Daily Archives: January 25, 2012

Lord Boris Pink Product Type Compact Disc Perfect Heavy Metal Music

Track Title. 1 Farewell. 2 Pink. 3 Woman On The Screen. 4 Nothing Special. 5 Blackout. 6 Electric. 7 Pseudo-Bread. 8 Afterburner. 9 Six, Three Times. 10 My Machine. 11 Just Abandoned My-Self. On first listen to Boris’ Pink (domestically issued on Southern Lord), longtime fans of the Japanese heavy metal trio would be pressed to say that they crafted it for American audiences. This is significant to be sure. On the opening track, “Farewell,” one can hear so many un-Boris-like traits — a bit of Ride and My Bloody Valentine here, a bit of Isis (who were influenced by Boris!) there, a trace of Sigur R s, Nadja, and Jesu, too — that one wonders if this is a send-up spoof that’s proof that they can do it better. Even if that’s so, it’s only a part of this glorious slab of din and rock-is-power’s puzzle. Takeshi (bass, vocals), Wata (guitar), and Atsuo (drums, vocals), have not followed in the footsteps of their younger countrymen Mono in crafting dramatics and dynamics, as evidenced by the title track which follows. If anything, this is raucous, riffing speed metal married to the garage rock trash aesthetic of Guitar Wolf. Here is where Atsuo’s rim shots match in triple-time the low-string, down-tuned, freakzoid riffing of Wata’s and the pure squalling throb of Takeshi’s bass wail. Fuzzed out, ripped and torn and shredded riffs and propeller kit work take Boris to an entirely new level of “heavy.” The rootsy metallic thrash of the band outdoes anything they’ve done before — “Woman on the Screen” sounds like Iggy Pop fronting the MC5 of Kick Out the Jams in the Sunn 0))) era — all in two-minutes-and-thirty-eight seconds. Speaking of Sunn 0))), “Blackout,” a crawling, plodding, menacing scree of distorted bass and bluesy high-string electric guitar, is a track reminiscent of their earlier records, like Absolutego from 1996 — and may have influenced their American counterparts.

Zeal Sports Earphones For Iphone 4/3gs/3g And Ipods With Volume

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Rose By Midler,bette (cd)

*Artist: MIDLER,BETTE *Genre: Vocals *Release Date: 8-DEC-2009

Blue Microphones Encore 200 Studio-grade Phantom Powered Active

Designed by Blue Microphones to provide true all-around performance, the enCORE 200 studio-grade phantom powered active dynamic performance microphone delivers natural vocals, balanced highs, and exceptional detail. It gives you electronically transfor

Rachelle Ferrell Live At Montreux Jazz Music Vocals Product Type

Track Title. 1 Claude Nobs Intro. 2 You Send Me. 3 You Don’t Know What Love Is. 4 Don’t Waste Your Time. 5 My Funny Valentine. 6 I Can Explain. 7 I’m Special. 8 Bye-Bye Blackbird. 9 Prayer Dance. 10 With Every Breath I Take. 11 Me Voila Seul. 12 On Se Reveillera. Although vocalist Rachelle Ferrell is a bizarre singer whose idiosyncratic style is often at odds with her mainstream material, fans of the singer will certainly find much to enjoy on Live at Montreux. The CD collects various performances Ferrell gave at the Swiss music festival from 1991 to 1997. Primarily a jazz singer, Ferrell has also made forays into R&B and often melds the two styles. Prone to showcasing her six-octave range, she often accents songs in odd places, displays myriad vocal stylings in one phrase, and basically over-sings much of the time. Think of her as a combination of Betty Carter and Patti Labelle and you might enjoy yourself. Much of the first set on Live at Montreux features songs off her 1989 debut, First Instrument. Ending that set is “Prayer Dance,” which spotlights Ferrell seemingly mimicking the high, laser tones of a theremin. Special guest pianist George Duke also makes an appearance. ~ Matt Collar, All Music Guide.

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Turtle Beach Earforce Dss 7.1 Dolby Ss Processor

The Ear Force DSS 5.1/7.1 channel Dolby surround sound processor transforms any stereo headset into full, immersive surround sound for playing XBOX, PS3 or PC games and watching movies with Blu-ray or DVD players. It works with any set of stereo headphones. The optical digital input easily connects to a game console or media player for Dolby 5.1/7.1 channel surround sound and the analog input can also be used to upgrade analog stereo audio sources to Dolby Pro Logic IIx for virtual surround sound. A bass boost control adds sub-woofer effects for enhanced realism to any audio source. With the Ear Force DSS, video game and movie fans will be able to hear distinct audio events happening all around them, greatly enhancing the overall experience and rewarding gamers with a newfound competitive edge. DSS users playing games and watching movies on their game consoles will actually hear the 7.1 surround sound from certain 5.1 channel audio tracks via additional ‘hidden’ channels called Dolby EX.