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  • Newby Bridge, Ulverston, LA12 8NN, United Kingdom terrapinmonster | 08 Mar '09, 16: 33 | Send note | Report this | Reply | X these fell foot wood shindigs always look awesome! listening to freak out music in the forest and dancing with pre-raphaelite water nymphs seems like my idea of heaven. i'm definitely gonna try and convince some friends to come with me to one of the gigs over the summer. shishapangma |

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  • I think we would have toppled over from mongdom if we had stood bizzy @dash_and_blast | Send note | 24 Apr '09, 13: 14 | Reply | X saw them in birmingham last week like everyone else says - incredible. not stebmo though - they were horrendous. oh dear. shishapangma

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  • Mar '09, 12: 39 | Reply | X dusk at cubist castle by olivia tremor control any garage / sixties psych pop compilations shishapangma |

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  • I assume the reason she's playing early is as she's going straight back over to tour with Animal Collective in the states from the monday. colesy @shishapangma | Send note | 22 Apr '09, 19: 52 | Reply

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  • I'm chalking this one up to different tastes .... lemonbrickcombo | Send note | 28 Feb '09, 12: 45 | Reply | X it's an incredible line-up so far with prmavera there really isn't any' better / worse than last year 'statements to be made - every year seems to totally hit the nail on my head. shishapangma |

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  • i didn't realise that so many good bands were playing this time dag nab it! is grouper doing any more uk shows while she's over? shishapangma

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  • The 14th tallest mountain in the world, the last of the 8000-meter peaks to be scaled. Shishapangma is the only 8000-meter peak that lies completely within the borders of Chinese territory (Tibet). The spelling provided is the Tibetan spelling. The official name of the mountain is the Chinese phonetic rending of the Tibetan name. At 8,013 meters (26,289 ft), Shishapangma is the "shortest" of the 8000-meter peaks.

    September 28, 2009