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Is it me or does the breakdown around 3:30 on MT1 t29r2 always remind you of David Essex’s Rock On?

Those 5 seconds could remind you of any funky solo bass guitar around that bpm

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So, I uh, might have somewhat spur of the moment (but not really, been wanting this for a while) put a system in my car. Was initially going to just upgrade speakers but my wife talked me into going m

Considering Ae dropped 8 hours of music that year with no hype but a facebook post it was a bit much for a 25 minute EP 

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Was at a friends place last night listening to Bluetooth music through his tv . Everything sounded pretty shit with no bass but collapse even sounded good on that set up . It's crazy how good and clear and full it sounds even on shitty speakers

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Was at a friends place last night listening to Bluetooth music through his tv . Everything sounded pretty shit with no bass but collapse even sounded good on that set up . It's crazy how good and clear and full it sounds even on shitty speakers

Yeah that's right!!

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Was at a friends place last night listening to Bluetooth music through his tv . Everything sounded pretty shit with no bass but collapse even sounded good on that set up . It's crazy how good and clear and full it sounds even on shitty speakers

Yeah that's right!!

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yeah not to derail the thread but that's exactly what begs the question "why?", if it weren't for them wanting to be superficially associated with each other. am as cynical as always.

 

on topic: still not a big fan of collapse. but who cares :^)

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ive become unpleasantly annoyed with david lynch's music artists associations/choices in the last few years...

 

 

 

on topic: still not a big fan of collapse. but who cares :^)

BOOOO !!!!

 

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ive become unpleasantly annoyed with humanity in the last few years. is it an age thing?

Just finished a book by Cioran where he says people become more tolerant going older, and extremism is typical during young age (under 30)

 

...maybe he was wrong (:

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I've become unpleasantly annoyed with becoming unpleasantly annoyed. This is all very unpleasant, and I have come to find it rather annoying, imho

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Jesus. It's insane how much unreleased stuff he's dropped over the last month. A lot of stuff at the beginning of this set sounds like Analord outtakes.

Sounds like the Houston track around 36 / 37 minutes.

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Still think this is the best of his recent material by quite a bit (syro and after). The middle part of Abundance still gives me the shivers and the rest of the tracks are incredibly solid. Nice bonus that it's also loaded with sub-bass and very clear sounding production. 

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anyone remember the live version of abundance where it went ab-ab-ab-ab-ab-ab-abundance abundance abundance abundance? I cba to go through all the live sets

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On 5/8/2019 at 1:56 PM, chronical said:

anyone remember the live version of abundance where it went ab-ab-ab-ab-ab-ab-abundance abundance abundance abundance? I cba to go through all the live sets

I think it was during one of the sets he played Mt1 in. It was either Abundance or 1st 44 he played.

 

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Still think this is the best of his recent material by quite a bit (syro and after). The middle part of Abundance still gives me the shivers and the rest of the tracks are incredibly solid. Nice bonus that it's also loaded with sub-bass and very clear sounding production. 

I do agree. It's probably his best mixing since ever... and CCAI 2.

Over time Abundance went from my least fav track on the ep to my most listened to.

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