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Old 12-03-2011, 09:55 PM   #1681
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THIS... is a great song. "We have to shout above the din of our rice crispies, we can't hear anything at all." Well done SR.
yes, I had that Album, literally, as in 'wax' - 33, man, where did the time go?
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Old 12-03-2011, 10:01 PM   #1682
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yes, I had that Album, literally, as in 'wax' - 33, man, where did the time go?
I was a cassette guy on that one but have several albums. Still buy them when they're available... which is still possible with a couple of my favorite artists... Pearl Jam and Jamey Johnson. Hit up the local music shop for some old vinyl now and then.
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Old 12-03-2011, 10:03 PM   #1683
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I was a cassette guy on that one but have several albums. Still buy them when they're available... which is still possible with a couple of my favorite artists... Pearl Jam and Jamey Johnson. Hit up the local music shop for some old vinyl now and then.
i'm going to buy a turntable, i think.
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i'm going to buy a turntable, i think.
It does tend to help when playing vinyl... which is still the best medium for sound quality imho.
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It does tend to help when playing vinyl... which is still the best medium for sound quality imho.
Yes, and there are plenty of high quality units out there, I'll probably pick one up on ebay. Maybe even two, I also like a lot of electronic music, and the availability on 'white labels' in/from London, is thick. Lot's of original 'can't find on cd/itunes' music. Even regarding their hip-hop and industrial scenes.
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Yes, and there are plenty of high quality units out there, I'll probably pick one up on ebay. Maybe even two, I also like a lot of electronic music, and the availability on 'white labels' in/from London, is thick. Lot's of original 'can't find on cd/itunes' music. Even regarding their hip-hop and industrial scenes.
I "like" some electronic music but have to admit it was more of a phase in college... New Order, Depeche Mode, Dead Or Alive... I do like some Moby... but I'm guessing to an electronic music lover those aren't "real artists." Everyone likes "Sandstorm" but again... probably makes me more a pretender.
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I "like" some electronic music but have to admit it was more of a phase in college... New Order, Depeche Mode, Dead Or Alive... I do like some Moby... but I'm guessing to an electronic music lover those aren't "real artists." Everyone likes "Sandstorm" but agian... probably makes me more a pretender.
I literally listened to Moby in 1993.5 - crazy - when I first moved here, Georgia State Radio (album 88) which is 88.5 on the dial, held a electronica show every Saturday night, it eventually matured into a drum-n-bass show titled 'subterrainean' - so for us who've kept up w/ these genres, Moby is basically the ELO or Molly Hatchet's are to the metal fans. But i'd never question his talent and creativity, I rarely ever download trance, it's almost always breakbeat, a variation of drum and bass or instrumental hip-hop.... I've got an odd little flavor, musically.

By the way, I actually saw Moby live at The Roxy here, off of Peachtree. In 99ish, he did old stuff like Next is the 'E'
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furthermore; I have seen Depeche Mode about 3 times over the yrs. They used to amaze me.... Namely w/ 'Personal Jesus' - phenomenal music video.
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I literally listened to Moby in 1993.5 - crazy - when I first moved here, Georgia State Radio (album 88) which is 88.5 on the dial, held a electronica show every Saturday night, it eventually matured into a drum-n-bass show titled 'subterrainean' - so for us who've kept up w/ these genres, Moby is basically the ELO or Molly Hatchet's are to the metal fans. But i'd never question his talent and creativity, I rarely ever download trance, it's almost always breakbeat, a variation of drum and bass or instrumental hip-hop.... I've got an odd little flavor, musically.

By the way, I actually saw Moby live at The Roxy here, off of Peachtree. In 99ish, he did old stuff like Next is the 'E'
See, I knew I was out of my league with this topic heh. But I'll always love...

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New Order's hit, was fantastic, but they weren't full of hits, just one two or three, or so.
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New Order's hit, was fantastic, but they weren't full of hits, just one two or three, or so.
Which is often the sign of an artist being good imo. Hits are based on mass appeal... musical ability, lyricism, talent aren't... and this is from a guy who's made a career of radio.
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Which is often the sign of an artist being good imo. Hits are based on mass appeal... musical ability, lyricism, talent aren't... and this is from a guy who's made a career of radio.
that song was incredible. I believe it was in the movie: "Less Than Zero"
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that song was incredible. I believe it was in the movie: "Less Than Zero"
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Well since it's a music video thread.... not a real video but at least it's the full version....


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