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    A Midspring's Nightmare Rabih's Avatar
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    ^ She did Blood Roses and Pro Widow indeed in 1999 and not during the Plugged Tour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelust View Post
    Speaking of LA - I love this so much. Not really a fan of the song... but I guess I am now.
    Thanks for this beauty

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuper venus View Post
    There is a hq horses. I think from Seattle. And icicle, maybe from philly. I've got them burned on a disc somewhere.

    I did my best to rip them and upload them in the Live section of the forum.
    Oh THANK YOU!

    And yes, guys. My bad. BR with the band WAS '99.
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    If anyone was interested, YANTA has his own Patreon https://t.co/v0Pqsv4PWl
    Of course he can't give away the sheets for Tori's song for copyright reasons, but I think it's a great way to support his work!
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    Random scary thought: Night of Hunters was 6 years ago.

    SIX.
    ~just an underwater thing~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Venus_Envy View Post
    Random scary thought: Night of Hunters was 6 years ago.

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    I'd say that in the past 6 years it's been my most listened to album

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuper venus View Post
    I'd say that in the past 6 years it's been my most listened to album
    I'm at the other end of the spectrum, I don't think I've listened to it since the NOH tour.
    ~just an underwater thing~

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    I've been listening to it again after a long hiatus and apart from Kelsey's vocals, it seems pretty darn good to me. I know people think the whole idea is ridiculous, but that's part of the charm for me. Tori has a lot of guts to keep taking the chance of being laughed at the way she does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy View Post
    I know people think the whole idea is ridiculous, but that's part of the charm for me.
    I thought the idea was actually better than the execution. I love the song-cycle narrative and multiple characters, but I just didn't like Tash or Kelsey's voices (at the time - Tash's voice has gotten better as she's got older) and found some of the performances to be hit and miss (...*ahem* Na-hAUT-te-cul-twi-hi-light).

    The NOH songs I thought were MUCH better live with the quartet.
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    Let them eat cheese flan Nancy's Avatar
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    I'm so sorry I missed that tour with the quartet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy View Post
    I'm so sorry I missed that tour with the quartet.
    I've been seeing her since 98 and the NOH show was my fave even though the set list wasn't my favorite

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    I missed out tickets to the NPR Trinity Hall show for Gold Dust which was like 30 minutes away from me. That was my #1 Tori regret. I think the fact that it was broadcast and that I listen to it all the time just makes the regret even worse. It sold out WAY FAST tho.

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    I listen to NOH (both the regular and instrumental versions) far more than any other album since Scarlet. TBK gets an occasional listen, ADP/AATS/MWG never ever get put on, and UG maybe a handful of times since it was released? I wish I could have seen a show on that tour. The quartet was really special.

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    I loved NOH from the off, barring Cactus Practice which I couldn't stand and deleted from my life. I added in Forest of Glass later on because it just fits narratively really well, and this slightly altered version of NOH is I think my most listened to Tori playlist of the last few years.

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    in the run up to NI being released, I've been working my way through the back catalogue.

    Then I got to AATS:

    ~just an underwater thing~

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