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By Rubin Farr
For the 30th anniversary of Paul's Boutique, the EPs for that album have been reissued digitally, as well as some new remixes released as well; Love American Style, Shadrach, Hey Ladies, Shake Your Rump.
By Tessier Ashpool
Yeah, so finally grabbed this little gem - sounds absolutely great, with the sort of punch you always wanted the album to have but it never quite did.
Bass comes through nice and thick and everything just sounds like, well, the production fidelity most everything including/post Check Your Head.
Had a lotta love for this back in the day, really nice to hear a well done remastering job . . . unlike the "re-release" Radiohead albums which aren't even remastered. wtf?
Check it out, hot shit, hot shit
By hello spiral
Was wondering how everyone shaved, by which I mean faces.
It occurred to me that I worked out my shaving technique myself because I didn't have the older brother/uncle/father figure to show me.
For years I've been wet shaving with a Gillette Sensor Excel. Fill sink with hot water and splash my face with it. Apply Nivea shaving gel. I start at my sideburns and work my way towards the middle of my face. Do my chin last as it's the densest with hair, so takes longer and is more unpleasant.
Recently I thought "Why do the most unpleasant part last?" So instead have been starting at my left sideburn and working my way across my face to my right sideburn.
When I'm done I splash my face with cold water and apply some Nivea aftershave balm.
I only shave once a week, if I can be bothered. Get a good beardage on first.
What about your good selves?
Wet or dry shave? Hand held razor, straight razor, electric? Where do you start and finish? Do you leave any bits (moustache, sideburns, goatee, soul patch, map of canada?) What products do you use? How frequently?
Also interested if you were taught by somebody or worked it out for yourself.
Ladies are free to join in with this thread, just exchange face for legs or pits (and probably replace brother/uncle/father figure with mother, sister or friend.....one would hope).
By Bertolt Brechtakt
30 years ago the Beastie Boys released their debut EP. Time to reminisce.
This mix is for the Beastie Boys, in great memory of Adam Yauch (R.I.P.), and all the musicians who have contributed to their legacy.
Enjoy the music.