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New T7ES EP: Rolling on floor laughing monoamine oxidase inhibitor (04 Jun 2012 at 01:34)
T7ES - Rolling on floor laughing monoamine oxidase inhibitor
Tom 7 Entertainment System - roflmaoi.zip


What we have here is a new 4-song Tom 7 Entertainment System EP! You should download the zip file for maximum collectibility, but you can also click direct-style to the MP3s:

1. New four song T7ES EP

2. OUT OF RANGE HIGH

3. Apple ]|[ GS

4. This is the title of the EP

I have an impacted colon-load of more music turds, including a bunch of the two-track short form old-days style stuff, but I decided to keep this one self-similar. So if you are feeling like this one is off the rails, then well first of all just like chill out, man, cuz like artistic freedom creative license commons GPL squaretooth, but also second, well I already told you about the saved-up old-style. Anyway get zip.
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Anonymous (74.73.109.234) – 06.05.12 19:26:25
I like.
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Anonymous (74.73.109.234) – 06.05.12 19:28:09
Also, I am jcreed but seem unable to comment onymously.
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Anonymous (74.73.109.234) – 06.05.12 19:28:19
Trying one more time.
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Anonymous (74.73.109.234) – 06.05.12 19:28:29
FAILCESS
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Anonymous (74.73.109.234) – 06.05.12 19:28:49
I type my name in the box but it just doesn't care who I am.
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Tom 7 (67.186.6.86) – 06.05.12 23:30:17
It's a metaphor for life
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gr8 (75.39.112.19) – 06.05.12 23:30:54
gr8
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Adhesion (69.205.69.21) – 06.05.12 23:46:06
This rocks, as expected. The first track is especially amazing. Can't get over how crazy your (MIDI) programming always is, damn.

But most importantly, for some reason the original filenames make the folder in Foobar show up as "TOM7~1", no joke.
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Scott/Graue (75.72.201.81) – 06.15.12 14:29:19
Hey Tom great stuff. Are you aware of the net artist The Hardliner? This reminds me a lot of his more chiptuney stuff especially the beginning of "Out of Range High." I'm a huge fan of his (Adhesion is too), though I think he's in his best form when putting funny noises into the music while you're a notch above him in pure composition. "This Is the Title of the EP" is just beautiful and my favorite here.

Btw, it would make me happy if you made some of your tunes Creative Commons. Having name-dropped them above, it's only fair, right? And not that I would necessarily use them for anything, it's just nice to see stuff enter the free/libre art world.

I'm looking forward to hearing more music-turds exit your colon. :)
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Anonymous (173.60.39.90) – 06.18.12 01:36:15
uncaught exception E_SQL: Query failed:Table './muddle/cool' is marked as crashed and should be repaired
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Scott/Graue (75.72.201.81) – 06.23.12 04:05:14
I'm assuming the above ^^ is the title of the next T7ES EP, forthcoming?
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jonas (81.183.105.228) – 07.26.12 07:46:47
Is the list of neighbourhoods that you have marked as completed in the Pac Tom project shown somewhere on the Pac Tom website? Maybe you could mark them on the map?
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Tom 7 (67.186.6.86) – 07.28.12 20:19:29
Thanks Adhesion and Scott! A bunch of my songs are available GPL (MIDI files) as part of t7eshero. And everybody has my permission and encouragement to remix liberally. Beyond that I don't really see any advantage to the CC license, but maybe you have an idea...

jonas: Hmm, I guess not. I do keep careful track of this in my KML file, but it's not part of the exported map. I'll keep that in mind next time I do an export, though really I should just work on finishing it since I am maybe only 700 miles away?

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Anonymous (75.72.201.81) – 07.28.12 22:05:10
Tom, the CC licenses are nice because they spell out exactly what a statement like "everybody has my permission and encouragement to remix liberally" means. Does "remix" include a cover? Could I use your songs in a game? What if you didn't like my game, would you be able to rescind the permission? A CC license assures people they can put those questions aside.

But this is actually the first time I can recall you giving blanket permission for remixes. So thanks!

I think while there are probably a few people who would love to use your tunes in games, it would probably be an even greater contribution if you considered licensing your fonts under the SIL Open Font License, which would allow them to be on Google Web Fonts and thus, embedded all over the web. My favorite programming font, Inconsolata-g (http://leonardo-m.livejournal.com/77079.html) was only possible because the original Inconsolata designer used that license and allowed modifications.

This assumes you aren't already sick of your old fonts (maybe you don't WANT to see them all over the web?), but otherwise, consider it, dude! A lot of people would be pretty happy to use that stuff on their websites.
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Scott (75.72.201.81) – 07.28.12 22:05:21
That was me. - Scott
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