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      08.08.2000 23:07

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      They are a really good band that play some really good music. Their albums contain alot of cutting edge material that has creatively put together with alot of imagianation and flair. I really enjoy listening to their albums and find their music puts me in a great frame of mind and gives me a buzz as only music can. This music has to played at full volume to really appreciate the driving bass and rhythmic guitar. i would recommend this band totally and it really goes to show what can be done with musical instrument.

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      05.07.2000 22:10
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      If you ask any of your Taiwanese friends who is the most famous female singer in their country, I will bet that 95% of them will say it is Chang Hui Mei (Ahmei) who happens to be from one of the minority races of Taiwan. Ah mei beomes famous after her first hit song 'bad boy' was out in 1996 (?). The producer of that album and the writer of 'bad boy', who had been the biggest influence in Ah mei's fame today, Chang Yi Seng met a deadly accident in the following year. However, all the sadness associated with that didn't not stop Ah Mei become the most popular star in Tawian today. Ah Mei's concert in mainland China was cancelled by the Chinese authority because she was invited and sang during the new Taiwanese president swearing in ceremony. China regarded the new president as a threat to the re-union of the country due to his party's pro-democracy policy.

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