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  • Originally posted by winoman
    A funny thing about the focus disc is that many years ago (before CDs - yeah I'm really old!) I had the album on my turntable and had it set to 45 rpm versus 33 (thats a faster speed for those not familiar - lol) - and played the album all the way through that way - (I realized it at some point - but wow - it sounded great! - what virtuosos! lol - well they are/were anyway...) - yeah so anyway - I've since listend to it on fast speed a number of times and recommend it (to our progressive fan(s)? here - if they have access to the album and a turtable with 45 rpm)...or perhaps if they can download it and up the pitch quite a bit on playback or such.....(funny I have pitch control on both [one of my] turntable(s) and [one of my] cassette deck(s) - and this was pretty cool in its time...
    That's hilarious!!

    Actually how Jungle got started ... stick a hip hop beat on 45 and tuh daaa!!

    Lyrics Born - Later That Day
    Atmosphere - Seven's Travels
    De La Soul - AOI-1 & 2
    MadLib - Shades of Blue
    Andrea Parker
    Dj Assault
    Dj Shadow


    • soulfly - babylon


      • capital z and rmean
        Discover, share and connect with culture, creativity, sound, images and people.

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        • LISTENING TO:
          tata...desar eech yeghav


          • <-- Listening to Stevie B "I'll be loving you all my life"


            • What purpose does that picture serve?


              • hahaha. indeed. digital sparkles. Dr. Motte and Westbam - Sunshine


                • Originally posted by TomServo
                  What purpose does that picture serve?

                  it's pretty!!! pretty doesn't need any excuse!!

                  Here's another one, just cause you said that...i will post one with all my threads!


                  • Okay, back on topic.

                    Listening to Talk Radio and it's boring.


                    • I'm listening to the sample instrumental for the song "I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight" which might be used on my album.