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Post by Starky » Tue Feb 24, 2004 8:44 pm

Who is goin? i am and i was wonder if i was gonna see any WoP type people
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Post by MelloPlaya » Wed Feb 25, 2004 10:33 pm

A.B. Miller will be there. Where you from and what you play, LoneMello?
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Post by Rifter2K4 » Sun Feb 29, 2004 3:15 pm

What did everyone think of the Fresno Regional after it was all over. Freelancers have a sweet this year, I am very glad that they are returning really strong after a season of being folded. One of my instructors told me that their bottom bass is only 14 and a freshmen in highschool. Much props. So who do you think threw down a good show for the first central california regional.

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Post by Vermin87 » Sun Feb 29, 2004 4:41 pm

Rifter2K4 wrote:What did everyone think of the Fresno Regional after it was all over. Freelancers have a sweet this year, I am very glad that they are returning really strong after a season of being folded. One of my instructors told me that their bottom bass is only 14 and a freshmen in highschool. Much props. So who do you think threw down a good show for the first central california regional.
i thought my school threw down what we had. there was a small tear which hurt us, but overall we played quite well. i think higher scores will come as more stuff is added in.
i heard san marcos had some pretty nice lookin dancers for their "god of fire vs. god of ice" show. heard logans show was trippy to listen and watch.
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Post by Starky » Mon Mar 01, 2004 8:08 pm

Rifter2K4 wrote:What did everyone think of the Fresno Regional after it was all over. Freelancers have a sweet this year, I am very glad that they are returning really strong after a season of being folded. One of my instructors told me that their bottom bass is only 14 and a freshmen in highschool. Much props. So who do you think threw down a good show for the first central california regional.
ya my instructor told me about em he also told me that the bottom three were brothers... i guess it just runs in the blood :lol:
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Post by Bass2tubagod » Tue Mar 02, 2004 12:40 am

Frankly I thought the Freelancer's show was a little bland. Don't get me wrong, those guys threw down some freakin' beats but there didn't seem to be much dynamic contrast or show theme. Yeah, the top two are cousins. The bottom three are three of the Odello brothers. Bass 3 played the #2 drum for the past couple of years at BD. Bass 4 played top last year at BD and is playing 2 this year for Devs. Bottom bass is only 14 and is playing top bass for the B-corps. I'm still striving for Ryan's (bass 3) heights. :D
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