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|Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007|
i fear i may be on a hiding to nothing with this... but does anyone where i can get the version of 'cody' that's used in the bbc drama "coming down the mountain"? it's not the album version, and is a slightly different arrangement. i've had no luck on any forums. i suspect that the bbc have remixed the track themselves... but if anyone can shed any light on the matter, it would be much appreciated!
|Monday, December 18th, 2006|
so, i joined this community because i'm both new to livejournal and love the hell out of mogwai. respond if you please. i'll also use this post to say all the things i like most about mogwai, i suppose:
favorite mogwai albums:
1. young team (duh)
2. ten rapid
3. happy songs for happy people
4. rock action
1. mogwai fear satan (duh, again, but i could really listen to this all day)
2. helicon 1
3. boring machines disturbs sleep
4. two rights make one wrong
5. summer (priority version, ten rapid version, it's all good)
here's to hopefully having an awesome place to talk about mogwai.
|Monday, June 5th, 2006|
Why did i wait so long to read Tolkien´s Silmarillion? I think Mogwai is mentioned there, too."and a sound arose of endless interchanging melodies woven in harmony that passed beyond hearing into the depths and into the heights, and the places of the dwell-ing of Ilúvatar were filled to overflowing, and the music and the echo of the music went out into the Void, and it was not void. Never since have the Ainur made any music like to this music, though it has been said that a greater still shall be made before Ilúvatar by the choirs of the Ainur and the Children of Ilúvatar after the end of days."
That describes very well my first Mogwai concert some years ago.
|Wednesday, October 13th, 2004|
|Saturday, July 31st, 2004|
Drum Computers can make you die
A few years ago, i witnessed my first Mogwai Concert ever. It was in Hamburg/Germany, Große Freiheit 36, on the well-known Reeperbahn.
It was the loudest thing i´ve ever heard. Extremely good sound, though. They started with "Sine Wave", mentioning the happenings of 9/11 before, it was not long ago by the time then.
Sine Wave. With a screaming, screetching drum computer opening.
And here the question: Has anyone of you a recording of this or something like it? The drum comp did things far beyond the Sine Wave on the Rock Action. I want to hear this sound again.
Can you help me?
Chris Current Mood: thankful
|Thursday, July 8th, 2004|
Greetings to anyone.
How can it be that i´m the only one in this Community?
Strange. Current Mood: Mogwai