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[Jul. 21st, 2004|01:12 pm]
pillowpants
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one reason lots of 80s songs (or many pre-90s recordings) have so much more impact is that they were recorded with more dynamic range, more overall volume change.  today, because of super competitive commercially driven motives, recordings lack headroom.  the volume is static.  there is no development.  that's important. 
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From: monican
2004-07-22 12:53 pm (UTC)
I'm feelin it too, lad...a friend brought back some Green Tea back from Taiwan (I've a cup right now)as this shit is Dangerous!!! :)
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[User Picture]From: potentialtoburn
2004-07-22 02:28 pm (UTC)
that must be some strong stuff. i've been into Chinese Oolong, but it's generally mild. how long do you brew it?
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From: monican
2004-07-22 03:04 pm (UTC)
I was aking her that...she said generally- 10 to 15 minutes....another novel bonus is reading your fortune by the leaves...I loved the concept, and she said its common there...
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