No dice, but thanks again for the help.
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No dice, but thanks again for the help.
Thanks, but winrar isn't recognizing them either, hmmm. . . .
Hey guys, first off thanks for putting this together, you all rock!
So I'm kinda clueless but it looks like my DVD burning software isn't recognizing these FNM files from here:
It was kinda funny, I was close enough to still hear their monitors going.
If I had to guess I would say somebody tripped over a cord backstage.
Was the live stream the whole show?
Pretty cool that you can watch the Plastic Beach tracks whenever you want now.
Agreed, fact is anybody could do Shaun Ryder's part in Dare.
They absolutely played it either third or fourth, because I only saw the first four songs and I saw Over and Over.
Definitely worth it, I redo this weekend in a second and the only thing I'd change would be staying for all of Plastikman's set and telling my wife not to wear flip flops on day one.
I didn't get the board joke since I'm a n00b, but I still thought it was funny.
I wore out my first schedule by late Saturday and picked another up off the ground.
Also groundscored a...
Seriously. I got fucked on Friday with everyone else and had to wait three hours in traffic/at the gate and made sure that it wouldn't happen again on Saturday or Sunday.
People that couldn't...
"Coachella 2010" was one of my highlights of the weekend though.
"How many condoms will break at the hotels tonight?/ Creating the festival attendees of the future"
Shocked by copious amounts of drugs and drunk people at a huge music festival?
Ummm. . . ok then.
Thank you, I saw the beginning of the set and I think it went like this:
One Pure Thought
One Life Stand
Over and Over
Hand Me Down Your Love
The XX, bo-ring.
LOL, so now anybody who uses a synthesizer and a drum machine is "commercial pop"? Is that also true for bands like LCD Soundsystem and the Rapture?
MGMT has more in common with the Flaming Lips...
Anybody have Hot Chip's?
I was wrong, you were right, Grizzly Bear tore up the mojave and all I had to do was to show up 20 minutes early to secure a spot ten feet in front of the board.
Show was killer.
The amount of 20 year old girls wearing next to nothing was an aspect of the festival that has definitely increased since the last time I had attended, which was a pleasant surprise.
Yeah anybody who lumps Hot Chip and MGMT in together doesn't get it either, Hot Chip are ten times more talented than MGMT.
I regret leaving at 10:20 or so.
I should have have stuck it out and missed the beginning of Gorillaz.
Was it really that bad?
Yes getting in Friday was total clusterfuck bullshit, and it took us three hours.
But on Saturday and Sunday I drove right in, and the longest it took me to get out was...
I was in the Sahara for Plastikman and it was one of the most chill crowds I'd been in all weekend.
Faith No More
You could walk right up to the first set of towers during Gorillaz set, where it was plenty loud.
Also, Heineken blows.
I saw a webcast of their performance from Bonnaroo last year and thought that the singer's live vocals have improved quite a bit and were pretty spot on with regards to sounding like the album.
Word, I thought the banter made the performance that much more special, I felt like he was really connecting with the audience which is no small feat for a band unaccustomed to playing a stage of...
Let me put this in terms you can understand drew, Pavement is to indie-rock as Phish is to jambands.
While neither created their respective genre (that would be bands like Sonic Youth and the...
I agree with this, at times the Do Lab even bled onto the back of the mainstage field.
I had a great time at the Do Lab over the weekend, but for the volume it was cranking out it was too close...
Wow, that totally is, I thought it was yet another canned track.
Talked about his movies and told jokes, it was pretty funny actually.
Yann Tiersen did.
Thanks man, I guess I imagined them playing You Wanted a Hit. :D
Do they always do jams like that?
The Hendrix/Rage/Nirvana jams were killer.
Sounded to me like he was in awe to be playing the same stage as Jay-Z.
There were two kids in front of me obviously waiting for Jay-Z that were kinda clowning LCD, but by the end of Yeah even they were pretty impressed.
I just meant that they played all of the "big" songs, at least IMO, not necessarily the fan favorites but the ones that even casual Pavement fans know, which of course has to include Cut Your Hair.
Too cool to admit that Cut Your Hair is their biggest hit?
I used to work at Everyday Music where he was a semi-regular.
He'd come in with this huge dorky glasses that I always thought may have been some attempt at a "disguise".
Wait, didn't they play You Wanted a Hit?
Yer nuts dude, they looked they were having tons of fun.
Sure Malkmus was deadpan, but that's just his personality.
Not on the level of Summer Babe, Trigger Cut, Frontwards, Range...
hell yeah, great afternoon set.
I don't get why I could drink anywhere for Phish, but not Coachella.
It's the same fucking venue and both shows were all ages.
Their set was without a doubt one of the highlights of my weekend.
Putting them in a tent would've have sucked and James was obviously very stoked to be playing the main stage and stepped up for...
Did I say that?
Fuck no, I just wanted to hear some live vocals.
No Del or Mos Def was indeed a big disappointment, I didn't think I'd be listened to canned raps for that set.
At least he could have gotten other rappers to stand in for them, I would have been...
They were great, played all the of their "big" songs and looked to be having a great time.
Personally I was stoked that none of the kids cared about them, more room for me.
A sense of humor isn't one of your strengths is it?
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