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Deadmau5 — Snowcone
Album: W:/2016ALBUM/
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Released: 2016
Length: 5:00
Plays (last 30 days): 2
(instrumental)
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Sounds like Boards Of Canada.
 Grammarcop wrote:
Brahms —> Deadmau5. Only on RP.
 

Deadbrahms
I'm sure this music is great in a dance club, but for listening on the radio it gets really boring.
That was possibly one of the greatest excuses ever for... breathing air and playing Matchbox cars, at best. 
 maxvonevil wrote:

Once is a coincidence, twice is a rodent conspiracy! It happened again today... Rats! {#Biggrin}

 
It happened today too {#Cheesygrin}
R.I.P. Avicii, a Deadmau5 contemporary.
IMHO, this song desperately wants to be something.... it has all of the elements.... but they cannot find each other.  The reason for that is they way they are mixed, but that's just my ear/heart/feedback. {#Idea}
 Grammarcop wrote:
Brahms —> Deadmau5. Only on RP.

 
Once is a coincidence, twice is a rodent conspiracy! It happened again today... Rats! {#Biggrin}
Longest intro ever. {#Sleep}
Brahms —> Deadmau5. Only on RP.
Dreck.
Neuroscience breaking news: A dead brain properly connected can still produce musical loops and get served royalties for that. {#Stupid}
Why the heck do you guys still put these in here? Doesn't that smack sound irritate you?
 Stephen_Phillips wrote:

Yes and apparently he got the name from finding a dead mouse in the power supply of his computer.

On that subject and for any techie computer people out there...  I will have a go a trying to fix any computer problems so one day I opened up a computer power supply (you know the big unit in the back of computers with all the wires coming out of it) and ignored the warning security sticker and found a blown fuse inside. However the fuse was permanently attached and so I thought I would cut the soldered connections and resolder a new fuse back on.  A quick continuity test on the multimeter showed all was good so I fitted the power supply back into the computer case and with a broom handle flicked the power on at the wall socket.

Well... the blue flash lit up the warehouse like a mass coronal discharge and with a bang tripped the power to the whole building.

Oops - you live and learn - and yes luckily I did live and I have learnt.

Computer power supplies are the spawn of Satan!

 
LOL...

Another possible lesson: you know those little numbers stamped into the metal ring on fuses? They're kinda important :-)
 Emwolb wrote:


FYI from WIKIPEDIA....Joel Thomas Zimmerman (born January 5, 1981), better known by his stage name deadmau5 (pronounced "dead mouse"), is a Canadian record producer and DJ from Toronto, Ontario.

So...Bill was correct in his pronunciation of the name

 
Yes and apparently he got the name from finding a dead mouse in the power supply of his computer.

On that subject and for any techie computer people out there...  I will have a go a trying to fix any computer problems so one day I opened up a computer power supply (you know the big unit in the back of computers with all the wires coming out of it) and ignored the warning security sticker and found a blown fuse inside. However the fuse was permanently attached and so I thought I would cut the soldered connections and resolder a new fuse back on.  A quick continuity test on the multimeter showed all was good so I fitted the power supply back into the computer case and with a broom handle flicked the power on at the wall socket.

Well... the blue flash lit up the warehouse like a mass coronal discharge and with a bang tripped the power to the whole building.

Oops - you live and learn - and yes luckily I did live and I have learnt.

Computer power supplies are the spawn of Satan!
 ojibwe wrote:
Bill said this was "Deadmaus" but it's clearly a '5' on the end of their name.

 

FYI from WIKIPEDIA....Joel Thomas Zimmerman (born January 5, 1981), better known by his stage name deadmau5 (pronounced "dead mouse"), is a Canadian record producer and DJ from Toronto, Ontario.

So...Bill was correct in his pronunciation of the name
Bill said this was "Deadmaus" but it's clearly a '5' on the end of their name.
 sfyi2001 wrote:
  
                                   Played once every 4 days in the last month. You poor dear.
                                   Imagine doing something besides listening and whining.
 
"Plays in last 30 days: 5"
Atmospheric; lovely.

I picture listening to this with the sunroof open on a hot day, whipping through the twisties in the Rockies.
 

2020sk wrote:
When something receives so many plays in such a short time on Radio Paradise, I start to wonder what the appeal could be. The album cover is quite nice - surely that can't be it, can it? But I can't imagine what else....

 


                                   Played once every 4 days in the last month. You poor dear.
                                   Imagine doing something besides listening and whining.
                                   How bough daa? 



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gud shiet.
When something receives so many plays in such a short time on Radio Paradise, I start to wonder what the appeal could be. The album cover is quite nice - surely that can't be it, can it? But I can't imagine what else....
Ooooh, that's pretty nice!
Wow - Bill just discovered Deadmau5 with how much he's playing it these days! Nice.
6 +1 today....now at a 7 after the magically sublime segue from The Hip AbductionHigher....that BillG guy is pretty good at what he does!
I have this track on my m/cycle playlist and make damn sure it is early in the ride. After 350 miles, it could be deadly.
no thanks
Nice to hear some deadmau5 on RP :) This one is quite soft & chill
Um...what?