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Deadline - Aerds

 

 

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After watching Pacific Rim - The Black i need the theme 😄

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I like to listen to this song after getting stronger, which I did today.

 

Although I'm never going to be strong enough to face Apollo Creed in a fight.

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18 minutes ago, Sandy Bridge said:

I like to listen to this song after getting stronger, which I did today.

 

Although I'm never going to be strong enough to face Apollo Creed in a fight.

 

Seth Everman ruined this song for me. I can't listen to it without thinking about his take. It's genuinely hilarious.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, cucubits said:

 

Seth Everman ruined this song for me. I can't listen to it without thinking about his take. It's genuinely hilarious.

 

 

Well gosh, I don't want the song to be ruined!  So I'm afraid I'm going to have to not listen to Seth Everman's version!

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2 minutes ago, Sandy Bridge said:

Well gosh, I don't want the song to be ruined!  So I'm afraid I'm going to have to not listen to Seth Everman's version!

 

no no, do it. I'm sure it'll be fine 😁

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Ran across another oldie but very much goldie for me. Not sure how well known in the US he was but I'm curious if you guys know of Falco. Back in the 80s/90s he had a few very well known songs playing in Europe.

 

Jeanny and Out of The Dark are two main examples

 

 

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8 hours ago, cucubits said:

Ran across another oldie but very much goldie for me. Not sure how well known in the US he was but I'm curious if you guys know of Falco. Back in the 80s/90s he had a few very well known songs playing in Europe.

 

Jeanny and Out of The Dark are two main examples

 

 

Rock me Amadeus was big in Australia back then.

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Neither of these videos receive justice on crappy laptop or small desk speakers. If you have nice speakers with a subwoofer, use them for both. You're welcome.

 

 

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On 4/24/2022 at 12:22 PM, Mr. Fox said:

Neither of these videos receive justice on crappy laptop or small desk speakers. If you have nice speakers with a subwoofer, use them for both. You're welome.

 

 

Beware the subwoofer :classic_ohmy:

 

 

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Really appreciate this thread - a lot of fun to see what people are into!

 

Here's a twist - DYI approach acoustic/analog bass as a design problem.  Half the video is on the acoustic instrument design side and the rest is a nice demo of the resulting instrument.  I really like this guys approach to music: 

 

 

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Time to leave this troubled planet for a while...
Hammock - One Another \ Artificial Paradises
 

 

 

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12 hours ago, 6730b said:

Time to leave this troubled planet for a while...
Hammock - One Another \ Artificial Paradises

 

 

 

Nice. I rather liked those.

But to quote The Eagles. "You can check-out any time you like, but you can never leave" :classic_dry:

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3 hours ago, Reciever said:

A bit of a slow burner but I enjoyed this band below over the years

 

 

Yeah, they are good. I used to listen to them too, and totally forgot about them. Thanks for the reminder. 🙂 

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On 4/7/2022 at 4:54 AM, Reciever said:

Youtube finally gave up and fed me something new

 

I was checking out their stuff recently, and my favourite were these two:
https://macroblank.bandcamp.com/album/--18
https://macroblank.bandcamp.com/album/avalanche-lp
 

It's good to realise that their music isn't theirs in any way shape or form. They are essentially mix tapes / collections of old lounge classics. They have just modified them from their original with a little bit of final production touches such as changing the tempo slightly. In fairness, they openly state this:

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and make everything free to download via Bandcamp and Mega. And they are nicely put together collections all the same. I just wish they would give proper credit as to what all the originals are, but can kind of understand why they don't in the world we live in. It is funny to see many of the younger generation comments on YouTube who think it's new and original 😂

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4 hours ago, Ishatix said:

 

I was checking out their stuff recently, and my favourite were these two:
https://macroblank.bandcamp.com/album/--18
https://macroblank.bandcamp.com/album/avalanche-lp
 

It's good to realise that their music isn't theirs in any way shape or form. They are essentially mix tapes / collections of old lounge classics. They have just modified them from their original with a little bit of final production touches such as changing the tempo slightly. In fairness, they openly state this:


and make everything free to download via Bandcamp and Mega. And they are nicely put together collections all the same. I just wish they would give proper credit as to what all the originals are, but can kind of understand why they don't in the world we live in. It is funny to see many of the younger generation comments on YouTube who think it's new and original 😂

Yeah I figured it was just a mix but I needed to switch of synthwave mixes for a bit :) 

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@6730b - Like Hammock - I'm always looking for really good ambient/relaxation tracks.

 

Okay, now don't judge too harshly for this one - no idea why, but I actually really like it.  Once in a while anyway - definitely not 24x7 (more like 2 out of 365) 😆

 

 

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Aaaaannnnnnd some classic music 😄

 

 

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