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Lanthanum

Lanthanum
17 posts
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Location:
North Carolina
United States
06.03.2011 20:05

Introducing

This is Lanthanum, from ChristianIndustrial.net Flaming Fish found me fumbling around with a streaming radio station all those years ago, and got me on the right track. Glad to see this community come back to life.


christianindustrial.net

 
Froggy the Great

Froggy the Great
9 posts
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Location:
n.a.
07.03.2011 08:08
Re: Introducing
Froggy here, CI.net chatroom regular



 
30N 3NN1X

30N 3NN1X
66 posts
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Location:
n.a.
07.03.2011 08:25
Re: Introducing
hey guys,

30N here.
used to visit the older flish from time to time.
nice to see this place revived again.
here's to the industrial revolution for Christ.
Glory to our King!

30N 0U7!


30N 0U7!

 
Rich7

Rich7
30 posts
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Location:
Hayward, CA
United States
07.03.2011 11:52
Re: Introducing
Rich

I've been into Christian Industrial music since 1992 and following Flaming Fish since the mid 90's. before that I was into Christian Alternative bands like LSU and Scaterd Few, which I still like very much.
.It's good to see FFM coming back with the new design.


Eternity is a long time, Live for Eternity!
www.reverbnation.com/momentarytrouble

 
Aramus

Aramus
27 posts
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Location:
Winchester, VA
United States
09.03.2011 21:15
Re: Introducing
Aramus - long time Flish head, lurkers of CI.net chat room and all around trouble maker.

It only takes a few hours each week to make a Big difference in a Little life. Visit www.bbbs.org or send me a message.
http://www.WinchesterReStore.com/
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http://www.habitatwfc.org/
http://flamingfish.com/
www.adamandmysti.com

 
derek

derek
22 posts
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Location:
United States
11.03.2011 14:40
Re: Introducing
This is Derek, formerly know as Forgottyn. I own a lot of music from the Flish catalog but my tastes constantly change and I don't listen to most of it anymore except on rare occasions. I used to participate in Celldweller remix contests and did some of my own industrial music. Now I'm more of a listener and I dabble with synths from time to time.

Edited by derek - 03.11.2011 14:42




 
GothDad

GothDad
11 posts
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Location:
n.a.
13.03.2011 11:35
Re: Introducing
I'm Jeff.

I go by GothDad online and on the radio (http://www.silentwitnessradio.com/).

I work as a programmer/analyst by trade. Radio is my hobby. Other hobbies I've had are art, theology, and history.

I've been listening to some form of Christian rock music since 1982. The more hard-edged, the better, even as I've gotten older (most guys my age, at best, listen to some form of CCM, if they're into Christian music at all).

Married, 5 kids. The last 7 years have been a bit of a struggle, financially, what with the economy and the job market in my field. I take a lot of joy in that God always provides, regardless.

Peace,

Jeff




 
DC

DC
36 posts
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Location:
United States
23.03.2011 13:37
Re: Introducing
I am Darkchilde. Lover of sundry musics, maker of art and poetry and music, teller of stories, and lurker of the CI.net chat.

I'm garrulous and effusive and prone to saying too much ... which usually results in me extricating my foot from my mouth with a pry bar.


Because we are all in need of an upgrade
human27.bandcamp.com

 
Neal Piwowarski

Neal Piwowarski
2 posts
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Location:
Clarks Summit, PA
United States
23.04.2011 12:05
Re: Introducing
I'm Neal Piwowarski. I used to moderate the old Flaming Fish site and helped to edit a few issues of Automata Magazine. I also contributed several reviews and conducted a couple of interviews. I pretty much listen to anything but country, but I LOVE Industrial, metal and prog rock in particular. I really hope that the return of Flaming Fish Music is a sign of great things to come!

Neal B Piwowarski

 
grandeped

grandeped
4 posts
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Location:
n.a.
27.04.2011 07:09
Re: Introducing
Matt here. Hello every one! I have been in to music all my life, but didn't discover industrial until Nine Inch Nails came out with Head Like a Hole. Which was impossible to find in the small town of Waco, TX... so I didn't get to hear much more until the likes of Mortal, COD, Deitiphobia, and others were introduced to me years later. Now I run a small fanzine called Down The Line along with Steve Ruff, which others have posted about here.

Music fan, editor of Down The Line magazine, SciFi junkie, Educational Technology geek by day.
downthelinezine.com

 
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