


I paid $165 for the bookset on eBay back in December. Worth every penny...
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