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  • Shigeru
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    I love this album, except for the closing track. I never would've bought the album based off of Cocaine, but I love that song now and the whole thing. Great discovery for me. =p

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  • mmakara81
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    i love it except for two songs, love is life and daylight in the city.  they may grow on me but for some reason, they dont feel like they fit.  i love cocaine.  at first i hated it but more and more i started liking it, to the point where i had to get the chorus down.  now, after hearing this as a whole, i think it fits so well

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    Originally posted by dredgfan001
    just got a chance to hear this, it's pretty good, not a dramatically amazing album in my opinion, but it is much much better than I was expecting after hearing Cocaine. I actually like that song much more now that I can see how it fits into the album musically.
    Yeah, now that people are hearing it, I recommend going back and reading my old posts on various forums I frequent.  :lol:

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  • noclevername
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    i'm digging it. nowhere near as by the numbers as the self titled.

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  • dredgfan001
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    just got a chance to hear this, it's pretty good, not a dramatically amazing album in my opinion, but it is much much better than I was expecting after hearing Cocaine. I actually like that song much more now that I can see how it fits into the album musically.

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    Originally posted by TheRuleofThree
    Well, the whole record leaked tonight.

    The fact that you haven't posted it, Eric, tells me that the band wants this contained, correct?
    Yeah. Fucking Wind-Up. There's a fan on the new Strata board who bought a copy off of the French eBay about 2 or 3 weeks ago. That just shouldn't happen. Had the label kept the record at its original release of 5/15, this wouldn't be too bad, but we're now looking at 2.5 months early... it's gonna hurt sales for sure. Although it's supposed to be priced for $7.99 at Best Buy, etc. and $9.99 MSRP, so who knows.

    Anyway, those of you who are OiNKed, what do you think?

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  • TheRuleofThree
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    Well, the whole record leaked tonight.

    The fact that you haven't posted it, Eric, tells me that the band wants this contained, correct?

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  • kata rokkar
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    new song: Hot/Cold (Darling, Don't)

    http://www.myspace.com/strata




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    For those who might be interested... there are some videos on YouTube from the show in San Francisco last week that are pretty good sound and video quality... given that they were probably shot from a camera phone or digital camera. Check 'em out:

    SETLIST:
    Night Falls - The Weight Of It (no video available)
    The Dotted Line...
    Coma Therapy
    The New National Anthem
    Natoma Alley (into...)
    Hot/Cold (Darling, Don't)

    Stay Young
    Poughkeepsie, NY
    "Raven Jam" (which is tacked on the end of "Poughkeepsie, NY" on the album) (into...)
    Cocaine (We're All Going To Hell)


    Or you can just watch an in-order playlist of the available videos here.

    I haven't watched them all yet, but if you're a Pemberton spotter, I was in front of Ryan and/or Eric the whole night, right by the stage. Maybe I'm in there, maybe not.

    Enjoy.

    Oh, and just for the fuck of it, here's a video of them recording "Natoma Alley" aka "Slumpin'" at The Panda Studios in Oakland.

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  • TraptDredg
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    Originally posted by erikpemberton
    Originally posted by kata rokkar
    well since you have the lyrics to that song....do you have the lyrics to Poughkeepsie?

    if so could ya post it? i'm quite curious of what kind of things he has to say about that unusual experience.
    06. Poughkeepsie, NY:

    I met the Devil in Poughkeepsie, New York.
    He took a seat right beside me at the end of the bar.
    He said I looked familiar, had we met sometime before?
    Yeah, I drank with the Devil in Poughkeepsie, New York.

    And I confessed I hadn't prayed to God since nineteen-eighty-eight,
    he said, "oh kid, you should try again you know, before it's too late."
    I asked him where my soul would go if I just dropped dead today,
    he smiled and said "Oh, you've got some good friends waiting for you at the gates."

    Hallelujah!
    O', Hallelujah!

    He said, "Just say the word and I'll give you fame and fancy whores,
    or would you rather die a simple man, just honest and poor?"
    I said, "Well now I know who my real friends are and I can't ask for much more."
    I thanked the Devil for my drinks and made my way for the door.

    Hallelujah!
    O', Hallelujah!
    song sounds very NINish

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    Originally posted by erikpemberton
    Originally posted by kata rokkar
    thanks dude
    No prob. Also, for you and anyone else who is interested, the band posted the full album's lyrics so I no longer have to answer these questions and piss off poor TraptDredg.

    Read up, children.
    i've got five dolla and you call that poor? hahaha

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    Originally posted by kata rokkar
    thanks dude
    No prob. Also, for you and anyone else who is interested, the band posted the full album's lyrics so I no longer have to answer these questions and piss off poor TraptDredg.

    Read up, children.

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  • kata rokkar
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    thanks dude

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    Originally posted by kata rokkar
    well since you have the lyrics to that song....do you have the lyrics to Poughkeepsie?

    if so could ya post it? i'm quite curious of what kind of things he has to say about that unusual experience.
    06. Poughkeepsie, NY:

    I met the Devil in Poughkeepsie, New York.
    He took a seat right beside me at the end of the bar.
    He said I looked familiar, had we met sometime before?
    Yeah, I drank with the Devil in Poughkeepsie, New York.

    And I confessed I hadn't prayed to God since nineteen-eighty-eight,
    he said, "oh kid, you should try again you know, before it's too late."
    I asked him where my soul would go if I just dropped dead today,
    he smiled and said "Oh, you've got some good friends waiting for you at the gates."

    Hallelujah!
    O', Hallelujah!

    He said, "Just say the word and I'll give you fame and fancy whores,
    or would you rather die a simple man, just honest and poor?"
    I said, "Well now I know who my real friends are and I can't ask for much more."
    I thanked the Devil for my drinks and made my way for the door.

    Hallelujah!
    O', Hallelujah!

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  • kata rokkar
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    well since you have the lyrics to that song....do you have the lyrics to Poughkeepsie?

    if so could ya post it? i'm quite curious of what kind of things he has to say about that unusual experience.

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    Originally posted by TraptDredg
    in sickness and health and all that we've been through its the last thing that we both do lets take good deep breath

    remember this
    it's love
    You should at least get the lyrics right if you're going to quote them.

    09. Love Is Life:

    I've got enough wood and nails here
    I've collected through the years
    to build a few sturdy walls
    to keep us safe from all my fears.
    My insecurities are promises I was born to keep;
    you know I live just to die for my beliefs.

    Well, I believe in myself and I believe in you,
    if it's the last thing we both do, let's take a good, deep breath
    remember this...

    Love is life, this love is my life...

    and in you I have all I need...
    I think we could stretch this out forever,
    like a blanket in the sand
    and we could learn a couple dances,
    we'll do them hand in hand
    until we end and even after
    'cause death can't tear apart
    these two hearts sewn together,
    meant to be this from the start.

    In sickness and health and all that we've been through,
    if it's the last thing we both do, let's take a good, deep breath
    remember this...

    Love is life. This love is my life...

    Love is a long way to fall...

    Love is life. This love is my life.

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