What you're about to read is a collection of pointers to some of the music I've discovered on the iTunes Music Store, music I like enough that I want to share it. If you're an iPod owner and an iTunes fan (and if you aren't, what are you doing here?), maybe you'll find something new. Click on any of the CD covers to bounce over to the store and sample a few tracks. And then maybe stop by my other blog for a few well chosen words (and maybe a random snark or two).RSS feed
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Fri, 21 Jul 2006

Nyte Ryders / Bass Lo-Ryders
Nyte Ryders Journey with me now, back into the mists of time to a simpler, more analogue age. I was a couple of years out of college and replacing my first Radio Shack stereo with something... something less... well, let's just say something less Radio Shack. The friend who helped me pick out my gear was a true audio nut, one who introduced me to the ultimate torture test for a turntable: Telarc's digital recording of Tchaikovsky's "1812" Overture, recorded with real cannons and church bells. I suspect Bass Lo-Ryders serve a similar purpose for those mobile sound systems that make my teeth rattle at traffic lights. Their music proves that all the money spent on woofers wasn't for naught. Although I'm more inclined to forgive the intrusion, vibrating fillings and all, now that I've heard their track called All Your Bass Are Belong To Us. If you don't get why that's funny, ask a nerd. Betcha he'll know. (Or she; it could be she. But more likely he. Some things change very slowly.)
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