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Reply #120 posted 02/28/07 10:14am

groovyiau

JDODSONandFlashpointe said:

groovyiau said:

we bean stuk at 117 for a while.....

Its interesting.....

People go to specific places and listen to preachers n people
that have been told by God to tell people stuff....

so they say..... ?


118..... biggrin


People say they want a leader, but they can't seem to make up their mind....




120.... I like this number.... biggrin
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Reply #121 posted 02/28/07 5:20pm

loveletter

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groovyiau said:

JDODSONandFlashpointe said:



People say they want a leader, but they can't seem to make up their mind....




120.... I like this number.... biggrin



The DownLoad Society wishes to thank everyone who ordered Gutter Trash: The Last Days of Vanity. we will keep you informed on how the proceeds were distrubited via A Perfect World.

again thank you for the support.

-DreamFirstBorn, Jew
within this Loveletter
Special Thanks 2 Paisley Park and The DownLoad Society
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Reply #122 posted 03/03/07 8:06am

SpecialEd

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The Quicktime movie links at NFO website aren't working for me. Says missing components which aren't available at Quicktime website. I have the latest update. Any ideas?
Glug, glug like a mug
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Reply #123 posted 03/03/07 8:51am

groovyiau

SpecialEd said:

The Quicktime movie links at NFO website aren't working for me. Says missing components which aren't available at Quicktime website. I have the latest update. Any ideas?



this will get you to thier
pre - sqweezen out something new..... vid's
http://www.youtube.com/pr...oadSociety

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Reply #124 posted 03/05/07 1:20pm

loveletter

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first review....


MY Pysko Song Review by UK E-magazine blog *Large Mention of The NewFunkOrder Please Read
posted by sam1942 at 5:57 AM 0 comments
An Explosive Day Of Insanity...
Wailing, wild and dipped in compelling mania, this latest single from DreamFirstBorn is to be released to kick start the launch of his second album; Gutter Trash: The Last Days of Vanity. Released through the independent empire of New Funk Order, this track, about a kidnapper of a young female artist, is perfectly titled, ‘My Psyko Song.’ Like an electrified zombie, the energy of this artist’s performance is disturbingly creative to the point of bowing down gracefully to the Gods Of Punk.

By resurrecting the wildness of the obliterating Punk scene, this style maybe nearly thirty years old, yet it still holds some great significance to the way artists’ compose today. This track is aggressively appealing complete with all the ‘oo’s’ and ‘arh’s’ of a Mowtown backing group. It’s hyper hysterical performer is ready to pull out his hair with angst at any given moment.

It’s a stunning piece of new age Punk that still produces the same rawness and edge of the Malcolm MacLaren, The Damned and The Buzzcocks era, but without the pink and blue hair and safety pins. Punk Funk it could be classed, even so, it’s energised, basic and stripped of all that it neurotically mass produced and commercial.


=====


If you’re passionate, like the rest of us about keeping the bareness of pure artist composition alive, then I strong suggest checking out http://www.newfunkorder.com/ for that very reason. It is littered with artists on the cutting edge of a new generation of retrospective punk, rock and funk. The downloads are free as well as numerous pages on the mission of the site and it’s members. The idea is to ‘ensure the continual freedom of music and the arts.’ Thus performing the following actions;

‘Providing original music and other art works freely to the public.’

‘The artists duly reap in personal recognition..’

‘Ensure the artists continually have complete control over their music and their rights….’

It is an organisation that needs your support. If you’re an artist with dreams and need a stage to perform and get noticed then they need you to!

Musicians with hearts, compositions and with instruments in their hands are very welcome!
Special Thanks 2 Paisley Park and The DownLoad Society
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Reply #125 posted 03/06/07 10:39am

Styles

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clapping

thumbs up!


peace


Jshua
[Edited 3/6/07 10:40am]
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Reply #126 posted 03/07/07 2:08pm

JDODSONandFlas
hpointe

loveletter said:

first review....


MY Pysko Song Review by UK E-magazine blog *Large Mention of The NewFunkOrder Please Read
posted by sam1942 at 5:57 AM 0 comments
An Explosive Day Of Insanity...
Wailing, wild and dipped in compelling mania, this latest single from DreamFirstBorn is to be released to kick start the launch of his second album; Gutter Trash: The Last Days of Vanity. Released through the independent empire of New Funk Order, this track, about a kidnapper of a young female artist, is perfectly titled, ‘My Psyko Song.’ Like an electrified zombie, the energy of this artist’s performance is disturbingly creative to the point of bowing down gracefully to the Gods Of Punk.

By resurrecting the wildness of the obliterating Punk scene, this style maybe nearly thirty years old, yet it still holds some great significance to the way artists’ compose today. This track is aggressively appealing complete with all the ‘oo’s’ and ‘arh’s’ of a Mowtown backing group. It’s hyper hysterical performer is ready to pull out his hair with angst at any given moment.

It’s a stunning piece of new age Punk that still produces the same rawness and edge of the Malcolm MacLaren, The Damned and The Buzzcocks era, but without the pink and blue hair and safety pins. Punk Funk it could be classed, even so, it’s energised, basic and stripped of all that it neurotically mass produced and commercial.


=====


If you’re passionate, like the rest of us about keeping the bareness of pure artist composition alive, then I strong suggest checking out http://www.newfunkorder.com/ for that very reason. It is littered with artists on the cutting edge of a new generation of retrospective punk, rock and funk. The downloads are free as well as numerous pages on the mission of the site and it’s members. The idea is to ‘ensure the continual freedom of music and the arts.’ Thus performing the following actions;

‘Providing original music and other art works freely to the public.’

‘The artists duly reap in personal recognition..’

‘Ensure the artists continually have complete control over their music and their rights….’

It is an organisation that needs your support. If you’re an artist with dreams and need a stage to perform and get noticed then they need you to!

Musicians with hearts, compositions and with instruments in their hands are very welcome!


You gonna make me cry brutha! I love you! hug Thanks for those words!
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Reply #127 posted 03/07/07 2:16pm

JDODSONandFlas
hpointe

loveletter said:

first review....


MY Pysko Song Review by UK E-magazine blog *Large Mention of The NewFunkOrder Please Read
posted by sam1942 at 5:57 AM 0 comments
An Explosive Day Of Insanity...
Wailing, wild and dipped in compelling mania, this latest single from DreamFirstBorn is to be released to kick start the launch of his second album; Gutter Trash: The Last Days of Vanity. Released through the independent empire of New Funk Order, this track, about a kidnapper of a young female artist, is perfectly titled, ‘My Psyko Song.’ Like an electrified zombie, the energy of this artist’s performance is disturbingly creative to the point of bowing down gracefully to the Gods Of Punk.

By resurrecting the wildness of the obliterating Punk scene, this style maybe nearly thirty years old, yet it still holds some great significance to the way artists’ compose today. This track is aggressively appealing complete with all the ‘oo’s’ and ‘arh’s’ of a Mowtown backing group. It’s hyper hysterical performer is ready to pull out his hair with angst at any given moment.

It’s a stunning piece of new age Punk that still produces the same rawness and edge of the Malcolm MacLaren, The Damned and The Buzzcocks era, but without the pink and blue hair and safety pins. Punk Funk it could be classed, even so, it’s energised, basic and stripped of all that it neurotically mass produced and commercial.


=====


If you’re passionate, like the rest of us about keeping the bareness of pure artist composition alive, then I strong suggest checking out http://www.newfunkorder.com/ for that very reason. It is littered with artists on the cutting edge of a new generation of retrospective punk, rock and funk. The downloads are free as well as numerous pages on the mission of the site and it’s members. The idea is to ‘ensure the continual freedom of music and the arts.’ Thus performing the following actions;

‘Providing original music and other art works freely to the public.’

‘The artists duly reap in personal recognition..’

‘Ensure the artists continually have complete control over their music and their rights….’

It is an organisation that needs your support. If you’re an artist with dreams and need a stage to perform and get noticed then they need you to!

Musicians with hearts, compositions and with instruments in their hands are very welcome!


That is very cool that people are beginning to give you recognition. You most definitely deserve the good press!

JD
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Reply #128 posted 03/08/07 12:48pm

SpecialEd

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groovyiau said:

SpecialEd said:

The Quicktime movie links at NFO website aren't working for me. Says missing components which aren't available at Quicktime website. I have the latest update. Any ideas?



this will get you to thier
pre - sqweezen out something new..... vid's
http://www.youtube.com/pr...oadSociety

biggrin


Thanks, any ideas on why quicktime wouldn't work directly?
Glug, glug like a mug
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Reply #129 posted 03/10/07 11:07pm

dreamfirstborn

welcome to the new.....


my identity has been validated
and i am among you
welcome to the new
what was.....

is.

and what is...

is New.



this is the first verse.
Special Thanks 2 you my friend
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Reply #130 posted 04/03/07 7:24am

therapyisback

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disbelief so sad to read so much negativity towards a project, and, more importantly, how very rude. I wonder out of all those slagging it off, who gets involved with the process of nurturing art and creativity in their life? Most artists I know, working with what ever medium, have a respect for the process involved in creating what everyone will ultimately see as the 'end result'. Even music etc that I don't like, unless it is just trying to make money and has no artistry to it, I would never call the work crap, it is just not what I prefer to hear and I might not like it. There's a world of difference between saying one doesn't like something to saying that something is out and out crap - come on, surely respect for an artists craft is worth upholding?

I think what this thread shows in this respect, is how unskilled some people are at giving feedback about another persons work; the skill level extending to a cross between a pet gorilla and a 5 year old child at best.

What this thread also shows is the time, care and love put into a really worthwhile project.
[Edited 4/3/07 7:37am]
That's right, you are Divinity
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Reply #131 posted 04/03/07 3:10pm

dreamfirstborn

therapyisback said:

disbelief so sad to read so much negativity towards a project, and, more importantly, how very rude. I wonder out of all those slagging it off, who gets involved with the process of nurturing art and creativity in their life? Most artists I know, working with what ever medium, have a respect for the process involved in creating what everyone will ultimately see as the 'end result'. Even music etc that I don't like, unless it is just trying to make money and has no artistry to it, I would never call the work crap, it is just not what I prefer to hear and I might not like it. There's a world of difference between saying one doesn't like something to saying that something is out and out crap - come on, surely respect for an artists craft is worth upholding?

I think what this thread shows in this respect, is how unskilled some people are at giving feedback about another persons work; the skill level extending to a cross between a pet gorilla and a 5 year old child at best.

What this thread also shows is the time, care and love put into a really worthwhile project.
[Edited 4/3/07 7:37am]


thank you
Special Thanks 2 you my friend
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Reply #132 posted 04/03/07 11:12pm

groovyiau

NFO said:



The new conceptual album from the illuminated and dark cornered mind of DreamFirstBorn, Jew. A true work of art about life, death, love, loss and the seemingly endless maze from each emotional situation to the next. What started as an experiment to shed light on that side to all of us that we try to ignore and insist is not there, with the writing process this experimental life style quickly became a very dark reality with very sporatic but hopeful breaks of sunlight in the maze and carnival of the New York City streets. The following is a true story and is intended to uplift you, comfort you and help you to realize that in times like these, there is nothing more powerful than true love, for these are the last days of vanity.

Proceeds from the sales of this experience through cafepress.com will go to the In A Perfect Word Foundation.

It is an honor to present to you DreamFirstBorn, Jew's Gutter Trash: The Last Days of Vanity"


- William Ryan George



See the Ad: http://newfunkorder.com/G...Index.html

Buy from iTunes: http://phobos.apple.com/W...=212087777

Buy from Cafepress: http://www.cafepress.com/guttertrash

In A Perfect Word Foundation.
The In a Perfect World Foundation seeks to inspire and empower children to become compassionate, socially-conscious and responsible leaders.

We believe that when we give children and youth the platform and experience to allow their dreams, ideas, and thoughts to be heard and shared, their innate desire for ‘a perfect world’ can and will lead to breakthrough measures that could significantly change the outlook of the future!

The In a Perfect World Foundation, a new charitable organization, was incorporated in Minneapolis, Minnesota in late 2005. The mission of this foundation is to help children around the country become compassionate, socially-conscious, and responsible leaders. Manuela Testolini Nelson, a passionate philanthropist, is the founder of the In a Perfect World Foundation.

The Videos
Episode I: "My Psyko Song" http://newfunkorder.com/Video/MPS.html
Episode II: "Flavor Pill" http://newfunkorder.com/V...rPill.html
Episode III: "Blame it on Vanity" http://newfunkorder.com/Video/BIOV.html



how much is a shirt?
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Reply #133 posted 04/04/07 11:11am

groovyiau

i didda re-mix of your soap on the sink.... lol

its sorta like like babbullghum
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