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Stasis specialises in Audi tuning, we find out how they do that and what results they can get.
Space, pace, style and speed - four things that sum up the Focus ST perfectly. We rather like it.
Rhyming since the 80s, Motions sickness on the mic has infected numerous Kool-Keith records ,The wake up show,The Strenth Magazine compilation and dj Vadim"TheTerrorist". While countless rappers say what other rappers have already said, Motion moves away from the rhyme redundancy with a unique abstract approach that can perfectly complement black elvis eccentricity without trying to out Kool Keith. During trips to N.Y,motion has been asked to provide I'D to prove the orgins of his furies style." They didn't believe i was from Northern California when i was rhyming". But its not like Motion is tryin to be out there-its just his everyday steelo... Motion is best known for his guest appearances on Kool Keith?s albums: "Sex Style" (Sly We Fly), "Black Elvis" (Clifton) and "DR Dooom" (Housing Authority). Motion also appears on DJ Vadim?s "The Terrorist" on Ninja Tune and recently cut a track for the highly anticipated Dust Brothers album. Look for Motion Man?s incredible vocal performance on Kut Masta Kurt?s upcoming remix for "1, 2, 3, 4" by Mexico?s Titan on EMI Mexico/Virgin Records. Additionally, Motion is currently featured on Strength Magazine?s compilation album "Sub Text" with the underground classic "Clearing The Field"
We really try hard to be true to what our hearts tell us to do," says New Orleans-bred Pepper Keenan, guitarist and songwriter for the band. "We do what we feel and we don't want to get caught up in any '90s-style production bullshit, 'cause when we look back at what we've done we want it to sound timeless. So many bands are gonna laugh at themselves in ten years. We don't want that." COC has been hurtling towards a "timeless" rock sound since their humble-but-turbulent beginning as a hardcore band way back in 1982. Back then, the band -- guitarist Woody Weatherman, bassist Mike Dean and drummer Reed Mullin (Keenan didn't join until 1990) -- searched desperately for a voice, an identifiable way to vent the spleen that has continued to haunt them through a full six records: 1983's vociferous Eye For An Eye, '85's phlegmatic rant Animosity, '87's drop D-tuned barrage Technocracy, '91's awesome, menacing Blind, and the album that serves as WISEBLOOD's most direct sonic ancestor: '94's breakthrough platter, Deliverance. "We began carving our niche with Deliverance," says Keenan with a hint of the South in his voice. "Now that we have that niche we should stay in it. I often wonder what makes good bands take sudden left turns. Why would you work hard to develop a sound and then just abandon it? It makes no sense." "We've always tried to make albums that have highs and lows and midpoints," says Keenan, "records that you can listen to from beginning to end. We've got no interest in ramming ten songs in the same key down your throat.
It's our 20th episode, which means we break out the expensive rose Champagne and celebrate in style. On today's show, we talk for a million minutes about the iPad 3, Google wants to sell the dumbest crap in its store, and we pull out our new segment, Analysts' Corner, just in time for Valentine's Day!
Apple breaks the Pre's marriage to iTunes, Microsoft wants to bring Natal to Windows, and Kindle users are bent out of shape about case cracks.
The sexy Harman Kardon HS 300 delivers sophisticated styling, solid performance, and better connectivity and speakers than last year's model, if you can look past the quirky interface and high price.
In conversation with NPR's Moira Gunn at a Churchill Club event, Paul Otellini describes how a focus on markets, rather than products, better positions Intel to deliver what people want. He also discusses how the chipmaker's engineers are adjusting to a recent company reorganization.
On today's preGame we'll give you a first hands-on look at the Nintendo 3DS including AR Games and Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition. We'll also play Yakuza 4 and Homefront live on the show!
The JVC KD-PDR30 receiver looks and sounds good, and its standard iPod connectivity will endear it to those looking to take their iTunes on the road. However, its lack of a decent search mechanism for navigating large iPod lists means that it fails at a p