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  1. jamboe

    Sufjan Stevens

    He's an all-round talented fellow! Can't wait for the next full-length. I sort of vaguely know Tonya Harding's story, but will check out the film soon!
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    Sufjan Stevens

    Awesome! He definitely has a gift. Also, have studied enough music theory (also by playing the piano myself) to know what Eb major means! Apparently there's a biopic about Tonya Harding as well, referenced here on sufjan.com:
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    Sufjan Stevens

    1996: 2019: Also, Sufjan composed some piano music for a ballet recently - 'experimental' let's say! :
  4. Just replied to you in the Netflix thread! Yes. From the imdb page, Dris, Sully, Dushane reprise their roles for series 3, but seems to be generally newer characters overall: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1830379/ You could always backtrack to watch the earlier seasons at a later time after having watched the new season? Here's more from the soundtrack!:
  5. Yes. From the imdb page, Dris, Sully, Dushane reprise their roles for series 3, but seems to be generally newer characters overall: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1830379/ You could always backtrack to watch the earlier seasons at a later time after having watched the new season?
  6. 1, & 2 are on Netflix, but is entitled Top Boy: Summerhouse, whereas the new series is just Top Boy (but series 3).
  7. Not seen any of this yet, but have heard good things. Great soundtrack. It's the most-watched show on Netflix this week:
  8. Kind of revised lyrics. I myself would call this a cover - whoever may dispute this, BBC Live Lounge Radio 1 says that it is indeed a cover! And a good cover! So here it is. Original: Headie One - Both
  9. £12.99 - Cartridge only: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Nintendo-DS-Professor-Layton-and-the-Last-Specter-Game-CARTRIDGE-ONLY/174005468437 Perhaps will purchase it...I loved RPGs growing up, but being so inundated with study these days, the only games I prefer to play now are kind of quick-fire puzzle games. I'm worried that London Life might be too much of a time sink for my liking (100 + hours? when the main storyline of the game, and about 130/160 puzzles completed is at about 15 hours?)(it does look amazing though)...might just try another classic Layton game perhaps (at least for the time being)... Anyway, thanks for the advice everyone though!
  10. I thought London Life was included in the EU version when I bought it to begin with - was so annoyed to find out that it wasn't after all! Am considering buying the import version...but on Amazon, one used version for £140.27, and one new version for £166.28...? Hmm. Also, it's just simply out of stock on Play Asia. Oh dear! Will have to do more research it seems...
  11. Just completed this finally (the main quest at least)! Some of the puzzles are quite unclear (frustrating) (perhaps this is unfair on the designers, probably tough to try to think of new puzzles), but a great game! Have racked up 15 hours on it so far, with about 30 remaining puzzles still to complete. Shame about London Life, huh (not on EU version)! I've got the EU version, but when this is an amazing potentially 100 hour+ (side)game set in London. where I frequent often - to get the American version also is quite tempting!
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