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  1. You can visit GMA, I just don't know if you can get INSIDE until after the show is over: http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/good-morning-america-times-square/story?id=12883468#.T0aIe3LlVD0 I'm not sure what the odds are of being able to get in, though...I feel like they can probably only fit a few people inside and the performance itself will probably be inside...I'm wondering whether or not I should try to go.
  2. OK, not to rain on the parade, but that's not a new video (audio) from the past week from the MusiCares event...I've had that exact audio file in my iTunes for about six years now, I'm pretty sure it's from the AROBTTH era, X&Y era at the most recent because that's when I downloaded it :\ EDIT: yeah, just checked, I added it to my iTunes on August 19, 2006 and the audio in this video is the exact same as what I have had for years... It's also exactly 2:16 just like the video.
  3. Can't wait for a full version of this! WCWIO is one of my all-time favorite songs, I'm so glad they chose to do that one :wacky: And yes: SO HAPPY THEY DID IT IN NORMAL CLOTHES (besides Guy messing everything up by still wearing the silly MX jacket :angry: :P)
  4. I don't think I could use enough :facepalm: smilies in a single post to convey how I feel about this. Respect their privacy, put yourself in their shoes and imagine how weirded out they'd be to find a piece of a tree they once owned for sale on the internet, and stop being a creep.
  5. I feel this way about most artists that I don't count myself as a fan of--I just kind of feel like everyone out there with integrity and creativity deserves my respect, but that doesn't mean I'm necessarily into what they're doing. The artists I don't respect are the ones who just in it to be in the Top 40 and make money off a song someone else wrote for them that sounds like everything else on the radio. But bands that I feel like I should be into based on my tastes and what my friends recommend include The Horrors, Fleet Foxes, Bon Iver, Arctic Monkeys (though I do quite like them, I jus
  6. This is what my 2012 looks like so far: Hopefully more will be added once I start a new job that begins next week. I did three festivals in 2011 and saw a huge number of artists and I don't want 2012 to pale in comparison. Especially with newer/lesser known artists--I usually stick with shows from people I'm already interested in, but festivals are amazing to see the up-and-coming groups that few know about. And YES I still love Coldplay :phu: :P
  7. Got my tickets today too! :dance: In The End isn't one of my favorite tracks on the album, but I think the video is pretty. It might be a bit monotonous, but I think the dancing is nice and Gary looks quite good :wacky:
  8. Thanks Mel :wacky: (how are you, by the way!?) I just got a bit more annoyed at this because I do a very similar thing as The Oracle does on a website about The Strokes (though all the questions pertain to the band, we don't do random life-problem questions), and I try my best to NEVER like that to a question-asker. I delete the especially ridiculous/prying ones and carry on with the rest, and try to answer even the most noob-ish questions politely. I don't mean to say I should be the standard or anything, but my point is that if you're offering your services to a big website, you can't tro
  9. I was at the Live On Letterman taping this week, and even though I would have still probably bought a ticket to see them in NYC in April anyway, that completely cemented how badly I wanted to see them do a full, proper gig (mostly because Letterman was too short!). Once I get around to offloading my camera, I can post a few pictures and a video here if anyone cares :P I have my fingers crossed for the general sale tomorrow, I'm a bit nervous because the AMEX presale sold out much faster than I thought it would :uhoh:
  10. I thought this was really out of line--it was clearly a joke, and even if it wasn't, it didn't deserve that, and I feel like several other questions have been snarkily-answered lately. If you're going to answer questions publicly for a website, you either have to deal with the silly questions properly or delete them. Being grumpy isn't an excuse for snapping at a stranger for being a bit jokey, especially when you've willingly signed on to do something like this.
  11. GODDAMMIT, I forgot about that! What a bullshit rule :mean: :P I'm still not changing my list though, El Camino is definitely my favorite thing released this year and it stays in spite :lol:
  12. I agree, I love the way their (early) "logo" was COLDPLAY in the Alberta font, but I'm not really a fan of having just plain old band-names be a tattoo. As lovely as some of the butterfly tattoos I've seen are, I just feel like everyone does that, and so many people have butterflies anyway that it just seems like a kind of generic thing to get, at least from the point of view of other people. Right now I like the ideas of the MX symbols the best. This is such a cool idea! This is the kind of thing I'd like to go for: a symbol that's Coldplay-related, but not immediately obvious as Co
  13. This is the first time I've put together an actual ordered list for a year of albums, so here it is: 1. El Camino (The Black Keys) 2. Mylo Xyloto (Coldplay) 3. What Did You Expect From The Vaccines? (The Vaccines) 4. Angles (The Strokes) 5. Codes And Keys (Death Cab For Cutie) 6. Watch The Throne (The Throne/Kanye & Jay-Z) 7. Fallen Empires (Snow Patrol) 8. A Different Kind Of Fix (Bombay Bicycle Club) 9. Suck It And See (Arctic Monkeys) 10. The King Of Limbs (Radiohead)
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