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hangontoyourself
(grinning soul)
02/08/04 12:52 PM
THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE  

BEATLES OR STONES???

My vote is for Stones, based purely on Keith.

If you think we're gonna make it...
http://groups.msn.com/keithism

ZiggyMercury
(wild eyed peoploid)
02/08/04 12:58 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

Queen

I make no apologies for being fabulous.

hangontoyourself
(grinning soul)
02/08/04 01:09 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: ZiggyMercury]  

You can't just add bands in you know. That's a free for all. ;)

If you think we're gonna make it...
http://groups.msn.com/keithism

Si_rocks
(kook)
02/08/04 01:11 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

Stones

Who needs talent these days if you make out with your friend on stage? - Rabbitfighter

Myriada
(electric tomato)
02/08/04 01:17 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

I'd have to go with "Stones". I actually own some albums by them, but I don't have anything by the "Beatles". They have some great stuff, too, but I was never motivated to buy it.

King Henry V: Canst thou love me?
Princess Katherine: I cannot tell.
King Henry V: Can any of your neighbors tell, Kate? I'll ask them.

ZiggyMercury
(wild eyed peoploid)
02/08/04 01:54 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

In reply to:

You can't just add bands in you know. That's a free for all. ;)



Well, I truly do not like the Beatles, no matter how much stuff my friends have played for me to try to convince me. I recognize their importance, and totally don't fault anybody who admires them (such as Bowie and the members of Queen), but I just don't like them.

I'm not too keen on the Stones, either, but they are better than the Beatles, so:

Stones

I make no apologies for being fabulous.

SugarPlumFairy
(acolyte)
02/08/04 02:07 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

The Beatles. For everything that involves John Lennon. He was my childhood obsession.
I was never into the Stones, although I do like them.

Actually, I'm a lab mouse on stilts.

FritzFassbender
(kook)
02/08/04 02:30 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

Beatles, better music all around and they knew when to quit. Though the Stones probably made better rock n' roll.



SysiyoModerator
(thunder ocean)
02/08/04 02:45 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

Lennon.

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Atonalexpress
(acolyte)
02/08/04 02:51 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

Beatles

They have consistently stronger albums; and they improved over time.

The Atonal Express left the tonal world behind...
Atonalexpress

Grey_Nihilist
(kook)
02/08/04 02:57 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

Well, to my knowledge, the Stones have never written a song about a monkey so my vote goes to The Beatles.

I'm a DUMBASS!

darkling74
(kook)
02/08/04 03:37 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: Grey_Nihilist]  

Well no not a song about a monkey per say but they did write Monkey Man which appears on the Let It Bleed album which was a poke at the Beatles Let It Be album. Anyway my vote goes for the Stones.

Well ain't that poster love?

diamondogz74
(crash course raver)
02/08/04 03:52 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

In reply to your question directly,I would have to say without a doubt The Beatles and of course i have to mention the late,great John Lennon, Truly a legend.

London Bye Ta-Ta...

diamondogz74
(crash course raver)
02/08/04 03:54 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: Myriada]  

Why do so many of you females always pick that ugly bunch of twits?.

London Bye Ta-Ta...

Claude
(big brother)
02/08/04 04:03 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

Beatles or Stones..... this is the question!
mumble mumble mumble.............

___________________
Claude

pablopicasso
(kook)
02/08/04 04:51 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: Atonalexpress]  

Surely this is the question that is the centre of our existence?

In reply to:


For
instance, there's two kinds of
people in this world, Elvis people
and Beatles people. Now Beatles
people can like Elvis. And Elvis
people can like the Beatles. But
nobody likes them both equally.
Somewhere you have to make a
choice. And that choice tells me
who you are.




Put a Bullet in my brain and it makes all the papers


Tuesday27
(wild eyed peoploid)
02/08/04 05:35 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

Stones



Tristan
(acolyte)
02/08/04 05:39 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

Beatles.

If you don't have anything nice to say, go to London and say it in front of 2000 people. NM.

Cucumber
(electric tomato)
02/08/04 05:56 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

Bowie.

Thanks to all those that have helped me locate threads.



Claude
(big brother)
02/08/04 05:56 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: Tristan]  

I really like the both bands..... but my fav band of the same era is the PINK FLOYD!

___________________
Claude

Cucumber
(electric tomato)
02/08/04 06:45 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: Cucumber]  

Bowie.

Oops I should have used one of my alter egos.

Thanks to all those that have helped me locate threads.



Shyster
(electric tomato)
02/08/04 07:07 PM
Wanker new [re: Cucumber]  

In reply to:

Oops I should have used one of my alter egos.


Why?

They're all equally as boring and it'd came across just the same.

Crap.

NEXT!

thekillingmoon
(grinning soul)
02/08/04 07:30 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: Cucumber]  

I would say the Beatles, I think their lyrics and melodies are much more varied and creative. And John Lennon and George Harrison are musical geniuses. However, I also think the Rolling Stones had some great rock n' roll songs. "Can You Hear Me Knockin" is one of my favorites. The Stones are also a bit sexier...even if Mick didn't look so great past 1975 and Keef didn't look great after 1970. But overall I would still have to go with the Beatles.

When you've seen beyond yourself - then you may find, peace of mind, is waiting there - And the time will come when you see we're all one, and life flows on within you and without you.

laughbritish
(grinning soul)
02/08/04 09:59 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

The Beatles, for reasons already posted

when being chased by a shark it's not how fast you swim but how much faster your swimming than the person next to you.

poorsoul
(acolyte)
02/09/04 00:02 AM
God Is A Concept new [re: hangontoyourself]  

The Stones have a few good songs (mostly the early stuff like Paint It Black), whereas The Beatles have several good albums. I have tried listening to Exile On Main Street and Flowers but neither have enticed me to pursue further sonic adventures with the rocks which collect no simple vegetation.

I Forgot To Change It Before

poorsoul
(acolyte)
02/09/04 00:06 AM
The Monarchy new [re: pablopicasso]  

In reply to:

For instance, there's two kinds of people in this world, Elvis people and Beatles people. Now Beatles people can like Elvis. And Elvis people can like the Beatles. But nobody likes them both equally. Somewhere you have to make a choice. And that choice tells me who you are.



I've never understood the infatuation with Elvis. I do like a couple of his songs (though I didn't even realise they were his) but he seems incredibly overhyped, especially by The Beatles.

I Forgot To Change It Before

Corinthianbewlay
(grinning soul)
02/09/04 01:52 AM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: laughbritish]  

Where as the Stones were/are a great R'n'B based band and released my all-time fav. song "Paint It Black", The Beatles were a far superior musical group over all (yes, including Ringo) and all of the members went on to release great solo albums (although I think Paul's stuph is waaay too commercial for moi).
As a band they released some of the most interesting lyrics and albums (post Sgt. Pepper's) aside from DB.
So in my crumble opinion The Beatles are the better band

"There's never gonna be enough money/ There's never gonna be enough drugs/ And I'm never gonna get old."


emme
(grinning soul)
02/09/04 02:51 AM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

Beatles. As much as I love the Stones, I think the Beatles have contributed more to music (and in a much shorter period of time).

The Stones were raunchy and sexy and played great balls-out rock and roll, while the Beatles were consistently more creative and experimental; always pushing themselves further, IMO.

Both great bands, in different ways. But I'm more a Beatles fan. Always will be.



Soulman
(crash course raver)
02/09/04 05:25 AM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

Beatles. Stones have their moments too (buy Exile on Main St and you'll know) I discovered the fab four quite recently.

My hormones don't rage. Oh sure, they get mad sometimes, but then they just stop speaking to each other

diamondogz74
(crash course raver)
02/09/04 05:57 AM
Re: The Monarchy new [re: poorsoul]  

I always find it very easy to spot an Elvis fan,The nornal signs are!
1/Lank dyed black hair.
2/A big ass.
3/Poor taste in clothing.
4/Terrible body hygiene(phew!!!)
5/And lastly!,A sovereign ring on every finger including the thumbs.

London Bye Ta-Ta...

RabbitFighter
(stardust savant)
02/09/04 07:09 AM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

Without even a slightest hesitation, Beatles.

Id spit on your heaven
if I could find one to believe in



prrrrr
(wild eyed peoploid)
02/09/04 01:37 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

Stones.

I appreciate the contribution (obviously) that Beatles have made, however, my choice is purely based on what I prefer to listen to and what have more fun with.

prrrrr

I pray you'll soothe my sorry soul


dice
(every nation's refugee)
02/09/04 07:49 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: prrrrr]  

In reply to:

Let It Bleed was a poke at the Beatles Let It Be album


never realized this

beatles. both great but not a difficult decision

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thegouster
(electric tomato)
02/09/04 09:38 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

No question...Beatles

Mick and Keef didn't even think about writing their own stuff untill they watched John and Paul rip off "I wanna be your man" in minutes. Jagger was inspired by Lennon.
No band has produced as much inspiration in many ways as the Beatles did. And to think it was all done in 7 years of recording. Incidentally i am biased, i'm also a scouser.
For those who don't know, a scouser is a native of Liverpool.



poorsoul
(acolyte)
02/10/04 01:42 AM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: Corinthianbewlay]  

In reply to:

As a band they released some of the most interesting lyrics and albums (post Sgt. Pepper's)



How could you not include Revolver in that statement? Surely Tomorrow Never Knows alone would qualify it.

I Forgot To Change It Before

poorsoul
(acolyte)
02/10/04 01:45 AM
Help new [re: thegouster]  

In reply to:

Jagger was inspired by Lennon.



Not to mention the fact that The Beatles helped The Stones release their first proper single.

I Forgot To Change It Before

mudley
(crash course raver)
02/10/04 02:20 AM
Re: Help new [re: poorsoul]  

Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles Beatles!

Beatles!

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Emil
(stardust savant)
02/10/04 04:34 AM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

Of course I vote for the Beatles.

The Beatles were seminal. The Stones were just a great rock'n'roll band. They happen to enjoy a slight rush of popularity right now because of their world tour (are they still out?) and because of the rather recent garage rock craze. In fact, I think the pendulum swung over in the past ten years, because the Beatles were very hot by the beginning of the nineties.

Everybody... Of all the posts in this forum, this particular post will remain with me the longest.

diamondogz74
(crash course raver)
02/10/04 06:17 AM
Re: Help new [re: mudley]  

Did'nt quite get that?,Could you post again lol

London Bye Ta-Ta...

bowiefanpeter
(acolyte)
02/10/04 06:43 AM
Re: Help new [re: diamondogz74]  

The Beatles wrote the book. The Stones ripped out the pages.



Myriada
(electric tomato)
02/10/04 02:41 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: diamondogz74]  

In reply to:

Why do so many of you females always pick that ugly bunch of twits?


Do we? Well, I do like the Beatles, too... especially Lennon. I just voted for the stones because I had some stuff by them. By stuff, I mean mainly a greatest hits recording of many of their older hits. I don't know, I just really like songs like "Sympathy for the Devil", "Ruby Tuesday", and "Paint it Black". While the Beatles always struck me as kind of reserved and thoughtful, the stones rock.

BTW: I agree that they are ugly. You'll get no argument from me there!

King Henry V: Canst thou love me?
Princess Katherine: I cannot tell.
King Henry V: Can any of your neighbors tell, Kate? I'll ask them.

Thareth
(kook)
02/12/04 08:09 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: Myriada]  

beatles, even if my dad likes them. all the stones really got going for them is jagger's big mouth to make fun of.

Thareth

BillHague
(grinning soul)
02/12/04 10:46 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: Thareth]  

Beatles.


A Beatle gave us Fame.
A Stone gave us Dancing in the Street.

irrefutable evidence



poorsoul
(acolyte)
02/12/04 11:56 PM
* new [re: BillHague]  

However, the same Beatle also gave us Across The Universe, though I suppose that would probably be balanced by Let's Spend The Night Together.

I Forgot To Change It Before

Myriada
(electric tomato)
02/13/04 04:16 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: BillHague]  

Well, "Dancing in the Streets" was a re-make, so you can't credit him for it entirely...

I've never had a problem with that one personally. Sure it had a silly video, but it was supposed to be silly. It got a lot of play on the video shows I used to watch -- that's all I know -- something Bowie could use a bit more of these days!

Lancelot to Guinevere: "I love you as my Queen, and as the wife of my best friend. And while you live, I shall love no other."



Earthling7
(electric tomato)
02/13/04 06:05 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

Happiness is a Warm Gun.

The Beatles.

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Earthling7
(electric tomato)
02/13/04 06:10 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: BillHague]  

In reply to:

A Beatle gave us Fame.
A Stone gave us Dancing in the Street.



LOL !!! Priceless!

Submit your live related Bowie material to BowieLive today!

diamondogz74
(crash course raver)
02/13/04 07:40 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: Earthling7]  

John Lennon wrote that one.

London Bye Ta-Ta...

Earthling7
(electric tomato)
02/14/04 06:27 AM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: diamondogz74]  

John Lennon wrote it indeed, and one can find it on the Beatles' White Album.

My faves are Tomorrow Never Knows and I Am The Walrus, but singing about his warm gun just cracks me. In the 60's on an album that was sure to sell millions.

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hangontoyourself
(grinning soul)
02/14/04 05:00 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: BillHague]  

the stones gave us Let's Spend the Night Together, the beatles gave us I Wanna Hold Your Hand.
Stones, Satisfaction. Beatles, The Long and Winding Road.
Brown Sugar, Love Me Do....
It's just not the same somehow, the beatles are a bit too sugar coated...the stones are much more REAL and sensual.

If you think we're gonna make it...
http://groups.msn.com/keithism

SysiyoModerator
(thunder ocean)
02/14/04 05:08 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

They're both better than Hunky Dory.

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poorsoul
(acolyte)
02/15/04 00:20 AM
Attempt new [re: Sysiyo]  

It's suprising how well that works as the answer to just about everything.

I Forgot To Change It Before

BillHague
(grinning soul)
02/15/04 04:30 AM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: Sysiyo]  

In reply to:

They're both better than Hunky Dory.


I may not agree with what you say, but I'll defend to the death your right to be completely, utterly, wrong.



SysiyoModerator
(thunder ocean)
02/15/04 06:32 AM
Re: Attempt new [re: poorsoul]  

I've been surprised myself.

KArt | Project Michelangelo | LiveJournal

th0mas
(acolyte)
02/15/04 08:17 AM
Re: Attempt new [re: Sysiyo]  

ever thought of replacing yourself with a robot-sysiyo and waiting till someone notices?
i wonder if there is a thread for which this answer would not fit. or at least would not be your answer. do you like my painting? it's better than Hunky Dory. ever jumped off a large building? it's better than Hunky Dory. do you like anal sex? it's better than Hunky Dory. what languages do you speak? it's better than Hunky Dory. (well - this one does not fit, but i don't think anybody would suspect that it isnt you...)

"Have you tried... not being a mutant?"

SysiyoModerator
(thunder ocean)
02/15/04 10:50 AM
Re: Attempt new [re: th0mas]  

Hey, I've varied what I'm saying, and would do so in those cases as well.

do you like my painting? it's better than Hunky Dory.
ever jumped off a large building? Yeah, and it's better than Hunky Dory.
do you like anal sex? it's definately better than Hunky Dory.
what languages do you speak? Finnish, Swedish, English and German. And they're better than Hunky Dory.

KArt | Project Michelangelo | LiveJournal

bulletprooffaces
(wild eyed peoploid)
02/15/04 10:55 AM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: hangontoyourself]  

the answer is quite obviously the stones, even though they only put out one truly good album (Their satanic majesties request). as for the beatles, they suck worse than hunky dory.

my bowie site http://www.bulletprooffaces.net

kwicksandIV
(grinning soul)
02/15/04 11:24 AM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: Claude]  

You cant compare an apple to an orange.

Kwick



White Prism
(electric tomato)
02/15/04 11:47 AM
Rip this joint new [re: kwicksandIV]  

I disagree. I prefer oranges.

Although I own fewer Stones albums, I like them better on the strength of what I own. The Beatles were the first band I really learned to like several years ago but, as it turned out, the charm wore off pretty quickly.

As a side note, I'll give a metaphorical pat on the back to the first poster who finds the only post in Sysiyo's 7000 in which he doesn't slate Hunky Dory. If we don't keep tabs on him, he'll soon be removing Hunky Dory from the Bowie discography page.

Fifteen jugglers, Fifteen jugglers
Five believers, Five believers
All dressed like men


SysiyoModerator
(thunder ocean)
02/15/04 02:01 PM
Re: Rip this joint new [re: White Prism]  

First, the MB moderators do not have powers outside the MB, so I could not remove HD from the discography even if I wished to.

Second, there are several posts where I make no reference to HD. The current... campaing started because of this and this thread. Don't worry, I'll bore of trashing it soon enough.

KArt | Project Michelangelo | LiveJournal

Myriada
(electric tomato)
02/15/04 02:47 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: BillHague]  

In reply to:

A Stone gave us Dancing in the Street.


After my last comment, I just had to insert this...

That night, I went to see one of our local Fort Wayne Komets' hockey games. I had free tickets, and besides, my Dad used to take me to their games a lot as a kid, so hockey has a special place in my heart. Anyway, during the break between the 2nd and 3rd periods, guess what they played? Yup! "Dancing in the Streets" -- and it was the Mick and David version! Needless to say, it was the only "Bowie" song to be played all evening -- and I don't believe I heard anything by the Beatles either. Say what you will about it, but people like it. Sure, "arty" people do tend to look down their noses at things that the masses like anyway, but they should always remember that they are the ones in the minority on this.

Lancelot to Guinevere: "I love you as my Queen, and as the wife of my best friend. And while you live, I shall love no other."



diamondogz74
(crash course raver)
02/15/04 03:47 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: Earthling7]  

Yeah my friend who is a massive Beatles fan,Re-wrote me all the Beatles albums( I had never heard any of them before),They are truly great pieces of work,The White Album is very good indeed, The tracks you mention are very good,Do you like Helter Skelter?( there is apparently a really long version of that in the vaults ),Another track i like and was way ahead of its time is Revolution 9.

Incidently im re-writing her in return Bowies albums, I suppose i've written about 7 so far,Her fav to date ( and this will please Sys ) Is Hunky Dory,Thing is when she hears them she says"Oh yes that sounds really Beatlesque" lol,MADDENING...


________________________
Humming Rheingold
We scavenge up our clothes.
________________________
London Bye Ta-Ta...

th0mas
(acolyte)
02/15/04 05:46 PM
Re: Attempt new [re: Sysiyo]  

your german is better than hunky dory? we want proof! :-)))

"Have you tried... not being a mutant?"

white rabbit
(acolyte)
02/15/04 08:57 PM
In my life I love them more new [re: hangontoyourself]  

The Beatles.

Its probably a product of comfortable familiarity associated with childhood but I never get tired of them.


I can't be late I got a date

tv eye
(stardust savant)
02/16/04 00:24 AM
Re: In my life I love them more new [re: white rabbit]  

beatles - but thanks to george, not john.



bulletprooffaces
(wild eyed peoploid)
02/16/04 08:29 AM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: diamondogz74]  

that reminds me that the white album is not so bad.... [*bpf builds a sysiyo robot at this point, which says, "yeah, it's better than hunky dory!"*] plus, charles manson dug that album a lot, which says something for it.

still, the stones are just better.


my bowie site http://www.bulletprooffaces.net

SysiyoModerator
(thunder ocean)
02/16/04 03:43 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: bulletprooffaces]  

Actually, I've never heard the white album, so I can't really say if it's better or worse than Hunky Dory.

KArt | Project Michelangelo | LiveJournal

Earthling7
(electric tomato)
02/16/04 04:38 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: Sysiyo]  

No worries, Sys, it's better than Hunky Dory.

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hangontoyourself
(grinning soul)
02/17/04 03:58 PM
Re: THE QUESTION AT THE CENTRE OF OUR EXISTENCE new [re: Earthling7]  

sorry to be so slow, but what's the deal with the hunky dory arguments here???

If you think we're gonna make it...
http://groups.msn.com/keithism

JonnyManic
(stardust savant)
02/17/04 08:04 PM
too many snags new [re: hangontoyourself]  

The Rolling Stones

Silence Is The Voice Of Complicity

poorsoul
(acolyte)
02/17/04 10:17 PM
Dream new [re: hangontoyourself]  

In reply to:

Sorry to be so slow, but what's the deal with the Hunky Dory arguments here?



Don't ask.

I Forgot To Change It Before

hangontoyourself
(grinning soul)
02/19/04 04:19 PM
Re: Dream new [re: poorsoul]  

aawwww go on, explain.

If you think we're gonna make it...
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poorsoul
(acolyte)
02/19/04 11:54 PM
Weary new [re: hangontoyourself]  

Sysiyo doesn't like Hunky Dory. Everyone mocks him for it. His new hook is "it's better than Hunky Dory" for those reasons. That's about it.

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