I went to find them, and thought I had lost them, but luckily I saved the video of Carloads way back when on an external drive full of videos. I *may* have the rest of the LM ones (maybe 2 more?) on my mp3 player; I'm about to head out, so I'll try and remember to bring it in from my car tonight. [Let me know if I forget, I very well may ;x ]
Please repost them! I've never known the pleasure of seeing a live Les Mouches video. Also, sarpedon, I too live in Virginia. Where in the state are you from?
I live in Hampton Roads, hooray for history! ;D Anyway, I may have another ("Tastes like Homo" or something) somewhere, but until then, here's Carloads of Whatever!: www.youtube.com/watch?v=rM4okPLUxXk
If you want to know more about Les Mouches then you should try to get a copy of The Electrical Tape Summer 2004 dvd. It's still listed at the blue house and has indepth profile of the band (interviews and a few snippets of rehersals) that last 20 mins or so. Not for the music but if you want to hear the back story it very interesting.
Is there much of a difference in quality between MP3 and FLAC?
FLAC is lossless. Essentially the best quality digital can get. MP3 is a compressed digital format. If you're worried about memory space, FLAC files are VERY large but sound much better than MP3. If you're only going to listen through cheap headphones / laptop speakers, then MP3 would do you just fine. But I personally prefer higher quality.