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  1. Nope, that's the beauty & pain of the internet. Dumb shit you said years ago will follow you to the grave
  2. Maybe this is just me, but I think part of it also has to do with the state of Chris's singing voice. It's never been absolutely incredible but he's just been really really struggling live the past few years. I wonder if that has restricted the material they've been putting out, at least vocally.
  3. What the actual fuck is going on with Muse right now I'm so lost with these tour announcements. First of all, why would they wait this long to announce a tour? In Europe, they can wait ~5 months after the album's released and still sell out arenas (on multiple dates) but in the US? Good luck. They'll sell out the big areas (NY, Boston, Chicago, CA, etc) but they'll struggle to fill the less populated areas (who have fans who still deserve to see them). And having these tour dates trickle in is so frustrating. I have to check the site every single day to make sure I don't miss an announcemen
  4. Wow I like this thread a lot. In terms of what you're all talking about, I always got the impression that the band was very much carried by Chris. Like the rest of them had input and whatever but it was always Chris making the decisions. I almost hope that none of them regret what they're making just because that would be a really shit feeling. And I feel like if they reversed direction and tried to make an album more like AROBTTH for example it would just be a pile of shit because that album was genius and genuine and I don't think they could ever recapture the emotion of it.
  5. Looks like Netflix is out of the running for picking up Hannibal, Prime also apparently isn't interested and Hulu isn't looking so good. Very possible it may end for good after this season :\
  6. It's only 15 years old? Wow. In my not so :ninja: humble opinion, one of their best albums. Shame they never seem to have recaptured that original simple charm. I voted for Shiver - it's one of the first songs I heard from the album and when I listen to it it always makes me quite nostalgic. Good stuff. Although Everything's Not Lost is a close 2nd favorite for me.
  7. What a bummer that this got cancelled. I blame NBC; they just gave up on marketing the show. A ton of people that I was talking to didn't even know that the third season had started since they never advertised it. I sincerely hope that this gets picked up by Netflix, Amazon Prime, etc. because it's a really solid show, and Bryan Fuller deserves another few seasons to tell his story. That being said, I think he might have shot himself in the foot with this season - up until now the show's been toeing the line between artsy and story-driven, and this season (at least these first few episodes)
  8. This is a lovely project. Newton, New Jersey (USA) It looks like northern NJ is a bit crowded, I also am going to college in Madison, WI (USA) if that's an easier location. The Scientist
  9. I'm absolutely in love. I had about zero expectations with this because I was so completely disappointed by The 2nd Law, and all I can say is wow! I've only listened through thrice, but some of the songs are so damn catchy without having that cheese factor that plagued The Resistance (and T2L). The only one that's a bit closer to cheese than quality is Revolt. That being said, I was completely blown away by The Globalist. HOLY SHIT. Some whistle thingy in the beginning that was reminiscent of the live KOC intro, to Helsinki Jam (STUDIO QUALITY HELSINKI JAM; HOW LONG HAVE WE WAITED FOR THIS?
  10. I haven't listened to Coldplay in almost a year.
  11. I like the popular threads thingy on the side also some new themes that are less bright would really save my eyesight overall though I like the change
  12. Art/music is tough. I have more experience with music, but I'd imagine art is very similar. Keep in mind that you'd likely be living off of commissions. It's totally possible to do that, but it's unreliable and hard work. Very few people are fortunate enough to have their art hanging up at the MoMA, despite all of the talented artists in the world. I can't tell you what to do, and if you're really passionate about it, then go for it. But my suggestion would be to go to college for something that you could apply even to the art field (like something business-y), and take art classes while
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