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STARSAILOR @ B1 Club, Moscow 18.01.07 [24 Jan 2007|12:52am]

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[08 Sep 2004|12:14pm]

[ mood | working ]

I have an interview tonight with Hope Of The States for a greek web zine. I have a few questions written down but i would appreciate the help...

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[14 Mar 2004|10:21pm]

it's funny, i started this community and then forgot about it. it seems the revival of the LJ community search has brought in a few people...

(I got a chance to see Starsailor for a 4th time back in January - decent concert, though I still feel they need another guitarist for touring - James can't do it all by himself... Also I'm not a fan of the way they make the segue between the recorded version of 'Shark Food'... but I digress...)

Anyway, I'm wondering if anyone out there has really had a chance to hear Franz Ferdinand's album... I've only been able to hear 'Take Me Out' so far, but I like it.
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Hello :) [27 Feb 2004|04:18pm]

I'm listening to the new Aqualung album - Still Life and it's truly beautiful. Matt has a magical voice and the melodies with squishy harmonies really add depth to the material. yummy! :) hehe xxx
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[28 Jul 2003|12:12pm]

[ mood | loved ]

Silence is easy is something special. It is beautiful.... I can't express my feelings. They did it again!!!

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[23 Jan 2004|12:09am]

hello little deers...

to the good soul that wrote the interests list for this community, my what fine taste you have... & cheers for making this place. it's small & quaint in a very good way.

also, i can't stop listening to 'the mind is evil' by clearlake... & i wish i had the lyrics.

much love
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Starsailor - Silence Is Easy [17 Aug 2003|08:36pm]

y/n/m? yes

points of reference?
coldplay - a rush of blood to the head
doves - the last broadcast

what should i know?
surpasses in every way their previous effort; some glorious wall-of-sound instrumentation throughout a varied tracklisting; james walsh is growing into his own - the lyrics sound years more mature than on 'love is here' and no longer does it sound as if he's worshipping at the altar of the buckleys.
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