Gaucho wrote:Cover Flow is gone for good.
Ben Klingston wrote:Gaucho wrote:Cover Flow is gone for good.
Boo. I understand it wasn't functional to visually sort through thousands of songs/albums, but I'm a music geek who liked the aesthetic of seeing the original album artwork, especially for those classic albums. So much so, that I went in and changed the artwork of songs I got from 'greatest hits' compilations to those from their original albums.
columbia wrote:As an aside, I really liked this Radiohead cover of New Order (especially because he does a good Ian Curtis impersonation):
Mike Scaccia, the guitarist for Ministry and Rigor Mortis, died on Saturday night at the age of 47. Scaccia was performing onstage at the Rail Club in Fort Worth, Texas, as part of a 50th birthday celebration for Rigor Mortis singer Bruce Corbitt, when he collapsed. Shortly afterwards, he was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
The medical examiner listed the cause of death as a sudden heart attack brought on by heart disease, the Fort Worth Star Telegram reports. Earlier accounts, including one from the rock blog Blabbermouth.net, attributed the collapse to a seizure and noted that Scaccia had reportedly asked for the strobe lights in the club to be turned off during the performance moments before he fell.
Scaccia was born in Babylon, New York, on July 14th, 1965, and formed thrash metallists Rigor Mortis in 1983. Six years later, the guitarist was invited by Al Jourgensen to join Ministry
FreeCandy44 wrote:I can't explain it, but I've been on a huge NOFX kick. Also for people who are into the inner workings of what it takes to put a concert on. Fuse has a show called Warped Tour Roadies. Good show.....
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