Doom joined the game
I haven't really posted since Wednesday (except for changing the graphics at the top of the page a couple of times), and things keep changing.
First was Todd Hollenshead's
I ordered DSL. Soon I'll have those big damned files up a lot faster than now.
Yeah, I bet, as this had to have been one of the first planes back up after the Towers went down.
Which brings me to the MP3 show.
The theme is "you're old", and of course I have to mention DOOM- in the past tense.
Also, we as a country have declared "war on terrorism". I just hope it's not like the "war on drugs"; sometimes metaphor substitutes for reality in Washington's twisted world, but it sounds like Kabul may turn into a really big crater. I hope a few other places, too.
The "Bomb Falls Down" has changed meaning- again. It sounds patriotic now, like Afghans worrying about being nuked by Yanks. They ought to worry.
So I've posted the show, You're OLD!!! Show 5.MP3 for your musical enfragment.
A few notes on the show- yes, that vinyl "feel" is deliberate. Some of the tunes were sampled from vinyl, some sampled from tape, some ripped from CD, Two are copied, not ripped, from CD, and at least one downloaded from Napster before it died (and whoever stole my Nirvana tape, give it back. Damned tape box doesn't do me much good without a tape to put in it).
It's dedicated to Danny Waters, an old friend who lives in Florida (and no, he isn't Arabic and is probably thanking God for that fact). Like I mention in the MP3, I send musical tapes to computerless friends once in a while, and decided to kill two Stroggs with one rocket.
The guy that sings about his video card has been dead longer than he lived. Kind of like me playing Unreal Tournament on a university server.
The show weighs in at 25 megs, but at over an hour long it's the longest show to date, and sampled at better quality than previous shows.
If there is some music on the show you don't recognize and want to get the CD or something, as always just email.
9/16/2001 The Springfield Fragfest