WHY NO WEEKLY PLAYLIST???

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Well, I have a good reason, really. I’m thinking on a different format, if I wont find the right one, I might go back to the original one, if I will, you’ll know about it.

My decision to keep my old MacMini came with a price. I will replace it soon, but not right now. It took me two weeks to reach this decision with the options I had and I believe I made the right call on this one. Not going to be long until I replace it, probably with a newer model if not with a new iMac.

These last two weeks were hard and the next two will be the same. I have many decisions to make, some are more critical then others. I will probably reveal more as time passes, some of my priorities need to be clearer and I often find myself very confused.

But don’t worry, I’m here, almost.

The Weekly Playlist – August 30th 2014

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The Playlist

 

The Story

Of the Playlist

I will skip much of the introduction and description this week as I am not feeling so well. But go listen to Johnny Cash‘s American IV, Cash is one of the greatest ever and this minimal production explains why. If I could give 6, I would. 5/5

The Request

As always, if you have recommendation for artists or albums you think I’d like you are very welcome to send it here, email or facebook.

 

The Weekly Playlist – August 23rd 2014

Death Magnetic
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The Playlist

 

The Story

Of the Playlist

It’s been a while since I last heard a studio album by Metallica, like many other fans, I see Metallica (also known as the Black Album) as an abomination, or in other words, piece of cr**. Don’t get me wrong, they do have some good songs in Metallica, Load, and Reload, but in the end, it’s not Metallica as I love from the first four albums.

And there it came Death Magnetic, released in 2008. Yes, It’s been six years and I haven’t listened to this album until this week. This album is not Ride the Lightning, but it’s very far from their 90s releases, you want to know why? They got rid of Jason Newsted. For real now? They god rid of Jason Newsted.

This album slightly bring me back to 1984, I was only a year old. The metallic sound, the distorted guitars and Hetfield screams (almost) reminded me in almost every track, why I love music so much. FREEDOM I scream, with all the trash pop from Bieber and his kind, and the destruction of music by MTV, Metallica managed to realign (yes, almost) with their origin of true music. I gave it 4/5 just because I have high demands when it comes to one of the greatest bands ever.

The Request

As always, if you have recommendation for artists or albums you think I’d like you are very welcome to send it here, email or facebook.

The Weekly Playlist – August 16th 2014

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The Playlist

Wrong date, another fail.

 

The Story

Of the iMac

So, after 5 years my iMac died, as far as I able to figure, it wasn’t only the hard drive but the graphic card as well. It adds up to the death of my iPhone and other failures around me.  My MacMini is still working, and I have my Lenovo so I’m not completely out. Now I’m thinking where to go next. I can buy parts and get my self Hackintosh or a keep waiting until Apple wakes up with the new iMacs and MacMinis.

Of the Playlist

There was nothing really amazing in the list, none of the albums were something super good or super bad, it was just average. So, I can’t recommend for or against any one the albums.

The Request

As always, if you have recommendation for artists or albums you think I’d like you are very welcome to send it here, email or facebook.