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August 2008 Posts Roundup

Happy Labor Day folks.

Here’s a selection of entries from Barbarism Begins at Home from August 2008:

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Seriously, He’s An Edgy Guy

It’s been a while since I used the Phil Collins category…

Classic Synth Sound Design: Abacab

Since finishing my read-through of the Logic 8 instruments and effects manual I’ve thought the best way to learn some sound design was not to create something new, but to replicate the sound of something that already exists.

I have a few classic synth lines I want to try to redo in Logic (or Reason 4) [...]

3 Versions of Maneasy Lover – SHOWDOWN

Alright, so maybe I wasn’t the first to do it, but I definitely had this idea over a year ago.

Back then there were no versions of Maneasy Lover, but if you do some Googling you’ll find at least 2 others that have come out since last summer.

Maneasy Lover – Subtonic

My version does not have a [...]

Maneasy Lover – Phil Collins Vs. Nelly Furtado

For a while I’ve been wanting to hear this mashup. I talked about it over a year ago.

So, since nobody did it I decided to do it myself.

It’s Nelly Furtado’s Maneater vs. Phil Collins Easy Lover. Stir them together, you get Maneasy Lover.

Direct download: Maneasy Lover

I Know I’ve Already Breached My Phil Collins Quota, But You’ve Got To See This

Phil Collins vs. The Ultimate Warrior in a “But Seriously” promotion.


Maneating Easy Lover

Today was the first time I heard something from Nelly Furtado’s latest album “Loose.” No, I haven’t been living under a rock. I’m not even really into Nelly Furtado, so I can’t weigh in on if she sold out with this latest album. I do know that I like what I’ve heard from Loose more [...]

Dammit, Phil Collins!

For the past week I’ve been driving into work with the song Easy Lover on repeat.

I suppose that when addicts get out of rehab they may be tempted by a drug once in a while but resist the temptation. Yet sometimes they relapse after one event or experience reminds them of their euphoria.

The marketing campaign [...]