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Untitled - Various - 5 Ways To Make Your Ears Bleed (Cassette)

05.01.2020
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  1. May 05,  · If you like pure, honest and unadulterated rock and roll, you’d do right by yourself to pick this album up and make your ears bleed in the good kind of way. Notes of interest: While Babylon A.D. hasn’t released a studio album since , they’ve had four different periods of activity including their latest reformation (with 4/5 of the.
  2. Jun 28,  · 7. Wind your audio cassette tape carefully. If a cassette is not completely rewound after use, it may have slack — a common cause of jamming. Before putting the cassette back in your machine, insert a pencil or pen into the hub opening and turn it until it makes the other huh move. This will remove the slack.
  3. Amped-up tracks like "Big Sky," "Cruisin' for a Bruisin'," and "I Can't Surf" will make your ears bleed red. While "Baddest of the Bad," "Liquor, Beer & Wine" and "The Entertainer" will make you grin from ear to ear as you polish off another gin & tonic. Thank God for Reverend Horton Heat! 3 people found this helpful/5(16).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of All Your Ears Can Hear: Underground Music In Victoria, BC on Discogs.
  5. Dec 21,  · 5 Ways Bad Bosses Demotivate People Their ability to uplift or destroy invades every aspect of your working life, and can even bleed into your private life. Bad bosses have closed ears and.
  6. D.I.Y.: Start Your Own Cassette Label! By adam_schragin on Aug 4, at am in DIY Let's say you've got the itch to start your own label. You've got the typeface all picked out, the clever name ready, and an idea of what sort of music you'd like to showcase.
  7. Jan 04,  · Short explanatory video where I explain how audio cassette tapes work and how they store the audio. Questions and comments are welcome, please comment below.
  8. Biosphere moves into pure abstraction and minimalism with AUTOUR DE LA LUNE, an album that demands patience and attention. The notes of "Translation," as they change in dynamic frequency and location, are concerned with the sense of movement, even in stasis, while "Rotation" is mostly but long, drawn-out tones, with a few high pitches for color.

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