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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.
EDIT: Sale is over, sorry.
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Nov.21.2011 @ 5:01 PM
Seriously, New Order was so fucking good.
I hate the way people have taken their influence so literally. People always gotta be reducing shit.
I could write an essay on people being over-literal in receiving influences.
Everybody reading this knows I could write an essay on it.
Mercifully, I will spare you this essay.
Nov.21.2011 @ 5:13 PM
I saw a New Order, Sugarcubes and PiL triple bill in '89. Kind of a life-changing experience.
Nov.21.2011 @ 6:36 PM
Bathing in Phosphorous goodness.
Nov.21.2011 @ 7:55 PM
Thank you for the Blue Monday special... best of luck for 2012.
Nov.22.2011 @ 2:43 AM
I missed it, got home from work too late =o[
Nov.22.2011 @ 7:57 AM
Thanks for the great sale.
My current budget had no room for anything outside of racing the bicycle occasionally this season. There are times when one must shift priorities though.
A month from now, when the boss is gone for ten days, I'll have the laptop at work jamming with the new toys and the race I missed won't seem so important.
Nov.22.2011 @ 8:23 AM
@Computer Controlled: It goes 'til Midnight tonight.
Nov.22.2011 @ 1:27 PM
So very tempting. But your videos have me gearlusting after a modular too.
Nov.22.2011 @ 3:39 PM
Amazing, thanks CR. Pushed me over the edge on Eos!
Nov.22.2011 @ 3:41 PM
I assumed Blue Monday was about Ian Curtis (strained relationship yada yada) but apparently the band have said it was a direct response to the Falklands War (being '82 and all that).
Then there's the story that it was only written to have something to play to fans who wanted encores without having to play encores (y'know, just press play, let the sequencer do the rest)
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