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"Vow" Garbage on CD OPPO BDP-105 optical with the Meier Stack and T1

 

"Helplessly Hoping" CSN high resolution Amarra and HD800

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hehe yeah it has some little treble daggers of bliss with some visceral bass thrown in for good measure. STS9 has a very broad range of sound, check out their more jazzy/rock stuff.

 

Will do! Thanks for the intro to STS9!!!

 

:cool:

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Yes - that is bad. You seem to have misplaced your soul.

 

Turn off the lights, have a beer, sit back, relax, close your eyes. Turn up the volume. Listen to it again.

 

Please take care not to lose it again.

 

More epic trance:

 

 

 

 

 

 

no... maybe is the music you posting... you see the second post on top the one with the video of moby... how is that...  is it boring or not that good for you....?

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no... maybe is the music you posting... you see the second post on top the one with the video of moby... how is that...  is it boring or not that good for you....?

 

I like that! I like Moby a lot in general!

 

This is one of my favorite Moby songs:

 

 

Kind of understated but yet sublime. I find it odd that you can enjoy Moby and still not enjoy that passage of Northern Exposure. No two humans are born alike huh?

 

Or maybe you just lack a soul? lol. :D

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I like that! I like Moby a lot in general!

 

This is one of my favorite Moby songs:

 

 

Kind of understated but yet sublime. I find it odd that you can enjoy Moby and still not enjoy that passage of Northern Exposure. No two humans are born alike huh?

 

Or maybe you just lack a soul? lol. :D

    

maybe is just your taste... shoot me with one song you think is great...


Edited by Johnnyhi - 11/4/13 at 9:17pm
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aww come on guys, no need to get silly here.

 

For jazz lovers, here is what i have found to be one of the most overlooked, historical, and well recorded albums i've come across.

 

Miles Davis - Bags' Groove

 

Just look at all the performers in this album, and who later on became very, very famous. There was a lot of firsts, and onlys in this album. Worth a listen!

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aww come on guys, no need to get silly here.

 

For jazz lovers, here is what i have found to be one of the most overlooked, historical, and well recorded albums i've come across.

 

Miles Davis - Bags' Groove

 

Just look at all the performers in this album, and who later on became very, very famous. There was a lot of firsts, and onlys in this album. Worth a listen!

 

 

just having a good time...:wink_face:

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^ lol, nice one.

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maybe is just your taste... shoot me with one song you think is great...

 

Wow - you drive a hard bargain. You know I'm only joking with you right!

 

Honestly - everything I post I think is great or I wouldn't post it. But Sasha & John are more in the "art" category than pure trance category if you ask me. But then again - so is Moby.

 

The "Ferry Corsten - Star Traveller" I poster earlier I think is pretty much as good as it gets in the *pure trance* category. How do you like that one?

 

Or how about some classic DJ Tiesto? :biggrin:

 

 


Edited by TwoEars - 11/4/13 at 9:35pm
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Wow - you drive a hard bargain. You know I'm only joking with you right!

 

Honestly - everything I post I think is great or I wouldn't post it. But Sasha & John are more in the "art" category than pure trance category if you ask me. But then again - so is Moby.

 

The "Ferry Corsten - Star Traveller" I poster earlier I think is pretty much as good as it gets in the *pure trance* category. How do you like that one?

 

Or how about some classic DJ Tiesto? :biggrin:

 

 

there you go... :bigsmile_face: "Star Traveller" liked it...


Edited by Johnnyhi - 11/4/13 at 9:45pm
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there you go... :bigsmile_face:

 

Ok - we've found some common ground. I'll give you your soul back! Lol. I've got to go to bed like a nice little boy now anyway.

 

But I still find it strange that someone can enjoy Moby and not appreciate the finer points of Sasha & John Digweed! Oh well...


Edited by TwoEars - 11/4/13 at 9:43pm
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that Star Traveller video background brought back memories from the show how the universe works... good ost and good show...

 

 


Edited by Johnnyhi - 11/4/13 at 10:07pm
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Beautiful!

 

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Originally Posted by brunk View Post
 

aww come on guys, no need to get silly here.

 

For jazz lovers, here is what i have found to be one of the most overlooked, historical, and well recorded albums i've come across.

 

Miles Davis - Bags' Groove

 

Just look at all the performers in this album, and who later on became very, very famous. There was a lot of firsts, and onlys in this album. Worth a listen!

 

 

just having a good time...:wink_face:

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Ian fury and the blockheads.... Anything by those guys!
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