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posted on 12-5-03 at 20:17 Reply with quotation
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Hey, im from a small town in Pennsylvania, USA. I got Fear of Fading last year and I think it's one of the best and most complete albums I've ever heard. It doesn't have a bad song on it. I was wondering if you would be playing anywhere in the US anytime soon. Also, I was wondering if Justin or Chris or both could give me some insight. I've been playing guitar for about 7 years and I like to write music. I think the way the lyrics fit into your songs is amazing and guitars riffs like the beginning of Egzit and the funky solo part in Watch it Die are brilliant. If you could give me some tips on how you come up with songs and maybe what you write first.... the lyrics, or the music, I would really appreciate it......thanks man.






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posted on 12-5-03 at 20:42 Reply with quotation
Hey there, welcome to the boards

The Livid are currently trying to establish themselves in Canada, so there is no current US tour plans in the works. However, if all goes well they could be playing near you soon

Chris regularly comes on the boards, so you may get an answer soon

Hyde.

[Edited on 12-5-03 by Hyde]






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posted on 13-5-03 at 18:14 Reply with quotation
Hey dude. I write the music first. Once I'm comfortable playing the parts, I start belting out random words in different singing patterns until I come up with something I like. As for the music part, learn your scales, and learn what chords go good together. Lots of chords sound good together, but the ones you choose will be very important in determining your style.






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posted on 13-5-03 at 21:11 Reply with quotation
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Alright man, thanks a lot. I appreciate it.






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posted on 15-5-03 at 21:48 Reply with quotation
big ups to those who write their own stuff. i'm all about a crappy multitrack program i got in download.com and the ovation standard balladeer






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