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Old 03-21-2011, 08:08 PM   #3101 (permalink)
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Old 03-21-2011, 08:12 PM   #3102 (permalink)
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Pretty good frisbee if you ask me. I never understood Roxy Music
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Old 03-21-2011, 08:12 PM   #3103 (permalink)
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I love those guys. Jim Cuddy went to high school not too far from here.
Yeah, my mom's best friend actually went to school with him (she was a few years younger though). Keelor went to the same school, although I think it was right before she got there.

And yeah, they're awesome. I've actually seen them in concert more than any other band. Nothing beats a Blue Rodeo concert at the Molson Ampitheatre in the summer.
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Pretty good frisbee if you ask me. I never understood Roxy Music
it's a glam thing - i suppose you dislike T.Rex, Ziggy Stardust-era Bowie and all that
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Yeah, my mom's best friend actually went to school with him (she was a few years younger though). Keelor went to the same school, although I think it was right before she got there.

And yeah, they're awesome. I've actually seen them in concert more than any other band. Nothing beats a Blue Rodeo concert at the Molson Ampitheatre in the summer.
I love the Molson Amphiteatre in general. Such a great venue. I saw REM there in June 2008.
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I love the Molson Amphiteatre in general. Such a great venue. I saw REM there in June 2008.
Nice. Haha I was at the same concert. Modest Mouse was great too, although it was a short set. I was hoping REM would play more of their older stuff but it was still great. A little bit of bad weather couldn't take away from it, even on the lawn. I've never actually sat in a seat there.
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when this song came out I used that as a pick up line for about 3 years straight lol
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just put on some live Christian worship and praise called Revival but had to put it out cos it's more deservant of the title Revile
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Nice. Haha I was at the same concert. Modest Mouse was great too, although it was a short set. I was hoping REM would play more of their older stuff but it was still great. A little bit of bad weather couldn't take away from it, even on the lawn. I've never actually sat in a seat there.
Nice, I was also on the lawn. Didn't give a **** about the weather either. We could have been sitting yards away from each other, LOL!

I was also hoping they'd play some more older stuff too, but I get that they were touring Accelerate.
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