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  1. miss regina...

    MATT!
  2. Oct 3 at Tonic

    I saw her there after Levy, who was amazing. Matt and james were so great. it was such a great place to play a small show...amazing...
  3. the strokes

    now that i read what i just wrote, im kinda scared of myself...i did see them both live...on the 29th with my mum and on the 30th with my boyfriend and his bestfriends at madison square garden...i didnt pass out from all the audio stimulation, but i did cry when the strokes played their first song on the 29th...shock isnt the right word for it, but its the first one that comes to mind...but what really fucked my head up is that i suggested a duet with julian and regina...and then i heard it..and reading this creeped me out...rereading what i wrote creeped me out..i know that it was probably bound to happen, but it still scared me...i loved the song they did...fucking brilliant!
  4. CONCERT REVIEW: Spektor / Strokes @ MSG, 10-30-03

    dude, that made me cry...thanks. must post that on thestrokes.com MB...thanks so much...
  5. I'm confused...

    actually its like a nickname...my name is radina and my bulgarian and russian relatives call me Radinka. its like a european thing...the worst part is that my name rhymes Radina Kalina and its kinda humiliating to be called Radinka Kalinka by my relatives.
  6. Wish we were still 7-11.

    when i was like 3 to 10 years old, me and cousin or friends would build forts...we always played little games like that..we're make them from blankets, and fold out cushion chairs and pillows and umbrellas. we used to be really cruel. we would lock my grandmother into rooms with furniture so we could watch this program that we loved and she hated. what we loved she hated and vice versa. she's living with us now and i cant help but think of her reading me stories when i was three in bulgarian and russian. i translated for her and guests when i was 3. I still feel guilty, but i wouldnt have remembered anything if my cousin hadnt reminded me, but when me and my cousin and soul-sister would make forts, we would giggle and eat flat pancakes and pastries with powdered sugar on them and drink juice pretending we were having a tea party.
  7. i love you piano lady!

    god i remember that! i heard you and i laughed so hard. my jaw, was too, dropped nearly to the ground. she's so beautiful and modest and anyone who sees her live realizes that there is a savior of music this year and her name is regina.
  8. 3 word story

    the leaves and
  9. [u]Madison Square Garden Goddess[/u]

    I saw regina at MSG and she was amazing...after the tonic i cried, i was so moved...I went there because my friend Matt who plays in Levy told me regina was going to be there...i went and i was so amazed at watching the angel play so close...she glowed...i swear i saw her glow and it wasnt the headlights...i loved it when she sang that song and asked everyone to sing the chorus America...she was so fun...tipsy and cute. At MSG I was so happy to see her again...watching an angel once in your life will change you, but seeing one twice will make your heart sing to the heavens. This was such a good thing. Mind-blowing isnt the right word for what she is but its the first thing that comes to mind. I am not prepared to forget the times i saw her. i wanted to scream and cheer so loud at madison square garden, but there was an eight year old there with his sister and his father. I screamed so loud after every song at the tonic...i wanted to get her autograph so bad. i bought soviet kitsch and songs. i wanted to buy 11:11 at MSG, but they didnt sell it from what they told me. the strokes performance was so amazing that i thought i was going to have a heart attack. it was so sweet when regina sang with julian on the second to last song...its one of the best songs that the strokes have done. i went on the 30th. the more i listen to songs and soviet kitsch, the more i become smitten with her voice and sound. she is truely beautiful. god gave us an angel with a piano and a voice of a syren. she can hypnotize you and make you fall in love with her art and soul. :!: :shock:
  10. [u]Madison Square Garden Goddess[/u]

    I saw regina at MSG and she was amazing...after the tonic i cried, i was so moved...I went there because my friend Matt who plays in Levy told me regina was going to be there...i went and i was so amazed at watching the angel play so close...she glowed...i swear i saw her glow and it wasnt the headlights...i loved it when she sang that song and asked everyone to sing the chorus America...she was so fun...tipsy and cute. At MSG I was so happy to see her again...watching an angel once in your life will change you, but seeing one twice will make your heart sing to the heavens. This was such a good thing. Mind-blowing isnt the right word for what she is but its the first thing that comes to mind. I am not prepared to forget the times i saw her. i wanted to scream and cheer so loud at madison square garden, but there was an eight year old there with his sister and his father. I screamed so loud after every song at the tonic...i wanted to get her autograph so bad. i bought soviet kitsch and songs. i wanted to buy 11:11 at MSG, but they didnt sell it from what they told me. the strokes performance was so amazing that i thought i was going to have a heart attack. it was so sweet when regina sang with julian on the second to last song...its one of the best songs that the strokes have done. i went on the 30th. the more i listen to songs and soviet kitsch, the more i become smitten with her voice and sound. she is truely beautiful. god gave us an angel with a piano and a voice of a syren. she can hypnotize you and make you fall in love with her art and soul. :!: :shock:
  11. the strokes

    if i saw my two favorite performers together, id pass out from all the audio stimulation. julian casablancas from the strokes and regina should definitely make a single together...it would be a good idea...an interesting sound...such a cliche thought, but...im not one for brilliant thoughts...
  12. is this against the rules?

    my idea was doing something amazingly simple, but its delicious. its old bulgarian tradition...times like these, i cravvvvvve it! :shock:
  13. Sweetest One Reginka.

    Regina is the most absolute inspirational thing ive ever seen and heard in my life...i am much like her...my parents are bulgarian and russian. they moved to NewYork a month before i was born. my parents call me Radinka. i feel like my father knows every bulgarian in NY city because it certainly looks that way. i feel like such a little nerd ops: :roll: posting this, but i love music as much as i ever could. i love the strokes. i love the white stripes. i love jazz, blues, classical, and techno sounds...i write and i love memories more than anyone ive ever seen...i play the guitar and i sing. i do that to most of regina's songs...a person on thestrokes.com told me about how amazing you are and that regina is set to play with the strokes on a few dates...i went to the site, and just melted when i heard Sampson...
  14. Sweetest One Reginka.

    Regina is the most absolute inspirational thing ive ever seen and heard in my life...i am much like her...my parents are bulgarian and russian. they moved to NewYork a month before i was born. my parents call me Radinka. i feel like my father knows every bulgarian in NY city because it certainly looks that way. i feel like such a little nerd ops: :roll: posting this, but i love music as much as i ever could. i love the strokes. i love the white stripes. i love jazz, blues, classical, and techno sounds...i write and i love memories more than anyone ive ever seen...i play the guitar and i sing. i do that to most of regina's songs...a person on thestrokes.com told me about how amazing you are and that regina is set to play with the strokes on a few dates...i went to the site, and just melted when i heard Sampson...