Starting a Witch Hunt Review Thread

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There, I started it.
Ken's Super Duper Band 'n Stuff - Berkeley Social Scene - Tiny Robots - Seamus Collective - Semolina Pilchards - Cutie Pies - Explino! - Bravo Bros. - 2 from 14 - and more!

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So it's YOU!
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No art submission password + one too many High Lifes this evening...
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What is that? Looks like a dog food bowl filled with chili over a fire.
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I was going for more of a delicious fondue.
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Oh, delicious fondue.... I see... that makes total sense with the title.
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Oh, I see it now. It's a cauldron. ha. I still have a CMT monitor for my work computer. It needed to warm up I guess, lol.
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And it looks a bit like a Pink Floyd album - which in a just world, would all be rounded up and burnt.
So it works on that level too.
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Billy's Little Trip wrote:Oh, I see it now. It's a cauldron. ha. I still have a CMT monitor for my work computer. It needed to warm up I guess, lol.
CRT? Or do you really have a Cathode Meat-Tube?
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Sober wrote:Cathode Meat-Tube
BAND NAME ALERT!
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So, even if was inclined to use the image, the file seems to be corrupted. Anybody else?
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Sober wrote:
Billy's Little Trip wrote:Oh, I see it now. It's a cauldron. ha. I still have a CMT monitor for my work computer. It needed to warm up I guess, lol.
CRT? Or do you really have a Cathode Meat-Tube?
I guess I just have meat tubes and cathodes on my mind. :P
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Spud wrote:So, even if was inclined to use the image, the file seems to be corrupted. Anybody else?
I'll put something together right now. Be prepared to be wowed. :ugeek:
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I'm mad at Madi (daughter, 16) who was all excited to start submitting cover art, then went and got the flu. Next fight maybe.
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Oh my God, she's 16 now?!?! I feel so old.
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Spud, how do I submit a second set of fight art without it erasing the first submission? I want to give you a second op-see-own.

....that's French.

Maybe the pass should be done away with. Just a sug-jes-tee-own.

....yep, Fron-say a-gain.
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Lunkhead wrote:Oh my God, she's 16 now?!?! I feel so old.
17 come Monday. She plays a mean violin, and is featured on my Witch Hunt entry.
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17?!?!?!?!?!?! Ack.
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Still waiting for USABLE artwork. I will deal with it tomorrow if nothing today.
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I threw something together and submitted it.
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29 entries!

The Witches don't stand a chance.
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Ross- You are a master of sound and acoustic recording. like this.

Sober-vote, good electric guitar work, and vocals. Nice change of pace.

Hate- You can talk some wigger trailer park shit. vote

Jim- not digging your vocals at all,and i'm trying to be nice, kinda scares me. Backing trak is all some and very well recorded.

Fudge- Don't know what to say about this. welcome to the hood.
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