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 Post subject: Re: Oasis
PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2007 8:02 pm 
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with current exchange rates, that still closer to $50 that i'd like it to be.


Yep, the dollar has been in free fall of late!


The Brits must be flocking to the US to pick up some good deals!


It would be a good time for TD to tour eh Tom!


Great idea. Pass it on to those who need to hear this.


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I have to say this is a quality recording :shock: Flashflood and Waterbourne are total class IMHO,Saw them play these on the 97 tour and ZPs guitar antics were top quality.......on a whole the album is very nice/all IMHO of course :wink:


You're right Colin. Waterbourne is a corker!

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Hobo wrote:
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I have to say this is a quality recording :shock: Flashflood and Waterbourne are total class IMHO,Saw them play these on the 97 tour and ZPs guitar antics were top quality.......on a whole the album is very nice/all IMHO of course :wink:


You're right Colin. Waterbourne is a corker!


Wonderful track Mick..........gets lots of airplay here,would like to hear this is concert again :idea:

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 Post subject: Re: Oasis
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Hobo wrote:
rattymouse wrote:
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with current exchange rates, that still closer to $50 that i'd like it to be.


Yep, the dollar has been in free fall of late!


The Brits must be flocking to the US to pick up some good deals!


It would be a good time for TD to tour eh Tom!

Yep. Really f'ed off that I'm not going on holiday somewhere that they use dollars this year.


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Hobo wrote:
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I have to say this is a quality recording :shock: Flashflood and Waterbourne are total class IMHO,Saw them play these on the 97 tour and ZPs guitar antics were top quality.......on a whole the album is very nice/all IMHO of course :wink:


You're right Colin. Waterbourne is a corker!


I quite agree, guys. Flashflood and Waterborne are the two best tracks. I have the disc at work and occasionally give it a listen.

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I have to say this is a quality recording :shock: Flashflood and Waterbourne are total class IMHO,Saw them play these on the 97 tour and ZPs guitar antics were top quality.......on a whole the album is very nice/all IMHO of course :wink:


You're right Colin. Waterbourne is a corker!


I quite agree, guys. Flashflood and Waterborne are the two best tracks. I have the disc at work and occasionally give it a listen.


Zion has a cracking sequencer segment! :D

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A 90's favourite alright !!

Still get 'the chill' when the 'toms' come in 3m into Flashflood -- Play it LOUD

Waterbourne, Chia and of course Zion

Magic stuff indeed.............

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Watched the DVD at work today! :D

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Both Flashflood and Waterbourne were outstanding on the 97 tour IMHO :D 8) Id like to hear these again in Frankfurt :idea: :wink:

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A wunderfull album and much better than Canyon Dreams.

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Yes, Oasis is miles and miles better than Canyon Dreams.

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Yes, Oasis is miles and miles better than Canyon Dreams.


I like both! :D

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Again its pretty hard to choose between the two but id have a slight preference for Canyon Dreams :arrow:

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Desert_Voyager wrote:
Yes, Oasis is miles and miles better than Canyon Dreams.


Yes I have to agree never really got into Canyon Dreams.


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