says:

(August 9, 2009.)

That dude in the middle is totally awesome!!! I Know him:D

anonymous II - the sequel says:

(August 9, 2009.)

I dunno, I miss their previous leadsinger!

anonymous III says:

(August 9, 2009.)

The singer is great!! :)

asdadaasaWE says:

(August 10, 2009.)

Tack för bytet av sångare.

SayMoi says:

(August 10, 2009.)

Who wouldn't love you guys?? :) Good sound and decent look (I know I'm prejudiced but whoever your bassist is, keep him if you want any kind of female crowd :P).

Alright, name…I suggest Meta. :P Kidding. Personally, I still like Lack, but I can understand why you might want a change of pace…

Frank says:

(August 11, 2009.)

Don't mention it jacob.
Just glad it came out alright.

Anders B says:

(August 11, 2009.)

Fan va bra ni är! Bra spelat och den här gången lyckades ni få in inställningarna så att man mer eller mindre hör allas instrument bra i bandet! Något som också var Kul var att se Jimmy ta över efter Emil.

Jakob Burrows says:

(August 29, 2009.)

Thanks y'all!

@Anders: Jimmys gitarr (Jimmyn med gitarr, alltså) borde ha låtit ungefär 20 kg mer, men annars var det väl okej.

Tuesday says:

(June 4, 2011.)

ThatÂ’s really srhwed! Good to see the logic set out so well.

Jenita says:

(June 4, 2011.)

YouÂ’re the one with the bnaris here. IÂ’m watching for your posts.

Honeysuckle says:

(October 2, 2011.)

Well done atrcile that. I'll make sure to use it wisely.

Radmir says:

(October 29, 2012.)

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Mina says:

(November 28, 2013.)

 ( 2012.02.18 02:24 ) : When I originally coentmemd I clicked the -Notify me when new surveys are added- checkbox and from now on whenever a comment is added I purchase four emails sticking with exactly the same comment. Possibly there is by any indicates you may get rid of me from that service? Thanks!

Jonathan says:

(December 1, 2013.)

Well, I left out the bit where I have a spreadsheet for reveiw books that I will only cross off when everything is done. And I like ticking off books, knowing that I've finished with them.