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The Flatliners

Postby evenka » May 7th, '11, 19:44

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They're one of my favorites bands, well I think their best album with difference is Destroy to Create.
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Re: The Flatliners

Postby helenpunk » May 7th, '11, 19:57

wow awesome band Eva! They're one of my favourites too! but unlike you i think the best album is The Great Awake! hehe
Have you ever seen them live?
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Re: The Flatliners

Postby evenka » May 7th, '11, 20:01

helenpunk wrote:wow awesome band Eva! They're one of my favourites too! but unlike you i think the best album is The Great Awake! hehe
Have you ever seen them live?

great awake is good too but I prefer destroy.
yeah I saw them 2times at groezrock really really awesome!!!
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Re: The Flatliners

Postby Voll » May 7th, '11, 20:08

evenka wrote:
helenpunk wrote:wow awesome band Eva! They're one of my favourites too! but unlike you i think the best album is The Great Awake! hehe
Have you ever seen them live?

great awake is good too but I prefer destroy.
yeah I saw them 2times at groezrock really really awesome!!!


groezrock? which years?
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Re: The Flatliners

Postby helenpunk » May 7th, '11, 20:15

wow lucky you! my boyfriend saw them 2 times too in groezrock too hahaha I haven't seen them yet but i'm looking forward!
Voll i think they played in 2008 and 2009
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Re: The Flatliners

Postby evenka » May 7th, '11, 20:15

Voll wrote:
evenka wrote:
helenpunk wrote:wow awesome band Eva! They're one of my favourites too! but unlike you i think the best album is The Great Awake! hehe
Have you ever seen them live?

great awake is good too but I prefer destroy.
yeah I saw them 2times at groezrock really really awesome!!!


groezrock? which years?

2008 and 2009!
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Re: The Flatliners

Postby Fasterdays » May 7th, '11, 21:45

I prefer Cavalcade
"New Year Resolutions" is one of my favorite tracks ever!
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Re: The Flatliners

Postby helenpunk » May 7th, '11, 21:47

Fasterdays wrote:I prefer Cavalcade
"New Year Resolutions" is one of my favorite tracks ever!


GREAT SONG! :D
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Re: The Flatliners

Postby evenka » May 7th, '11, 22:24

nobody is agree with me :lol:
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Re: The Flatliners

Postby Bburn » May 7th, '11, 23:35

evenka wrote:nobody is agree with me :lol:

i'm going to be the first to agree with you, the first is for me the best because it's sound ska and i like band like that.but i have to admit that my favourite song it on the great awake and it's '' this respirator ''.to finish, i don't know why but i listening the calvacade cd only one time but i just don't like it as a first listening.
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Re: The Flatliners

Postby helenpunk » May 7th, '11, 23:42

Bburn wrote:
evenka wrote:nobody is agree with me :lol:

i'm going to be the first to agree with you, the first is for me the best because it's sound ska and i like band like that.but i have to admit that my favourite song it on the great awake and it's '' this respirator ''.to finish, i don't know why but i listening the calvacade cd only one time but i just don't like it as a first listening.


This is my favourite song too from that record! give a Cavalcade another chance, there are good songs
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Re: The Flatliners

Postby evenka » May 7th, '11, 23:55

Bburn wrote:
evenka wrote:nobody is agree with me :lol:

i'm going to be the first to agree with you, the first is for me the best because it's sound ska and i like band like that.but i have to admit that my favourite song it on the great awake and it's '' this respirator ''.to finish, i don't know why but i listening the calvacade cd only one time but i just don't like it as a first listening.

yes it has ska sound than the others (I use to dislike ska) but I think is the caractheristic point. The great awake has amazing songs as you mentioned this respirator is also one of my favs of flatliners, eulogy too. Definitely, for me destroy to create has the strike. To be sincere I listened Cavalcade only a few times but it doesn't caught me.

Seems that we think the same haha
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Re: The Flatliners

Postby Bburn » May 8th, '11, 00:21

yeah it's seem :)

eulogy is a great song like the first one of the cd but those two song are not better in my own than the last song KHTDR.this is my second best song from them.

for helen, someday, i'm going to give another chance to calvacade, i promise you :)

about the first cd, evenka, if you're not into ska and you like this cd, it s surely because of the speed, they play really fast.for ym part, i like it because it's ska but also because it 's remind me a lot of suicide machines - destruction by definiton and this cd is one of my all-time favourite album.great cd during the summer.
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Re: The Flatliners

Postby helenpunk » May 8th, '11, 00:50

Bburn wrote:yeah it's seem :)

eulogy is a great song like the first one of the cd but those two song are not better in my own than the last song KHTDR.this is my second best song from them.

for helen, someday, i'm going to give another chance to calvacade, i promise you :)

about the first cd, evenka, if you're not into ska and you like this cd, it s surely because of the speed, they play really fast.for ym part, i like it because it's ska but also because it 's remind me a lot of suicide machines - destruction by definiton and this cd is one of my all-time favourite album.great cd during the summer.


Ok ;)
Anyway, i recommend you especially one song of th new record, "He was a Jazzman". It's my favourite, the vocals of the singer are fucking awesome! and it's like a reagge song with punk, here you are:



tell me what you think :P
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Re: The Flatliners

Postby Bburn » May 8th, '11, 03:08

of course :)

what i think about this song????

nothing, don't get me wrong, it's not i don't like the song, it's juts i need many more listen to can give a good opinion.

by the way, it's not the first time i heard this song but i can say one thing, the song give me no feelings for now...it is a bad things....no, it's simply i need to listen it much more time or waiting to be in the mood to listening this band.
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