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    Quote Originally Posted by shagg_187 View Post
    Someone should sign up for free trial to do so. I have no means of recording it. Sorry.

    EDIT: Okay. I'm on it.
    Any luck? This totally flew under my radar.

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    How to destroy angels_ spotting.

    Edit: nevermind
    Last edited by allegro; 06-09-2013 at 11:23 AM.

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    Recording it to mp3 would be fine, radio generally still doesn't broadcast past mp3 quality

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leviathant View Post
    Any luck? This totally flew under my radar.
    Done and done. Uploading now. Quality is pretty nice. I removed all the songs and synced it all up nicely.

    EDIT: Done. That was fast! Enjoy! I'll start a new thread.

    http://www.sendspace.com/file/96te8r
    Last edited by shagg_187; 06-09-2013 at 11:28 AM.

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    Wedding Photos Of 25 Musicians In Love

    Trent and Mariqueen at #13.

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    Rob recently posted "Welcome Oblivion" from the Coachella broadcast () on his Vimeo account.

    The video led me to this video () posted by the Moment Factory six days ago, "How To Destroy Angels - Demo" which has some cool behind the scenes footage of the production/rehearsals of the tour.

    Searched a couple pages back in this thread and it does not appear the Moment Factory video has been posted before. Was it posted elsewhere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by p_rez17 View Post
    Rob recently posted "Welcome Oblivion" from the Coachella broadcast () on his Vimeo account.
    The video led me to this video () posted by the Moment Factory six days ago, "How To Destroy Angels - Demo" which has some cool behind the scenes footage of the production/rehearsals of the tour.
    Searched a couple pages back in this thread and it does not appear the Moment Factory video has been posted before. Was it posted elsewhere?
    Rob mentioned it everywhere the same time you did

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    i posted this elsewhere, but i dunno if anyone reads that bit.
    i thought it maybe deserved some attention, the more people involved the more chance of happening...

    One suspects it's futile, but Songkick Detour is taking 'pledges' to try and get HTDA over to London for a show: https://detour.songkick.com/metro_ar...28251/campaign
    You put it what you'd pay, and how many tickets you'd buy, and they try and make it happen. It's worked for a few artists so far...
    Here's the sites FAQ: http://help.songkick.com/customer/po...p-faq/articles

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    Has Detour actually got any international bands over yet though?

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    Yeah, the first band they got booked were a US band!

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    HTDA spotting in this video about glitch art.


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    I like his tracks, it feels very good .

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    deadmau5 tweeted this a few hours ago


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    Aw damn, that's a shame.

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    laaaaaame.

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    So what's the real story? Is it simply that the venue, timing, or space needed for other bands couldn't accommodate all the light screens and visuals? But then there's an issue at both shows. Some challenge in pulling off both shows, maybe the Sam crew or production team does both bands?

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    That sucks. hTDA are solid.

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    http://theusdvista.com/2013/09/18/th...al-experience/

    "If dubstep is like “Transformers having sex,” as many fans are wont to say, then How to Destroy Angels was like a higher-class cabaret for androids."

    Fantastic quote, may have to put that on a t shirt

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    The Believers was in last night's episode of Covert Affairs.

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    looks familiar


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    Um, so they made a porno parody of the Space Inbetween video
    edit: should probably add that it's SUPER NSFW. duh.

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    Pft, when there's a How Long porn parody, call me


    But seriously wtf, is HTDA even popular enough to warrant porn parody?

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    Not exactly HtDA spotting but I was flipping through Netflix and spotted this movie: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2386327/
    Poster is really similar to the first HtDA ep art work. Wonder if it's the same artist.

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    A quick Google search heavily leans towards the poster being his (Mark Weaver's) work, so yeah, same artist.

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    This is more like blatant HTDA rip-off spotting. Take a look at the strokes' guy's solo outing artwork
    http://www.stereogum.com/1702316/jul...-sadness/mp3s/

    It's practically the same thing Rob did for Welcome Oblivion.

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    To be fair, it's not like Rob has a copyright on that kind of art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Repeater View Post
    This is more like blatant HTDA rip-off spotting. Take a look at the strokes' guy's solo outing artwork
    http://www.stereogum.com/1702316/jul...-sadness/mp3s/

    It's practically the same thing Rob did for Welcome Oblivion.
    Agreed. That's shockingly blatant.

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