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About LinneaS

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    Party Girl / Boy

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    Minneapolis, MN, USA
  • Interests
    Hiking, canoeing, reading, travel, playing guitar
  • Favourite U2 Album
    No Line on the Horizon
  • First U2 Gig
    Minneapolis, 7/23/11
  • Favourite U2 Person
  • Fav. Other Bands
    Roxette, Bon Jovi, The Jets, Savage Garden, Nickelback

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  1. Anjana, I just saw it on Amazon, available for preorder, including the CD. Maybe it was a temporary glitch. When I searched, it was there, almost at the bottom of the page.
  2. Shirley, you probably didn't mean it that way, but that came off as kind of insensitive. I've battled depression and known people who have committed suicide. It is NOT as easy as you make it sound. Imagine waking up EVERY DAY under a cloudy, rainy sky, and feeling like your entire life is going wrong, no matter WHAT you do. THAT's what depression is like. And it's not just a matter of willpower, either- there is a biological component to depression, and some people have to take antidepressants on a regular basis. Good for Adam for continuing to raise awareness on this!!
  3. I don't really care how long it takes the band to come out with a new album, as I know pretty much whatever they do will be better than the VAST majority of what's played on the radio these days. I just wish they'd quit with the teasing... telling the media and the fans that "oh, yeah, it'll definitely be out by such-and-such month" and then with that time comes, it's "oops, sorry, we've run into problems..." They really need to make a policy of NOT saying anything until the album is actually WELL on it's way to being done (i.e., in post-production) and they can give a pretty solid estimate of when it'll actually be complete and on it's way to stores.
  4. My hometown of Minneapolis for me... I really don't have the $$ to travel anywhere.
  5. Hey everyone, I know I haven't been around much! A song by Roxette (remember them?) that I came across recently that makes me smile. Church of Your Heart Can we leave the world outside, just for awhile, just for awhile And spend some time, you and I, under this bright, glorious sky? It's been so long since I first saw you, But I still love that smile in your eyes Yes it's true, right from the start, I believed in the church of your heart Yes it's you, that made me be part of, and believe in the church of your heart Step inside, lay yourself down, just for awhile, rest for awhile I can hear a thundering sound, beating inside, when you're around It's been so long since I first met you, Since we made love, you know how time flies Yes it's true, right from the start, I believed in the church of your heart Yes it's you, that made me be part of, and believe in the church of your heart I know I also have a poem I really like somewhere... I'll post it if I can find it.
  6. "So fill to me the parting glass, and drink a health what e'er befall And gently rise and softly call, good night and joy be to you all!" --The Parting Glass
  7. Ellis Island~ sung by Brian Dunphy Isle of hope, isle of tears, isle of freedom, isle of fears, But it's not the isle you left behind That isle of hunger, isle of pain, isle you'll never see again, But the isle of home is always on your mind (written by Brendan Graham)
  8. One Voice and Calling All Angels~ The Wailin' Jennys
  9. Here's what I was just listening to: Also still hooked on the High Kings, especially their versions of Fields of Athenry and Red Is the Rose:
  10. Was just listening to Ordinary Miracle by Sarah McLachlan. Love that song.
  11. http://www.thehighkings.com Here's a sample:
  12. I went to the Irish Fair of MN yesterday, and saw a marvelous folk group from Ireland called The High Kings. Listening to one of their CD's right now.
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