Skype call with some friends who have guitars yay.
LuaIDE Reuben Quest HD: The PC Remake
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Also Yuki "ジュジュ" Kagayaki
against the attacks of matt @ matpac.co.uk ! For more information:
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We are in 2034. The situation on Earth is catastrophic. The ozone layer has been completely destroyed by the carbonic gas of automobiles, the chemical industries, and the poosh-poosh in little cans. In the end, the earth cooks under the rays of the sun. We must find a planet on which can live 6 billion idiots. The planetary federation turns to the strongest country in the world: Canada. It is Canadian knowledge that has allowed, on October 28, 2034, the launch of the spaceship Romano Fafard, which leaves earth to search the confines of the Universe. Where the hand of man has never set foot.
I hate TI right now
You make me lose the game
Everytime I read your name
I've been listening to Lindsey Stirling's music lately. Dubstep + violin = AWESOME
Last Edit: 15 January, 2013, 17:45:56 by Spyro543 »
I recently bought a 1995 Eurodance compilation, a Daze - Superhero single and a Titan A.E. soundtrack CDs at the junk shop near my home. They sadly no longer have any video game nor electronics, but they have a lot of CDs. The Eurodance compilation isn't that great nor anything close to eurodance except 2 or 3 songs, but the CDs were $2.50 each so it was kinda worth it (not to mention you don't run into such old CDs everyday in stores). I also listen to some SNES music and more Sabaton lately.
Last Edit: 17 January, 2013, 06:58:46 by DJ_O »
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, Oak Ridge Boys, Don Williams (aka The Gentle Giant), Twisted Sister, and Metallica.
Bringing Randy Glover's
to the TI-89 calculator. Download available
Been listening to this all day
I find impossible to listen to 5:14 without smiling
Title Language Progress Status DrillMiner C (ndless) 40% Paused Spoiler for Programming languages I currently know:
Java (Learning in AP Comp Sci)
C (Specifically Ndless)
LabView (For FIRST robotics)
z80 ASM (Just a little bit
Rhapsody is quite cool. My favorite albums are the ones from 1997 to 2002 and the last two. Not much of a fan of SotELp2:TdS and Trihump of Agony because they're too slow. They kinda went back to their original style afterward, though.
As for myself, I've been listening to some new italo disco and older eurobeat, although I tend to get bored fast from that stuff since most songs sound similar. Italo disco is actually in some ways the ancestor of eurobeat (in fact, most '90s eurobeat artists who were popular in Japan were european italo disco artists)
This is an example of italo-disco from 1990, when songs slowly started to sound more like para para stuff:
He's the one who made the song Running in the '90s.
I absolutely can't stand the 1980-83 italo disco, though, and even less American disco.
Last Edit: 08 June, 2013, 09:03:30 by DJ Omnimaga »