#1
just wondering wat u guys think?personally i say MArky made them wat they are and i feel sorry for bobby coz everyone hates him now coz he sounds nothing like marky.i no sum **** happened and marky is partly to blame but honestly he made Adema awesum and its just sad to see em now.and i think midnight panic is a huge step down for marky from adema
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#4
^you mean drowning pool?
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#5
People still listen to Adema?

Didn't they have like one hit song a like 7 years ago about rehab or something?
That's all I can remember by them.
#8
I remember being about 13 and downloading a song by them off Limewire which was called "For fans of Linkin Park, Pantera, Slipknot download this song" or something along the lines of that. I was obsessed with it for ages
#9
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I remember being about 13 and downloading a song by them off Limewire which was called "For fans of Linkin Park, Pantera, Slipknot download this song" or something along the lines of that. I was obsessed with it for ages


LOL yes. I did the same thing. If I had play count on that song would have got at least 200 in about 5 days.
#10
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LOL yes. I did the same thing. If I had play count on that song would have got at least 200 in about 5 days.


I think I remember getting the video from the cover of some magazine.

It wasn't a bad song for the time.

Although I bet if I heard it now, I'd probably want to rip my own face off.
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#12
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Yeah, looking back I was an angsty little bugger.


Embarrasing 'aint it?
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#14
At least you're a better different person now!
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#15
I remember their song Immortal which was off Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance
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#16
haha adema? holy **** i totally forgot about them. they had those two songs that were big when i was a freshman in hs lol
Word.
#17
Giving In was pretty damn cool.
I have no idea what the TS is on about though.
As far as I'm aware, the lead singer of Adema was some other famous lead singer's little brother, and there were people saying Adema only made it coz of theoir singer's brother.


Or something.
#18
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Giving In was pretty damn cool.
I have no idea what the TS is on about though.
As far as I'm aware, the lead singer of Adema was some other famous lead singer's little brother, and there were people saying Adema only made it coz of theoir singer's brother.


Or something.

yeah he's Jon Davis (korn's) lil bro.and wtf marky didnt die!!!
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#19
I think i remmeber it now.
"Will you, walk me.. to the edge again
IMMM GIVIINGGG INNNNTOO YOUUUUUUUUUUU
watch me crumble imm giving into youu"
etc etc..
Something like that.
#20
yeah im listening to so much adema now and it just makes me sad when i hear it coz its so awsum
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#21
adema is one of my favorite bands and i think that when marky was the lead singer adema were better (i'm sorry by the bad english, i'm portuguese)
#22
I used to love this band, yet I haven't thought of them 'til just now.


Wow. This is nostalgic.
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