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Really? The aragami aren't spirits. Their a collection of cells known as a oracle cell, which bind together to create a whole parts of the aragami. The old types god arc couldn't change from gun to blade, the new type can. So no other npc weapons other than 1 change. I know this is a tad late. Want to write a review play the game pay attention to the story.
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Could not disagree more. Breaking up the last part of the story into two parts means that we have a movie where nothing happens. Everything in this movie could have been squeezed into twenty minutes. Instead what we are given is one scene after another on the making of propaganda. See Birdman instead.
Good on you David!
Nice... Still love to pull out the old vinyl and take it for a spin. I'll have to stop by!
Congratulations David!!!!! Lots of love and success to you!!!
*sheepishly* I remember FireHouse, Danger Danger and Britny Fox. And Bang Tango, BulletBoys, Junkyard, Dangerous Toys, Kix, L.A. Guns, Faster Pussycat, and on and on and on. Loved it, and still rock out to it occasionally.
At some point self destructive hedonism is no longer brash youthfulness. It's old, tired and creepy. Better to burn out than to fade away. Retiring the band is the only way to avoid self parody.
Mudhoney actually played in Spokane once before that fateful night in 1991. Their first Spokane appearance was in October 1989 at an all ages club called 123 Arts.
Daniel Walters you have no idea what you are talking about. This was an interesting episode but not the best.
“I guess I just picked a whole bouquet of Oopsie-Daisies.” is a funny/good/bad line. I liked it.
its a relief that people still posting good things even without them telling to do so, thanks for the article, I surely enjoyed reading it!
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Bartfest! 90 bucks, what a joke! try supportting NW music(Seattle, Portland, Spokane) and then you don't have to charge so much to pay some band from New York thats a no name. The local bands have a following that would bring in customers and business.
Anxious to hear Bob Curnow's band tonight, at the Big Dipper, and to see how the band sounds in this room. For those unfamiliar with the band, it is comprised of pros only, and it is amazing they they are all close enough to Spokane to get together. U of I, EWU, Gonzaga. We are lucky, and there's nothing quite like this band even in Seattle that I know of.
Great article on Rich! The only thing I'd note is that Masonic Auditorium has been a long time great venue for big rock and blues shows - many of the great bands have played there over the years with great sound! :) Can't wait for this concert!
Why no labels on the photos? Who is who???
This guy has a suitcase full of street cred.
Nice article! see ya' there tonight!
I can't find any additional photos or videos on this site.
Not really a huge fan of that style of music but ya, WOW.. TOOL TIME I am embarrassed that this writer has a platform in the Spokane area
Really? The aragami aren't spirits. Their a collection of cells known as a oracle cell,…
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