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Discussion in 'Music, Movies & Media' started by Helix, Dec 20, 2011.
ahhh, my heart is melting
My fridge making weird noises
Where are you? God this place isn't the same without you. *kisses*
oldie but goodie.
The morin khuur and dulcimer hook on this beat makes the track.
@feminist jazz hands
Never bothered to properly listen to Goldie, now's a good time. I associate Brian Eno's classic albums with long train rides and blank staring into a treeline going by. More than once I have fallen asleep to one of his ambient albums and it played on repeat for 8 hours straight, so by now there must be a brain lobe reserved for Eno.
On work my phone does the job of a dj as it sometimes skips to another video on its own. Most of the stuff playing on a station called "suomi-pop" equals for Chinese water torture, so it doesn't matter what I listen to, anything else, just anything.
hey hey hey oooOOOooooOOOoooh
Goldie is slowly turning into rambling crackhead, but he's still pretty good, i guess... Eno and Riley were some of the first ambient musicians, from what i have gathered. Lot of early sampling and tape on tape effects.. i really dig that kind of stuff. But, i can't concentrate on it for longer periods of time either.. youtube has an annoying habit of sliding onto some of the more popular video playlists.. i can't even look at my recommended local vids without feeling sort of reverse-nationalism, so i can relate. Lol, der Sturmer.. i'm not paying attention to the NSBM scene anymore, but bands like these are still somewhat entertaining. On the other hand, a buddy told me about some festivals going on in Ukraine, and that's really something. Nearly all of the performers were behinds bars for some time, and the headliner of one such fest, Temnozor(lol), were banned from Russsia for being too much of crazy nationalists. How much of a crazy nationalist you have to be to get banned from Russia?!?
some weeb shit
Back at ya.. with Cypress Hill 1992
No visine, just a lil bit of afro sheen.. an a High Times magazine.
It really is you..
Listened a whole week to Bonzai Records, hard trance and to albums of those who were on Thunderdome compilations.
Thanks again, @gert7 <3
RIP Gregg Allman