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On 10/4/2020 at 12:55 AM, MP80 said:

Love Hangover? 

 

That song brings back a lot of memories.....

 

 

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They've revamped the airport completely now it looks 
Just like a nightclub everyone's excited and confused 

 

 

 

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No one in the world ever gets what they want and that is beautiful
Everybody dies frustrated and sad and that is beautiful

They want what they're not and I wish they would stop saying,
Deputy dog dog a ding dang depadepa
Deputy dog dog a ding dang depadepa
 
D, world destruction
Over and overture
N, do I need
Apostrophe T, need this torture?
 
 

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"And we were dancing, and singing, and moving to the grooving. And just when it hit me, somebody turned around and shouted play that funky music right boy. Play that funky music right. Play that funky music right boy. Lay down and boogie and play that funky music till you die.."

 

 

Edited by StarkRaven$

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Luka and Tom's Diner

 

S. Vega's singing was used as a reference during the development of the MP3 compression format.

 

https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/19727/how-toms-diner-tuned-mp3

 

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So Mr. Brandenberg gets a copy of the song, and puts it through the newly created MP3. But instead of the "warm human voice" there are monstrous distortions, as though the Exorcist has somehow gotten into the system, shadowing every phrase. They spend months refining it, running "Tom's Diner through the system over and over again with modifications, until it comes through clearly. "He wound up listening to the song thousands of times," the article, written by Hilmar Schmundt, continued, "and the result was a code that was heard around the world. When an MP3 player compresses music by anyone from Courtney Love to Kenny G, it is replicating the way that Brandenburg heard Suzanne Vega."

She may be remembered for her two hit wonders but that was her real contribution.

 

Here's the haunting "Luka"

 

 

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10 hours ago, cashnocredit said:

Luka and Tom's Diner

 

S. Vega's singing was used as a reference during the development of the MP3 compression format.

 

https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/19727/how-toms-diner-tuned-mp3

 

She may be remembered for her two hit wonders but that was her real contribution.

 

Here's the haunting "Luka"

 

 

 

Wrong thread.  😛 

 

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