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maven2blue

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  1. If you start seeing yourself standing alone in the middle of a dance floor, wearing a long dress,then maybe its time you started listening to the ARCTIC MONKEYS "I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor", :chickeddance:

    Your name isn't Rio, but I don't care for sand

    Lighting the fuse might result in a bang

    I bet that you look good on the dancefloor

    I don't know if you’re looking for romance or...

    I don't know what you’re looking for

    I bet that you look good on the dancefloor

    Dancing to electro-pop like a robot from 1984 Hell no

    I wish you'd stop ignoring me, because you're sending me to despair

    Without a sound you’re calling me, and I don't think it's very fair

    That your shoulders are frozen, cold as the night

    Oh you’re an explosion, you’re dynamite Hell yeah

    Your name isn't Rio, but I don't care for sand

    Lighting the fuse might result in a bang

    Oh there int no love no, Montague’s or Capulets

    Just banging tunes in DJ sets and

    Dirty dancefloors and dreams of naughtiness Maybe...

    Just watched the video of this song. I'll stick with Sister Rosetta. :D


  2. This type of project should be left alone with one album and tour. Let it lie.....Move on to strange sesation.....Robert doesn't have the kahonas to to kick up Zep again....He will dissapoint and not live up to the musicianship of Page and Jones.....Robert is too old to sing the Zep Stuff......Go back to Strange Sensation and play with yourself!

    :blahblah:

    Robert bashing is so boring

    Now, go away and play with yourself


  3. I LOVE Sister Rosetta! The melody is DEFINITELY not bluegrass, lol! Probably my fave song of the album. Yeah, haunting and melancholy. It takes you someplace else. Some lonely person sitting in a cafe smoking cigarettes. Paris, Rome, some tiny place with the wallpaper peeling off the walls. Someplace Van Gogh would hang out. An old man with a mule driven cart on a street full of today's traffic. A longing for a simpler time.

    What can I say? I have a vivid imagination! :lol:

    I love your imagination! :D When I hear Sister Rosetta, I get a chill up the back of my neck and I see myself standing alone in the middle of a dance floor, wearing a long dress, waiting, because I know something portentous is about to happen.


  4. Oh no no! Not sucked into the black hole or anything like that! Just that the influence of crossing the galactic equator could conceivably causing a reversal of the planet's magnetic pole. Like I said, it's happened before, historically, and the planet's still here and alive. No, nthing so catastrophic as all that. But yes, an upheaval. Earthquakes, tsunamis, radical temperature shifts. That sort of thing.

    Remember the dinosaurs? Maybe it wasn't a comet or asteroid. Maybe it was a pole shift.

    Got it. :) A pole shift is scary. Not as bad as hurting through space but bad enough.

    You might be right about the dinosaurs. Makes sense to me.

    In the case of a pole shift, its not the natural elements, Earthquakes, tsunamis, radical temperature shifts ect. that would worry me, its the reactions of crazy neighbors and relatives that would cause major problems.


  5. ^I agree. I'll add that not all the songs are bluegrass. "Sister Rosetta" doesnt sound bluegrass. Its a kinda spooky song that I wouldnt try to put into any genre. It is really good live.

    Besides, if someone doesnt like what a particular artist is doing, then, shouldnt they move on and listen to something else? Come back later, when the artist is doing something different. There's a lot of great bands and singers out there. All it takes is an open mind and a willingness to learn something new. :)


  6. If the Earth was sucked into a black hole, wouldnt it be ripped off its axis, thereby hurtling everybody and everything into outerspace?

    I'm not a scientist by any stretch of the imagination. So, if this question sounds dumb to the more scientifically minded, oh well. :D


  7. My pet peeve: Myself :angry: I've been excelling at the art of deleting lately. First it was a link on a post I made. Then, I accidently deleted a picture on Photobucket, thus wiping out my siggy on here.

    I know that I've been rushing around, trying to get stuff done and not focusing. Even the fun stuff, like playing with photos just feels like work.

    This leads to my second pet peeve.

    Having to depend on someone else to do maintenance at my house!

    No hot water for a week while I waited for my new hot water heater to be installed. I was going crazy after the first couple of days. Cold showers, dirty dishes, mounds of dirty clothes, if I had the money, I would have moved into a hotel. <_<


  8. I enjoyed reading the comments on the youtube video of the Battle of Evermore. Especially the ones about the police leaving with Robert after the song. Blue lights flashing. :D


  9. Here's what the British thought was over the hills and faraway. Written during the Napoleonic Wars. This is only the last three verses. The rest was about kicking French and Spanish ass for Queen Anne.

    Over the Hills and Far Away

    The 'prentice Tom he may refuse,

    To wipe his angry master's shoes,

    For then he's free to sing and play,

    Over the hills and far away.

    Chorus

    Come on then boys, and you shall see,

    We every one shall captains be!

    To whore and rant as well as they,

    When over the hills and far away.

    Chorus

    We then shall lead more happy lives,

    By getting rid of brats and wives,

    That scold on both the night and day,

    When over the hills and far away.

    Chorus


  10. In her statement Friday, Elizabeth Edwards said it wasn't easy to find out about the extramarital affair in 2006 but indicated she did not believe that her husband was the father of Hunter's daughter.

    "This was our private matter, and I frankly wanted it to be private because as painful as it was I did not want to have to play it out on a public stage as well," she said. "Because of a recent string of hurtful and absurd lies in a tabloid publication, because of a picture falsely suggesting that John was spending time with a child it wrongly alleged he had fathered outside our marriage, our private matter could no longer be wholly private."

    A good reason to let this "news" fade away. There are more important things happening in the world right now. The Russian/Georgian war for one.


  11. If it was joe blow on the street it would not be news. If it's a public figure who was trying to be the prez it is news.

    If he is the prez and he's getting laid in the Oval Office instead of attending an important meeting then its news. This guy is no longer in the running for president.


  12. I noticed that the 'Post your ticket stub" thread is missing. Ticket stubs are offensive? :blink: Maybe I'm just overlooking it but I don't think so. Pretty sure it was under "other bands" topic.


  13. Urmmm.... don't we already have a pic circulating the forums of him "kicking up his heels, naked?"

    You know, Knebworth! Alright, half naked, but I would say - the more interesting half of him is naked.

    :D

    I know the pic you're talking about. Thought about it right after I posted. Did'nt know it was on this forum though. Think I'll get a copy of it and photoshop a Bavarian hat on his head. :D

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