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Everything posted by seirios

  1. Actually it's been a long-time wish of mine to go to Istanbul, so there's one more reason now...
  2. Well anyways, now that Toshiba has officially admitted defeat, BluRay will remain the only format they will release it, for sure.
  3. A: Apparently it's Andy Warhol, but I'm far from being familiar with the references of Dylan's lyrics (or his music whatsoever)... Q: Which is more stimulating: a cup of green tea or an Italian espresso?
  4. I like that swarm of files on both sides of your desktop
  5. It's scaaary... High winds and all that. Objects are flying in the air and there's this continuous wheezing sound.
  6. To the wind (of change ) playing on the roof tiles. It's quite freaky though, as its speed is well above 100 km/h so say the weathermen...
  7. Seirios is a greek word that means 'glowing' or 'blazing'. Quite appropriately it is also the name of the Dog Star, the brightest of them all. It reminds me of someone very dear to my heart who is quite far away (now).
  8. Oh, come now will you?! We've got enough trouble down here, and definitely don't need any more threats coming from up above. But this satellite story is really weird... I mean, imagine a perfectly quiet morning at a roadside coffee shop with some old faces who couldn't care less about what's going on around them, sitting there sipping their coffees or whatever... and then suddenly: dash! 20k pounds of cosmic wreckage lands in front of them. What a day.
  9. Sad story... I mean not only his death but his life as a whole. Too many sad stories lately. Still shocked at Heath Ledger's sudden death. He was younger than me.
  10. Yeah, a South Corean crap that won't charge. I've been using it for about one and a half years... Which movie should win the Oscar this year?
  11. The point is to make profit, obviously... I wouldn't mind listening to my LZ DVD in a cinema room with 5.1 sound and good acoustics though...
  12. That almost brought tears in my eyes when I realised it was Bonzo... Eternal respect
  13. THE ROVER - I know of an interview with Plant in which he is sort of regretful that they never got to play this song live. I think it's one of their essential songs, so I wonder why they didn't try it. HEARTBREAKER - it's got one of them ass-kicking riffs! WHEN THE LEVEE BREAKS - that one, dedicated to the memory of good ol' John ACHILLES' LAST STAND - it's perhaps the greatest song from the latter days BRON-YR-AUR STOMP - I would have certainly used this one as an encore! Dedicated to the memory of Stryder...
  14. ^ has got performance issues < is yearning for some tasty bit
  15. I guess my popularity index suffered a fall amongst a few board members... No, it was actually something else he kicked off the stage during Kashmir - you didn't read my post carefully. As for the mic - I didn't say he was tossing it agressively, but it's certainly something he never did during the Zep-era, as far as video coverage can proove it.
  16. You presume correctly, as I posted the topic under "O2 Arena Concert, London". As to my drinking habits, I barely think they can do anything with Robert's actions on stage. I wasn't there on the first place, so I started this thread after having seen several times those clips on YouTube. As you may observe if you give a careful look to what I posted, I didn't state he was aggressive, I was just asking whether there were others as well who noticed that he was behaving differently than he used to. In my opinion that's far from a gentle kick and the throwing of the mic is definitely a very st
  17. ^ is surely an empathetic person < has been considering for a while to go to sleep, but could not bring himself to it
  18. You would have surely failed in anyone's case. I don't think that any computation based on that article could lead anyone to ANY conclusion as to what fan-base would share the author's opinion. Mind your words, would you please.
  19. First it was the way he trew down the mic at the very end of the concert that I saw, and it sort of shocked me. Then I saw him kick something off the stage wildly, towards the second part of Kashmir. The strange is that he's never been like that on stage... in the old days he was usually begging fans to stop using firecrackers and stop acting foolishly etc. Is it only me, or others (preferably those attending the gig) also noticed his slightly strange attitude?
  20. Exactly. Besides, the guy states that he likes Zeppelin, as far as their studio recordings go. He just hasn't got the guts for the real thing, the sissy...
  21. Same choice, same arguments here
  22. I voted YES but that holds only if all fou were indeed willing to and comfortable with it. I don't think it would be worth the while if they just did it because they felt some kind of pressure was being put on them...
  23. If there were a gun put against my head to make a choice or die, I'd probably say 1988. Otherwise let's just not talk about the subject
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