I am really happy with how our recording of Hold On turned out. I think that, in no small part due to misslake's contribution, this may be my favorite musical track that i have ever taken part in.
I recall asking earlier about whether or not I was the only one who was collaborating with non-husians in the MFC (in this case, SMUT guitarist Wooden Jim played guitar and harmonica as well as doing the mixing). Particularly I am curious about whether or not Super Happy Motivated Rock Band is a one man effort (paging cam!). Also, Driusan's entry in the present MFC brings to mind the question is that actually our good friend D to the Riu's singing voice and if so: wow.
Furthermore I have noticed a lot of MFC regulars making noises that they may not be entering the Tom Waits iteration. This is simply unacceptable. The power of RTFO compels you.
MFC - Future
I have a few ideas for future MFCs to break us from the trend of artist based challenges (not that they haven't all been excellent).
- MNS' and blixco's renditions of "You're Not My Girlfriend Anymore" reaffirmed my belief that a lyrics based challenge could be fantastic. The MFCs always bring in a very wide range of genres and approaches to music making and I think it would be a lot of fun to make a bunch of different interpretations of the same lyrics.
- The meta-MFC where every submission has to be a cover or remix of a previous MFC entry (or perhaps just of a song by another HuSer, thus bringing the large and impressive bodies of work of the likes of MNS and cam into play)
- Songs from and inspired by A Day in the Life of a Cheeseburger (The Musical)
Does anyone need storage space for a totally legal offsite backup of Mule Variations?
If so, I can provide.
Also, does anyone have any advice on how i would go about procuring an AVI of a very specific Conan O'Brien episode from three years ago? Specifically the episode aired November 6th 2003 on which the good doctor Hunter S. Thompson appeared as a guest?
Sometimes on my home computer, while visiting HuSi, the loading pointer will appear, then begin to flicker extremely rapidly and my browser will become completely unresponsive. upon investigation with of the process it will appear to be completely halted, but not to have a memory leak or anything. my only recourse is to kill the process at which point i restart the browser and everything is fine. this happens with great regularity (though not 100%) when i visit the "Your Files" page. However, it has happened on other parts of the site as well.
Strangely, I never noticed this to happen on any site other than Husi, nor does it happen on other computers that i use with very similar installs.
I am running the latest stable Firefox build available from the universe repositories on Ubuntu Hoary Hedgehog.
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