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|hriday_hazarika wrote on May 7th, 2012 7:39pm
|HaistaPaska92 wrote on May 5th, 2012 at 10:39am :|
I actually already did. I'm no expert but I think you have serious talent. Are you making anything new ATM?
Seriously, thanks a lot, man. I'm not that good, but it always feels nice to get praised, lol.
Yeah, I'm writing music for a new album. Hopefully, I'll have a guitar this time around, so I'll be able to do more genres.
If you're familiar with Landforge [he's also a UGer, entity0009], I'm also doing a collaboration EP thingy with him. I suggest you check out his stuff too. He writes doom metal with a post-rock influence.
|hriday_hazarika wrote on May 5th, 2012 4:48am
|HaistaPaska92 wrote on May 5th, 2012 at 10:14am :|
Just downloaded your 2011 album, it's good shit. The title track in particular.
Aw, thanks a lot, man.
Download the 2012 release too! You might like it.
|Reisgar42 wrote on Dec 21st, 2011 2:02am
|HaistaPaska92 wrote on Dec 20th, 2011 at 7:35pm :|
Dude, I downloaded your EP, pretty solid stuff. Do you have any new material that you are about to release?
Actually, kind of. I'm working on a longer album that I've just started recording. It's still going to be a while until it's done though, hopefully by April but definitely before summer unless shit gets broke/stolen/etc. I made a Facebook and Reverbnation page for it and I have one track posted if you'd like a link to it, I'm going to be keeping that updated more than anything else.
|jetfuel495 wrote on Dec 9th, 2011 8:08am
Unfortunately, the only people who can change usernames are admins (red usernames).
|HaistaPaska92 wrote on Dec 8th, 2011 at 12:23am :|
You are a mod, right? Is there any possible way to change my username? When I made this profile 1.5 years ago it seemed like a good idea but now it just sounds stupid and childish (my UN is an insult in Finnish btw)
And they usually don't change usernames, unless it's an extreme circumstance. You can try asking, though.
|jetfuel495 wrote on Dec 7th, 2011 7:18am
Yeah, it's a pretty interesting album. Major departure from their first album, which had an almost punk rock kinda feel to it. Their third album, American Slang, sounded even more different from The '59 Sound.
|HaistaPaska92 wrote on Dec 6th, 2011 at 4:47am :|
I've heard of TGA, never really heard them. I just listened to The '59 Sound, sounds really interesting
But just like The Horrible Crowes, it all has Brian's signature touch to it. Don't know how to describe it, really.
|jetfuel495 wrote on Dec 4th, 2011 9:36am
Definitely agreed. Such a good band. This album was one of my most anticipated releases of the year because I'm such a huge fan of The Gaslight Anthem. You heard of them? THC is a TGA side project from the singer/guitarist Brian Fallon.
|HaistaPaska92 wrote on Dec 4th, 2011 at 3:19am :|
Agreed. I only just found THC a few weeks ago but I'm so glad I did. One of my favourite bands ATM
If you haven't heard them, I highly recommend listening to The '59 Sound. Definitely one of the best albums of the past decade.
|jetfuel495 wrote on Dec 4th, 2011 7:06am
Yes indeed, it is
|HaistaPaska92 wrote on Dec 3rd, 2011 at 5:23pm :|
Just saw your sig. Ladykiller is an awesome song
Elsie is such an incredible album.
|Kumanji wrote on May 31st, 2011 1:52am
Nono, you express yourself perfectly!
I think the potential for a socialist society is more possible today than ever, what with the ability for workers to communicate over long distances instantly (as we are doing now!), but the internet cannot be a replacement for class-consciousness. I firmly believe that people are able and willing to create a better world, they simply don't have the means. And as a revolutionary socialist, I intend to help people develop the means to create a that world. My Socialism is intensely practical.
|Kumanji wrote on May 31st, 2011 12:58am
Two things - firstly, greed isn't a fundamental human trait; also, a socialist society would benefit the vast majority of people.
Greed requires the ability to limitlessly accrue wealth - a possibility only in a capitalist system where money is not inherently limited and can be accrued infinitely. And capitalism wouldn't survive without the selflessness of millions of people - teachers, nurses, mothers, charity workers, volunteer emergency service people, all of these people do tireless work altruistically. The capitalist system of profit would be utterly unworkable without the altruism of these people.
And when one considers that, for example, in America 85% of material wealth is concentrated in the hands of 20% of the people, 80% of people have a huge amount to gain from a fairer society.
|Rio38 wrote on Sep 30th, 2010 3:10pm
I ahve two Plus Tops. The inly difference betweenthe plain top and the plus top is that the plus top is arched a bit, not flat like the plain top. You pay a little extra for it but it really adds to the look and feel of the guitar in my opinion. It does not affect the sound or playability though.
If you are looking for a versatile guitar that looks and sounds great, you are not going to go wrong with the Epi Les Paul Standard in any top or finish.
If you need anything else, just let m know.
|HaistaPaska92 wrote on Sep 29th, 2010 at 4:09pm :|
Hi, you commented in my epiphone thread. just wanted to ask real quick if there's much difference between the standard(just the standard) and plain or plus-tops