PsykoticNekrotic

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  1. Good News Thread!

    FAR
  2. Favorite Regina song at the moment?

    'Us' is my favorite song ever by anyone and probably always will be. Thank you so so much for playing it at the Beacon, Regina!
  3. Beacon Theatre - June 17, 2009

    Just got back from the concert like 30 minutes ago! Best experience of my life, NO JOKE! Regina was SOOOO AMAZING!!!! [oh and btw rofl there's 1111 topics in the "shows" thread ahahaha]
  4. medulla

    Medúlla is probably her strangest album... but it is amazing!!! My favorites from it are probably Mouth's Cradle, Where Is the Line, and Who Is It. And Miðvikudags is the coolest name ever, haha. Homogenic is probably my favorite Björk album though. Well, yeah, k thnx bye.
  5. New music we should all hear

    Well, I have a crapload of suggestions for you all, so here goes: Așa - She's Nigerian; I've heard she's pretty big in Europe right now. She sings in Yoruba sometimes, it's cool. Autechre - Great electronic duo, but I don't know if Regina fans will like them, Autechre is almost the polar opposite of Regina. Björk - OK, c'mon, we've all heard of her before, right? I sure hope so. Emilíana Torrini - She's Icelandic (like Björk) and she's really great. She has one trip-hop, Björk-like album, and her others are more Regina-esque; you fellow Reg-fans should definitely check her out. Fiona Apple - Well, I'm sure most of you have heard of her. Some of her songs are quite Regina-esque. Fuck Buttons - OK. This is a drone music duo; you might find their music "hard to listen to," but they are amazing. Holly Brook - Amazing girl. She is similar to Sarah McLachlan. The Hush Sound - One of my favorite bands. I extremely recommend listening to "Wine Red" or "Medicine Man" or any of their songs. Imogen Heap - Totally great. My favorite song by her is "Daylight Robbery" and it is one of my all time favorite songs. Ingrid Michaelson - Again, totally great. You've probably heard "The Way I Am" by her; great song. Joanna Newsom - I know she's been discussed here before, but just to reinforce: she is quite incredible. Kate Nash - You just have to love her! Listen to "Foundations" by her. Lenka - She is quite cutesy, I just love it! Shugo Tokumaru - I highly reccomend listening to his album Exit. It's just totally, bafflingly amazing. If you can't get your hands on the whole album, just listen to "Clocca". Sufjan Stevens - You have to listen to "Chicago". Sufjan is one of my favorite artists; His music is folksy and amazing. Well. K thnx bye.
  6. What are you listening to right now?

    (Wow, over 330 pages on one topic? Haha.) Listening to Us right now. Yep. Reginapride. Us is my fave Regina song right now, and pretty much always has been.
  7. who have you converted to Reginaism?

    Oooh, I'm quite active in trying to spread the Reginaism around, but I don't try to if I know they won't like her music or if they aren't "worthy" or whatever. I've gotten three of my close friends and my art teacher totally hooked on her, and my physics teacher already knew about her but I helped him get into her music more than he already was. I also got two of my other close friends kinda hooked on her, and some of my mom's friends. I gave my art teacher a mix CD of Regina's music because she asked for some Regina music from me, and we listened to almost all of it during one art class it was so awesome because everyone was immersed in the musical equivalent of whatever your favorite thing is. I got some people singing when "Fidelity" started, and her music began to grow on most of the class. Yeah. K thnx bye. (Edit: Fixed a spelling mistake (Yeah I'm OCD like that.))
  8. Soup in restaurants you've been to

    Ooooh I love French Onion soup, and Old Lyme isn't too far away from me, even though it's kinda on the other side of the state (closer than Boston at least). If I'm ever headed that way I'll try to keep that in mind! Thanks!
  9. What's wrong with political threads?

    Yeah... sorry, but a political thread with me would not be good... I tend to get a little bit excited over politics and such... and a political fight could end up as something else, for example, while discussing our position on some controversial topics in politics today, such as abortion or gay marraige, could lead to a religious fight, and that would not be good... (especially with me... *take a look at my sig*) Yeah... I would like a political thread, but it'd probably get out-of-hand.
  10. Soup in restaurants you've been to

    M'kay, this is where I hope people will post their experiences with soup in restaurants. I'll start: OK, so, after visiting the Tower of London (I was in London for a day during my spring break; I flew into London on my way to Budapest and my mother had decided that we stay in London for a day) it was time for lunch, so my mother and I began searching around for a restaurant, and we found this Japanese noodle bar called Wagamama and I ordered this soup called miso ramen... it was the best soup I've ever had... ever. It was spicy and full of beef and veggies and it was so delicious. So anyways, I was so enthralled by the miso ramen that I went on the Wagamama website when I returned from my trip and found that there are two Wagamamas in North America: both in Boston (about an hour and a half away from me). We went to Boston with our family friends some months later and we went to Wagamama and I got the miso ramen and it was DELICIOUS... OH MY GOD HOW SURPRISING (lol). So yeah anyone in London or Boston etc actually nvm EVERYONE should see where the nearest Wagamama is to them and GO THERE because its delicious and oh my God I've been rambling .... ... sorry about that... so yeah....... k thnx bye
  11. Soup in restaurants you've been to

    M'kay, this is where I hope people will post their experiences with soup in restaurants. I'll start: OK, so, after visiting the Tower of London (I was in London for a day during my spring break; I flew into London on my way to Budapest and my mother had decided that we stay in London for a day) it was time for lunch, so my mother and I began searching around for a restaurant, and we found this Japanese noodle bar called Wagamama and I ordered this soup called miso ramen... it was the best soup I've ever had... ever. It was spicy and full of beef and veggies and it was so delicious. So anyways, I was so enthralled by the miso ramen that I went on the Wagamama website when I returned from my trip and found that there are two Wagamamas in North America: both in Boston (about an hour and a half away from me). We went to Boston with our family friends some months later and we went to Wagamama and I got the miso ramen and it was DELICIOUS... OH MY GOD HOW SURPRISING (lol). So yeah anyone in London or Boston etc actually nvm EVERYONE should see where the nearest Wagamama is to them and GO THERE because its delicious and oh my God I've been rambling .... ... sorry about that... so yeah....... k thnx bye