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Old 03-31-2010, 10:58 PM   #61
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His work went down after this...

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yeh! deff not as good!
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Jon Lajoie is bloody amazing! if there's one thing I should be proud about living in Montreal, it's that we both live in the same city haha. That man is full of win, I hope I can see him live one day.
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How unfortunate.

A hardstyle song that has been stuck in my head for the past hour or so: YouTube - DJ Showtek - FTS (**** the system)
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The Bird and the Bee - Sarah Smile (cover)
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A hardstyle song that has been stuck in my head for the past hour or so: YouTube - DJ Showtek - FTS (**** the system)
This is so pitiful because the loser actually things he is saying something. I'm actually feeling I've lost a bit of mental acuity for having heard it. Thanks.
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Old 04-01-2010, 02:27 PM   #68
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There is an obscure vintage Deep Purple song in my head now called Knocking at Your Back Door.
I saw them on that tour at the Texas Jam, with a massive 80,000+ plus general admission crowd, at the Cotton Bowl. Good show. The sound system, quadraphonic sound (no kidding) was unbelievably massive, biggest I have ever seen, and I have been to some big shows, including Pink Floyd.
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I saw them on that tour at the Texas Jam, with a massive 80,000+ plus general admission crowd, at the Cotton Bowl. Good show. The sound system, quadraphonic sound (no kidding) was unbelievably massive, biggest I have ever seen, and I have been to some big shows, including Pink Floyd.
I've never heard quadraphonic audio, but I've heard of it. Come to think of it, I haven't actually heard the term in years. You would think that with the digital age upon us as it is this would have made a resurgence. Surround must be considered the modern equivalent, but doesn't actually have four distinct channels of sound in the same way.

They had some real jam sessions back in the day. I really like other albums of theirs much better.

The solos played throughout the "Burn" album were intense, and most of the songs were played with drumming by Ian Paice (as in Paice brand cymbals) as intensely as if he was playing a drum solo the whole song. What stamina! I even like the very seventies sounding Hammond Organ riffs that were jammed out by John Lord. He was seriously intense, too. And David Coverdale was as strong a frontman as anybody had back then.

Follow the drummer throughout this one. Tuff stuff for 1974.


The passion in this one:


The driving bass line:
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I've never heard quadraphonic audio, but I've heard of it. Come to think of it, I haven't actually heard the term in years. You would think that with the digital age upon us as it is this would have made a resurgence.
The only shows I have seen that were quadraphonic (four-channel) was that Texas Jam, and Pink Floyd. When Blackmore was doing his big solo they were 'spinning' it around the stadium (fading between channels in a circular pattern). It sounded pretty cool.

There is a new version (or was, not catching on) of quadraphonic (old school term) called SACD which is a 5.1 channel mix with a higher than CD sampling rate. It takes a special player but sounds amazing on a decent system. Pink Floyd DSOTM SACD is really fantastic, like discovering it all over again. 5.1 DVD mixes are available too.

Word on Deep Purple. They rocked. Made In Japan is a great live album. I am partial to Gillian, plus his work on Born Again (Sabbath) is fantastic.
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Thanks to Joe and his post https://www.miataturbo.net/insert-bs-here-4/fuel-line-de-icer-now-mildly-nws-46222/ I've had this damn song in my head for the past two days...




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Just wanted to mention that my dad had a Quadraphonic record player with records and I actually still owned it up till about 1997. Sounded pretty cool for 1970's stuff. Even had an 8 track which I used a ton as a kid.

Yea I guess I'm that old.
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I's Multitasking

RJD2 - Making Days Longer

Sunny Day Real Estate - Seven

Omar Rodriguez Lopez - Coma Pony

Seu Jorge - Tive Raz„o
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Thanks to a joke I made in another forum, now this song, one of the gayest ever, is stuck in my head. I hope it does not mean I am a closet homosexual.
Sorry, no embedding on this one.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vziUC1IT0wo
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Zippity Do Dah

24/7/365...
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Had this gem sent to me for my birthday this week. Can't get it out of my head now. Fak.

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Zippity Do Dah

24/7/365...
so do you whistle this catchy tune while you're dumping bodies? Does it distract your from making sure you leave no evidence...damn adhd.
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so do you whistle this catchy tune while you're dumping bodies?
Actually, it is far more rewarding to whistle it while they are still alive.
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