Somewhat misleading, no? Dre made all of that money this year from being a business man, not a musician.
I’m curious, has nobody heard the new Mimicking Birds album? Or is it just not good? I feel like I’m going crazy, I’m still shitting myself over that album yet there is little to no talk of it anywhere. When I recommend it to people I get very little of a reaction. It’s like it never came out. I’m starting to think I have a shitty taste in music.
Also, the new Timber Timbre album, holy shit, what the fuck. That album is unreal as well and it has very little talk around it. Confused.
Super surprised at not just the lack of love, but the over all lack of acknowledgement for the new Mimicking Birds album. That album is absolutely gorgeous and it fell right through the cracks.
I really do like this idea, but I’m wondering how effective it’ll be. If they’re going back to the masters to re-master at 196khz, doesn’t that do shit all unless the album itself was recorded at 196khz? And unless you did an all analog recording, most digital recordings are recorded at 44.1/48 khz, so it doesn’t have to be truncated later and loose even more quality. Just exporting it at 196khz doesn’t mean anything unless it was recorded at 196khz. No?
Not saying I know what I”m talking about what-so-ever, just wondering if someone can explain that to me.
This makes sense, as Gaga is also a giant zesty product.
anyone know where I can watch this full set?
I don’t know if I’d agree with that. Oxycontin has insane physical and mental addiction properties, and when taking in the context “just to get high” clearly has massive detrimental effects to the individual. But pure MDMA, when not cut with any crap like speed, etc, is relatively safe, even in the context of “just to get high”. I guess it’s just semantics and what your definition of “hard drugs” is.
Personally, I just think labels like “hard drugs” can be misleading when talking about things like MDMA/LSD/Psilocybin, which when used with a level responsibility and maturity, can have many psychological benefits. They shouldn’t just be lumped into the same category as Heroin and Cocaine.
MDMA is not a hard drug. In fact, it’s being used in credible studies right now to help people cope with post-traumatic stress disorder, among other things.
The thought of her taking out the garbage is soooo hot.
Is that Sean Lennon on the Jazzmaster? Either way, I didn’t necessarily enjoy that.