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1. Color Man - Want You Back. 5. Various - Ultra Club.
Mind's Eye is the first studio album by guitarist Vinnie Moore, released in 1986 through Shrapnel Records. Recorded in eleven days when Moore was 21 years old, the album was ranked third on the all-time top ten list of shred albums in a 2009 article by Guitar World magazine.
His first solo album in nine years, Amygdala appears after a quiet period that produced only 2009’s remix retrospective Reincarnations, and the founding of his own Pampa imprint. The German producer’s newest original work retains the quirky spirit of Reincarnations but settles into a kaleidoscopic landscape. Both records rethink their respective genres from the ground-up, using elements and instruments that seem unusual on first glance but quietly lay the foundation for subtle reinvention. While it’s not likely to set the world on fire, dig beneath the pastel sheen and Amygdala is uncommonly engrossing for a techno album. Its visionary ambition recalls the fertile sprawl of Villalobos’ 2003 debut Alcachofa; baroque techno blessed with the carefree spirit of lounge music and Quiet Storm, dressed up in tie-dye, the music on Amygdala glows with an easy confidence.
Alex G Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
It seems that DJ Khaled has a recurring theme where he makes his son the mascot of his cover art singles for his upcoming album, Grateful. His son, Asahd, is not even a year old yet but has already became a celebrity through appearances in music videos, magazine covers, and various other forms of media. DJ Khaled even claims that Asahd has already started producing. And that of course created a spiral of hilarious memes that we all can enjoy. What have the artists said about the song? DJ Khaled talking about the track-listing in his album on Hot 97 saying: There’s no album cuts on there.
This series takes you though the basics of the software and showcases what such a robot can do. If you are a English speaker, simply put on the CC caption so you can follow along. This custom mini-Arcade cabinet built by Luke runs MAME on the PINE A64 (+) and uses the 7″ LCD panel.