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    Repo! Leaflet

    I’ve answered many of the questions you guys asked about Repo! in the comment section of the previous post. If you have more questions, let me know.

    I checked the song list again in the leaflet that was given to us at the theater, and I noticed the song “Blame Not My Cheeks” that Kevin was talking about is not listed there. Amber’s opera performance is shown after “At the Opera Tonight.” But after the latter song, according to the leaflet, she doesn’t sing any other song. BTW, I don’t know for sure if the song she sang at the opera was “Blame Not My Cheeks.”

    So if it’s not listed there, maybe “Come Up And Try My New Parts” was played without me noticing it lol. Maybe it was during the introduction scene, the “rain” scene. Or maybe, the leaflet just lists the main songs. I don’t know, but none of the songs resembled to the original “Come Up And Try My New Parts” we heard a few months ago!

    Sorry about the quality. I don’t have a scanner lol.

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    Comment from Kevin
    Time: July 20, 2008, 9:25 pm

    Blame Not my Cheeks goes along the lines of “Blame not my cheeks, though pale with love they be. Ha hahahahaha, have you seen a lilly grow? Before rude hands have touch-ed it. Hahahaha, Hhahaha.”

    Yeah, I’m assuming thats the song she sang for a minute at the opera and then was boo’d off stage. Someone else went and told me that other audience members were confused of why Come Up and Try My New Parts wasn’t in the movie. Darren said the original movie was 2 hours and 30 minutes long and they removed 7 songs to shorten the movie to 1 hour and 40ish minutes. He also said that the songs that were cut are going to be on the soundtrack. Hopefully the directors cut of the DVD or like a deluxe edition will hold the whole 2 hour and 30 minute movie with all the songs including Come Up and Try My New Parts.

    Comment from admin
    Time: July 20, 2008, 9:30 pm

    Very interesting, Kevin! Thanks for the info!

    Comment from Kevin
    Time: July 20, 2008, 11:25 pm

    No problem 🙂

    I’m really excited to see Mark It Up and Zydrate Anatomy on screen! Hopefully one day we’ll get to see Come Up and Try My New Parts in the movie but just listening to Paris’ rendition of the song will suffice. It sucks that I have to wait until November to watch this film, maybe even later if it doesn’t come to my city. Oh well, at least I get to hear the soundtrack! Just about two more months for the soundtrack! Hopefully DLB will start freaking leaking some tracks!

    Comment from Kevin
    Time: July 21, 2008, 10:59 pm

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