UG's Tenacious D
Join date: Dec 2005
159 IQ
i saw him live at the rosemont he played through that album....i like it
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i could see that being liek a sign at an entrace to a theme park ,"remember to always be safe dont litter and remember to have a nice day in my pants!"

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"If you listen really carefully, you can hear carrots scream when you cut them."
UG Senior Member
Join date: Jan 2006
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i saw him live at the rosemont he played through that album....i like it

You saw him at Rosemont? What day did you go? I went on the 12th and I was sitting pretty close, probably 10 rows back or so and to the far right.
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hey texas, nobody cares.
Master Shake
Good milk gone Bad
Join date: Nov 2005
734 IQ
IMO the guitar is still there but I thought there are too many effects on the vocals for my liking, but I aways liked him better live though. I only bought it on Thursday so I still need to listen to it a few more times but I already like a few songs.
I'm gonna live forever and if I don't suceed i'll die trying.
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Damn. You win Master Shake. I am not worthy!
UG Newbie
Join date: Sep 2005
161 IQ
very romantic, lol. it is though...
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Hear My Train A Comin'
Join date: Jan 2005
2,782 IQ
Very solid album, but the only time I can listen to it is late at night. The mood of the album is too relaxing for me to get into it during the day or when I'm driving around.

And he was excellent in concert. I saw him at Radio City in NYC a few weeks ago
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Join date: Jan 2006
2,096 IQ
i dont have it yet, i dont think ill enjoy it too much, since i usually listen to heavier stuff, but ill probaly buy it for the guitar work...