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Re: Music time

Post by AJP » Sun Feb 02, 2020 5:57 am

Virgo wrote:
Sun Feb 02, 2020 5:44 am
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Just don't like the way he's overtly encouraging very young people to drink alcohol. It's all over this video. Young people look up to him as a hero.....
Well I think he is just having a drink with his mates. He has a number of songs about alcohol. I kind of see your point but in Britain there is a big drinking culture, and the legal age is 18, and people between 5 and 17 can legally drink at home or at a friends home if permission is granted by a guardian. I don't think he is doing anything terribly wrong.

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People have a lot of *Faith* in Alcohol in the UK. It's very destructive. Alcoholism can creep up and stay undetected.

Having spent time in Pubs in the UK, it's more what it does to the Mind and the Speech, people are generally very easily abusive, often with humorous intent.

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Re: Music time

Post by Virgo » Sun Feb 02, 2020 6:05 pm

AJP wrote:
Sun Feb 02, 2020 5:57 am
Virgo wrote:
Sun Feb 02, 2020 5:44 am
AJP wrote:
Sun Feb 02, 2020 5:35 am

Just don't like the way he's overtly encouraging very young people to drink alcohol. It's all over this video. Young people look up to him as a hero.....
Well I think he is just having a drink with his mates. He has a number of songs about alcohol. I kind of see your point but in Britain there is a big drinking culture, and the legal age is 18, and people between 5 and 17 can legally drink at home or at a friends home if permission is granted by a guardian. I don't think he is doing anything terribly wrong.

Virgo
People have a lot of *Faith* in Alcohol in the UK. It's very destructive. Alcoholism can creep up and stay undetected.

Having spent time in Pubs in the UK, it's more what it does to the Mind and the Speech, people are generally very easily abusive, often with humorous intent.
I completely agree AJP. I think people must be better educated about alcohol use. It's very important. I also think young people are better off not drinking at the pub but at a friends house instead if they wish to drink.

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Re: Music time

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“Rap legend/Never pushed a Legend” Oh I’ve pushed an Ac Legend before; almost literally, that is one with nearly 400,000 miles on it :jumping: Luckily that was short-lived.

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Re: Music time

Post by Virgo » Tue Feb 04, 2020 7:52 pm

Just taking it back to my youth.

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Re: Music time

Post by Virgo » Tue Feb 04, 2020 9:07 pm

The truth is even though I have Tourettes, I do get the ladies.

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Re: Music time

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Re: Music time

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Here's an album I wrote in my small Music Studio, mostly written 18/19

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Re: Music time

Post by Virgo » Wed Feb 05, 2020 2:26 am

AJP wrote:
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Here's an album I wrote in my small Music Studio, mostly written 18/19
AJP that's great man.

I like Cadiz Orange Trees a lot.

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Re: Music time

Post by AJP » Wed Feb 05, 2020 2:33 am

Thanks Virgo that's so kind to listen and comment, a lot of the music was inspired by my ongoing Mahamudra practice given by Garchen Rinpoche, so it's quite slow and chilled. Cadiz Orange Trees is more lively though.

Thanks you've made my night!!!!

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Post by Virgo » Wed Feb 05, 2020 3:46 am

AJP wrote:
Wed Feb 05, 2020 2:33 am
Thanks Virgo that's so kind to listen and comment, a lot of the music was inspired by my ongoing Mahamudra practice given by Garchen Rinpoche, so it's quite slow and chilled. Cadiz Orange Trees is more lively though.

Thanks you've made my night!!!!
Cadiz is more of a mantra track, lol. Thank you for sharing it with us. You should think about putting that track on itunes. A 3:00 minute version would be good. I personally like the first 2:00 the best, though the rest is good too.

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Re: Music time

Post by AJP » Wed Feb 05, 2020 4:54 am

Virgo wrote:
Wed Feb 05, 2020 3:46 am
AJP wrote:
Wed Feb 05, 2020 2:33 am
Thanks Virgo that's so kind to listen and comment, a lot of the music was inspired by my ongoing Mahamudra practice given by Garchen Rinpoche, so it's quite slow and chilled. Cadiz Orange Trees is more lively though.

Thanks you've made my night!!!!
Cadiz is more of a mantra track, lol. Thank you for sharing it with us. You should think about putting that track on itunes. A 3:00 minute version would be good. I personally like the first 2:00 the best, though the rest is good too.

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Thanks, very kind of you to say that. Got some nice VST Analog Synths, which make everthing sound warm and natural. Which I prefer to the over strong Digital sound like Deadmau5. More of a Boards of Canada, Aphex Twin guy!!! :thanks:

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Re: Music time

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UKRAINIAN VEGAN MUSIC!!!

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Eurovision's going through at the moment and in Ukraine, one of the contestants came up with a hilarious vegan song :rolling: :

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Re: Music time

Post by Sādhaka » Fri Feb 07, 2020 5:06 am



They don’t make ‘em like this^ no more...; straight fnçk¡ug’ lyricism.

Caveat though: I disapprove of the Kung-Fu movie guy at the end saying “may you rot in hell” for obvious reasons.

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Re: Music time

Post by Sādhaka » Fri Feb 07, 2020 1:51 pm



“Intangible but legible”

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Re: Music time

Post by Sādhaka » Fri Feb 07, 2020 4:50 pm

More Wu-Tang (Hi jake, I’m aware I’m not supposed to post so many tracks in this thread in such a short amount time, but please let this one slide and I’ll try not to do it in the future :) ):





Various Wu members have said an few dumb things at times, but they’re still sharp even though they’ve fallen off a bit in recent years.... In any case this^ is nearly timeless. Brings manly tears to my eyes. Pure artistry. I doubt any album will top this anytime soon....

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