birfday pics

Discussion in 'UK Member Photos' started by miabubble, May 18, 2004.

  1. miabubble

    miabubble Member

    just of random stuff...

    my cake:
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    present from the boys...
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    new tshirt:
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    talking to my bro
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    emo pose:
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    taking pictures of myself (new camera... come on whaddaya expect?!)
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  2. JOsie

    JOsie Member

    :D

    theres nowhere near enough emo on here...well done to you for keeping the scene alive:p
     
  3. miabubble

    miabubble Member

    me and you together... i say we can keep emo very much alive on hipforums... :D

    yay go us!
     
  4. ArtLoveMusic

    ArtLoveMusic Senior Member

    *jumps on the emo badwaggon*

    *sing*
    wow baby your so beauuuuuutiful!! i wish i could just spend every sdeeeecojnd with you but you left me for the pooooooooooostman! what do i do?!!!!!!!!!!! i wanna cry till i die!!!!!!!!!!!!!" ............*cough*...*ahem*


    Anyway wow coolness piccies :) love the purple top[ :)
     
  5. rainbow dew

    rainbow dew Member

    have i ever told you you are be you tif all??

    namaste
    x x x

    ps marylyn had me laughing all day
     
  6. thepixies

    thepixies Member

    what's an emo?
     
  7. miabubble

    miabubble Member

    Emo /eee-moe/ (short for emotional) is a genre of punk rock music. The term was originally applied to bands in the Washington DC punk scene who played a more raucous and emotional form of punk than the norm. There are many legends concerning the origin of the term 'emo', but one of the most prevalent is that at an early DC show, a fan shouted "You're emo!" at a band (though the myths differ as to which band - some say Embrace, some say Rites of Spring).

    The genre (or at least the classic "DC sound," pioneered by bands such as Faith, Rites of Spring, and Embrace) has its roots in punk rock. Perhaps the biggest influence over the genre was Minneapolis, MN's Husker Du, whose 1984 album Zen Arcade provided the blueprint for early emo; complex music with intense vocals and deeply introspective songwriting. The influential early emo (or, as it became known, emocore) band Rites of Spring sped up this style.

    The next stage in the genre's evolution came in 1982 through 1992 with bands such as Indian Summer, Moss Icon, Policy of Three, Still Life and Navio Forge. The "quiet/loud" dynamic often heard in the music of recent bands such as Saetia and Thursday was pioneered by bands such as this. Vocally, these bands intensified the emocore style. Such bands were often left crying or screaming at the end of their performances. This led to many hardcore punk fans putting down emo fans as "wimps", or "weaklings".

    Just as emo added a new found intensity to the original emocore style, the style of hardcore emo brought the intensity to a climax. The scene had its beginnings in 1991-92 with bands such as Heroin, Portraits of Past and Antioch Arrow, who played chaotic hardcore music with abrasive, emotional vocals.

    After building to a climax in terms of chaos and intensity with hardcore emo, emo began to slow down. Bands such as Sunny Day Real Estate and Mineral came forth playing a slower but still frail and emotional style of emo, mixing the early, emocore sound of Rites of Spring with the post-hardcore innovation of Fugazi.

    Today the term 'emo' continues to become increasingly ambiguous. With the success of bands such as The Get Up Kids, Jimmy Eat World and The Promise Ring, the mainstream media became ever more interested in the genre, tending to label many indie-rock bands as emo. The term has become a catch-all encompassing many guitar-pop bands that have emerged from the underground, and bands as diverse as Thursday and Taking Back Sunday being referred to in the same breath as Dashboard Confessional and the New Amsterdams.

    However, the phenomenon of 'emo' has also started to extend beyond music. Saying someone is "so emo" usually refers to someone that gets depressed or cries a lot. Saying you are feeling "emo" has become a synonym for depression. This has come out of the form of emo that has broken away from the distorted punk sound to quiet acoustic guitars, the most representative of today being Bright Eyes or anything on Saddle Creek Records.



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  8. Ellie-Rose

    Ellie-Rose Le Muppet

    I love your new t-shirt!! wheree is it from.. I want one!!
     
  9. miabubble

    miabubble Member

    £13 logo. but they have some really nice audrey hepburn ones in the 2 for £12 range...


    very nice... but mine is the best, its glittery in the flowery bits :D
     

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