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Ângelo Fernandes

I'm a big NIN fan. Their album FRAGILE is one of my all time albuns ever. Great sound production.
altough it's a shame they never played in Portugal, moving on...

the clip it's really well done, specially in some parts where it combine with the highpicks of the music.

about Youtube videos you must see this one > Korean Madness
it aint nothing about NASA, NIN or Sci Fi, but it's a must-see video. This girls they totally kick ass lol



Wow, that really is cool! NIN is in my Pandora Favorites (see "mindless FF" post today). :)

You might like this one, too, made by a friend of mine:



BTW, Idlewild showed up yesterday! I'll probably get some time during a vacation trip next week to read it. :)

Nick Sagan

Ângelo: The Fragile is a great album, though I think my favorite might be The Downward Spiral. And wow, there's some *insane* dancing in that video--I love it!

Gail: That's a fun video--I'm really enjoying the combination of space exploration and rock. You'd think there would be more of it. (Outside of planetarium laser shows, I mean...) Great news about Idlewild, and thanks for turning me on to Pandora. Looks fun, and I've been searching for this sort of thing. I'll have to play with it, and compare it to Last.fm.

Ângelo Fernandes

on a The Downward Spiral VS The Fragile, with would be difficult for one to win. But Fragile, to me, says a lot more. But yeah Downward's also a great album.

Those Korean Girls are crazy



Crazy dance videos? :)

Angelo (and Nick). Check it out:


Ângelo Fernandes

Evolution of Dance
five stars for the Michael Jackson Smooth Criminal and Thriller
and of course the robot dancing!

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