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  1. muselee321
    19-03-2012 08:42 PM
    muselee321
    You're welcome! I really have no idea , and I was a lot younger. I haven't seen that movie yet! I should. Yeah! Glad it made some sense :P
    I hope it is too! Ohhh yeah I agree with you there, I don't think that would work all that well. Really! I didn't know that, that sounds very promising then! Please please please be heavy
  2. notyounaanbread
    19-03-2012 06:03 PM
    notyounaanbread
    Thankyou. Wow three times in a day, that is quite impressive, what lead you to do that. Then again I did watch marley and me twice in a row once. Oh right I have heard of it but only vaguely. naa it's not and I know what you mean and hey I feel your pain im from the north too an well i just dont think people in the south have ever heard of where i live :P. Plus I dont blame you for being proudly not america i am too!
    Yeah I hope it's different (im one of those people who was all too keane on TR). Yeah I think they did somthing like that as Im pretty sure they said they wanted to sound like Justice. Which I think is not a good idea. Not that I dislike Justice but I dont think a Muse version would be great. Recently I did see that on twitter Dom said it was sounding heavy. I quite like the sound of that!
  3. muselee321
    16-03-2012 07:38 PM
    muselee321
    Ahh I see! Well good luck with it all! The music from that one is so beautiful . Probably Spirited Away, I think I saw that movie like three times in one day once. They're music's quite different, takes some getting used to. Hey that's not a stupid question, I should have clarified! BC is the province in Canada where I live - British Columbia. Yeah it is interesting! You have no idea what to expect, and you see different kinds of fans too then at other gigs.
    Oh! Haha it's not a bad thing! This is going to sound really confusing, sorry; well, I guess you could say that Canadians are proudly Canadian; in other words, proudly NOT American. Canada is often overshadowed by the States; we're often ignored. For example when bands go on a "North American tour" they usually only hit the USA! There are so many examples. With something like the North American version of Being Human, most people would think of it as the American version, but Canadians would say it's a North American version because Canada had a whole lot to do with it, in fact even more than America did. I hope that long-winded explanation makes sense!
    Not the tweets directly, but via this forum I have! I have no idea . Yep it better be . It'll be very different to what's come before I think, but I don't know in what way! Didn't they mention something about it being very electronic?
  4. notyounaanbread
    16-03-2012 04:18 PM
    notyounaanbread
    Yeah it didnt go that well but i still have 7 hourse left and it's only GCSE - not like it's important so it'll be fine! Yeah howl's has to be my favoriet, it's just so damn adorable and it was the first one I ever saw. What about you? I've never heard of them, might have to check them out. I may sounds like an idiot saying this but, BC? what/were is that? Going to gig when you don't know the band is always interesting! I like the use of the after you state that you are canadian! Is that a bad thing? haha
    So have you been following Muse's tweet and stuff? How do you think the album is going to turn out? Better be good xx
  5. muselee321
    13-03-2012 07:49 PM
    muselee321
    Don't worry about it! Aww no, your art exam didn't go well? . Yeah it wasn't great. It would be awesome if it can be pulled off, but I agree, it'll be hard!
    Yay, his films are awesome . Same! Which are your favourites? Aww no that doesn't make sense! Nice . I haven't seen them yet! They don't come by here very often. I haven't seen The Strokes yet too. Recently... well the last gig I went to was around New Year's, I saw Mother Mother; they're an indie rock band from a little island in BC, but now they're based in Vancouver. They were good! Although I just went because a friend asked me to, I didn't know anything about the band before. But I'll look into their music more.
    Ahh Being Human! . Okay, well my review... personally, I love it. I think it's really well done. However, I have never seen the British version, which is apparently amazing, so I have nothing to compare it to. From what I've heard from people who have never seen the British version like myself... they love the North American version (I say North American because it's filmed in Montreal and is produced by a Canadian company (that also happens to be called Muse!), and I'm Canadian ). But those who have seen the British version originally, in general don't like it that much! You either love it or you hate it. I think you should give it a try, but try not to compare the two
  6. notyounaanbread
    13-03-2012 05:12 PM
    notyounaanbread
    Ah sorry it took me so long to reply but just been getting really bogged down with my art exam, I had the first four hours today and, well, it didn't go quite to plan! Yeah I have seen the film and it is awful! It would be great if that actully did a good one, though its pretty hard to put 12 books worth of stuff into one film!
    Yeah I love Hayao Miyzaki, all his films are so adorable. I havent seen all of them yet but I intent to. I went to see ponyo at the cinema but they wouldn't let me in. They said I was to old! Yep I love all of them. I saw Arctic Monkeys and Panic! pretty recently, never seen the Strokes though but I'd so love to. What about you been to any good gigs lately?
    I was just looking at the Tv shows that you like and saw that there is an American Being Human? I love the english one (Im english btw) and I was wondering weather it was any good? Might be interesting to see Americans havin a go xx
  7. muselee321
    11-03-2012 08:10 AM
    muselee321
    It is REALLY hard for sure! Ahh I see, and Cemetery Drive is one of my favourite songs too!
    For me, honestly, all four albums have their times when they're my favourite. Overall though, it used to be between Black Parade and Three Cheers but now it's Three Cheers and Bullets. I'd probably say Bullets right now. Favourite song... jeez I can never decide. I could easily list off at least five from each album .
    Yay, that's so cool! I'm hoping to. YES I love Death Note! That is awesome . Really hoping the film remake gets made.
    Overall I love comic books and graphic novels, mainly American/British but also manga. Anime too, especially Hayao Miyazaki. What about you? I noticed you like Howl's Moving Castle
    Oh! And bands you've listed like The Strokes, P!ATD, and Arctic Monkeys! I like all of them too
  8. notyounaanbread
    10-03-2012 11:05 PM
    notyounaanbread
    Ooh I dont know it's really hard. The Black Parade and Three Cheers are always battling it out but I suppose Id go for Three Cheers as at the moment Cemertry Drive is my favoriet song. What about you?
    Yeah I love it comic and the film! That would be mint, great idea. I noticed that you like death note too. I loved and love that series my mum is actually reading it right now! haha x
  9. muselee321
    10-03-2012 08:50 PM
    muselee321
    No worries!
    That is AWESOME! Well I'm glad you went to the concert
    I love them . Them and Muse are my favourite bands . I always get happy when I find out about another MCR fan, I have to say . Which is your favourite album? If you have one

    Thanks, about the profile pic! Watchmen is one of my favourite graphic novels. I'm assuming you like it too? I'm going to try to be Rorschach for Hallowe'en
  10. notyounaanbread
    10-03-2012 02:47 PM
    notyounaanbread
    Also just noticed your profile pic, very nice! xx

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