Overdue - Tojinbo - Dismantling The Machinery (CD, Album)

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Not sure which 'anti-theft' device is more annoying. I don't have to wait in line 3. I can find what I want in seconds, not an hour 4.

Digital Music doesn't get scratched 5. Don't have to find a parking space or waste gas. Afterall, aren't we supposed to be saving gas? I can download the music faster than it would take me to get dressed and get in the car. I can think of one - and only one reason why a retail CD is better Of course, I can fit far, far, far more on a single blank DVD From just a pure logical standpoint, I see not one reason at all to go buy a CD.

Giggler , 21 Mar am. Did someone from yet another think tank -- with a misleading name -- whose primary goal in life is to allow industry to run rough-shod over mankind for profit's sake -- by cherry picking science they like -- just suggest they were interested in actual science, not opinion? I just shot coffee through my nose onto the keyboard. Giggler, we obviously differ in our opinions on industry.

I grant you that industry is important for consumer welfare and societal progress, and yes, there should be a balance between the interests of consumers and industry in regulatory policy. I am interested in actual science. Didn't I just say I would report on my survey of piracy and sales displacement articles- probably by the weekend. I hope you don't drown in coffee before reading it. The only thing outfits like the Progress and Freedom Foundation are interested in is maximum possible revenue for their clients and founders.

I'm a huge fan of your company's noxious tobacco industry disinformation. It's utterly charming. Your organization is a public relations firm, nothing more. Personally, I'm not much for dressing up PR as economic theory and science, but I'm a minority these days. Lamenting a lack of objective analysis after years of scientific cherry picking and noxious propaganda tickles me.

But yes, please do write up your objective and thoroughly compelling report. I grant you that industry is important for consumer welfare and societal progress So explain again why the industry needs copyright protection for 70 years after the death of the creator or years from the date of creation for works for hire? Exactly how is this supporting consumer welfare and promoting societal progress? Surely, most successful movies, albums, books, tv shows and so forth, earn the creator and all those involved some revenue within their lifetime?

Why was it okay for Disney to create new works based on materials in the public domain, but no one will be able to create a work based on Steamboat Willie until ? What was that about balancing between the interests of consumers and the interests of the industry? That is a fallacy. Music has always been about popularity. Every genre of music has had their popular musicians. CD sales are slipping because competition for the almighty discretional dollar is at an all-time high.

When I first started buying CDs as a teenager, there were no cellphones, there were no DVDs, video games were not as common as they are today, and so on. Today's consumer has a wide range of entertainment choices. I can't wait to see this report myself.

I"m sure it will be useful only in the sense of us, meaning the real consumers that you guys are hurting , wiping our collective butts with it if we somehow were to run out of toilet paper. Objective and Compelling? I think not. Funny and Sad at the same time? It was released on April 24, by record label The End. The album features a more stripped-down, laid-back style than much of the band's previous work. While playing at Sydney 's Enmore Theatre in May as part of their Australian tour, lead singer Courtney Taylor-Taylor announced the new album would be titled This Machine and is to be released in February Taylor-Taylor had previously jokingly announced it as The Pastor of Muppets , [1] Shitty Shitty Band Band [2] or Whirled Piece [3] in blog posts on the band's official website.

Signal" and "Rest Your Head". The band collaborated with ex- Bauhaus member David J on the track "The Autumn Carnival"; J co-wrote the song and supplied backing vocals and bass guitar to the track. Creasing, Gluing, Photo mounting and Pressing in one machine 2. Suitable for making album, menu, double-page of hard cover binding and other kinds of individualized photo album etc.

Manual creasing machine, to crease photos in order to make the opening easier; 4. Motorized Gluing Machine , to glue photos; 5. Table for book-assembling, to couple photos and to form the album; 6.

Best known for their s classic “Talk Talk,” the Music Machine played a tense version of garage rock characterized by psychedelic guitars, Farfisa organ, and the .

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  6. Incredible album, truly blew my mind when I first heard it, listened to it several times in a row. Love the mono version, but I actually think I like the stereo version more, which is unusual for me & 60's stuff.
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  8. Heavy Machinery is a collaborative studio album by guitarist Allan Holdsworth, keyboardist Jens Johansson and drummer Anders Johansson, released in through Heptagon Records (Sweden), and on 12 August through Shrapnel Records (United States) and Pony Canyon (Japan).. Confusingly, on the album's European/US release, "Macrowaves" is made up of complete silence after , with .
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