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Grayling last won the day on July 31 2018

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    Music, reading, tarantulas, fly fishing, the great outdoors.

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  1. But it's like 'be patient, covid'... and here we are a month later with open EU borders and no news on DAT Records, except for things going even further south than they were a month ago. So what's happening?
  2. I grew up in a very diverse city as well, Denver. I lived in some rough parts of town off and on growing up. I've learned from my travels that very few Americans understand what true suffering is. Very few. I see mostly skewed perceptions of suffering that in reality is minor discomfort to those who know true suffering.
  3. My condolences. Pretty awful environment to grow up in, having to walk on eggshells regarding everything that comes out of your mouth. I've worked with people who were brainwashed into this way of thinking and they were invariably dysfunctional in the workplace because they didn't know how to get along with others. Hypocrites quick to point their finger at others, but wielding the most offensive mouths I've heard. I've also visited cities under this spell and they're some of the most socially dysfunctional places I've been (and I get around a lot, both across the US and internationally).
  4. Grayling

    del

    Dude, use some punctuation so this makes at least a little bit of sense.
  5. No, you can buy the triple album that contains two versions of that song for only €18. There's no justifying €15 for a single digital album, especially if there's nothing special about the music. Riding on past fame is sad.
  6. Exactly my thoughts. Reminds me of the high school football star quarterback showing up to a house party ten years after he graduated expecting all the new kids to lavish him with praise. You're not relevant anymore and you got fat, don't expect €15 for a digital album to be a reasonable asking price.
  7. Not the best effort I've seen, but you'll get there eventually.
  8. Great news, DAT Records always brings quality choons. Hoping this new venture is no different.
  9. Done fried your brain, son. Either that or Google translate isn't doing a great job.
  10. Ah, the junk part is about the build quality. They just feel like Chinese plastic junk to me. I don't think they're made in Austria like the older models and the high end models, and the parts they use seemed flimsy to me. Mine creaked like crazy too. I just wasn't a fan. Also not a fan of Beyers with their grainy, rough treble. If I were to put an old school mid fi headphone around the same price above the 712, it'd be the HD600. But I think Fostex crushes all of them with the 50mm biodynamic driver... very detailed, balanced sounding (if you like bass slam), respond nicely to eq. Build quali
  11. You basically said the same yourself, the frequency response on them is whack.
  12. They're boring and basically just pimp their nostalgia gimmick. I first heard Music has the Right... back in '03 and was deeply touched by it, but the feeling was short lived because it's shallow music. Autechre is Warp's underrated champion (outside of the small boost in notoriety they've received because of Radiohead). Better and more interesting than BoC and Aphex Twin combined).
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