Reply 361 of 383, by 1541
Reply 362 of 383, by Standard Def Steve
On the way home today:
Kings of Convenience - I'd Rather Dance With You
Harry Belafonte - Matilda
ABBA - As Good as New
Neneh Cherry - Buffalo Stance
Justin Hines - Shadow Girl
And about half of Larger Than Life by the Backstreet Boys. Briefly considered driving around the block once just to let it finish. Didn't.
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Reply 363 of 383, by brostenen
Two of my favorite albums right now is:
Brant Bjork, Tao Of The Devil...
I just love the voice of Brant. So smooth and right on'.
Reply 364 of 383, by brostenen
appiah4 wrote on 2022-02-07, 18:25:
Doom Metal never worked for me, but I'll give it a listen anyway. The albums I'm listening to most these days are Iotunn - Access All Worlds, Vektor - Terminal Redux and Kreator - Gods of Violence (guilty pleasure 🤣). At the moment I'm listening to Haggard - Eppur Si Muove though.
Also I love AMG's blog but as the number of reviewers increased I find it rather difficult to blindly go by their recommendations anymore. Some of their people dig really weird shit I don't really relate with.
Dude... You can't say no to Electric Wizard... 😳
Like this promo from 2021 (NSFW Video, yes 100% NSFW, be ye' warned now)
Black Capricorn, Astrodestroyer...
Black Capricorn, Evil Horde Of Lucifer...
Reply 365 of 383, by retrogamerguy1997
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Reply 367 of 383, by VileR
Never really warmed to his post-clink albums. But then "warm" may not be the best term to use with this type of music.
They're really dropping off like flies aren't they.
Reply 368 of 383, by RetroGamer4Ever
I'm listening to the RuneScape MIDIs, through the HyperCanvas GM2 VST. The sound is wonderful and it is my new go-to for basic GM MIDI playback. I only wish it supported the advanced GM MIDIs with more than 16 channels.
Reply 369 of 383, by brostenen
My kids (11 and 13) are visiting untill tuesday, and right now I am cooking dinner. So we are all listening to old 90's Death Metal. Kids are drawing on paper.
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Rise & Shine, by Tom Zeta
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Reply 375 of 383, by Kreshna Aryaguna Nurzaman
My late mother's most favorite song ever. She even taught me to waltz once, too bad I'm never good at it. My wife mostly listens to nasheed (which sounds great when played on my JBL's 12 inch woofer), but she also likes my mother's favorite songs.
Anyway, loudspeakers are JBL 120Tis and JBL 4410 (center), driven by Yamaha RX-V663 prepro and Rotel RB-985 power amp.
Reply 376 of 383, by Nexxen
Nice. I just need to be careful not buying that self-healing car tho...
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PC#2 PIII-1Ghz - 98SE/W2K
Reply 377 of 383, by Almoststew1990
I'm listening to 2Advanced on youtube. They've slowed down or remixed, or something, a load of old Need for Speed songs. But more than just whacking it down to 0.8 in Windows Media Player (unless it was just me who did that with my MP3s!)
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AMD DX2-80 | 16MB RAM | STB LIghtspeed 128 | AWE32 CT3910
I have a vacancy for a main Windows 98 PC
Reply 378 of 383, by Kreshna Aryaguna Nurzaman
Reply 379 of 383, by Bruninho
"Design isn't just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works."
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