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It didn't take her very long to cave. I don't think she expected any "outrage." She probably thought most people would like it, and most people probably did (or more accurately, most people never saw it). They just didn't say anything in her defense. Who wants to be the only person arguing with an angry mob of villagers while they're running toward the castle?too bad, Griffin gave in to it
I heard that refered to as album fatigue. Also, it makes the fist song on the other side sound better. But i am willing to go out on a limb to say this because i haven't listened to the test with the dynamite woman yet. Here goes nothin.why the last song on the side of an LP sounds worse than the first,
Not not a fan, just...never cared. There was nothing new about them, so I didn't really take notice. I was on the other side of town most of the time anyway, at reggae joints like Kingston 12. A different kind of vibe than what was happening on Sunset, you might say.not a fan of GnR?
That depends on how you want to use them once they're all together. Like I mentioned in the podcast, I've been looking for something that works for me, that does what I want it to do, for years. But there may be something out there that would do everything you need it to do without being as costly as the Sony thing.Where do I start to have them all together?
Your computer will organize alphabetically, but the style/genre thing is all in the metadata, and you control the metadata when you copy the CD.alphabeticaly or by style.I suppose that the computer organizes that for you.
I'm sure there are things out there that will do that. A piece of hardware that just "does everything." I had one of those for transferring cassettes to CDs and it worked pretty well.i was hoping to find. Something that you put your disc in and that does everything for you as you play it. Cover, art work and all tracks, a-z.
It was a bitch to cut that together. About five minutes into it I was regretting the idea, but I'm glad you liked it.PJ Harvey: "Um"
Just finished that, a really great look at modern day lynch mobs.