No Ordinary Angst

Finally, I got the new podcast ready for last weekend. It’ll count, I’ll live with it. I finally figured out it was just a memory issue with running the full 3D version of Unity. I changed it over to 2D, and it is working out nicely.

Honestly, Unity is much better than previous versions of the software. Even on a netbook, it doesn’t run too badly. Somehow, it is even smaller than my Linux Mint install. I’m still trying to figure that one out.

As for the mix, we’ve got a collection of angst. We’ve got some Monster Magnet, Stabbing Westward, Placebo, Nine Inch Nails, Soundgarden, and the Deftones.

As for the Deftones track, “No Ordinary Love,” I know its a cover from a Sade hit from the eighties, but who cares. It got frequent play lately on Pandora recently and I can’t get enough of it. For some reason., bands from this era know how to handle the meodrama of eighties music better than some of the original performers who released the tracks.

Why is that?

K, suspects it its because as a group, and a lot of the bands in today’s mainstream, aren’t afraid of the dark.

Now, to lighten the mood:

Cracker – “Low”

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