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What are you listening to?

Discussion in 'Your Front Porch' started by Nathan, Jul 16, 2015.

  1. Marta

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    I like your musical taste Nathan :)
     
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    The All-American Rejects~My Paper Heart

     
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  3. Nathan

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    I present:


    I challenge you to listen to Disco Duck, my friend. Bonus points if you get your dance on ::silly grin::
     
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  5. Nathan

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    Mm, we'll need to quantify "bonus points". How many additional points exactly? An additional 10? An additional 50?
     
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  6. Nathan

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    Rick Beato is incredibly interesting to listen to. His YouTube channel is simply superb. Here he explores one of my favourite songs, 'Weak & Powerless', by A Perfect Circle.

    ~ A Perfect Circle - Weak & Powerless ~

    ~ Rick's breakdown of Weak & Powerless ~

    On a side, in addition to mainstream music apps such as Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora, Tidal, Soundcloud, & Google Play providing the capability to read & isolate multiple layers, I would love musicians to offer multi-track recordings, or the stems of their songs & albums. This would allow those willing to pay a slight premium the ability to isolate any one, or any combination of tracks: lead vocals, backup vocals, bass, drums, guitars et cetera.

    I'm almost certain there would be a business model for it. I see no reason why there wouldn't be. I know I would be happy to pay more for the ability to isolate parts, or for the ability to form alternative combinations of parts.
     
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    +5 when dancing by yourself
    +10 when dancing in front of family/friends
    +100 when dancing in public(only you hear the song)
    -100,000 when dancing in public, blasting song to the chagrin of all present, while wearing mask but using only one earloop
    *+30,000 if in last scenario, in the middle of overzealous dancing you suddenly stop because, "Disco Duck," has given you the magical epiphany to use the other ear loop on your mask

    Said bonus points are redeemable for a, "somebody give this guy a cookie!" exclamation at a time of your choosing.

    *offer subject to change with or without notice, not valid in the US states except where and where not indicated: AL: we never give an explanation to outsiders, AZ: what did we do?, HI: possibly,but will be taxed to the hilt, nothing ever is in Puerto Rico and you know it, SC: because they weren't asked first, CA: yes but if you don't warn everyone in the state ahead of time regarding possible exposure to all carbon emissions, and carcinogens produced from the production of any clothing, audio media, or transportation worn at the time of said dance you will be fined and all bonus points will be null and void, TX: the Republic of Texas votes No, VA: we'll allow it, and we encourage you to move to our great state and speed* The other states may or may not allow an Aussie just because it's Wednesday at the time of this writing.
     
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  8. Nathan

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    I'll pole dance to it, risquély, in a duck mask & speedos, & upload it to YouTube for 130,010.
     
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    After having gathered the intel & analysed the data, to this equation I must add yellow flippers.

    XXL yellow flippers, not only for apt visual effect, but for creating puzzling onomatopoetic sounds, such as whooshing & KER-FLAP KER-FLAP's.
     
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