whatthedast
axiomaloud
2/20/20
5:28 PM
42

A little too on the nose..god I hate fucking election years.

2/20/20
5:23 PM
110

The DLC “Centrist Simulator” comes out later where the mechanics are to *say* you want the end-goals of Democratic Socialism, but every time it’s offered to you or a party member brings it up, you have to stomp it out as viciously as possible on your own or siding with your opposition party. Read more

12/26/19
1:16 PM
16

Yes !!! TY for leading with the fact that the soundtrack features KAY HANLEY !!! Really only went to see the movie because of her but it’s a cult fav of mine now.

10/30/19
5:11 PM
161

To the now anonymous piece of shit I just flagged and dismissed, science is not a cult. It is the exact opposite of a cult, you hateful idiot.

10/30/19
4:18 PM
232

There is nothing Christian about the fire and brimstone of the American evangelical death cult. They need to terrify and indoctrinate children in order to keep their power and cash. Read more

10/23/19
10:42 PM
17

While it wasn’t Tate’s movie, I think she was enormously significant to it in ways beyond - but inextricably tied to - her real life end. Read more

10/23/19
9:18 PM
1

Nah, that’s just the dialect around here. I don’t notice it much now, but I spent years doing double takes with my mouth hanging open. 

10/8/19
4:09 AM
7

Yesss... That is more common than people might think. My husband was a back up singer in Paris studios, in the 80s, which were like the 60s in the USA, with a lot of studio singers doubling up the “stars’” voices, & studio singers uncredited...the US version of that is documented in 20 feet from Stardom. There was so Read more

10/7/19
11:24 PM
49

Dallas murdered a President in front of the world. There will be no justice coming for Joshua Brown’s family.

10/7/19
9:13 PM
7

It’s a common practice in the recording industry to have a good singer lay down “guide tracks” so that a less good, but more famous singer can come in later and sing along with the guide tracks. If the less good singer does a good job, they will often remove the guide tracks. If the less good singer does not do a Read more

10/7/19
2:48 PM
5

This is correct. A very common practice for producers is to layer vocals from different people, as the slight difference in tone adds to the density of the sound. Read more

10/7/19
2:01 PM
7

This. It’s not complicated. Elements on studio recordings are double tracked all the time to fill them out tonally.