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Old 04-19-2008, 11:29 PM   #571
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Ah, Ax is listening to mine.

Looks like I'm in time for Part 2, which I don't think he'll like as much and therefore should bring interesting observations.
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Oooh, awesome. Want to pass on the link now so I can download it and play it after phanan's list is done?
http://www.mediafire.com/?jggjmzhbbhc

7 minutes, gives about 1.5 minutes of each track, separated by fade-outs.
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16. Airbag – “Sounds That I Hear (Parts I & II)” – Sounds That I Hear (9:42)
One of the few bands who are really derivative but still manage to get a really good sound going. It couldn't be more obvious that they wish they were Pink Floyd, but unlike RPWL, they actually make their hero worship sound good.
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Ah, Ax is listening to mine.

Looks like I'm in time for Part 2, which I don't think he'll like as much and therefore should bring interesting observations.
On the contrary, my good friend, those always bring the lolz.
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http://www.mediafire.com/?jggjmzhbbhc

7 minutes, gives about 1.5 minutes of each track, separated by fade-outs.
Cheers. This'll be cool.
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"Who buys U2 records anyway? It's just music for plumbers and bricklayers. Bono, what a slob. You'd think with all that climbing about he does, he'd look real fit and that. But he's real fat, y'know. Reminds me of a soddin' mountain goat."
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yeah i think it'll be a novel...i could see what movies are free on demand but then i'd have to be on the couch and not in bed ready to pass out
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On the contrary, my good friend, those always bring the lolz.
Most definitely.
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Ah, Ax is listening to mine.

Looks like I'm in time for Part 2, which I don't think he'll like as much and therefore should bring interesting observations.
Yeah, on paper the first side definitely looks superior - and it was fucking awesome indeed. Great piece of work there.
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1. Chemical Brothers – “Block Rockin’ Beats” – Dig Your Own Hole (5:00)
Yes, I get the hint you've got those block rockin' beats. No need to keep telling me. It's making the track a bit comical. Not so sure what to make of the music. It's ... uh, interesting? Certainly a big stylistic change from the first half.
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Yeah, on paper the first side definitely looks superior - and it was fucking awesome indeed. Great piece of work there.
It's a shame I had to cut the Prince song. I was so looking forward to your comments on that one.
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Cheers. This'll be cool.
Keep in mind:

1. Production is shit right now. Sometimes intentionally, other times not. The Octavium track is so loud that it loses dynamics; really wasn't happy with how that turned out.

2. Boring drum machine is just used to keep time for now. I will do a better job of masking it and change beats around far more in the final versions.

3. Yes, many of the ideas you hear right now will make the cut. And yes, I did manage to fit in some flutes on the prog-folk parody.
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It's a shame I had to cut the Prince song. I was so looking forward to your comments on that one.
I do intend to play it, I've just moved it to the end of the tracklist. I'm curious about it after PT covered it and Bono appeared with Prince live to play it.
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2. Battles – “Atlas” – Mirrored (7:07)
I've heard plenty of good things about Battles and been meaning to check them out. This isn't quite what I expected, at least not the start. Improves around the 2:30 mark. OK, this is getting cooler. These guys are meant to be mathrock though, and I've heard plenty of better mathrock.
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3. Depeche Mode – “It’s No Good” – Ultra (5:59)
I don't mind this. A bit new wavy. But it's done well and the strong, prominent vocals serve it nicely.
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