Archive for October 31st, 2006

31
Oct
06

Lab Halloween Parties

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finally, here are the details for the Lab Los Angeles Halloween Party at the Nike Blu House.
just as a heads up (not bragging here), this is going to be one of those pain in the ass, hard to get into events, so get there early, and drop Blu Jemz name as much as possible (his real name that is).
but if you don’t want to be elbowing with coolios and porn stars
head down to our Los Angeles store for
THE JUSTICE INSTORE!!!!!
THE JUSTICE INSTORE!!!!!
THE JUSTICE INSTORE!!!!!
7:00pm, Tuesday, Halloween Night
Turntable Lab Los Angeles
424 North Fairfax Avenue (across from Canters)
– FREE ALCOHOL with ID
– DJ Set by Justice!!!
– Frogman will be there!
– The new Lab store employee will be there (she’s a girl)!
then
head over to Safari Sam’s for the show.
there were no advance tkts for this, so all tkts at door.
and as usual,
the Lab people in NYC will be hibernating in their 10 x 10 apartments
watching TIVO and blogging.
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31
Oct
06

Niiiiiiightmaaaaaaares….


Happy Halloween from the Pro Squad to yo squad.

31
Oct
06

my apologies

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31
Oct
06

back in black

Dudes, it’s Halloween and you’re talking about Pretty in Pink?

31
Oct
06

Best New Order song; “Temptation.”
“Released on 12″ and 7″ vinyl, both formats had the catalogue number FAC 63. The two formats are not merely different mixes, but entirely separate recordings of the same song. The 7″ version is a more structured version with a commercial synthpop feel; the 12″ is more chaotic with the emphasis on electronic rhythms rather than melody. The 7″ version plays at 33.3rpm to accommodate its length of around five and a half minutes.
Interestingly, the 7″ version has a cold start and a fade-out at its end, and the 12” version has a fade-in at its start, with a cold end. As a result, a popular rumour among New Order fans that to experience the complete “Temptation”, one has to paste together the 7″ and 12″ versions, so there is a cold start and a cold end. Despite the speculation, the band has never confirmed this to be true.
The vocal track on the original 12″ version (this is the version featured in the ‘Retro’ box-set) features an audible scream during the song’s intro. Supposedly, as Bernard Sumner was recording the vocals, other band members ran into the studio and thrust a snowball down his shirt.”

31
Oct
06

omd

I appreciate the old OMD stuff as much as the next music nerd,
but c’mon…
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also, while you got asians talking about new order:
best new order albums
1) brotherhood
2) power, curruption, lies
3) technique
***Substance is not an album!!!
(Age Of Consent is the best track)
more music nerdage

31
Oct
06

You’re just wrong


The best OMD song is actually Souvenir.
This is as no duh as the fact that the best New Order song is Your Silent Face.