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Robert Smith sound checked with The Cure, 17 October 1980, in Amsterdam. He named the beginning of the check “I Hate Rock n Roll”, which then led into “The Holy Hour”, which Robert dedicated to Ian Curtis Continue Reading…

Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy; A Love note to Douglas Adams (dates not precise) About 1984, my father bought an IBM XT with a 10MB hard drive and 3.5 floppy, with a Hayes 1200 baud modem.  It was Continue Reading…

——–> Psychedelic experiences with the ultimate end of audiophilia http://www.theverge.com/2013/5/31/4379774/ecstasy-for-my-eardrums-tripping-through-the-psychedelia-million-dollar-hi-fi THAT Continue Reading…

The line “Hold on. If love is the answer, you’re home” is one of the most eloquent, beautiful, timely, and moving lines I have heard in a song in a decade, easily. Vulnerable, elegant, grace……

That’s *EXACTLY* why Giorgio is on there… there isn’t much to do but revisit the roots, at this point. Unless the author suggest more dubstep bass squishes under *literally* deafening treble scratches & sirens??

So… look to the past. Enjoy the past. Look to our history to protect the future. Huxley had some opinions about that: “That men do not learn very much from the lessons of history is the most important of all the lessons that history has to teach.”

So check some of this out. That’s the point of this review. Dig deep little archivists. It’s time to take a note from another album and move backwards towards your future discovery.

Drones playing 007 – Ted 2023 – Weyland telling us we’re gods. You know what? Whether #darkmatter produces a big crunch, or we planet hop to a frozen entropic infinity – until then? We *are* Continue Reading…