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  1. Damn that's a stable and clear shot!
  2. Agreed--just reviewed '22 purchases real quick to make sure and there's no question.
  3. Man, Trent showed them how it was done. I had sound complaints for most acts at this thing and I don't know what the sound folks or Trent himself set up for the show but it was devastating. In all my years of live music, I'm not quite sure how they made it so loud yet so crystal clear and spatially tasty. People may fun on me but I don't want to go deaf so I wear gun range level muffs at shows. I legitimately had to readjust frequently because the sound pressures were nudging them off my head. It's wicked that, at 57, he's pulling it off as flawlessly as he did 30 years ago when I first saw him. I haven't heard as much Fragile material out over the years so it was badass to come straight out with "Somewhat Damaged"
  4. I was in LA recently for Primavera. Outside in the melee of folks, a young lad had an Irish flag draped around his naked torso. A black fella came up to him and said "hey, you Irish?" and the lad said he was and they bantered a bit. Black gent walks off but snaps back to tap his shoulder: "oh hey, I forgot, FUCK THE QUEEN!" and the Irish lad's eyes lit up with glee. He went into a drunken tirade that wasn't very legible to my old ears but I did hear "slag" and "fuck" quite a bit.
  5. Will be at Primavera next week principally for Tront but also to take the pulse of the youth of today. 5-6 long years since the heady Day for Night WATMM meet-ups but would love to say "hi" to anybody. Becoming a "Techno O'o" slowly but surely
  6. Man, of all the songs Tom should have tackled on the record, "We Belong" is like the last one imo. I've always loved the unexpected or iconoclastic remix but making Danny's vocals compete against 3 or 4 mix-n-match Shobaleader stems is a strange move. I think it's probably because I like the original too much and can't recalibrate my brain.
  7. I'm not a Peterson apologist by any means but he really gives it to the neckbeards/incels any time the topic comes up
  8. lol blackpilled af but he's not wrong. What actually did the trick was the materialism treadmill, not the collegiate emergence from the Platonic cave. It has kept us in line and out of the revolutions but for how long? It's a complex topic but the problem is that history pretty much concludes in blood on most topics important to the proles (labor, education, living conditions, etc). We're conditioned with non-violent opposition and civil disobedience via the Ghandi/MLK narrative but that only happened twice. The rest of it is a blood bath. At least back in the day, when the coal miners blew up railroad tracks, assassinated company executives and sabotaged operations, the animus was correctly aimed (ignoring broader ethical considerations like omitting friction in physics problems). These days, I'm afraid we'll just consume ourselves in an impotent, tribal rage.
  9. God I loved that part. I still do. It's tough to get gals to grow a good bush because they've waxed for so long that they're now "grossed out" when it starts to come in.
  10. Never apologize for your taste or feelings, Hugh. You gotta understand that 0pn going in the pond or this one not tickling your fancy are where memes and good threads are born. I miss the days of fighting over records like when Monolith's "Welcome" had 60 pages of debate. We just quietly consoom these days and a spirited take gets met with a lone Farnsworth
  11. Suuure, it was all fun and games with Belinda Carlisle and Bon Jovi--Kirsty Hawkshaw even! Try a little Spice and we suddenly rebuke them? It's a smart move really. The youngsters who were in Lego realm during the Spice Girls fever pitch are prime pillin' age currently. Paul and Phil are rave caretakers.
  12. JBP dropping a gift for the heads via his recent Lex Fridman podcast appearance. Lots of po-tential as he would say. TR-JP01.wav 1920144449_202toMarxland.wav
  13. This is pretty bangin' start to finish. The gospel/rap/R&B/soul injections are bad as hell and it can get really emotive at times. I put the record on and fired up flight simulator to unwind. I happened to be executing a buttery landing when "Stump" came on and there was suddenly a real majesty to the proceedings. Anyway, worth the price of admission. It's probably my favorite thing he's done.
  14. Thought it was gonna stay minimal and bangin like the rest of Luke's EP but he hit the Tangerine Dream button in the second half and it rocks so hard. Lush on a Real Train.
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