Rush - Counterparts - Sounds great on the Q701. 256kbps AAC rip. iTunes/Fidelizer - USB to E17(+2db bass boost) - to Q701.
Now: some even older Rush - http://www.last.fm/user/mcjasonb
Edited by jasonb - 12/14/12 at 8:58pm
It's still an awful song that on my local radio stations is/was played twice an hour, every hour.
But, to each their own...
Imagine that... Someone has different musical tastes... I never understood why people feel its necessary to poo-poo on other peoples tastes. If you don't like it don't listen to it.
I've listened to these three today:
Stefan Anion - Rewoven 01
Silk Digital asked Italian-born, now USA-based, Stefan Weise to put together a compilation consisting of mostly previously released tracks with a couple of new originals thrown in, but he wasn't content just doing that and decided to create new "rewoven" mixes of each song he picked. The result is a compilation that flows quite nicely as an album and is worth hearing even for those familiar with the original mixes of the tracks featured.
Danny Baranowsky - Super Meat Boy Original Soundtrack
Although there's already a myriad of phenomenal indie game soundtracks out there, Super Meat Boy's is still one of the best.
Pink Floyd - The Dark Side of the Moon
Once upon a time this used to be my favorite album of all time. I think it's still probably high in my top 10 but not quite #1 anymore. And for those of you interested, I was using my computer so the version I listened to was the one from last year. Had I been using my speaker setup my go to disc would have been the stereo SACD layer from the 30th anniversary edition. Also, for the record, my decision to listen to this album today was not inspired by Super Meat Boy's album art, so the apparent Pink Floyd connection happens to be purely coincidental.