Archive for July, 2001

    • Review: Radiohead – Amnesiac

      by Terence Leung

      Lets put it this way, I’ve listened to Radiohead’s entire back catalogue as religiously as Michael Bolton fans listen to Michael Bolton’s back catalogue and yes, these two “artists” (can you guess which “artist” I am putting the quotations to? Because if you can’t, stop right now, and sell your stereo for a fucking haircut. …

    • Review: Waldeck – The Night Garden

      by robNtime

      This ain’t no “trip hop”.
      Downtempo music is at an interesting crossroad here in the summer of 2001. Pioneered in the early nineties by Coldcut, artists off the Mo’ Wax label, and Kruder&Dorfmeister, downtempo suddenly became retro and far more respectable than the cheesy acid jazz/trip hop craze of the late eighties. Ever since the previously …

    • Mike Bullard – A Tragedy in Three Acts

      by The Macleod

      …I can’t think of a single person I know who considers this man funny and yet there he is, night after night, telling jokes to what appears to be a crowd of mildly retarded Torontonian yokels…

    • Salutatum Decerto

      by Crom

      …The battle raged through four stages, covering a street scene, a factory, a jungle-like setting and the Shadow Warriors’ creepy castle, where a still-armed Willy awaited…

    • uOY KCuF

      by David Gluzman

      …Zooming in daddy’s brand new jaguar while passing in and out of lanes @ 30km/h over the speed limit while talking on their cell phones and smoking a cigarette…

    • Call on my brothers

      by Crom

      …They show up half cut, drink all your booze and wake you up 3 times. The next day they make their excuses and leave…

    • Services First, Technology Second, People Third

      by John S. Rhodes

      …Microsoft’s business model no longer revolves around software. Instead, it revolves around services, transactions, and extracting value from activity on the internet…

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