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04-24-2000, 12:17 AM
Mouse on Mars ROCKS! I'm sorry to anyone that missed this show!
Thank you show gods for having it tonight instead of last night... thank you thank you thank you
S p u n
04-24-2000, 02:12 AM
yes yes yes.. it was very good music..
too crowded, but that's always seems to be the case.
04-24-2000, 08:01 AM
When I got to I-Spy, IQU was on. They were cute and their music was fun, but it was mild chaos. It sounded almost as if they were only practicing, perhaps they were a tad lifted?
I was lucky with the crowd thing. A table at the edge of the balcony left just before Mouse on Mars started, so I got to sit and avoid the crowd until towards the end of the set when I decided to walk around a little.
Mouse on Mars are three very talented guys. Their music sounded wonderful from tuning til the end. It seems a lot of people don't know who this group is and If that's the case for you, I suggest checking them out.
04-24-2000, 08:08 AM
Do you have any recommendations of cds or vinyls to try and get?
I have heard them before, and thought they were awesome... but I do not own anything.
S p u n
04-24-2000, 10:37 AM
autoditacker and vulvaland are the only two albums of music that i'm familiar with.. but i'd recommend them both. images/smilies/biggrin.gif
04-24-2000, 12:26 PM
There's also Iahora Tahiti, and a couple of singles out that I know of. Maybe even more by now? My personal favorite album is Audiotacker, but I recommend them all as well. Some of the songs on the singles kick much butt too. Their music always forces a smile, even when I'm in a bad mood. images/smilies/smile.gif
I was unaware until just now that IQU was from the Pacific Northwest. Anyone have Miranda July's phone number? She's kyooooooot. hehe ;D
04-25-2000, 10:06 AM
i posted links to info about them in the upcoming section
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