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2014-01-29 01:35:14 PM

stupiddream: LewDux:

Another "victim" of nepotism, just like Kate Bush

You shut your whore mouth about Kate!  The Ninth Wave is one of the most beautiful pieces of music ever written.

/Unless you were being sarcastic?  Well then carry on.


Kate Bush was also very young when she hit the charts, I suspect that was the joke.
 
2014-01-29 01:36:19 PM

GCD: LewDux: GCD: Neglecting to include Slayer's Jeff Hanneman among the list of deceased musicians in 2013 - a slap in the face.

Who's face?

It's disrespectful mostly to Slayer Especially since they are a two-time Grammy award winner. You'd think that if the "industry" took the time to recognize them twice, they'd at least include Hanneman's death in the "In Memoriam" segment of the show.


The fact that Slayer has twice as many Grammy awards as the Beach Boys tells you everything you need to know about them.
 
2014-01-29 01:40:17 PM
Loreweaver--

That was great--thanks.  Lindsey Stirling can play, and as a bonus is hot!  I grew up playing the violin (quit it and took up guitar when I was 15 for the usual, obvious reasons a teenage boy opts to do so), and there was never anyone who looked like that running around our group of nerdy violinists.

Again, thanks for helping an older dude learning and hearing new music.
 
2014-01-29 01:55:35 PM

Hebalo: GCD: LewDux: GCD: Neglecting to include Slayer's Jeff Hanneman among the list of deceased musicians in 2013 - a slap in the face.

Who's face?

It's disrespectful mostly to Slayer Especially since they are a two-time Grammy award winner. You'd think that if the "industry" took the time to recognize them twice, they'd at least include Hanneman's death in the "In Memoriam" segment of the show.

The fact that Slayer has twice as many Grammy awards as the Beach Boys tells you everything you need to know about them.


Know about whom?  (The Grammies or The Beach Boys or The Slayer?)
 
2014-01-29 01:58:55 PM

Hebalo: GCD: LewDux: GCD: Neglecting to include Slayer's Jeff Hanneman among the list of deceased musicians in 2013 - a slap in the face.

Who's face?

It's disrespectful mostly to Slayer Especially since they are a two-time Grammy award winner. You'd think that if the "industry" took the time to recognize them twice, they'd at least include Hanneman's death in the "In Memoriam" segment of the show.

The fact that Slayer has twice as many Grammy awards as the Beach Boys tells you everything you need to know about them.


Wow.  I didn't stay awake long enough to miss that part.
That is farked up.  Henneman may not have been up to par with Satrianni, or anything.  But he, along with his band, were among the most influential in that entire genre of music.
I had Reign in Blood on auto-repeat in my car for like a year straight!!
 
2014-01-29 02:03:09 PM

IRQ12: I've never seen a picture of her where she looks anything less than mid/late 20's.  Maybe she just has a weird face or something but I have a hard time believing she's 17 (her 16 year old pictures look no different).


it's gotta be the hair. I mean, it worked well with Darlene on Roseanne... but that show was on the air like 20 years ago. Anyone just now starting to wear a fairly dated hairstyle is going to look much older than they are.
 
2014-01-29 02:09:07 PM

Far Cough: Hebalo: GCD: LewDux: GCD: Neglecting to include Slayer's Jeff Hanneman among the list of deceased musicians in 2013 - a slap in the face.

Who's face?

It's disrespectful mostly to Slayer Especially since they are a two-time Grammy award winner. You'd think that if the "industry" took the time to recognize them twice, they'd at least include Hanneman's death in the "In Memoriam" segment of the show.

The fact that Slayer has twice as many Grammy awards as the Beach Boys tells you everything you need to know about them.

Know about whom?  (The Grammies or The Beach Boys or The Slayer?)


The Grammies.
 
2014-01-29 02:10:29 PM

Hebalo: stupiddream: LewDux:

Another "victim" of nepotism, just like Kate Bush

You shut your whore mouth about Kate!  The Ninth Wave is one of the most beautiful pieces of music ever written.

/Unless you were being sarcastic?  Well then carry on.

Kate Bush was also very young when she hit the charts, I suspect that was the joke.


No, joke is then people are judged by social standing or likely imagined wealth of their parents
 
2014-01-29 02:12:24 PM

FeedTheCollapse: IRQ12: I've never seen a picture of her where she looks anything less than mid/late 20's.  Maybe she just has a weird face or something but I have a hard time believing she's 17 (her 16 year old pictures look no different).

it's gotta be the hair. I mean, it worked well with Darlene on Roseanne... but that show was on the air like 20 years ago. Anyone just now starting to wear a fairly dated hairstyle is going to look much older than they are.


Hah, you got it.  Darlene is faking being a 17 year old musician from NZ.
 
2014-01-29 02:14:25 PM

Mad_Radhu: jwookie: Watched True Detective instead. Sooo, go wash up ya got some pussy on ya.

[film-book.com image 850x478]

Alexandra Daddario is a peach. Like when you eat a peach that is so ripe you can push your thumb through the skin. The juice runs down your chin and drips onto your chest, and the place in between your fingers gets so sticky you have trouble separating them. The next day, even after you wash your hands, you can still smell the sweet juice on your skin and, if no one is watching, you lick your fingers and the memory of that sweet fruit on your tongue floods back.
Alexandra Daddario  is like that.


I need a cigarette now.
 
2014-01-29 02:22:46 PM

telejester: Mad_Radhu: jwookie: Watched True Detective instead. Sooo, go wash up ya got some pussy on ya.

[film-book.com image 850x478]

Alexandra Daddario is a peach. Like when you eat a peach that is so ripe you can push your thumb through the skin. The juice runs down your chin and drips onto your chest, and the place in between your fingers gets so sticky you have trouble separating them. The next day, even after you wash your hands, you can still smell the sweet juice on your skin and, if no one is watching, you lick your fingers and the memory of that sweet fruit on your tongue floods back.
Alexandra Daddario  is like that.

I need a cigarette now.



Yeah, that was beautiful. Takes long drag.
 
kab
2014-01-29 02:23:17 PM
And folks think the recording industry is dead.

LMAO.
 
2014-01-29 02:24:24 PM

telejester: Mad_Radhu: jwookie: Watched True Detective instead. Sooo, go wash up ya got some pussy on ya.

[film-book.com image 850x478]

Alexandra Daddario is a peach. Like when you eat a peach that is so ripe you can push your thumb through the skin. The juice runs down your chin and drips onto your chest, and the place in between your fingers gets so sticky you have trouble separating them. The next day, even after you wash your hands, you can still smell the sweet juice on your skin and, if no one is watching, you lick your fingers and the memory of that sweet fruit on your tongue floods back.
Alexandra Daddario  is like that.

I need a cigarette now.


I shamelessly stole that from a previous ScarJo thread, I have to admit.
 
2014-01-29 02:37:12 PM

LewDux: Hebalo: stupiddream: LewDux:

Another "victim" of nepotism, just like Kate Bush

You shut your whore mouth about Kate!  The Ninth Wave is one of the most beautiful pieces of music ever written.

/Unless you were being sarcastic?  Well then carry on.

Kate Bush was also very young when she hit the charts, I suspect that was the joke.

No, joke is then people are judged by social standing or likely imagined wealth of their parents


This sent my mind down a rabbit hole.  What if David Gilmour had not heard Kate due to knowing a friend of the family?  And how many great talents have passed by unknown simply because no one who had the connections to bring them to World ever heard them?  But, alas, this is the way of the World.
 
2014-01-29 02:37:59 PM

Mad_Radhu: telejester: Mad_Radhu: jwookie: Watched True Detective instead. Sooo, go wash up ya got some pussy on ya.

[film-book.com image 850x478]

Alexandra Daddario is a peach. Like when you eat a peach that is so ripe you can push your thumb through the skin. The juice runs down your chin and drips onto your chest, and the place in between your fingers gets so sticky you have trouble separating them. The next day, even after you wash your hands, you can still smell the sweet juice on your skin and, if no one is watching, you lick your fingers and the memory of that sweet fruit on your tongue floods back.
Alexandra Daddario  is like that.

I need a cigarette now.

I shamelessly stole that from a previous ScarJo thread, I have to admit.


I'm going to share this with my boss.  I hope she appreciates it.
 
2014-01-29 02:55:11 PM
From Pee Wee Herman's Twitter Feed.

pbs.twimg.com

/hot linky!
 
2014-01-29 03:00:43 PM

telejester: Mad_Radhu: telejester: Mad_Radhu: jwookie: Watched True Detective instead. Sooo, go wash up ya got some pussy on ya.

[film-book.com image 850x478]

Alexandra Daddario is a peach. Like when you eat a peach that is so ripe you can push your thumb through the skin. The juice runs down your chin and drips onto your chest, and the place in between your fingers gets so sticky you have trouble separating them. The next day, even after you wash your hands, you can still smell the sweet juice on your skin and, if no one is watching, you lick your fingers and the memory of that sweet fruit on your tongue floods back.
Alexandra Daddario  is like that.

I need a cigarette now.

I shamelessly stole that from a previous ScarJo thread, I have to admit.

I'm going to share this with my boss.  I hope she appreciates it.


And yet another job lost to farking off at work.
 
2014-01-29 03:08:46 PM

Deep Contact: telejester: Mad_Radhu: jwookie: Watched True Detective instead. Sooo, go wash up ya got some pussy on ya.

[film-book.com image 850x478]

Alexandra Daddario is a peach. Like when you eat a peach that is so ripe you can push your thumb through the skin. The juice runs down your chin and drips onto your chest, and the place in between your fingers gets so sticky you have trouble separating them. The next day, even after you wash your hands, you can still smell the sweet juice on your skin and, if no one is watching, you lick your fingers and the memory of that sweet fruit on your tongue floods back.
Alexandra Daddario  is like that.

I need a cigarette now.


Yeah, that was beautiful. Takes long drag.



Have you seen the show, though?  Unleashing those puppies was like every Christmas morning rolled together.
 
2014-01-29 03:15:51 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2014-01-29 03:22:47 PM

Salmon: Is Pink trying out for Cirque du Soliel these days?


I don't know, but she's got a great ass.
 
2014-01-29 03:34:14 PM

durbnpoisn: Loreweaver: Fear the Clam: d23: meh.  I'm almost 41.  Who cares how the music is released.

I'm 47 and I care. Once I download a music file I can play it on my stereo at home and put it on my iPod and listen to it on the go without even thinking about it. When I was in my teens and 20s if I bought a record and wanted to listen to it on my Walkman or in a car I would have had to make a tape of it first. Things are so much better now.

I buy the physical CD, and rip it. But, that is for two reasons:
1) I like the better audio quality of the CD over MP3 when listening on my home stereo
2) I'm paranoid about iTunes being able to delete my entire digital collection at any time, just because they can get away with it legally, and force me to re-purchase everything.

omg...  Fark iTunes.  My wife purchased like ~450 songs over time.  Then the machine they were on died.  I saved the drive, and all the songs.  But they were ALL DRM LOCKED to that machine.  So now, whatever she has on that iPod it was synched to is it.  No way to recover them and move them to another device.

That is the dumbest farking thing EVER!

It's my primary argument for using Android (I used to use a Palm Pilot).  I can simply dump everything onto a MicroSD card, and bring it with me wherever I go.  Gives me control over files that I actually OWN.


iTunes allows you to authorize up to 5 computers as well as redownload everything you've ever bought from them.
 
2014-01-29 03:53:15 PM

There I Was: Loreweaver--

That was great--thanks.  Lindsey Stirling can play, and as a bonus is hot!  I grew up playing the violin (quit it and took up guitar when I was 15 for the usual, obvious reasons a teenage boy opts to do so), and there was never anyone who looked like that running around our group of nerdy violinists.

Again, thanks for helping an older dude learning and hearing new music.


I'm glad you liked it! I am also in my 40s, but I've always loved finding new music gems like these. Then again, my musical tastes have always included a little bit from every genre.
 
2014-01-29 04:03:48 PM

firegoat: durbnpoisn: Loreweaver: Fear the Clam: d23: meh.  I'm almost 41.  Who cares how the music is released.

I'm 47 and I care. Once I download a music file I can play it on my stereo at home and put it on my iPod and listen to it on the go without even thinking about it. When I was in my teens and 20s if I bought a record and wanted to listen to it on my Walkman or in a car I would have had to make a tape of it first. Things are so much better now.

I buy the physical CD, and rip it. But, that is for two reasons:
1) I like the better audio quality of the CD over MP3 when listening on my home stereo
2) I'm paranoid about iTunes being able to delete my entire digital collection at any time, just because they can get away with it legally, and force me to re-purchase everything.

omg...  Fark iTunes.  My wife purchased like ~450 songs over time.  Then the machine they were on died.  I saved the drive, and all the songs.  But they were ALL DRM LOCKED to that machine.  So now, whatever she has on that iPod it was synched to is it.  No way to recover them and move them to another device.

That is the dumbest farking thing EVER!

It's my primary argument for using Android (I used to use a Palm Pilot).  I can simply dump everything onto a MicroSD card, and bring it with me wherever I go.  Gives me control over files that I actually OWN.

iTunes allows you to authorize up to 5 computers as well as redownload everything you've ever bought from them.


I know that.  And I already had used that feature for a couple of machine upgrades.  This was a few years in, and I was out of machines.  When I wanted to unlock them, which they allow now, I had to provide proof of purchase for ALL ~450 songs.  Right.  Like I could sit there and do that.

Please don't try to defend them.  The whole idea of the DRM is farked up.  Once you buy something, it should NOT be locked into anything.  You own it.  Do what you will.

And the Apple model of not allowing any sort of access to your files has been one of the most annoying things from time out of mind.  My kids have iPhones and iPod touches.  Both of them are maxed out in their storage.  Meanwhile, I just bought a 16GB MicroSD and tripled the storage on my tablet.  I can plug that (and my phone) into the USB port, and it pops up like any other drive.  100% access.

Which one makes more sense?
 
2014-01-29 04:28:38 PM
What's with having Willie Nelson et al do that cowboy song from the 19th century?

I recorded it, FF thru most of it, ~98% of it.  I liked Taylor Swift's number, and a few others.  Very few.
 
2014-01-29 04:29:46 PM

durbnpoisn: And the Apple model of not allowing any sort of access to your files has been one of the most annoying things from time out of mind.  My kids have iPhones and iPod touches.  Both of them are maxed out in their storage.  Meanwhile, I just bought a 16GB MicroSD and tripled the storage on my tablet.  I can plug that (and my phone) into the USB port, and it pops up like any other drive.  100% access.

Which one makes more sense?


You're on a roll, so I'll just leave this here for after the adrenalin slows down...
http://howto.cnet.com/8301-11310_39-57608897-285/how-to-add-more-sto ra ge-to-an-ios-device/
 
2014-01-29 07:44:29 PM
Does anybody remember Steely Dan's "Two Against Nature" ?
It won best album at the 2001 Grammys.


*crickets*

didn't think so
 
2014-01-29 08:07:51 PM
Only one reason for increased ratings, cold weather where folks aren't used to cold weather.  It's normal for northern regions to stay inside this time of year, but areas that aren't normally that cold are staying home way more than before.

/Pro Bowl was actually worth watching, close game with real hitting.
 
2014-01-29 08:58:56 PM

durbnpoisn: firegoat: durbnpoisn: Loreweaver: Fear the Clam: d23: meh.  I'm almost 41.  Who cares how the music is released.

I'm 47 and I care. Once I download a music file I can play it on my stereo at home and put it on my iPod and listen to it on the go without even thinking about it. When I was in my teens and 20s if I bought a record and wanted to listen to it on my Walkman or in a car I would have had to make a tape of it first. Things are so much better now.

I buy the physical CD, and rip it. But, that is for two reasons:
1) I like the better audio quality of the CD over MP3 when listening on my home stereo
2) I'm paranoid about iTunes being able to delete my entire digital collection at any time, just because they can get away with it legally, and force me to re-purchase everything.

omg...  Fark iTunes.  My wife purchased like ~450 songs over time.  Then the machine they were on died.  I saved the drive, and all the songs.  But they were ALL DRM LOCKED to that machine.  So now, whatever she has on that iPod it was synched to is it.  No way to recover them and move them to another device.

That is the dumbest farking thing EVER!

It's my primary argument for using Android (I used to use a Palm Pilot).  I can simply dump everything onto a MicroSD card, and bring it with me wherever I go.  Gives me control over files that I actually OWN.

iTunes allows you to authorize up to 5 computers as well as redownload everything you've ever bought from them.

I know that.  And I already had used that feature for a couple of machine upgrades.  This was a few years in, and I was out of machines.  When I wanted to unlock them, which they allow now, I had to provide proof of purchase for ALL ~450 songs.  Right.  Like I could sit there and do that.

Please don't try to defend them.  The whole idea of the DRM is farked up.  Once you buy something, it should NOT be locked into anything.  You own it.  Do what you will.

And the Apple model of not allowing any sort of access to your files ...


Your wife bought songs on iTunes. iTunes allows you to redownload anything you've bought at any time. those ~450 or so songs can be downloaded to a new computer with iTunes that you've logged into and then resynced to a new apple device. if you want to load them onto a different kind of device you can convert them to MP3's and then put them on whatever device you want. She didn't lose anything, it sounds like you just want to blame Apple for you not wanting to do a minimal amount of work.
 
2014-01-29 11:51:18 PM

gar1013: Pathetic that there are that many people who give a crap.

Nothing but shameless self promotion from the music business with a goal of potentially selling a few more current releases.

Too much attention paid to people who show up to sing a song that someone else wrote, sung over instrumentation by anonymous studio musicians, and massaged over by crapload of producers and engineers to autotune it to perfection.

No thanks.


Except for the autotune part, you've just described Tin Pan Alley and Motown, did you know that?
 
2014-01-30 12:24:55 AM

winterlunacy: gar1013: Pathetic that there are that many people who give a crap.

Nothing but shameless self promotion from the music business with a goal of potentially selling a few more current releases.

Too much attention paid to people who show up to sing a song that someone else wrote, sung over instrumentation by anonymous studio musicians, and massaged over by crapload of producers and engineers to autotune it to perfection.

No thanks.

Except for the autotune part, you've just described Tin Pan Alley and Motown, did you know that?


Motown wasn't "anonymous studios musicians". While they didn't get famous or rich, at least we know who these guys are.

That being said, Motown's treatment of its talent isn't a model for the industry to follow.
 
2014-01-30 06:12:03 AM

stuhayes2010: Music was on records and people had access to three whole channels.


And somehow, it was all so much more exciting, elegant, and special.  And fun.
 
2014-01-30 09:03:35 AM
Why was Lorde up for a grammy and not Lordi?  Because any band that has zombie cheerleaders in a video is awesome
 
2014-01-30 09:44:25 AM

Cloudchaser Sakonige the Red Wolf: Why was Lorde up for a grammy and not Lordi?  Because any band that has zombie cheerleaders in a video is awesome


One reason is probably because it is not 2006.
 
2014-01-30 09:48:10 AM

firegoat: durbnpoisn: firegoat: durbnpoisn: Loreweaver: Fear the Clam: d23: meh.  I'm almost 41.  Who cares how the music is released.

I'm 47 and I care. Once I download a music file I can play it on my stereo at home and put it on my iPod and listen to it on the go without even thinking about it. When I was in my teens and 20s if I bought a record and wanted to listen to it on my Walkman or in a car I would have had to make a tape of it first. Things are so much better now.

I buy the physical CD, and rip it. But, that is for two reasons:
1) I like the better audio quality of the CD over MP3 when listening on my home stereo
2) I'm paranoid about iTunes being able to delete my entire digital collection at any time, just because they can get away with it legally, and force me to re-purchase everything.

omg...  Fark iTunes.  My wife purchased like ~450 songs over time.  Then the machine they were on died.  I saved the drive, and all the songs.  But they were ALL DRM LOCKED to that machine.  So now, whatever she has on that iPod it was synched to is it.  No way to recover them and move them to another device.

That is the dumbest farking thing EVER!

It's my primary argument for using Android (I used to use a Palm Pilot).  I can simply dump everything onto a MicroSD card, and bring it with me wherever I go.  Gives me control over files that I actually OWN.

iTunes allows you to authorize up to 5 computers as well as redownload everything you've ever bought from them.

I know that.  And I already had used that feature for a couple of machine upgrades.  This was a few years in, and I was out of machines.  When I wanted to unlock them, which they allow now, I had to provide proof of purchase for ALL ~450 songs.  Right.  Like I could sit there and do that.

Please don't try to defend them.  The whole idea of the DRM is farked up.  Once you buy something, it should NOT be locked into anything.  You own it.  Do what you will.

And the Apple model of not allowing any sort of access t ...


No, but, see, I tried that.
If I tried to synch the iPod with a new iTunes install, it would always take the empty library from the computer and blow away the iPod.  So, I couldn't get the songs OFF the iPod to get them INTO iTunes.
I thought you could simply do a one-way dump from the device to iTunes.  But it never worked.  I tried it on like 3 different iPods we had around, and always had the same trouble.  So I didn't want to take the chance of losing what we had on the device now.  I mean...  At least we still have the songs.  Just can't do anything else with them.

As far as downloading them all over again, the actual purchases were through WalMart, on an AMEX card that we no longer had.  This made it rather difficult to prove what we actually owned.
 
2014-01-30 10:02:43 AM

durbnpoisn: No, but, see, I tried that.
If I tried to synch the iPod with a new iTunes install, it would always take the empty library from the computer and blow away the iPod. So, I couldn't get the songs OFF the iPod to get them INTO iTunes.
I thought you could simply do a one-way dump from the device to iTunes. But it never worked. I tried it on like 3 different iPods we had around, and always had the same trouble. So I didn't want to take the chance of losing what we had on the device now. I mean... At least we still have the songs. Just can't do anything else with them.

As far as downloading them all over again, the actual purchases were through WalMart, on an AMEX card that we no longer had. This made it rather difficult to prove what we actually owned.


Wha?  I generally stay away from iStuff (for exactly this kind of reason, among other things) so I don't know, but how did WalMart let you purchase something from iTunes without you knowing the iTunes account credentials?

You know, absolute worst case you could always play the songs out the audio port and record them, or, you know, acquire them through other means.  The other folks are saying all you need to do to get the other 450 songs back is to log into your ITunes account.  Again, you're saying Walmart allowed you to buy iTunes music without you knowing the iTunes account?  Or have you lost those credentials?

/don't really care much
/good luck in any case
 
2014-01-30 10:49:44 AM

LewDux: Hebalo: stupiddream: LewDux:

Another "victim" of nepotism, just like Kate Bush

You shut your whore mouth about Kate!  The Ninth Wave is one of the most beautiful pieces of music ever written.

/Unless you were being sarcastic?  Well then carry on.

Kate Bush was also very young when she hit the charts, I suspect that was the joke.

No, joke is then people are judged by social standing or likely imagined wealth of their parents


Lorde is from the North Shore. It's one of the most affluent cities in the country.

Her parents are at least moderately wealthy.
 
2014-01-30 12:05:27 PM

mokinokaro: LewDux: Hebalo: stupiddream: LewDux:

Another "victim" of nepotism, just like Kate Bush

You shut your whore mouth about Kate!  The Ninth Wave is one of the most beautiful pieces of music ever written.

/Unless you were being sarcastic?  Well then carry on.

Kate Bush was also very young when she hit the charts, I suspect that was the joke.

No, joke is then people are judged by social standing or likely imagined wealth of their parents

Lorde is from the North Shore. It's one of the most affluent cities in the country.

Her parents are at least moderately wealthy.


So?
 
2014-01-30 12:44:07 PM
LewDux:

So?

True artists can only be from the streets. They must be homeless for a while and have eaten at least one cat. Anything else is mass produced industry connected entitlement bullsh*t.

Just spit ballin' here.
 
2014-01-30 12:57:57 PM

busy chillin': LewDux:

So?

True artists can only be from the streets. They must be homeless for a while and have eaten at least one cat.


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