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Post  sidecar23 on Tue Dec 30, 2008 11:33 am

nicoleaika wrote:^ yeah... I do... pero hndi ko talaga alam kung paano sasabihin sa english pale
maybe you could ask a member from your family or a friend to help you translate

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nicoleaika wrote:There are a lot of bands today which is still under the category boy band. But boy bands and bands are musically different. McFLY is one of the bands which is consists of boys, but not considered as a boy band.

McFLY is one of the bands which consists of boys, but not considered as a boy band.
or
McFLY is one of the bands which is consisting of boys, but not considered as a boy band.

you really should include this because that's one of the many reasons why McFly created their own record label, to show to people that they're more than just a boy band.

i'm really confuse at that part... hndi ko talaga alam kung paano ko sasabihin yun sa english! Thanks for the help Very Happy
sure sure. no prob! that's what we're here for!
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Post  nicoleaika on Tue Dec 30, 2008 12:02 pm

sidecar23 wrote:
nicoleaika wrote:^ yeah... I do... pero hndi ko talaga alam kung paano sasabihin sa english pale
maybe you could ask a member from your family or a friend to help you translate

nicoleaika wrote:
sidecar23 wrote:
nicoleaika wrote:There are a lot of bands today which is still under the category boy band. But boy bands and bands are musically different. McFLY is one of the bands which is consists of boys, but not considered as a boy band.

McFLY is one of the bands which consists of boys, but not considered as a boy band.
or
McFLY is one of the bands which is consisting of boys, but not considered as a boy band.

you really should include this because that's one of the many reasons why McFly created their own record label, to show to people that they're more than just a boy band.

i'm really confuse at that part... hndi ko talaga alam kung paano ko sasabihin yun sa english! Thanks for the help Very Happy
sure sure. no prob! that's what we're here for!
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hehe... nagpatulong na ako pero sabi matulog na raw ako... XD

geez.... tnx again...
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Post  carmela :> on Tue Dec 30, 2008 12:46 pm

hey. if you still need help, i'd be happy to help you with translating or whatever. Smile
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Post  jaschier on Tue Dec 30, 2008 5:07 pm

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guys medyo ma delay ung akin cause i'm grounded today, tumakas lang ako...
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Post  jaschier on Tue Dec 30, 2008 5:08 pm

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In a year that pop has bounced back in to fashion, McFly can allow themselves to laugh. When they first found fame as teenagers in 2004, the quartet had to fight off accusations of being manufactured. When their self-penned, debut album went double-platinum - beating The Beatles to the title of youngest British band ever to debut at No.1 - their popularity among kids their own age had them pegged as a boy band. Subsequent albums, a string of classic singles (seven of them number ones) and explosive live shows soon proved critics wrong and confirmed what their burgeoning fanbase had always known. Like all great guitar groups, McFly make rock music pinned on pop melodies. Five years after they formed, still with an average age of only 22, McFly have launched Stage 2 of their career in spectacular style. In July, a ten track preview CD of the band’s forthcoming, fourth album Radio : ACTIVE was given away with The Mail On Sunday, making McFly the first current chart act to follow in the footsteps of Prince’s revolutionary, free album release. In a single day, 2.4 million copies of the album arrived in homes throughout Britain. The paper’s circulation jumped an astonishing 300,000 above its average, as fans grabbed the chance to hear McFly’s new material. On the same day, the new single ‘ One For The Radio’ became the band’s latest hit, only just pipped to the top of the charts. The noisiest of their singles to date, ‘ One For The Radio’ showcased McFly’s bigger, bolder, beefier new sound. It was still rock meets pop, but exactly the way they wanted to play it. “We always planned to make a big, ballsy album full of energy,” says drummer Harry Judd. “We knew how it should be produced, but it never quite turned out that way. Down the line, the sound was filtered though different peoples’ opinions or became a little too polished. Radio : ACTIVE still has the hooky, pop melodies of our previous albums, but the production is a massive step up for us. We set out to capture the energy and excitement we have on stage and we achieved that, and more.” For Radio : ACTIVE, McFly took the bold step of leaving the major label they used to call home and setting up their own, entirely self-financed indie label, Super Records . Following second single, Lies, Super Records is releasing a deluxe version of Radio : ACTIVE on September 22 with four brand new songs, a DVD and 32 page, colour booklet. “Setting up our own label has helped us feel like we’re making a fresh start,” says singer/guitarist Tom Fletcher. "We’re proud of every album we’ve made, but for Radio : ACTIVE, we wanted more creative control. We love our new songs and we were determined to record them with no compromise at all." To record Radio : ACTIVE, McFly decamped to Australia in January with longtime producer Jason Perry. Partly, it was to escape the British weather, though mostly it was to escape the distractions of home and any pressure they might have felt there. “For our previous albums, we were only ever given two or three weeks to record an album,” explains Harry. “Often, we’d be in the studio separately. This time, we spent several weeks on pre-production, then recorded with the band set up as live, the four of us playing together. That’s where the energy comes from. It was fun, no pressure, like us starting out all over again. We took some of our mates with us and even squeezed in a bit of surfing.” On Radio : ACTIVE, McFly mix their love of vintage rock with a British twist on the modern punk-pop sound they share with American acts such as Green Day, Blink 182 and Fall Out Boy. But McFly haven’t just beefed up their sound. Their lyrics are sharper, smarter and way funnier. ‘Pour yourself a coffee, put your clothes back on and tell me your name’, they sing at the start of Everybody Knows, a riotous rocker that will have fans punching the air with grins on their faces and should be a radio staple for years to come. The rowdy singalongs continue in Do Ya, a glorious pop-rock song that plays up the duel vocals of Tom and Danny Jones and deftly references Queen. At opposite ends of the sound spectrum are Corrupted, which nods to nu-metal, and anthemic power ballad POV. Radio : ACTIVE’s most surprising song perhaps is the semi-acoustic, Springsteen-esque Falling In Love, unlike anything the boys have written before. Another new direction is taken on current single Lies, which boasts hip-shaking funk and soulful blasts of brass. Tom adds “Lies is our funkiest song to date and, lyrically, definitely our darkest.” With their most successful series of summer shows behind them, a big arena tour in November and plans to take the new album to their armies of fans around the world, Stage 2 of McFly’s is already well underway. Like the songs on the album, the band is bursting with energy. The new McFly is not a band who have achieved their musical ambitions, but one with a new set to aim for.


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Post  kaisthelimit on Tue Dec 30, 2008 5:14 pm

Oh that's why parang nabasa ko na yung iba LOL Very Happy
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Post  sidecar23 on Tue Dec 30, 2008 10:21 pm

haha. it thought that was your article jaschier! i thought, 'wow....antiyaga!'
haha. thanks for the info!
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Post  maia 8D on Tue Dec 30, 2008 10:48 pm

haha. same here.

thought... wow. very well researched. XD

almost done with mine! wheee!
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Post  sidecar23 on Tue Dec 30, 2008 11:05 pm

Sad Sad Sad
im still not halfway done! ok fine, ill try and finish it tonight....no more distractions.
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Post  maia 8D on Wed Dec 31, 2008 12:35 am

awww. that's the spirit! Approve!
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Post  jaschier on Wed Dec 31, 2008 3:23 pm

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i'm not yet done!!!
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Post  carmzy_sweetness on Wed Dec 31, 2008 5:05 pm

Wow. You guys are very awesome at this!!!

I'll ake one later on and share.

You should send these out to local magazines yah know. Good publicity talaga.

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Post  nicoleaika on Wed Dec 31, 2008 6:09 pm

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In a year that pop has bounced back in to fashion, McFly can allow themselves to laugh. When they first found fame as teenagers in 2004, the quartet had to fight off accusations of being manufactured. When their self-penned, debut album went double-platinum - beating The Beatles to the title of youngest British band ever to debut at No.1 - their popularity among kids their own age had them pegged as a boy band. Subsequent albums, a string of classic singles (seven of them number ones) and explosive live shows soon proved critics wrong and confirmed what their burgeoning fanbase had always known. Like all great guitar groups, McFly make rock music pinned on pop melodies. Five years after they formed, still with an average age of only 22, McFly have launched Stage 2 of their career in spectacular style. In July, a ten track preview CD of the band’s forthcoming, fourth album Radio : ACTIVE was given away with The Mail On Sunday, making McFly the first current chart act to follow in the footsteps of Prince’s revolutionary, free album release. In a single day, 2.4 million copies of the album arrived in homes throughout Britain. The paper’s circulation jumped an astonishing 300,000 above its average, as fans grabbed the chance to hear McFly’s new material. On the same day, the new single ‘ One For The Radio’ became the band’s latest hit, only just pipped to the top of the charts. The noisiest of their singles to date, ‘ One For The Radio’ showcased McFly’s bigger, bolder, beefier new sound. It was still rock meets pop, but exactly the way they wanted to play it. “We always planned to make a big, ballsy album full of energy,” says drummer Harry Judd. “We knew how it should be produced, but it never quite turned out that way. Down the line, the sound was filtered though different peoples’ opinions or became a little too polished. Radio : ACTIVE still has the hooky, pop melodies of our previous albums, but the production is a massive step up for us. We set out to capture the energy and excitement we have on stage and we achieved that, and more.” For Radio : ACTIVE, McFly took the bold step of leaving the major label they used to call home and setting up their own, entirely self-financed indie label, Super Records . Following second single, Lies, Super Records is releasing a deluxe version of Radio : ACTIVE on September 22 with four brand new songs, a DVD and 32 page, colour booklet. “Setting up our own label has helped us feel like we’re making a fresh start,” says singer/guitarist Tom Fletcher. "We’re proud of every album we’ve made, but for Radio : ACTIVE, we wanted more creative control. We love our new songs and we were determined to record them with no compromise at all." To record Radio : ACTIVE, McFly decamped to Australia in January with longtime producer Jason Perry. Partly, it was to escape the British weather, though mostly it was to escape the distractions of home and any pressure they might have felt there. “For our previous albums, we were only ever given two or three weeks to record an album,” explains Harry. “Often, we’d be in the studio separately. This time, we spent several weeks on pre-production, then recorded with the band set up as live, the four of us playing together. That’s where the energy comes from. It was fun, no pressure, like us starting out all over again. We took some of our mates with us and even squeezed in a bit of surfing.” On Radio : ACTIVE, McFly mix their love of vintage rock with a British twist on the modern punk-pop sound they share with American acts such as Green Day, Blink 182 and Fall Out Boy. But McFly haven’t just beefed up their sound. Their lyrics are sharper, smarter and way funnier. ‘Pour yourself a coffee, put your clothes back on and tell me your name’, they sing at the start of Everybody Knows, a riotous rocker that will have fans punching the air with grins on their faces and should be a radio staple for years to come. The rowdy singalongs continue in Do Ya, a glorious pop-rock song that plays up the duel vocals of Tom and Danny Jones and deftly references Queen. At opposite ends of the sound spectrum are Corrupted, which nods to nu-metal, and anthemic power ballad POV. Radio : ACTIVE’s most surprising song perhaps is the semi-acoustic, Springsteen-esque Falling In Love, unlike anything the boys have written before. Another new direction is taken on current single Lies, which boasts hip-shaking funk and soulful blasts of brass. Tom adds “Lies is our funkiest song to date and, lyrically, definitely our darkest.” With their most successful series of summer shows behind them, a big arena tour in November and plans to take the new album to their armies of fans around the world, Stage 2 of McFly’s is already well underway. Like the songs on the album, the band is bursting with energy. The new McFly is not a band who have achieved their musical ambitions, but one with a new set to aim for.


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wow!! pwede na! Approve! Approve! Approve!

kaso nagfocus sa radio:Active..
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