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Some Glenn system testing.. Current configuration in New place.

It has been a long evening....    a long musical and sad evening.            and lots of Mac 12yo... 

I was gonna post this isn Slow, but I think it's more appropriate here.  TMBG's Flood came out 30 years ago today.  After I got past my initial "holy shit am I old" reaction, I reflected upon the firs

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56 minutes ago, Aura said:

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Uada - Djinn

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Guessing by the album artwork that it's probably not similar to the Carpenters, ABBA, James Taylor, etc...

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On 10/14/2020 at 7:13 PM, Aura said:

The Ocean - Phanerozoic II: Mesozoic | Cenozoic

(weird title, decent music)

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I'm listening to this now, very interesting

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And then today, Still Life and Wilderun by Veil of Imagination and some Ne Obliviscaris.black and white headbang GIF -- I have no idea who these people are.

Getting more ideas from this list:
https://rateyourmusic.com/list/sam1oq/extreme-progressive-metal-genre-draft-and-opeth-worship/

I seem to remember @cetoole citing one or two of these titles as his favourites of all time, don't know if that's still the case.

Taking a small break from that for Mono, Inc.'s Welcome to Hell, which is nicely gothic for the season.

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2 hours ago, TMoney said:

Nice retrospective on U2's debut album, Boy, on tidal this week.

https://tidal.com/magazine/article/u2-boyhood/1-75052

What a debut, man. Still holds up 40(!!!) years later.

 

 

 

Not sure if you were in the Bay Area back then but I got to see them at a free concert in the San Jose State student union. I ran across this poster on KFJC's archives. 

Great album but who knew they'd get as famous as they did (I never woulda guessed)!

 

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I paid money to see them in SF a day or two later. It was awesome to see them live because I was constantly listening to Boy. The October album tour was later in 1981 and their Warfield show was one of the best and most memorable concerts of my life.

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I'm a millennial and wasn't born until '85, but I also fell in love with them by going to live shows... only it was 15-20 years down the line. 

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I liked Boy when it came out, and up until about a year ago had thought "A Day Without Me" was about Ian Curtis' death.  But it was made known they played it live well before his suicide.

I have actually never seen them live though.....

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1 hour ago, TMoney said:

I'm a millennial and wasn't born until '85, but I also fell in love with them by going to live shows... only it was 15-20 years down the line. 

That concert was in 81.

Thanks for making me feel old as dirt!

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