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marshall84



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R. Kamidees wrote:
marshall84 wrote:
Was the guy singing "American Psychopath" planned or just a coincidence?
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Dude, I think he was just making things up as he went and started singing that when he saw Sage with the flag/cape. Haven't you ever seen a street performer singing about people passing by on the street?


No, there's no street performers at all where I live. My city sucks. That clears it up, though.
Post Tue Nov 15, 2005 5:32 pm
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Sage Francis
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maybe it can be an extra bonus on the repress! haha.
Post Tue Nov 15, 2005 5:32 pm
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Stumbleweed



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^ A Q&A about the DVD content?
Post Tue Nov 15, 2005 5:41 pm
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Sage Francis
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yeah. or just a video of me watching the whole video with my mom
Post Tue Nov 15, 2005 5:58 pm
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Stumbleweed



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Hah -- that would be fucking great.

Come to think of it, this is the only DVD I own without a commentary track. Get with the program, Dad.

But really, that would be great. Especially watching it with your Mom.
Post Tue Nov 15, 2005 6:00 pm
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defdans



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PHIL LACIO AKA P DAWG wrote:
sage, you need to record that song..it's a platinum hit..expand it to a full song...I finally realized what they hell you were saying..great stuff


ok so anyone know the name of that song? I like the guitar on it


I'm pretty sure it's called "Seville" and it's from Blue Screen Life.
Post Tue Nov 15, 2005 9:02 pm
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poopsnack



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too bad commentary will not be on this pressing, as it is the ONLY thing I asked for for Xmas...
So.....
If you get an order for a Sweatshirt (XXL) and DVD put a little extra love in the order, because it will be for someone that loves me.
Post Tue Nov 15, 2005 9:10 pm
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PHIL LACIO AKA P DAWG
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defdans wrote:
PHIL LACIO AKA P DAWG wrote:
sage, you need to record that song..it's a platinum hit..expand it to a full song...I finally realized what they hell you were saying..great stuff


ok so anyone know the name of that song? I like the guitar on it


I'm pretty sure it's called "Seville" and it's from Blue Screen Life.



that is it thank you sir...that guitar should be sampled and sage should really make that a legit song with those same lyrics and rhythm
Post Wed Nov 16, 2005 1:37 am
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commentary does kick ass. but it kinda falls into that whole line of question with asking an artists exactly what a song is about, or a director what a movie is about... i get this feeling that the maker can take it a little insulting.

am i wrong here? is it insulting at all to ask a music artist exactly what a song is about and why it was made?... or in this case, what was the backround story for particular scenes, why did they happen?.... i mean, i could see someone not caring, but i could see someone being annoyed by those types of questions..
Post Wed Nov 16, 2005 2:22 am
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Atreyu



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By far the best part of the dvd for me was when Sage used his buddy as a sled. I was crying.

He looked genuinely pissed that they weren't going sledding.

WHAT! NO SLED! NO INNER TUBES!
YOU"RE MY SLED!

hahaha

Oh.. and the dance monkey sequence blew my mind.
To see Sage flipping around left my jaw dropped. I picked up the remote to rewind it when he does it again. No rewind needed.

Sage: Did you edit it like that to prove it wasn't a fluke or something?

Peace
Post Wed Nov 16, 2005 9:43 am
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Pvt_Moose wrote:
commentary does kick ass. but it kinda falls into that whole line of question with asking an artists exactly what a song is about, or a director what a movie is about... i get this feeling that the maker can take it a little insulting.

am i wrong here? is it insulting at all to ask a music artist exactly what a song is about and why it was made?... or in this case, what was the backround story for particular scenes, why did they happen?.... i mean, i could see someone not caring, but i could see someone being annoyed by those types of questions..


i love that shit, the commentry arnofsky does on his films is really cool - he doesn't go so much into what shit means blah de blah but rather just tells u a bit about how this shot was really hard to do and why, just like intresting stories n shit
Post Wed Nov 16, 2005 9:48 am
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vintge
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Sage Francis wrote:
yeah. or just a video of me watching the whole video with my mom


a smell a "Life is Easy" collectors edition. then you can do the 5 disk anniversary collectors edition next year.
Post Wed Nov 16, 2005 10:23 am
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Just



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I really need to watch the dvd again. I was crackin up at th early morning Sage / Sole battle.
Post Sat Jun 03, 2006 1:55 pm
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I really need to watch the dvd again. I was crackin up at th early morning Sage / Sole battle.



Ugh...my least favorite part. Sole was either very sleepy/sleep deprived or just not a very good battle rapper. It was uncomfortable.
Post Mon Jun 05, 2006 9:25 am
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Disharmony



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haha, yeah I'd have to agree.

Sage was totally ripping up the free style and Sole just hurt to watch hahaha, but I think thats what made it so special.

I WAS BORN THROUGH ASSHOLES
best part.


I loved the sled part.
Post Sun Jul 23, 2006 6:34 pm
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