Discussion in 'Edmonton Oilers' started by yukoner88, Jun 12, 2015.
Another new awesome Sabaton song!
Been checking these guys out lately. Liking what I'm hearing. Killer sound. New album out June 7th. Crank it boys.
abbath is my fav metal musicians and he just released another gem
Cool thanks. His voice kind of sounds like Dio a little. Needing some new music.
Anyone else getting back into Cassette tapes again? I just find there is no replacement for the analog sound you get off of tapes, CD’s sound are too processed. I also like the experience of unfolding the cassette cover and reading it while listening to an album. With CDs you just skip past songs too easy and don’t get the whole feel for the whole album.
I hated tape cassettes.
I remember the cheap walkmans my parents got me where to rewind, you had to flip the tape n fast forward the other side
Nah I like the access to 1000s of songs on spotify. Any movie Ive ever watched they have the soundtrack. Any album from my past is on there and any new song I hear is on there. Nostalgia/sound quality is good but if I had to buy all these songs on tape/cd/record Id be out thousands of dollars
What's everyone listening to tonight?
I'm going old school, and into one of my favorites, Death Angel Act III.
Great no bs channel if you're into guitar.
I'll go old school tonight. Tripping down memory lane. One of the best tracks ever recorded;
now you have me on the Beatless....
how many Skaters or BMX do we have in here?
We're goin way back......River valley bush party.
Any one here remember hanging out at Studio 82?
I've been going through my old cassettes and they do sound better than I remember. But they are still distant to a clean pressing on record or early generation CD that isn't over-compressed.
The problem with CDs nowadays is no one has a proper CD player anymore. If you track down an old 80s or early 90s built CD player that only does single or at most a 6 discs with with a decent DAC, CDs still sound pretty damn good.
Everyone just got used to playing them through their DVD players, Discmen, or gigantic 25+ CD changers with cheap DACs and plastic lenses and so we think they sound like ****. But a large part of it is the equipment.
Apparently some of the newer CD players perform admirably as well, but can be costly.
Wish I would have heard of them back in the day!
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