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13 ***years ***ago
yahozna
As I don't have an account myself unfortunately I'm not able to tell you for sure. However, I can point you to how it works on a tracker like Demonoid: Maybe invites for Hungercity work the same way?
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13 ***years ***ago
yahozna
Hungercity has become an "invitation-only" tracker It's a bit confusing that they still have the line "Don't have an account? Sign up right now!" (with a hyperlink leading to a blank page) on their frontpage. I would love to have an account for this tracker too..........
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13 ***years ***ago
yahozna
I'd rather see them close to home a day later in Rotterdam:
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13 ***years ***ago
yahozna
QuoteHis Majesty Quotedead.flowers ... and how would the cross-fire hurricane and the toothless bearded hag fit in ? The song may have been influenced by other things. Yeah, a rhyming dictionary for example
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13 ***years ***ago
yahozna
Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention - Freak Out Rolling Stones - Beggars Banquet Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon Pixies - Doolittle Suzanne Vega - Suzanne Vega Boudewijn de Groot - Picknick The Breeders - Last Splash Suede - Coming Up Tom Waits - Bone Machine Kate Bush - Hounds Of Love (could be 8 others if you ask me tomorrow, the first two will probably always be in my top
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13 ***years ***ago
yahozna
What really was a revelation for me was the fact that the track 'Moon Is Up' was actually written by Keith. There's an outtake on one of these sets where he 'introduces' the song something like this: "This is a song I wrote called 'If'" ('If' obviously being a working title for the song) Up to then I always assumed it was a 'Mick
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13 ***years ***ago
yahozna
Quotecarlitosbaez PAUL ATE AND CHOOSE THE SPANISH BOXXXXX!!! VAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSSSSSS ESPAÑAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!! CARLITOS TENERIFE so Sunday I'll have calamares for dinner
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13 ***years ***ago
yahozna
Quote71Tele The Netherlands is the only country to go from a republic to a monarchy(?) I dunno. But I certainly wouldn't mind if we would abolish this stupid institute called monarchy. Puppet theater if you ask me..... We also have the strange situation that our government does not reside in the capital (capital Amsterdam, government and parliament in The Hague). Quote71TeleIs the term &
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13 ***years ***ago
yahozna
Quotellargueras Congrats Holland!!! There's a good relation of catalan people and Barça fans with dutch. A lot of dutch people spend their summer vacations in Catalonia and I have some summer friends. On the other hand, Cruyff, Neeskens, Koeman, Kluivert,De Boer Bros, Hesp, Reiziger, Bogarde, Cocu, Zenden, Davids, Overmars, Van gaal.... a long list of players and coaches in Barça histo
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13 ***years ***ago
yahozna
Quotehighanddry But it's so clearly scrapings from the bottom of the Exile barrel, it hurts. ...but they're really good scrapings.......
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14 ***years ***ago
yahozna
Tops/Back to zero
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14 ***years ***ago
yahozna
QuoteSilver Dagger Sophia Loren? Sounds like a joke. I mean, after all this time no one has ever mentioned these tracks in any books or on bootlegs. Can't wait to be proved wrong though. from : 710710A 10th July - late July and 14th October - 23rd November: Villefranche-sur-mer, France, Villa Nellcote, basement of KR's house. Producer: Jimmy Miller. Sound
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14 ***years ***ago
yahozna
without a shadow of a doubt: Frank Zappa
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15 ***years ***ago
yahozna
Feyenoord (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
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16 ***years ***ago
yahozna
Quoteprincerupert The Prince of Holland met his wife (Maxima from Argentina) in the late 90's so she wasn't around in 1995. Rupert You are right, he was there alright, but not with Maxima but as I recall with his then girlfriend (I think she's called Emily Bremers). Anyway, I'm one of the apparantly few Dutch who thinks monarchy is a ridiculous backward institute, so I
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16 ***years ***ago
yahozna
When I visited London last year I stayed in a hotel in Camden. There is a nice market there where you can get Moroccan, Japanese and Indonesian food at low prices. I thought that especially the Moroccan food was great...... See: (there's also a shop where they sell bootlegs, although I do not understand why people still buy bootlegs when you can easily download them )
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16 ***years ***ago
yahozna
Great recording from a great tour! Only sometimes you wonder who makes up this nonsense: “Let’s Spend The Night Together,” the song that got them in trouble with Ed Sullivan, when, in 1967, Jagger refused to modify the lyrics for the TV show by singing, “Let’s spend some time together.” Refused? I think not.........
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17 ***years ***ago
yahozna
rooster Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Wasnt it Springsteen s wife who sang on ''Ugly''. Maybe, maybe not. See: (entry 850716A) It doesn't state who is on exactly which track.
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17 ***years ***ago
yahozna
What a coincidence. Yesterday I played 'Winning Ugly' for a colleague of mine. I explained to him that many Stones-fans despise this song and that I cannot understand that (I love that tune, as I do love Dirty Work as a whole). The colleague (a musician himself) liked the track very much. (If I'm not mistaken, Kirsty MacColl does background vocals on this song. She was married t
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17 ***years ***ago
yahozna
barbabang Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Out of curiosity I wonder if Wooden Records has > the same approach as the late (bless him) Frank > Zappa with the 'You Can't Do That On Stage > Anymore' series? > (just copying the bootlegs and put it out on his > own label, no remastering, or new sources, etc.) I have to correct y
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17 ***years ***ago
yahozna
Wow, that is indeed a great find! Downloading now and will seed it at least till monday! Thanx very much, Gazza!
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17 ***years ***ago
yahozna
Rolling Stones - The Missing Jewels cd 1 (live Cobo Hall, Detroit 1975). Wow, Ronnie plays great on this one! Jagger's vocals are ragged.............
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17 ***years ***ago
yahozna
ChelseaDrugstore Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "Everyday People" Sly & Family Stone in USA. Now > that's cool but WTF about UK? Peter Sarstedt and > some song I can not even rememeber. Who is > Sarstedt LOL? Hey, that's the same songs I got! (born 23d february 1969) Well, it's not that bad. Part of the lyrics o
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17 ***years ***ago
yahozna
Very sad. He died on the day I saw Roger Waters in Ahoy, Rotterdam.
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17 ***years ***ago
yahozna
Well, I started with We're only in it for the money and after that I bought all six volumes of You can't do that on stage anymore. That was about 9.5 years ago. Now, I own almost all official Zappa-releases (about 80 cd's). And as you may be aware, my forum name is the title of a Zappa-song ;-)
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18 ***years ***ago
yahozna
Jimmy C Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What about the original "reggae" version of Start > Me Up. Has anyone heard that or have it? It's good you put reggae between quotes because I would hardly call it a reggae version. But it's on a Tattoo You-outtake compilation called 'Tattoo Too' on the Rattlesnake label.
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18 ***years ***ago
yahozna
Four Stone Walls Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I don't know my Ameican history that well but I > think the Brits were the majority of the intial > colonists (foreign invaders!), followed by the > French and, ofcourse the Spannish in the south and > west, (preceeded by the Spannish?) And don't forget the Dutch (who iirc traded New
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