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pinqushionqueen
16 February 2009 @ 09:58 am
I think the only Deftones I had heard up to this point was the album that made them big. Not sure which it was, I'll find out and edit this later.

But, my experiences at the Chart Music driven HMV, where I have been working since last December has opened my eyes to some music that I not normally give the time of day. Currently I am really into the Deftones album WHITE PONY. (Thanks Dane). This is a great album. The drum beats are unusual and I really dig them. Maynard, does some guest singing on this album, and I bellieve anything he touches turns to gold. Theres a few songs I dont care for, but generally like the sound of the album. Check it out.

Other bands that have been growing on me are as follows.

Brand New - The Devil and God are raging Inside me (This is give or take. I like about half the album)

City and Colour (Not into Alexis on Fire, or so i thought. The newer AOF album is tolorable and also should be added to this list, but City and Colour is pretty interesting and worth a listen if your in the mood for something chill.
 
 
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pinqushionqueen
04 October 2007 @ 10:23 am
 
 
pinqushionqueen
26 July 2007 @ 12:33 pm
Hey Gang,

This Saturday, July 28, from 9am to 5pm
and Sunday, July 29, from noon to 5pm

HUGE OUTDOOR TENT SALE:

In the parking lot BEHIND Dr Disc and Sonic Unyon (respectively located at 20 and 22 Wilson St. Hamilton ON) CDs and DVDs - priced from $1!
DJ and PA gear BLOWOUT!
Refreshments! Giveaways!
and LIVE music!

Bands confirmed for Saturday:

Kilhuminzu
www.myspace.com/kilhuminzu
fire:end:water
www.myspace.com/fireendwater
Vatican Chainsaw Massacre
www.myspace.com/vaticanchainsawmassacre
 
 
 
pinqushionqueen
17 July 2007 @ 08:00 pm
Dev and I went camping this past weekend up North, despite the rain it was amazing and I didnt want to leave. I think we are planning to hike the Bruce trail from Hamilton to Tobermory next spring/summer. Anyone want to pick us up in Tobermory? We'll be nice and stinky Im sure by then.

The first night we arrived at our "wooded capsite" in Red Bay. It was not as secluded as we thought it was going to be from the website, but more secluded than your average campground. The campsites next to us were far enough away that we could not see them, so that was good enough. We set up camp and ventured to the nearest beach which was breathtaking. We walked out 200 meters and the water never went higher than halfway to our knees. It was also soo clear, you could see right to the bottom perfectly.

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The Beach had a Slide....whoooo
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The next morning it was about to rain so we drove to Tobermory and had an yummy breakfast and bought rain jackets. Then we took an hour drive deep into the woods to find a lighthouse and a "flower pot" or (rock erosion formation). Stopped at a native craft teepee and bought two great books (The Manitous, and A Natural and Fabulous History of Ravens and Crows) and Dev bought a sweet t shirt. Then it was really pouring so we toured into the woods some more and took a gander at the Singing Sands.

Finally the rain stopped and we could do some hiking. We visiting the "Log Dump" which is actually just a trail that leads to a beautiful beach full of rock. Dev climbed a forming flower pot.

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Then we went for a bigger hike to the Indian Head Cove which is full of caves and such. We climbed into the ones that we could access without being fearful of our lives. You can see the layers of rock under the water and where they drop off into oblivian. The trails were beautiful.

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After the hike we toured back to camp and cooked some dinner. The next morning we had breakfast at Sauble Beach.

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pinqushionqueen
04 June 2007 @ 12:40 pm
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pinqushionqueen
08 May 2007 @ 12:49 pm

Some photos, unfortunatly I didnt get too many good ones, its hard to take photos in a moving van.

Okanagan Valley..

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Glacier National Park, this was awesome, we saw some avalanches. These are the biggest mountains Iv ever seen, the pics I got dont do them any justice.

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Rocky Mountain Range near Golden BC

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Soes other mountain pics..

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Banff BC

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and a forest fire site way the hell up North, we were so far north they spoke French. There was a two hours stretch with absolutly nothing at all, not even a gas station. The Polar Bear express train leaves from this area.

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That is all my mom got way better pics I will scan them eventually.

 
 
pinqushionqueen
13 January 2007 @ 11:25 am
The Mississippi River (this was awesome...)

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Minneapolis

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Milwaukee

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miller brewery...

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Montana (didnt get mountain pics cause it was dark)

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leaving mountains.. montana

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Driving along coast in Washinton State

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pinqushionqueen
13 January 2007 @ 11:12 am
Seattle

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Science Fiction Museum / Seattle Music Experience

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On the Train

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North Dakoda

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Red Wing Minnesota

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