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Portland Phoenix Campaign
I have a suggestion: Why don't all you people that like this website and this band help us out... Go to this page:
http://bmp.thephoenix.com/portland.html
Write in PHLUX for best local act and best heavy rock act. I think it would be fun to scare 'em all and sweep both those categories as the underdog. Don't you? They'll never know what hit em. I think this would be a cool campaign, so tell all your friends and get them all to do it too.
posted by Clint Phipps on Apr 21, 2002 12:41PM

A massive assault on the Media Ears of Portland.
Please, help out! Give us a hand and write in PHLUX for Best Local Act and Best Heavy Rock Act.
We would greatly Appreciate it!
Thanks,
Cody "CODEMAN" Phipps
posted by Cody Phipps on Apr 21, 2002 04:03PM

I think we should be nominated for best local act, heavy rock act, pop rock act, and best punk act! We are PhLuX after all!
posted by StU aRt on Apr 22, 2002 02:51PM

Stu I voted you best female vocalist.
posted by Ever Curious on Apr 22, 2002 04:49PM

NUH UH......really? ooo, I do hope I win!!! What a surprise! Oh I simply must do my nails, and my hair, and Ive just gotta get a makeover, and then...
posted by StU aRt on Apr 23, 2002 09:54AM

I think you've got a pretty good shot, man. You've got the touch... you've got the POWER!!!!
posted by Clint Phipps on Apr 23, 2002 11:42AM

How can Stu become a star if the bass keeps covering his vocals?!!
posted by Zach Beane on Apr 23, 2002 11:43AM

hey, there's nothing wrong with the bass being too loud and covering vocals...
posted by Jess Chahanovich on Apr 25, 2002 12:37PM

Yeah you know, the bass covering the vocals is often a big problem, especially in the studio setting. Usually I try to fix it by speeding the song up - one or two octAves usually does it... anymore than that and it ruins the FEEL of the song. You lose a lot of TONE when you do that and it can lead to other problems, the most common being either 1) a watt problem, or 2) a quad problem. Sometimes both. Those are really tough to deal with, but fortunately I'm an expert...
posted by Clint Phipps on Apr 25, 2002 01:30PM

True true
posted by Jess Chahanovich on Apr 25, 2002 01:56PM