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  1. Yes its a very trippy album cover. Side A is the front Side B the back. Normally I dont go for coloured vinyl but I couldnt resist.
  2. Look what you've done JJ 😎 A new addition to the collection Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots - The Flaming Lips
  3. For The Record 3 Coleman St #4-28 Peninsula Shopping Centre Lots of hard to get stuff, but as said earlier not cheap. Theres another in same building but more new stock.
  4. Welcome Tom Dont worry its not a disease, more a condition. And the record collecting is only the beginnings of your woes. Wait until upgrade fever hits you.
  5. I came across this yesterday at work. Its been playing all weekend. Postmodern Jukebox. The clips themselves are brilliant, but its the music that is absolutely gold. Morgan James and Haley Reinhart are underrated and then some. Be warned you may come in for just one clip, but may never leave!
  6. Calibre. Really sombre movie, thought it was going to go down the Scottish Deliverance road, but fortunately it didnt. I recommend it.
  7. Im bit of a computer numpty, but couldnt take the Windows 7 ever bloating startup times and unresponsiveness any more. I bit the bullet and did a Mint install myself. Easy and problem free. Thunderbird mails not an issue and theres lots of others to chose from. The only software I cant find that suits my taste is a media player. I think its a legacy of having Windows muscle memory, but for me the Windows media player was easy to interact with. I cant find one that I like (read gives a similar user experience) Anyone know of a similar user interface media player available for Mint?
  8. On Becoming a God in Central Florida. Enjoyed the black comedy that cuts to the bone of The American Dream. Showcases the mentality that ensnares so many in the on-selling business models based on multi level marketing (read pyramid schemes) Kirsten Dunst does a great job. I felt it bogged down a bit mid way through, but overall a great series. But hey, maybe Im just a stinker thinker!
  9. I found these interesting articles on the Punk movement in East Germany under the Socialist State rule. I wonder how desperate people become under those conditions. And the courage to openly oppose those dictatorships. https://www.dazeddigital.com/music/article/46734/1/east-german-punks-fall-of-berlin-wall-30th-anniversary https://www.dw.com/en/you-should-be-gassed-what-it-meant-to-be-punk-in-east-germany/a-51163866 https://lithub.com/how-the-first-punk-in-east-berlin-became-an-enemy-of-the-state/
  10. An interesting article on how the Soviets sourced their records at a time of censorship, isolation and bans during the Cold War. How important is music to you? https://www.npr.org/2016/01/09/462289635/bones-and-grooves-weird-secret-history-of-soviet-x-ray-music
  11. John Mellencamps Life, Death, Love and Freedom.
  12. One of the best live performers. Stories about life, love and loss. No wonder he transcends generations. Paul Kelly, Songs From The South.
  13. This guy makes some really delicate sounds, yet the songs are powerful. Michael Kiwanuka's Love and Hate. Thanks again J J for putting me onto him
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