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   Album of the Year might be a long shot for V, but she would sure deserve it! I've come to love this album. It's so delightfully unexpected and beautiful.

General Vanessa Carlton Discussion / Vanessa's Wikipedia Page Photo
« on: July 14, 2011, 07:03:48 pm »
I just checked V's wikipedia page and her photo was unflattering. It just had bad lighting and didn't do her justice. Vanessa is so beautiful, could anyone upload a better photo to show that?

Vanessa Songs / Lyrics / Sheet Music / Re: In The End
« on: July 05, 2011, 01:57:45 pm »
This song is lush, beautiful, and extremely dark... but stunning. It's like a lavish nightmare. The piano is gorgeous and deep against the ominous strings. Lyrics do seem to surround the cycle of life and/or Reincarnation. Her vocals are so soft and they gave me this goose bump inducing vibe. Like James Maynard Keenan vibe (A Perfect Circle, Tool).

Vanessa Songs / Lyrics / Sheet Music / Re: Hear The Bells
« on: July 05, 2011, 01:40:29 pm »
  I love this song. I've always liked V's darker side. The melody and imagery and vocals are haunting. The theme is surprising to me. It sound like she's dabbled in witchcraft, ancestral worship, or something darker and she's paying for her actions:
"kneel and pray to a gravestone.../
poison's running thru.../and the stomach aches/
try to concentrate.../"
   The imagery is amazing, crafted and sung so eerily, especially the outro and last chant she hums.
   All in all, 'Hear the Bells' is an exceptionally well written song, and it is so beautiful and haunting, just like 'In the End'. On a similar note, the atmosphere and melody through the verses reminded me of "all that could have been" by Nine Inch Nails.)

Hey all! I need that old song M-A-K-E-L-O-V-E-T-O-M-E by 7 Aurelis (Channel 7) ft. Vanessa and i can't find it ANYWHERE! I used to have it! I'm DJing for this bar and I want people to dance to it! If i remember correctly there were two versions? Please help me out!

Live Shows / Re: 10/21/09 - Epcot in Walt Disney World, Orlando, FL
« on: June 18, 2009, 06:29:38 pm »
whaat? COOL!I still have days left on my disney world parkhopper pass! But the word 'Resort' throws me off. Is this on the hotel grounds, or the actual park of Epcot?

Other Musicians / Re: Kings of Leon!!!!
« on: April 09, 2009, 05:43:09 pm »
Yes, I obtained Only By the Night. I like it a lot, and his voice is pretty rockin'.

I recently saw The Orphanage, a spanish film from '07.  It's a ghost story except not a typical one. There's some suspenseful jolting scenes in it, the filming is beautiful and lush, and the acting is great. It's about two parents who lose thier son mysteriously, supposedly by kidnapping, but it seems the kidnappers aren't human... There's a lot more to the story as well. The ending is happy and horribly sad at the same time. If you don't mind films with subtitles (and are fast enough to read them), i recommend it. 5/5 $9 at wal*mart!

General Vanessa Carlton Discussion / Official Vanessa Pictures Thread
« on: December 19, 2008, 09:33:36 pm »
She totally looks like a toker, and that's fine, but she really needs to put on a face of interest and enthusiasm. She almost always looks really nonchalant and careless. She's starting to look dull to me... But her style is almost always really cool and dark.

Completely Off-Topic / Customer Service....
« on: December 17, 2008, 10:40:00 pm »
haha, i work in customer service at a popular grocery chain in the southeast, and i can TOTALLY Sympathize with you all.
a few more fyi's:
 -Don't hand me 40,000 old lotto tickets all crumpled and folded, we have a self-check machine on the counter for you to check your OWN DAMN TICKETS. if its just a few, that's fine, but no more than ten...
 -Don't babble on and give me animated gestures about how we don't carry your coffee ice cream anymore. You really just sound like a f&#*ing idiot to me...
 -Don't ask me if i'm open if my register light is off, and my closed sign is pulled out.
 -If i tell you 'no' because of a store policy, don't continue to question me or further ask for a manager. Policies have been policies, since the dawn of the goddamn company.
 -Get off your cellphone if you plan interacting with me whatsoever.
 -As office staff, we have to take all incoming phonecalls. It doesn't matter if you were talking with me first, I have to pick up the phone. I am insructed to do so and will get bitched at if I don't.
 -When cashing a payroll check from another company, If i don't know you or the company, i have to call your employer and verify you work for them, and/or call the bank holding the account and verify funds. Also, learn your local store's check cashing limit.
 -Do be reasonable, not quick to anger. in one word: 'civil'.
 -Don't call and ask for the expiration date on anything, and for us to set aside the product for you. I'm busy 90% of the time.
 Do say thank you when i'm done helping you out with whatever you needed. It's a simple way to show appreciation for the person who's been inside behind a counter all day!

When it comes to people and senseless bitching, i usually don't care. You can't really phase me. I keep my expression calm and look them directly in the eyes. Listen and pretend you care. People who take things to the extreme usually have mental problems or issues, and listening to them is the best you can do.
Don't take anything personal, these people don't know you or who you are. They can call you "worthless" "no help" "a piece of shit" and it's all meaningless unless they actually know you...

Furthermore, if you're a rebel like me, and find it hard to restrain yourself from doing or saying things that offend most people, then practice on keeping it in, lol. You're surrounded by (mostly) normal people. It's a respectable business atmosphere you work in, and most people won't laugh with you when you find a dead lizard stricken with rigor mortis and stick it in their face...
Let's just say i'm good at acting now...

Other Musicians / Marilyn Manson
« on: December 15, 2008, 09:11:56 pm »
finally! it's been a while since some grammy nods have come around. Geez. And yay for being in the RS list. i love that mag.

Other Musicians / Marilyn Manson
« on: December 13, 2008, 09:15:54 pm »
yeah, twiggy was with NIN for a bit. But it's nice to see him back with manson.

come to think of it, these videos of her loft have never shown a computer...

Other Musicians / Nine Inch Nails
« on: October 30, 2008, 01:06:17 pm »
AAAH! I saw nin in Orlando tuesday night. IT WAS AMAZING. BEST SHOW. The lights are insane! They played a two hour set. I was the happiest i've ever been. The encore was amazing. They ended with Hurt and In This Twilight. IF i could sum it up in one word, it would be: beautiful.

Polls / For those who were disappointed with H&T
« on: October 11, 2008, 09:03:40 am »
I agree. The songs are excellent, but the production, such as the string arrangement, and the annoying out of place whistling on "Fools Like Me", wasn't what I was expecting and made the songs fall short of their maximum potential. Still, the overall maturity and lyrical beauty that is Heroes and Thieves, was brilliant, enlightening. An instant classic for V.
I voted it has grown on me and I like/love it now.

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