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I have to report that ONIS sounds even more amazing at 37,000 ft.! :D Stupendous in-flight entertainment.

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I have to report that ONIS sounds even more amazing at 37,000 ft.! :D Stupendous in-flight entertainment.


"Passengers are reminded that all electronic equipment should be turned off as it makes the wings fall off" ;)

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I have to report that ONIS sounds even more amazing at 37,000 ft.! :D Stupendous in-flight entertainment.


Nice to see you back Mick, & hope you all had a good holiday.


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I have to report that ONIS sounds even more amazing at 37,000 ft.! :D Stupendous in-flight entertainment.


Great to see you back Mick :D Hope you and the family had a great time 8)

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Thanks, we had a great time and it's depressing to come back to grey, damp weather. On the plus side, just about to leave to see Herr Schnauss!

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Thanks, we had a great time and it's depressing to come back to grey, damp weather. On the plus side, just about to leave to see Herr Schnauss!


Chris will be there so dont drink to much "Banana ale" :wink: have a good time 8)

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Thanks, we had a great time and it's depressing to come back to grey, damp weather. On the plus side, just about to leave to see Herr Schnauss!


Jammy git! ;)

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Thanks, we had a great time and it's depressing to come back to grey, damp weather. On the plus side, just about to leave to see Herr Schnauss!


Jammy git! ;)


Why cant you go then...........only up the road mate :?

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Thanks, we had a great time and it's depressing to come back to grey, damp weather. On the plus side, just about to leave to see Herr Schnauss!


Jammy git! ;)


Why cant you go then...........only up the road mate :?


well I'm onnights, no leave left, it's sold out and the worst train service in the history of mankind don't help...apart from that it's bleeding ideal ;)

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Thanks, we had a great time and it's depressing to come back to grey, damp weather. On the plus side, just about to leave to see Herr Schnauss!


Jammy git! ;)


Why cant you go then...........only up the road mate :?


well I'm onnights, no leave left, it's sold out and the worst train service in the history of mankind don't help...apart from that it's bleeding ideal ;)


I get your drift :wink:

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epsilon75 wrote:
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24db wrote:
Hobo wrote:
Thanks, we had a great time and it's depressing to come back to grey, damp weather. On the plus side, just about to leave to see Herr Schnauss!


Jammy git! ;)


Why cant you go then...........only up the road mate :?


well I'm onnights, no leave left, it's sold out and the worst train service in the history of mankind don't help...apart from that it's bleeding ideal ;)


I get your drift :wink:


typical...4th time I've missed him :D

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Got my copy of ONIS in yesterday's mail. Not a bad release. Some really good sequencer and synth work. However, I can't help thinking that the two tracks are merely the foundations for something much more ... complex. I guess I was expecting a little more layering of themes and melodies. And the second track just ends abruptly -- not necessarily a bad thing, just surprising.

Still, this is a fine investment. I'm finding something new with each listen.

BTW, are the vocals at the beginning of track 2 actually saying anything? If so, I can't quite make it out. Then again, it could just be some nonsense syllables spoken through a vocoder or something similar.

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BTW, are the vocals at the beginning of track 2 actually saying anything? If so, I can't quite make it out. Then again, it could just be some nonsense syllables spoken through a vocoder or something similar.


Depends on how far-fetched a theory you'd accept ... :wink:

Here's mine: The track name "I Could Hear It When The Moon Collapsed On Broadway" could be an allusion to "The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway" by Genesis. The lyrics to that song end with the words "magic in the air".

Now listen to the vocoder voice from track 2 of the EP again and tell me what it says... :)


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rotwang wrote:
Got my copy of ONIS in yesterday's mail. Not a bad release. Some really good sequencer and synth work. However, I can't help thinking that the two tracks are merely the foundations for something much more ... complex. I guess I was expecting a little more layering of themes and melodies. And the second track just ends abruptly -- not necessarily a bad thing, just surprising.

Still, this is a fine investment. I'm finding something new with each listen.

BTW, are the vocals at the beginning of track 2 actually saying anything? If so, I can't quite make it out. Then again, it could just be some nonsense syllables spoken through a vocoder or something similar.


I can't wait for the DVD personally. The title track with guitar on top is perhaps more what you'd been expecting. The moon going pop track has grown on me enormously. I didn't get it at all at the gig. But now it reminds me of "Without a bad Conscience" on Blue Dawn insofar as it's big and ballsy saying "well this is what I am - like it or no"

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I am so looking forward to the One Night in Space DVD. 8)


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