Mysteries of My Past... Revealed: My Time in Suburbia
|Mysteries of My Past... Revealed: My Time in Suburbia|
|Date Posted||November 26th, 2006|
|Description|| My knack for poor predictions and wishful thinking had me following a cold trail up North, but at least I was able to fit in this quick visit on my way back down.
Once, for a short while, I called this place home...
Seeing it again brought back memories, and reminded me of past inspiration.
I couldn't risk staying here any longer though...and besides, you know how I hate to wait around!
I guess that's what friends are for, right? After all: We speak each other's unspoken language, fluently.
At the moment, it looks like there's a message that I am going to have to deliver myself if I want it to be heard...
|YouTube Tags||lg15 lonelygirl15 danielbeast daniel bree opaphid tachyon suburbia mysteries past life ransack motel flee watcher run|
|Executive Producer(s)|| Glenn Rubenstein|
|Assistant Producer|| Mari Devincenzi|
|Director(s)|| Glenn Rubenstein|
|Camera|| Glenn Rubenstein|
|Vidplay|| Glenn Rubenstein|
|Story|| Glenn Rubenstein|
|Editor(s)|| Glenn Rubenstein|
|Music||"Soccer Riot" by the Suburban All-Stars|
|Previous||"Adventures in Babysitting"|
|Next|| "Knock 'Em Down"|
|Previous by Tachyon|| "They Are Watching"|
Text: THEY ARE WATCHING
Moving text: Tag, you're it.
Shots from this video led us to this drop:
- It should be noted that Tachyon's eyes, appearing around 24 seconds, are different in the videos posted to YouTube and Revver.
- There are differences between the YouTube and Revver tags. Additional tags on Revver are "language, unspoken, message, fluently." The Revver version is also missing the YouTube tags "life, ransack, motel, flee, watcher, run."
- Watch the Revver version to see the differences in Tachyon's eyes and the tags used on YouTube and Revver.
- On Revver: Mysteries of My Past... Revealed: My Time in Suburbia
- The title of this video is a reference to Bree's video, Mysteries of My Past... REVEALED!