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User Info: Smasher10

Smasher10
10 years ago#1
Was pretty awesome imo
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User Info: m_robbins

m_robbins
10 years ago#2
I don't have it yet but I have Bullet In A Bible.
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User Info: Smasher10

Smasher10
10 years ago#3
I think the editing on Awesome fits GD better
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User Info: m_robbins

m_robbins
10 years ago#4
So you're saying it's better than Bullet In A Bible?
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User Info: Smasher10

Smasher10
10 years ago#5
I like the extra stuff in Bullet in a Bible
And I like the songs better.

I don't really have a preference, just that I like the editing better.
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User Info: C-Lee

C-Lee
10 years ago#6
CD: AAF
DVD: BIAB by a LONG shot.

User Info: gobuffalo30

gobuffalo30
10 years ago#7
I liked BiaB a lot more, I think it's b/c of the crowd's energy and excitement. Now, if they had the same energy/excitement on AaF then I'd got with it probably.

User Info: Zike_The_Fox

Zike_The_Fox
10 years ago#8
AAF has Paper Lanterns, 2000 Light Years Away, Christie Road, and Cigarettes & Valentines. We have a clear winner.
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