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  1. Para just means paranoid Calling someone a waste of space and air is not okay.
  2. Its such a great performance! I love that 12 string guitar
  3. My behaviour was despicable? Sorry but Chevy called someone a waste of space and air, that is despicable
  4. As I said before if a mod removes it then I'm fine with that, you however are not a mod.
  5. Bruce Inc is not gonna shut you down for this, in Scotland I'd call you para
  6. So over on our subreddit discord, one of our moderators, u/ragamuffingunner, wrote about how these songs trace Bruce's relationship with his father, I thought it was really awesome and then thought it'd be cool to do it with live performances, especially those that have monologues. Adam Raised a Cain is the confrontation with his father, Independance Day is the departure, My Father's House is the realisation that it's too late to recover what's lost, Living Proof is Bruce realising that its maybe not too late for him and then Long Time Comin' is the "I ain't gonna fuck it up". Adam Raised a Cain Live at The Roxy: I'd say this is the most raw and angry performance of this song which really captures the idea of that confrontation between Bruce and his father Independance Day Live Nassau 29th December: imo this is the best performance of this song, it's so emotional. The opening monologue doesn't totally relate to his dad and the idea of this departure but Bruce talks about living in a small town and how big things can seem scary. Even here though, you can hear Bruce beginning to understand why his father is the way he is. The outro is really the emotional kicker though, "why can't you just say goodbye...after all this time...I wanna know why you can't just say it...why won't you look at me...why can't you just look at me." My Father's House Christic: This performance really speaks to the idea of the it being too late to recover something that is lost. Prior to the performance Bruce talks about how for a long time he was driving past old houses he lived in and his therapist says how he's trying to go back to fix something. Just before Bruce starts playing he says "that is what I was doing...but you can't." Living Proof MTV Plugged Show: I'm going with this performance because I haven't heard too many of this song. I love what u/ragamuffingunner said about the opening guitar riff being so menacing but comforting, like a father, who knows if Bruce meant that but it's great. I feel like the song builds to this huge emotional catharsis that just explodes at the end as the synths and guitar rage in the outpouring of emotion and final understanding. Long Time Comin' Broadway: I believe this is one of Bruce's most personal performances, he bares his soul here as he's taken away by his own words to the point of tears. It feels like Bruce and his father have reached this mutual understanding as Bruce's father petitions him to be an ancestor in his and his childs life and tries to prepare him for this new chapter. I've edited these into one file with the tracks fading into each other, should make for some good listening! Enjoy! Thanks for the idea to post here @sunshine2020
  7. "We actually did include Walk Like a Man in the initial draft and were 50-50 on including it here. We ultimately decided against it because of how tightly the MFH-LP flows on the live versions. In the studio versions though I always include WLAM." - Our Moderator RagaMuffinGunner put it best!
  8. I never thought of that, I'm no expert with this stuff lol, I just mixed it on audacity. Plus with my upload speeds a FLAC file would have been harder to share
  9. So over on our subreddit discord, one of our moderators, u/ragamuffingunner, wrote about how these songs trace Bruce's relationship with his father, I thought it was really awesome and then thought it'd be cool to do it with live performances, especially those that have monologues. Adam Raised a Cain is the confrontation with his father, Independance Day is the departure, My Father's House is the realisation that it's too late to recover what's lost, Living Proof is Bruce realising that its maybe not too late for him and then Long Time Comin' is the "I ain't gonna fuck it up". Adam Raised a Cain Live at The Roxy: I'd say this is the most raw and angry performance of this song which really captures the idea of that confrontation between Bruce and his father Independance Day Live Nassau 29th December: imo this is the best performance of this song, it's so emotional. The opening monologue doesn't totally relate to his dad and the idea of this departure but Bruce talks about living in a small town and how big things can seem scary. Even here though, you can hear Bruce beginning to understand why his father is the way he is. The outro is really the emotional kicker though, "why can't you just say goodbye...after all this time...I wanna know why you can't just say it...why won't you look at me...why can't you just look at me." My Father's House Christic: This performance really speaks to the idea of the it being too late to recover something that is lost. Prior to the performance Bruce talks about how for a long time he was driving past old houses he lived in and his therapist says how he's trying to go back to fix something. Just before Bruce starts playing he says "that is what I was doing...but you can't." Living Proof MTV Plugged Show: I'm going with this performance because I haven't heard too many of this song. I love what u/ragamuffingunner said about the opening guitar riff being so menacing but comforting, like a father, who knows if Bruce meant that but it's great. I feel like the song builds to this huge emotional catharsis that just explodes at the end as the synths and guitar rage in the outpouring of emotion and final understanding. Long Time Comin' Broadway: I believe this is one of Bruce's most personal performances, he bares his soul here as he's taken away by his own words to the point of tears. It feels like Bruce and his father have reached this mutual understanding as Bruce's father petitions him to be an ancestor in his and his childs life and tries to prepare him for this new chapter. I've edited these into one file with the tracks fading into each other, should make for some good listening! Enjoy!
  10. Hi, does anyone know anything about the guitar tone used on the MTV plugged show. It's probably hard to recreate but I'm interested anyways Thanks!
  11. I'll try it again but in the past this has never worked for me, I've had to rely on download links
  12. Would anyone be able to record and upload this? I can't get E Street Radio and with BTX down I can't get it there as I usually do It'd be really appreciated!
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