What have you discovered? (2011)

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Re: What have you discovered? (2011)

Postby SlangKing » 08 Mar 2011, 17:36

Count Machuki wrote:I'd never heard this band before, either. I like it. Are their records worth investigating?




If you like that track, you'll most likely love the band. The album it is taken from is my favorite of theirs- Strange Geometry. Definitely worth checking out...
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Re: What have you discovered? (2011)

Postby Toby » 08 Mar 2011, 21:52

Count Machuki wrote:This is quite good:



...even though I voted against its parent list!



Whaddya mean "quite good" ??

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Re: What have you discovered? (2011)

Postby Count Machuki » 14 Mar 2011, 05:48



:o
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Re: What have you discovered? (2011)

Postby harvey k-tel » 14 Mar 2011, 21:45

Count Machuki wrote:

:o


Great stuff, eh? Hamilton, Ontario boys, recorded by a young Daniel Lanois.
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Re: What have you discovered? (2011)

Postby CatnHat » 17 Mar 2011, 20:23

Count Machuki wrote:

I've always overlooked this group, but this is a pretty great track.


That whole album is good.
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Re: What have you discovered? (2011)

Postby Count Machuki » 18 Mar 2011, 19:20

Turns out it's really FlavoUr Flav! Who knew?

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Let U be the set of all united sets, K be the set of the kids and D be the set of things divided.
Then it follows that ∀ k ∈ K: K ∈ U ⇒ k ∉ D