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Hello[edit]

Welcome to my user page. Thanks for visiting. Now I guess you came here to learn a little about me, or abuse me, either way, I'm happy to help. I'm Australian, interested in movies, sport and music. I mainly edit Wikipedia just to pass time, to escape, to gain knowledge and I suppose to help someone else learn something (and because I have this watchlist of things to upkeep now! Damn IP vandals!) Nearly all of the articles i edit are music articles, those are what i know how to edit so i just stick with those, plus i'm always on the search to learn more about artists and their work. Fascinating! Click the links above for more.

9,000+ This user has made more than 9,000 contributions to Wikipedia.
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WikiProject Albums.
Crystal Clear app kguitar.png This user enjoys rock music.
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Stratocaster detail DSC06937.jpg This user is a part of WikiProject Alternative music.
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WikiProject Green Day

Barnstars[edit]

Music barnstar.png The Music Barnstar
Awarded to Kiac for his valued contributions to Australian music articles. — Dan arndt (talk) 07:22, 5 May 2009 (UTC)
Peace Barnstar 6.png The Barnstar of Diplomacy
For THAT edit summary on musicOMH. Nicely done. RB88 (T) 23:34, 31 October 2009 (UTC)
  • Did You Know? ... that Australian band The Sundance Kids was formed in a shopping centre car park over takeaway pizza? (September 2009)
  • Did You Know? ... that American band Cartel took one year to record their third full-length album, Cycles, after spending less than a month in the studio for each of their previous two albums? (October 2009)
  • Did You Know? ... that American band Person L's use of a diverse mix of sounds and genres on their record The Positives, has been compared to the style used by Jawbox and Fugazi? (November 2009)
  • Did You Know? ... that Alter the Ending was released by American rock band Dashboard Confessional in a deluxe edition, which includes a full CD of acoustic versions of the album's songs? (November 2009)
  • Did You Know? ... that the first single from In the Room Up There, Australian band Elora Danan's debut album, was entitled "Door, Up, Elevator" and "inspired by elevator music, and the etiquette that goes on in elevators"? (December 2009)