It's not an easy story to hear. Barbara isn't the soft-spoken patchouli prophetess promising unicorns and talking porpoises that many in the audience seems to expect. In fact, she's a haranguing apocalyptic, a millennium Jeremiah.
She spews out a horrific vision that differs markedly from the benign Pleiadian transcripts in her earlier books Humanity is cunningly manipulated, she warns us, by a cruel clan of reptilian creatures known as the "Illuminati. The Illuminati are ruled by 13 Wizards, who are surrounded by a cabal of 3, - 5, additional evil-doers, "primarily white, and the Mormons are definitely involved.
All around me, innocents in Birkenstocks gasp, as Barbara plunges onward into even creepier territory:. We are all being programmed, she claims, through ritual sexual abuse, television violence, and demonic propaganda.
Sinister mind-control -- directed by the CIA who learned their nefarious craft from ex-Nazis who studied Pharonic Egyptian secrets -- is seeking to transform all of us into murderers, suicides, Satanists, cannibals, etc. I heard this from his mind-slave, who was also Bob Hope 's sex-slave. Chuckling, I roll my eyes. Is she a dangerous hypocrite, I wonder? Is she brainwashing the suggestible, using the same trauma techniques as the blood-reptiles that she warns us to fear?
This is for all you border collies hopped up on Adderall. Not the fun kind of hallucinations, either. These are the kind of hallucinations where ponies with 8 spider-like legs are climbing on your ceiling and walls while singing "Barbie Girl" and criticizing your overly-bland dating profile. Raving Energy Kevin MacLeod incompetech. Beauty Flow Kevin MacLeod incompetech. Isn't it amazing how compelling an old synthesizer can be when it is being run by an arpeggiator?
There are so many subtle patterns that present. Before arpeggiators, we had to find patterns in our music by using corkboards, newspaper clippings, pushpins, coloured yarn, and 8x10 black and white glossy photos. The percussion does change during this piece, but it won't get in the way of your energetic interview. River Flute Kevin MacLeod incompetech.
I enjoy relaxing background music things. I looked out into the world for this music, and there was a lot of music, but none of it was right.
When I want calm - this is the kind of thing I want! Super crazy hit-you-in-the-head calm! I want mega-aggro-calm. The flute in this recording is a standard C flute slowed to half speed. The river is running at normal river speed. Do you have recurring dreams of being an industrial roomba working in an ore processing facility?
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. I was introduced to this album in I fell in love with it immediately. Fast forward 14 years and I had to buy it on vinyl. The record came in great condition.
No damage to the sleeve and the vinyl itself is in perfect condition. The sound quality is exceptional. If I didnt know it was a vinyl I wouldnt be able to tell. I love this album and its a darn shame they never put out a follow-up. One person found this helpful. If there's anything to the clever adage that, "Talking about music is like dancing about architecture," then trying to describe The Postal Service's "Give Up" would be more along the lines of pantomiming Stonehenge: to do so would be incomprehensible, over-ambitious, and ultimately unsuccessful.
However, to not review this disc would be the greater crime, so here goes. To begin with, the new listener must dispense with all the tired comparisons to other artists we've seen in the previous reviews of this CD. Those reviewers, well-meaning as they all are, have only managed to parallel one flavor of genius with another Radiohead, for example.
Searching for traces of Radiohead, U2, or even Beck in "Give Up" will be about as fruitful as looking for the Seattle sound in a Blondie record. The Postal Service sound represents that unique, unmatchable byproduct that can only come from a beautiful mistake the Gibbard and Tamborello hybrid. Forgive my arrogance here, but I think this album will do for the ever-widening and accessible world of electronica what the Beatles did for rock and roll.
That is, "Give Up" will save electronica from itself, bringing a much needed sense of vision to a brand of music which, as of late, has aspired to no greater purpose than that of moving bodies and disengaging minds a disappointing trend being followed by a lot of the new Trance produced lately. At a time during electronic music's short history when some may already be tempted to assume we've seen it all and certainly the Vengaboys were proof enough of that , now come the likes of The Postal Service To the contrary, these two have simply used the digital medium as a tool in their grander endeavor: good music.
Ben's words fit Jimmy's sounds like a glove, though never predictable and frequently addictive. Songs like the masterful "Brand New Colony" redefine the love song the way Brian Wilson helped reinvent the pop song; it's a tale of devotion and adoration--minus the pomp--rivalled by nothing else out there today. The first single, "Such Great Heights" and it's commercial follow-up, "The District Sleeps Alone Tonight," show off the Gibbard-Tamborello craft in all of its glimmering majesty, neither of them running a single second longer than they should.
The Postal Service, as evidenced in this their uncanny debut, is a sonic miracle, equally comprised of unfettered art and deft science.Sci-fi music is the type of music played in Avengers and Star Wars series. Sci-fi melodies for commercial use & download background music in MP3 & inneselcavirdars.vawarcedigirelounutmolesata.cog: Paranoia.