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re: Playlist:  jenn  8 Sep 13 5:01PM Thread Closed

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I Go To The Barn Because I Like The

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Band of Horses


http://youtu.be/jPHXj_FbqgA

re: Playlist:  unknown  8 Sep 13 5:09PM Thread Closed

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> P.S.Y. by The Butthole Surfers - http://youtu.be/25pjDbgOjNY

LOL! I used to love those guys.

re: Playlist:  jenn  8 Sep 13 5:19PM Thread Closed

  > LOL! I used to love those guys.


Still love them ;)

Had to give them first billing on this playlist just for being so effing good.

re: Playlist:  Cerulise  8 Sep 13 6:52PM Thread Closed

Ever burn a huge MP3 CD? It can have volumes and volumes bigger than a CD that's usually bought completed in a small compilation and about an hour plus max. The MP3 CD can create a bigger disc that plays a small library of CD in anything with the correct format to do so; it was great for less things to carry around, holding about 4-5 albums in a single burnt disc with its best quality arrayed in folders.

A highly articulated piece of hardware can even switch between them in whole libraries if they're MP3 based. Good stuff if modded DIY in one's own vehicle.

re: Playlist:  jenn  8 Sep 13 7:17PM Thread Closed

Certainly have. I only really burn data CD's/DVD's, and not music/movie format type CD's/DVD's.

Your typical DVD is 4.7gig of data space - and my DVD/Bluray (2 - internal and external) - reader/writers can read any CD/DVD/BluRay formatted for data.

Any decent modern MP3 playing device such as a car CD player can play from data MP3 files, and not just the formatted music .cda type.

I have an iPod too, and it's 160gig capacity, and I've only used 59gigs of it so far.

That's about 4000 songs on it, or about 4 continuous days play.

re: Playlist:  Cerulise  8 Sep 13 7:27PM Thread Closed

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> That's about 4000 songs on it, or about 4 continuous days play.

That seems a bit of the circle from an allusive singularity of opera from Richard Wagner into smaller bits. Fascinating thinking to myself, at least... no need to be impressed. ;)

re: Playlist:  jenn  8 Sep 13 7:37PM Thread Closed

> That seems a bit of the circle from an allusive singularity of opera
> from Richard Wagner into smaller bits. Fascinating thinking to myself,
> at least... no need to be impressed. ;)


I really only love Tristan and Isolde from Wagner.. the rest of the Cycle makes me want to dig deep ditches out in the back garden and fill them up with tar and set light to it.

haha! Not really, there's some beautiful but also dreadful bits to it.

re: Playlist:  Cerulise  9 Sep 13 8:57AM Thread Closed

> haha! Not really, there's some beautiful but also dreadful bits to
> it.

I'd have to agree. After all, I downloaded at least a week's worth of Wagner if I went into it intensely, and yet it's impossible to stay close to it in the fast, modern era. So what happens when you pick randomly when you can't speak or read the German language exactly? A lot like metaphorically throwing darts at a spinning globe.

re: Playlist:  jenn  10 Sep 13 5:28AM Thread Closed

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Dirty Harry

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Gorillaz


http://youtu.be/cLnkQAeMbIM

re: Playlist:  jenn  10 Sep 13 10:18AM Thread Closed

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Black Hair

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Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds



http://youtu.be/RtODpaaMOsM

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