November 21, 2011

Audio Damage Blue Monday Sale...

by Chris Randall

As the image says, use the code HOWDOESITFEEL at checkout in the AD store until midnight Tuesday, and take 25% off your entire order, no matter what it is. Rock it.

EDIT: Sale is over, sorry.


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Nov.21.2011 @ 12:21 PM
I think I'm AD-Complete, or I'd buy some shit. BTW where did the Ratshack go?

Nov.21.2011 @ 12:36 PM
Damn. Thanks for bringing my gear fast to an abrupt end. Now I have to resist the urge to allowing AD to becoming my gateway gear to a new Tempest. Shit....and I was so close to finishing these fucking mixes for our next album, too.

Nov.21.2011 @ 12:41 PM
Yar! Grabbed Filterstation! Why doesn't it show up in ProTools????


Nov.21.2011 @ 12:44 PM
Best. Promocode. Ever. Thanks, AD.

Nov.21.2011 @ 1:03 PM
"I see a ship in the harbor
I can and shall obey
But if it wasn't for your misfortune
I'd be a heavenly person today"

Can anyone tell me what the song is about... I had no idea when I was 13 and I still don't know today.

- Hugo

Nov.21.2011 @ 1:07 PM
Chris Randall
It was the 80s. Lyrics didn't have to make sense.

For some reason I always thought it was "I count a shallow bay." Not that the real lyrics are any less opaque.


Nov.21.2011 @ 1:52 PM
mike kiraly
Just shared the link on Facebook. So if one of my three Facebook friends buys something, you'll know it's my influence.

So look out for purchases from either my mom, that weird guy trying to date my mom or my parole officer.

Nov.21.2011 @ 2:11 PM
beauty pill
It is fortunate for you that the last two are not one and the same.

'Cause --- awkward!

- c

Nov.21.2011 @ 2:15 PM
"I used to think that the day would never come
I'd see the light in the shade of the morning sun
the morning sun is the drug that brings me near
to the childhood I lost replaced by fear"

Blue Monday is vaguely about betrayal. True Faith is vaguely about drugs, I think. Though I can't be sure. I think that Barnie's goal writing lyrics was to make them vague enough you could project whatever meaning you wanted to onto them.

Of course they could both be about drugs. "Blue Monday" was raver slang for how crap you feel on Monday after taking a bunch of Es at a Saturday night rave.

Nov.21.2011 @ 2:57 PM
Adam Schabtach
I used to have a cassette copy of "Power, Corruption, & Lies", done from a friend's vinyl copy. Years later I bought the CD when it came out, and discovered that my tape had side 2 recorded before side 1. (This was an easy-enough mistake to make since Factory records had next to nothing on the labels.) I'd grown so used to hearing the album in that order, though, that to this day (literally) I re-order the tracks when playing it. I have a similar problem with Cluster & Eno's "After the Heat"; the CD release was completely scrambled compared to the vinyl.


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