YTSEJAM digest 1599

Date: Mon Jun 03 1996 - 02:45:44 EDT

  • Next message: "YTSEJAM digest 1596"

                                YTSEJAM Digest 1599

    Today's Topics:

      1) The secret?
     by (Steffen Barabasch)
     by "Frank Benenati" <>
      3) Metropolis Pt. 2
     by Ben Laussade <>
      4) New DT home page, "Skyway of Nightmares"
     by Gregory Slang <>
      5) Re: YTSEJAM digest 1598
      6) Summer, LaBrie, Beach
     by Steve Borzilleri <>
      7) Lollapaloozer
      8) CD Player w/ Lyric display available (w/ DT lyrics)
     by (Robert Quezada)
      9) re: everything
     by Mason Pokladnik <>
     10) PLEASE READ THIS... pretty please?
     by (Ernesto Schnack)
     11) **New Dream Theater Web Page!**
     12) CD dubs of Mike Bahr's SUBCONSCIOUS
     13) Run From The Fans
     by James Peele <>
     14) Ytse-Survey Intl: FINAL RESULTS (It's finally over -- QR takes it)
     by "Steven C. Young" <>


    Date: Mon, 3 Jun 1996 00:22:23 +0200 (MESZ)
    From: (Steffen Barabasch)
    To: (Ytsejam - the Dream Theater mailing list)
    Subject: The secret?
    Message-ID: <>


    What a bore, Metropolis pt. 2... not that I don't like a song like that on
    the next album or whatever, but somehow I took it for granted... I never
    thought about that as a secret.

    Maybe it's somehow like my ex-girlfriend on one of John Petruccis workshops.
    Someone was asking why Kevin left the band and she said hey... why does he ask
    that, everyone knows why! Of course *everyone* did not know, *I* knew from
    interviews and this list (of course ;-)) and told her, so from her point of
    view it was obvious.

    Anyway, another song with a middle part like Metropolis can't be bad ...



    Date: Sun, 2 Jun 1996 19:25:12 -0400
    From: "Frank Benenati" <>
    To: "" <>
    Subject: GANDALF, STOP SMOKING CRACK!!!!!!!!
    Message-ID: <>

    > Hey Kids!!!!!
    > Hey Moojo, kind of funny that your post about rip saying things
    > about cows came right before yours.

            Ha!! Wasn't that funny!!????

    > I think you guys have fantasies about
    > cow tipping or something.

            Ooooh...all the time, MirthBitch......How about you Rip!!?????

    > And another thing. Two years from now, when the
    > Rangers are mired in last place, the Islanders ( minus the fisherman)
    > be winning their fifth Stanley Cup,

            Dude....stop smokin Crack.....The Fishlanders are gonna need a hell of a
    lot more than Five Years.....let alone two years!!

    >and if you hate Sports channel so much,
    > pay for M.S.G yourself!

            John...If anyone in the world knows what kindof poor motherfucker I should be you...thank you!

    > Not gonna post a top ten list, but I agree with D-man, No Alex
    > Lifeson is a SIN, just think, he influenced nearly every progressive
    > guitarist.

            Ahhh.....I dont think so..Alex is great.....dont get me wrong...don't
    place him on a pedastal , though....I dont think he wants to be there!

    > Alex is certainly the most overlooked member of RUSH, and wrongly so.

            If you were in a band with Geddy Lee and Neal would be
    overlooked too....

    > Anyone know what kind of Ride Cymbal Mike used to record I&W? I
    > the same one, and it is awesome. Any guesses guys?

            Uuuhhh.....Who gives a fuck....
            Ellen's silk underwear smells like, MirthMurderer

    J U S T S A Y M O J O!!!!

    P.S. Syrinx...Im sorry...I forgot to call you last week....I will call
    you Monday!


    Date: Sun, 2 Jun 1996 17:08:07 -0700
    From: Ben Laussade <>
    Subject: Metropolis Pt. 2
    Message-ID: <>

    Metropolis Pt. 2: >* Sleepless in Seattle

            Ha! Good one, BoLo. :-)

    >I saw the video of "until it sleeps" earlier tonight and man, I really
    >think that James Hetfield looks like Steve Sanders (Ian Zierning) from
    >Beverly Hills 90210. And I know everyone on this list watches 90210
    >because "innocence faded" is used as the theme song. :)

    That's not even funny. I'm gonna tell James that and he's gonna kick yer
    ass. :-)

    >just reminded me actually, the drummer for my old "band" (i use band in
    >this case VERY LOOSELY:) had this thing that looked liek a portable cd
    >player, but you put a cd in and it spun it really fast and cleaned it.
    >I've seen em around too, and they probably dont cost too much money.

    I've got one of those floating around somewhere.

    >hey is that koolaid on the cover of the new metallica album?

    Yeah. There's one song on Load called Poor Twisted Me. It was originally
    titled "Pour Twisted Me" and it's about how that walking, talking Kool-Aid
    pitcher goes crazy from too much sugar and ends up falling down and
    shattering all over the sidewalk. That's what the cover is a picture of. ;-)

            Two more days...two more days.....and, I have to buy another copy of
    TBA because my damned brother melted it in the back of his car. But, it's an
    excuse to get the CD when all I had was the tape. Welp...thazall, folx. :-)

    And I listen openly.
    Ben Laussade


    Date: Tue, 23 Apr 1996 09:56:31 -0400
    From: Gregory Slang <>
    To: "''" <>
    Subject: New DT home page, "Skyway of Nightmares"
    Message-ID: <>

    ------ =_NextPart_000_01BB3100.505C2E00
    Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
    Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

    I put together a new Dream Theater home page in my spare time during the =
    past few days. It's got some different features from the other pages out =
    there and I'm expanding it daily. For anyone who wants to take a look at =
    it, the address is: I'm open to =
    suggestions at this point, as I wouldn't call it completely done.

    Greg Slang,
    "Skyway of Nightmares",
    ------ =_NextPart_000_01BB3100.505C2E00
    Content-Type: application/ms-tnef
    Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64


    ------ =_NextPart_000_01BB3100.505C2E00--


    Date: Sun, 2 Jun 1996 22:12:31 -0400
    Subject: Re: YTSEJAM digest 1598
    Message-ID: <>

    My top ten Guitarists. ( No Particular Order )

    1) John Petrucci
    2) George Lynch
    3) Alex Skolnick
    4) Nuno Bettencourt
    5) Tom Morello ( Rage Against The Machine )
    6) Chris Oliva
    7) Frank Aresti
    8) Eddie Van Halen
    9) Marty Friedman
    10) Randy Rhoads


    Date: Sun, 2 Jun 1996 19:29:17 -0700 (PDT)
    From: Steve Borzilleri <>
    To: Dream Thespians <>
    Subject: Summer, LaBrie, Beach
    Message-ID: <>

    I agree with Skadz that Van Halen is perfect summer music. "Summer Nights"
    from 5150 is THE Ocean City, Maryland theme song for when you're stuck on
    the bridge, less than an hour from the beach, all thoughts on the days
    ahead. Ahh, giant black bat mounted on the front of the haunted house, how
    I shall gaze deeply into your eyes in a mere three weeks...

    > From: (Steffen Barabasch)
    > Subject: Musicians, MP, PMU, B.L.A.H.
    > I was just reading the last jam (still about 300 to go...) and I saw
    > this are-vocalists-musicians-thread. Look what Mike Portnoy said some
    > weeks ago:
    > Q: Is James involved in writing the music?
    > A: No, I don't think he ever will be, it's just because he's not a
    >    musician. [...] He doesn't play another instrument, so I don't think
    >    he really can contribute to the music...
    > Q: Wasn't he a drummer?
    > A: Yah... and I'm a piano player ;-)
    > So there you are, that's what the band thinks about that topic...

    Has anyone considerd the fact that DT has separate credits for "words" and "music" on their albums? All five members contribute to the final product of the "music," but I think Portnoy's point is that James doesn't sit down with everyone and go over the theory, the solos, etc. OF COURSE James has a hand in writing the vocal melodies and changes in the lyrics. Just look at "To Live Forever." They recorded that in the studio with quite a few different lyrics than the original version, more fitting to James' style of singing and operatic pronunciation. Could anyone in the band have done that, other than James LaBrie?

    Portnoy's point is that the music is written on the four endocanorus instruments. I doubt James just stands in the room while they jam and hums along with the rest of the band, spouting out impromptu vocal lines... Then you get something like "Long Island Expressway." :)

    ---- > From: > To: Muses and Mages <> > Subject: I Hate AOL. Beach. Choco-Behind. > > So I'm back from the Beach. Quite the experience. Aside from living > off of Hot Pockets (and Lean ones), Cool Ranch Doritos (they're actually > "Cooler" now, and the bag is appetizingly emblazoned with David > Robinson's armpits), and Froot Loops (including the new Smurf-Blue > ones), and being totally waxed 6 nights in a row, there were a few other > points o' interest that actually show a glimmer of relevance to Today's > Topics.

    (insert Homer Simpson fantasize-groan here) "Aaaaghghghghgh..."

    Ya makin' me dr00l, d00d.

    Bafu Vai


    Date: Sun, 2 Jun 1996 22:49:13 -0400 From: To: Subject: Lollapaloozer Message-ID: <>

    I saw the list of bands playing that dreaded festival... It doesn't look as bad as I thought it would be...

    Metallica Soundgarden The Ramones Screaming Trees Rancid and a few more bands whose names escape my memory...

    Admittedly, I own CDs by only one of those bands, but of all the mainstream stuff that's out there, it's really not that bad a deal... Before I knew which bands were playing, the thought of Metallica sharing a bill with someone on par with Oasis induced much vomiting... But much to my relief, it was not to be.

    "There's a blind desire...There's a drive...There's a need to lead some nasty feet."

    -Jim Matheos, "Monument" Elliott Kim, The Ytsejammer Formerly Known as


    Date: Mon, 03 Jun 1996 03:04:48 GMT From: (Robert Quezada) To: Subject: CD Player w/ Lyric display available (w/ DT lyrics) Message-ID: <>

    I just wanted to let you know that I put my CD Player on my home page. It has lyric display/index capability for CDs and runs under Windows95 and Windows NT. Remember that it's still a beta version and there may be bugs still in it. It's also Freeware, so it comes without any features disabled.

    Included are Lyric files created for I&W, Awake, and ACOS. The ACOS one has the song split up into 7 chapters. You can jump to any index by clicking the listbox.

    If anyone has improvements of the lyric files or have others that they've created, let me know. I can add a link on my Web page for it if you'd like.

    Soon, they will be a link on my page for the lyric files, but since the only ones available are the one's I've made, I haven't made it just yet.


    ********************************************* Visit RQ's Software Page at

    CinemaScope TV (NT 3.51+ only, not Win95) *req. Hauppauge's HighQ or Celebrity TV cards *View in Standard TV ratio (4:3) or Widescreen (16:9 , 2.35:1)

    RQ's CD Player (for NT/Win95) Now available!! *Uses special lyric files to view lyrics as they're sung. *Can download these lyric files from internet and use them without special configuration *Divide songs into indices


    Date: Sun, 2 Jun 1996 22:54:52 -0500 (CDT) From: Mason Pokladnik <> To: Subject: re: everything Message-ID: <>

    well lets see where to start... yes you can fix a cd with turtle wax as long as you make sure you buff it untill you get that mirror shine again. plus (helpful hint) when your done wipe from the center of the cd out to the edge this will reduce mistakes by noto having streaks parallel to the data on the disk.

    on portastudiozs. I don't know how many times you've played with bouncing tracks matt but I've never picked up HUGE amounts of noise due to bouncing tracks just the normal loss of clarity inherint in a second generation analog recording ( i know if the world were perfect we'd all be digital) by the way how ya feelin?

    and to those of you picking on slash I'd like to hear you all play that well in a constant state on inebriation (ooohhh good $.50 word)


    Adoni-Bezek fled, but they chased him and caught him, and cut off his thumbs and big toes. Judges 1:6

    ------------------------------------ -Mason Pokladnik - - - ------------------------------------


    Date: Mon, 3 Jun 1996 00:17:40 -0400 From: (Ernesto Schnack) To: Subject: PLEASE READ THIS... pretty please? Message-ID: <>


    OK, on to better things...

    about the CD skipping thing, my cousin once told me that a good way to stop that is by dipping the CD in water, and then drying it carefully w/ tissue paper. By carefully, I mean not rubbing, but dabbing te CD softly w/ the tissue. I've never tried it myself, but it apparently worked for him.

    >intro. Takes a while to build, but is worth the wait. An 8 Minute song, >it is one of the best things they've ever written and features some >good lead playing by Mr. Hammett. I hope they do it live. >

    >OUTLAW TORN Fades in, chunky guitar with cool effects, an epic 10 >minute song,

    Those Metallica guys, writing 8 and 10 min. songs. What sellouts!

    C-ya, wouldn't wanna B-ya!! Ernie :)


    Date: Mon, 3 Jun 1996 01:26:58 -0500 From: To: Subject: **New Dream Theater Web Page!** Message-ID: <>

    Well...After lots of work I have added my own Dream Theater page to the many that already exist. :) It's not too much but it is interactive in the sense that you are actually taking a poll.

    Among the graphics you will be asked a few questions. 1> What is your favorite album? and 2> Favorite song off each album.

    I will try and post the results in the jam every two weeks as it goes. I hope to see alot fo response to all this. :)

    The address is

    I am going to be adding a link to a picture of the tattoo that I have on my arm. Scanned it right off my arm actually. :)

    Thanx alot Jammers! Don't let me down!

    Fred Block

    -= Sent Via The Electric Cafe BBS! =- -= Telnet: WWW: =- -= Long Branch,NJ Info: =-


    Date: Mon, 3 Jun 1996 01:38:36 -0400 From: To:, Subject: CD dubs of Mike Bahr's SUBCONSCIOUS Message-ID: <>

    Just a quick note before the big mess to follow. If you send a money order I can mail the disc out without delay (usually 1 or 2 days after recieving payment). With a check I must wait 10 business days after I deposit it in order for my bank to tell me if it has cleared. I don't mind doing this but if you want it ASAP send a money order. :^)

    A quick way to order is to go to Jeff Chew's Home Page "Dream Theater's: Lifting Shadows" Thanks again Jeff! This page rules I was on it for almost two hours reading all the interviews and stuff! Just do it and prepare to be dazzled! :^) While you are there make sure you order Mike Bahr's current CD's, each release is better than the last so don't miss out on the original!

    Yes it is true as the subject line states I can make you a copy of SUBCONSCIOUS on CD. Now I say again that this is a COPY and it is not an original from some secret stock pile. :^) It WILL sound exactly the same as the original. It WILL NOT look exactly the same as the original. It WILL cost the same as the original. $25 U.S.

    Additional postage: USA free Canada / Mex $1.00 US Scandinavia $3.00 US Europe / UK $4.00 US Japan $5.00 US Aus/NZ/etc. $5.00 US

    Track List

    1. Eve (5:21) Live at the Limelight, New York City 3/4/93. 2. A Change of Seasons (19:19) Same as above. 3. O Holy Night (4:10) W/ Charlie Dominici 4. Carry That Weight/Golden Slumbers (6:13) 1988 W/ Charlie Dominici. 5. Don't Look Past Me (6:21) Majesty demo W/ John Hendricks. 6. Wanted: Dead or Alive (5:08) Spoof of the Bon Jovi song. 7. To Live Forever (acoustic) (4:54) From James LaBrie's vocal audition. 8. The Gorilla Session (excerpts) (2:59) Early Petrucci noodling. 9. Mission: Impossible Theme (1:17) 10. The Back Pain Jam (5:07) (RPM Warehouse) 10/25/94 Toronto, Canada 11. The Awake Heavy Jam (3:51) 12. Experimental (1:23) John Myung noodling. 13. Tears (3:09) Rush cover from Ronnie Scotts "Uncovered" London, 1-31-95 14. Winter (2:23) A Tori Amos cover, also from Ronnie Scotts "Uncovered". 15. Mystery track Compiled and Prodced by Mike Bahr, March, 1995

    I have received permission from Mike to do this and my intent is not to compete with him. I am doing this because I realize that there are a number of Jammers that missed out on SUBCONSCIOUS and I would like to help.

    > A note from Mike: > Hi everyone! I can't make any more, you're all well aware of >that. It seems like what Jim's doing here is a decent enough project... I >don't even know how he's going to cover costs because I barely did when I >was using much less expensive recording media. If you missed out on >Subconscious, this is your chance to at least get a CD copy of it. It >won't be the original, numbered, valuable collectible, but it will be the >same music on CD and that sure beats cassettes! :) For the record, as the >original creator of Subconscious, I give my blessing for this project to >go forward, and he might do Acoustic Dreams later; who knows! > >MTFBWY! Mike Bahr,

    Here is how I would like to work it. If you would like to order please copy and paste this into a reply with your info:


    I will e-mail each of you and ask that you send a money order in $U.S. I will accept a check but I must wait until it clears the bank, so this means your order will take longer to get to you. If you don't have the money now you may ask to be put on the WAIT order list. What this means is I will WAIT for you to e-mail me when you are able to send the money and I will then e-mail you with instructions on how to make payment. I ask that people do this so I know in advance how many blank CD's I need to purchase.

    Thanks, Jim Colberg


    Date: Mon, 3 Jun 1996 02:13:34 -0400 (EDT) From: James Peele <> To: Subject: Run From The Fans Message-ID: <>

    Hey - I did not know that about the speed... but I checked and you are right... It seems like it's about a half step slower! I always thought there was something strange about it but I certainly would not say it sounds horrible... In fact, it sounds 100 times better than Cygnus in my opinion...

    But Rush 'N' Roulette '92 is the best and most complete boot from the RtB tour, so if you can get your hands on that one, get it! I now have it and I really don't need Run From the Fans... The offer still stands but it does sound like the source tape was running about a half step slower than normal... ah well...

    Jay Peele


    Date: Sun, 2 Jun 1996 23:31:50 -0700 From: "Steven C. Young" <> To: "'YtseJam Digest'" <> Subject: Ytse-Survey Intl: FINAL RESULTS (It's finally over -- QR takes it) Message-ID: <>

    Yes, the Ytse-Survey International has gracefully come to a close, but not before we actually reached our goal of 100 participants (103 to be exact; five of which sent me 5 or less bands/artists, but I counted them, anyway).

    The 103 Jammers that participated, sent me a total of 296 different bands/artists, and, as far as I could tell, there were no two entries alike - pretty diverse group.

    *** YSI Final Top 20 *** 1) Queensryche (59 votes) -> They made quite a surge this final week. 2) Rush (54) -> The upset victims led the YSI until just the last few days. 3) Fates Warning (39) -> They have controlled the #3 slot most of the way. 4) Metallica (28) -> They came out of nowhere about 10 days ago. 5) Savatage (25) -> Got a lot of votes the last week and a half.

    6) Shadow Gallery (21) 7) Extreme (20) King's X (20) Yes (20) 10) Van Halen (19) 11) Marillion (17) 12) Galactic Cowboys (14) 13) Iron Maiden (13) Pink Floyd (13) Superior (13) 16) Tori Amos (12) Megadeth (12) 18) Echolyn (10) Kansas (10) 20) Alice In Chains (9) Faith No More (9) Led Zeppelin (9) Pantera (9) Joe Satriani (9) U2 (9)

    Congrats to Queensryche - Next to DT, they rule the 'Jam.

    I think it might surprise you to know that there were 176 bands/artists that only received one vote each (12 on the final day alone); that's well over half of the 296 submitted entries. We 'Jammers get around.

    Okay, here are the rest of the results - there were some darn interesting entries, as you'll see:

    8 votes: (none)

    7 votes: Death, Genesis, King Crimson, Queen, Slayer, Steve Vai

    6 votes: Anthrax, Crimson Glory, Def Leppard, Yngwie Malmsteen, Saigon Kick

    5 votes: Ozzy Osbourne, Primus

    4 votes: Angra, Blind Guardian, Helloween, Ivanhoe, Mr. Big, Paradise Lost, Saga, Soundgarden, Testament, Toad The Wet Sprocket

    3 votes: Aerosmith, Black Sabbath, Dave Matthews Band, Deep Purple, Dixie Dregs, Dokken, Enchant, Fear Factory, Peter Gabriel, Guns N' Roses, Jethro Tull, Magellan, Steve Morse, Nine Inch Nails, Red Hot Chili Peppers, R.E.M., Scorpions, Sepultura, Smashing Pumpkins, Sting, Threshold, Tiamat, Tourniquet, Triumph, Type-O Negative, Vicious Rumors, Whitesnake

    2 votes: Annihilator, Arena, Asia, Atomic Opera, Barren Cross, Boston, Conception, Cynic, Depeche Mode, Bruce Dickinson, Emerson Lake & Palmer, Fourth Estate, Jimi Hendrix, Gary Hoey, It Bites, Judas Priest, King Diamond, Kiss, KMFDM, Korn, Lillian Axe, Live, Living Colour, Loreena McKennitt, Sarah McLachlin, Meat Loaf, Mercyful Fate, My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult, Ozric Tentacles, The Police, The Ramones, Sanctuary, Sentenced, Skid Row, Steely Dan, Stratovarius, Styx, Tchaikovsky, They Might Be Giants, Toto, Vanden Plas, Voivod, White Zombie, The Who, "Weird" Al Yankovic

    1 vote: Paula Abdul, Accept, AC/DC, Alan Parsons Project, Alchemy, The Almighty, Amorphis, Anathema, Bad 4 Good, Badlands, Barenaked Ladies, The Beatles, Beethoven, Bel Canto, Black Jester, Blue Oyster Cult, Blues Traveler, Bob Cock & The Yellow Sock, The Bogus Brothers, Bon Jovi, Boud Deun, Braindance, Jackson Browne, Jeff Buckley, Kate Bush, Cacophony, Cairo, Candlebox, Casiopea, Chicago, Chick Corea, The Choir, Chroma Key, Clannad, Eric Clapton, Clawfinger, Tom Cochrane, Cowboy Junkies, The Crucified, The Cult, The Cure, D.A.D., Danzig, Miles Davis, Death Angel, The Deftones, Deliverance, Diamond Head, Al Di Meola, Dire Straits, Discipline, Dissection, Djam Karet, The Doors, Electric Light Orchestra, Danny Elfman, Europe, Everon, Exodus, Fish, Fleetwood Mac, The Fools, Foreigner, Marty Friedman, The Gathering, Gentle Giant, Gin Blossoms, Goo Goo Dolls, Graeme Revell, Grateful Dead, Grey Lady Down, Grip, Inc., Guardian, Stu Hamm, Harem Scarem, Heart, Heaven's Edge, Heroes Del Silencio, Buddy Holly, The Hooters, Greg Howe, Iced Earth, Internal Bleeding, Jane's Addiction, Joe Jackson, Jellyfish, Billy Joel, Elton John, Journey, The Kinks, Richie Kotzen, Kyuss, L.A. Guns, Lawnmower Deth, Lethal, Love Spirals Downwards, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Vanessa Mae, Manowar, Marathon, Tony McAlpine, Mekong Delta, John Mellencamp, Meshuggah, Metal Church, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Morbid Angel, Morphine, Alanis Morrisette, Motley Crue, My Dying Bride, Napalm Death, Ted Nugent, The Nylons, Obituary, October Project, The Offspring, Oppressor, Overkill, Paganini, Pearl Jam, Phish, Prince, Prodigy, Prong, Psychotic Waltz, Trevor Rabin, Rage Against The Machine, Rainbow, Ratt, Riverdogs, Rowwen Heze, Royal Hunt, Saviour Machine, Michael Schenker, Scoobacca, Seed, Seven Mary Three, Jane Siberry, Simon & Garfunkel, Sisters Of Mercy, Sixpence None The Richer, Skyclad, Soul Whirling Somewhere, Status Quo, Stone Temple Pilots, Stryper, Barbara Streisand, Sugar, Sugar Ray, Suicidal Tendencies, Suspended Memories, Syracuse, Talisman, Tears For Fears, Terrorvision, Tesla, Therapy?, The Tea Party, The 3rd and The Mortal, TNT, Tool, Toy Matinee, Ulver, Vangelis, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Vixen, Warrant, Waysted Time, Weapon of Choice, White Heart, Wicked Maraya, Wonder Stuff, Frank Zappa, Zebra, Hans Zimmer

    Thanks for bearing with me, you guys. It's been fun - for me, anyway.

    The second part of the inaugural YSI is on the way - and the best part about it is that you don't have to do anything - it's all on my end (pretty gruesome picture, eh?). Details forthcoming.

    You guys (and gals) rule - take care, y'all.

    Steve from Tucson

    P.S. Hey, Mike Bahr, Scoobacca gets a vote - and it wasn't even you.

    "Based on the information hangin' on my brain, put it all together, and this is what I get" - King's X ('67' - Ear Candy)


    End of YTSEJAM Digest 1599 **************************

    This archive was generated by hypermail 2b30 : Thu Apr 01 2004 - 17:55:31 EST