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The_Paronomasial_Mattoid
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http://abeautifulmess.typepad.com/my_weblog/2011/09/red-velvet-lookboo k-video-autumn-2011.html

This makes me really happy and excited to hear the rest of her stuff for her solo album. I was lucky enough to go to Jeremy Larson's album release show and hear Stacy perform her solo stuff and what I've heard has blown me away. My brother was in utter amazement, too. It's gonna be so good.

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is there a difference between dubstep and techno?
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techno: uhnd chik uhnd chik uhnd chik uhnd chik
dubstep: BOOM Chik.. Boom Boom Boom Chik.. PEOOOWWwwww BOOM BOWowoWOWoWOWow zipzipzipzipzipwoowooowoow EEEEEeeeeeerrr BOOM BOOM BOOM Splat!
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It's very She & Him, but I like it a lot.
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oh wow.
Amazing song.

Where do I download?
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"Music by Jeremy Larson with guest vocal by Stacy Dupree-King."

It's not from her solo project. That's probably a good thing because I'm not a fan of the vocal doubling. I understand the sound they were going for in this instance with the quirky Old Navy feel, but I hope he doesn't make the rest of her songs (which were kind of Björkish at the Gillioz show and would be best served by leaving Stacy's voice relatively untouched) sound like this.

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olimario wrote:
oh wow.
Amazing song.

Where do I download?


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Love it!

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I don't dislike it, but with Saelly's Old Navy comment in mind, I don't think I'd give it a second thought if I ever heard it unless I knew it was Stacy singing.
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Saellys wrote:
"Music by Jeremy Larson with guest vocal by Stacy Dupree-King."

It's not from her solo project. That's probably a good thing because I'm not a fan of the vocal doubling. I understand the sound they were going for in this instance with the quirky Old Navy feel, but I hope he doesn't make the rest of her songs (which were kind of Björkish at the Gillioz show and would be best served by leaving Stacy's voice relatively untouched) sound like this.


I know it's not from her solo project. It just makes me excited for it. That's all I'm saying. I like it a lot, but it's personal opinion. I just think it's fun.

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kulvir wrote:
I bet R. Kelly approves of peeing in the shower.

The world is R. Kelly's shower. It's a golden world.


Nowhere Man wrote:
mr pine wrote:
is there a difference between dubstep and techno?
you know besides the name?

techno: uhnd chik uhnd chik uhnd chik uhnd chik
dubstep: BOOM Chik.. Boom Boom Boom Chik.. PEOOOWWwwww BOOM BOWowoWOWoWOWow zipzipzipzipzipwoowooowoow EEEEEeeeeeerrr BOOM BOOM BOOM Splat!
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Saellys
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The_Paronomasial_Mattoid wrote:
Saellys wrote:
"Music by Jeremy Larson with guest vocal by Stacy Dupree-King."

It's not from her solo project. That's probably a good thing because I'm not a fan of the vocal doubling. I understand the sound they were going for in this instance with the quirky Old Navy feel, but I hope he doesn't make the rest of her songs (which were kind of Björkish at the Gillioz show and would be best served by leaving Stacy's voice relatively untouched) sound like this.


I know it's not from her solo project. It just makes me excited for it. That's all I'm saying. I like it a lot, but it's personal opinion. I just think it's fun.


Sorry, I didn't intend that to come off as trying to smack anybody down for thinking it was from Stacy's solo project, or for being excited about it. I think the song is fun and cute too. Smile

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Saellys wrote:
The_Paronomasial_Mattoid wrote:
Saellys wrote:
"Music by Jeremy Larson with guest vocal by Stacy Dupree-King."

It's not from her solo project. That's probably a good thing because I'm not a fan of the vocal doubling. I understand the sound they were going for in this instance with the quirky Old Navy feel, but I hope he doesn't make the rest of her songs (which were kind of Björkish at the Gillioz show and would be best served by leaving Stacy's voice relatively untouched) sound like this.


I know it's not from her solo project. It just makes me excited for it. That's all I'm saying. I like it a lot, but it's personal opinion. I just think it's fun.


Sorry, I didn't intend that to come off as trying to smack anybody down for thinking it was from Stacy's solo project, or for being excited about it. I think the song is fun and cute too. Smile


Oh, it's cool. I don't think it reflects anything we heard from the show and doesn't indicate what's to come, but I wouldn't be disappointed if it was a track on her album. Wasn't it "When We Were Young" that had a 70's vibe to it? I am really excited to hear the album version. Also, "Hiding Out" was so good with the harmonies. Okay, the entire setlist was great. The dvd of that show is coming out this fall. SO EXCITED!

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kulvir wrote:
I bet R. Kelly approves of peeing in the shower.

The world is R. Kelly's shower. It's a golden world.


Nowhere Man wrote:
mr pine wrote:
is there a difference between dubstep and techno?
you know besides the name?

techno: uhnd chik uhnd chik uhnd chik uhnd chik
dubstep: BOOM Chik.. Boom Boom Boom Chik.. PEOOOWWwwww BOOM BOWowoWOWoWOWow zipzipzipzipzipwoowooowoow EEEEEeeeeeerrr BOOM BOOM BOOM Splat!
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I just think it's incredible that sans major label etc. They got such a great vintage sound that sounds polished and professional. They are going to deliver a great production regardless of genre. But that sounds like a 45 waiting to happen Very Happy
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Cute video. They should make the song available. I wonder if there's a full song though.
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wilsmith wrote:
I just think it's incredible that sans major label etc. They got such a great vintage sound that sounds polished and professional. They are going to deliver a great production regardless of genre. But that sounds like a 45 waiting to happen Very Happy


Jeremy is a top-notch producer--I like what he does for other bands even more than his own work. He did an EP for my friend Autumn and her brother and it sounds as good as any major label producer's work.

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The_Paronomasial_Mattoid wrote:
Saellys wrote:
The_Paronomasial_Mattoid wrote:
Saellys wrote:
"Music by Jeremy Larson with guest vocal by Stacy Dupree-King."

It's not from her solo project. That's probably a good thing because I'm not a fan of the vocal doubling. I understand the sound they were going for in this instance with the quirky Old Navy feel, but I hope he doesn't make the rest of her songs (which were kind of Björkish at the Gillioz show and would be best served by leaving Stacy's voice relatively untouched) sound like this.


I know it's not from her solo project. It just makes me excited for it. That's all I'm saying. I like it a lot, but it's personal opinion. I just think it's fun.


Sorry, I didn't intend that to come off as trying to smack anybody down for thinking it was from Stacy's solo project, or for being excited about it. I think the song is fun and cute too. Smile


Oh, it's cool. I don't think it reflects anything we heard from the show and doesn't indicate what's to come, but I wouldn't be disappointed if it was a track on her album. Wasn't it "When We Were Young" that had a 70's vibe to it? I am really excited to hear the album version. Also, "Hiding Out" was so good with the harmonies. Okay, the entire setlist was great. The dvd of that show is coming out this fall. SO EXCITED!


ugh, i wanna hear now!

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Reminds me of The Like's last effort.
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The Man In The Moon wrote:
The_Paronomasial_Mattoid wrote:
Saellys wrote:
The_Paronomasial_Mattoid wrote:
Saellys wrote:
"Music by Jeremy Larson with guest vocal by Stacy Dupree-King."

It's not from her solo project. That's probably a good thing because I'm not a fan of the vocal doubling. I understand the sound they were going for in this instance with the quirky Old Navy feel, but I hope he doesn't make the rest of her songs (which were kind of Björkish at the Gillioz show and would be best served by leaving Stacy's voice relatively untouched) sound like this.


I know it's not from her solo project. It just makes me excited for it. That's all I'm saying. I like it a lot, but it's personal opinion. I just think it's fun.


Sorry, I didn't intend that to come off as trying to smack anybody down for thinking it was from Stacy's solo project, or for being excited about it. I think the song is fun and cute too. Smile


Oh, it's cool. I don't think it reflects anything we heard from the show and doesn't indicate what's to come, but I wouldn't be disappointed if it was a track on her album. Wasn't it "When We Were Young" that had a 70's vibe to it? I am really excited to hear the album version. Also, "Hiding Out" was so good with the harmonies. Okay, the entire setlist was great. The dvd of that show is coming out this fall. SO EXCITED!


ugh, i wanna hear now!


It'll be worth the wait. The dvd, but also her album from what we heard from the show.

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I bet R. Kelly approves of peeing in the shower.

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Nowhere Man wrote:
mr pine wrote:
is there a difference between dubstep and techno?
you know besides the name?

techno: uhnd chik uhnd chik uhnd chik uhnd chik
dubstep: BOOM Chik.. Boom Boom Boom Chik.. PEOOOWWwwww BOOM BOWowoWOWoWOWow zipzipzipzipzipwoowooowoow EEEEEeeeeeerrr BOOM BOOM BOOM Splat!
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