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Old 04-18-2007, 04:51 PM   #1
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Page McConnell's new album

Does anyone have it yet, and if so can anyone review it?

Also, here is a pretty good interview with Page:
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Old 04-18-2007, 05:57 PM   #2
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if so can anyone review it?
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Old 04-18-2007, 05:59 PM   #3
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Old 04-23-2007, 03:04 PM   #4
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i downloaded this off of my school's free music. I haven't listened to all the songs yet, but after the first few songs, i can definitely say its much better than anything trey has put out so far. even the production is really nicely polished. although it seems to have been a few years in the making, unlike bar 17.
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i can definitely say its much better than anything trey has put out so far. 17.
I disagree...a lot.
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Old 04-23-2007, 03:13 PM   #6
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I disagree...a lot.
like i said, i havent really listened to everything intently off of this album yet. just the vibe i got from the first few songs. bar 17 is definitely not anything to be disregarded, its a great album.
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Old 04-23-2007, 03:28 PM   #7
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like i said, i havent really listened to everything intently off of this album yet. just the vibe i got from the first few songs. bar 17 is definitely not anything to be disregarded, its a great album.
Trey has albums other than Bar 17. Even disregarding Shine and Bar 17 there is no way this album is better than Trey's self titled release. The first track alone almost made me shut it off.
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Old 04-23-2007, 04:37 PM   #8
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trey has released some vastly underrated albums. im listening to alot more TAB then phish these days.
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trey has released some vastly underrated albums. im listening to alot more TAB then phish these days.
I like Shine, but I know most think it sucks so I wasn't even going to bring that into the discussion.
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I like Shine, but I know most think it sucks so I wasn't even going to bring that into the discussion.
yeah well you and i are on the same page on shine, im a big fan of it.

if trey had broke up phish to do the exact same types of songs there would have been no reason to breakup phish... as it stands everything he has done since then has been different and unique.
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and I know that Shine is pop-rock, but that is fine by me. Although most of the SHine tunes don't sound very good live IMO.
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and I know that Shine is pop-rock, but that is fine by me. Although most of the SHine tunes don't sound very good live IMO.
i think sleep again is a great song. also a big fan of spin, shine, tuesday, sweet dreams melinda.
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i think sleep again is a great song. also a big fan of spin, shine, tuesday, sweet dreams melinda.
I like all those tunes, but I think Shine and Tuesday sound pretty bad live. The others are better, but I don't find any of them great live.
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I like all those tunes, but I think Shine and Tuesday sound pretty bad live. The others are better, but I don't find any of them great live.
im a big fan of the retooled shine with the horns...
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