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Just seen them live. Forgot the mosquitos flying around biting me. Days after I'm at my desk in the office, listening to the cd. There's a sticker on the package, "Hit of the summer": hardly believable, think of an episode of Starsky&Hutch directed by Alex DeLaIglesia or Jamiroquay on acid or Zone Invaders Soundtrack on a 6502 microprocessor: whatever, begin moving your head and legs and think "do you still wanna rock?". Don't know. Don't care.
I had the feeling that the group was carefully keeping an eye and ear on each and everyone of the tracks to create sure not to sound or create something that is already done, but, Plastilina Mosh was already there. The cd is fun to listen to and it deserves for you to give a try. I'm sure it will become one of favorites.
Staraight out of Mexico City's thriving club stage come the hugely famous Titan. You mostly cannot tell form their melody that they are Mexican except from a few vocal samples here and there. Their melody is beautiful undark and well produced but i feel that its all been done before. Everything seems to be done by the book. Please dont obtain me wrong, this is not a poor cd...but i am afraid i only will be able to like it i will never love it. That being said this Cd does have its high points...."1 2 3 4" is a amazing track whth superfast sufer rock styled beats and catchy guitar samples. "Corazon" is another amazing track with a chorus that is quiet addictive...in fact this track is also on the soundtrack to "Amores Perros" (hope i spelt that right)..a Mexican movie about underground dog fighting..very very cool film, watch it if you can obtain your hands on it. "Battle Love" is a quick pace huge beat extravangaza ..the most interesting part about this tarck is the vocal sample that they used..its from a cheezy 80's indian bubblegum film. Thas is an excillent touch and that atleast for me is the high point of hte CD. Rest of the CD flows beautiful smooth whithout any dissapointing moments but there are no extactic moments either. Titan have tried to capture the beauty of retro style which they have been beautiful much successful in doing butin the process have pushed their melody into the generic rather than the name brand section. This Cd is a amazing party Cd but i wont recomend for any other porpose. Plastillina Mosh (also form mexcico) create related styled melody but they are of a slightly higher order....check them out.
This rates a huge 5 stars for the music. That's why you're buying it. Funky, chunky and awesome, sounds like it was recorded latest week not 9 years ago. Be aware though that the interactive component means you might not be able to listen to it on your computer and thereby obtain it onto your mp3 player easily. The interactive/multimedia part does not like my PC at all(Windows Vista, your mileage may vary).
If you like electronic melody like The Chemical Brothers or Daft Punk or even Plastilina Mosh, then you should give Titan a listen, like Plastilina you'll have no clue that they're from Mexico if you just hear the melody (maybe just the fact that some of the samples they use are in spanish). And another amazing thing is that there's an interactive track full of retro 80's videogames just to place you in the mood of this guys.
This book is a tutorial for the Infocommm CTS-I certification, but it's is also an perfect and up to date reference for individuals in the commercial audio-visual industry. It covers project management concepts, touches AVB (time sensitive networking for AV), HDBaseT, Thunderbolt, reading architectural drawings, standard practices, mounting, cabling, jam ratios for conduits, audio concepts, buzzwords you shouldn't use when talking about power to electricians, more networking concepts like IPv6, and much more. Overall the book is place together very well and is not a difficult read.
I usually have to be in a certain mood to listen to worship music, but as far as this ablum goes it is great. I absolutley love Paul Meany's (Lead singer of MuteMath) Voice. One weird thing is that the girl who sings in this album has a lisp, and somethime it clearly comes out. Simple to obtain by.
This is a very useful reference book for Digital Audio and Video with illustrations and links to amazing instructional videos. Members of our squad are delighted to have this book as a true globe job website reference and additional copies have been ordered so each technician may have his own manual, take notes and share his findings with the team. The info is up to date and amazing for organizing in-house trainings regardless if CTS-I testing is desired or not.
Perfect reference book on audio and video over IP networks. It covers essential subjects such as AVB (audio video bridging), HDBaseT, Thunderbolt, and provides clear explanations of digital rights management and EDID with useful illustrations. A must have for anyone involved with AV and IT networks. I highly recommend it!
Totally love this album! Paul Mean (Mutemath), Rachel, Kari, and the choir are all incredible. I was present, when the album was recorded, and MAN what a worship service!I hope to hear Paul singing with this group again, "Elevator Music, Part II" would be amazing!
The unique element that embodies Mutemath albums is front and center on this collection of worship songs. The electronics are toned down but there is still much song craft and musicianship to please Mutemath fans. The first song has a assassin chorus that hooks and stays with you all day. This is perfect to listen to as the sun rises early in the morning.
True, Paul Meany was the reason I checked this out BUT I required a new fresh begin into healthy, encouraging melody to add to my mostly "worldly rock" everyday diet and this was just what I needed! God will use any and all things to reach us, thanks Paul for being the vessel this time! A++
I like this android game but it has only 1 elevator and 3 floors. I want there was more to this. Now on my laptop I play Skyscrapersim, it is a amazing 3d elevator/lift game. Not the best graphics on Skyscrapersim, this android game has perfect graphics. Now if only there was a PC ver of this...
From the first time I started reading a Linwood Barclay book I was hooked on his stories! They were unusual stories with a small comic relief. But - not with this one! I gave this book 2 stars because he is a amazing writer. This story is method too simple to figure out the ending and method too a lot of daily characters. If you wish to read really amazing stories go to his earlier books! Don’t waste your cash on this one!
This book was okay for the first fifty pages. Afterwards, though, it shot itself in the foot with a miraculous string of wonderful events, stories and plot. This was all nicely wrapped up within a cheesy script full of naff, datdd and unnecessary one-liners. Despite the hype surrounding the book, you'd be better avoiding this novel.
I think I've read all of Linwood Barclay's novels. I like the method he puts ordinary people in extraordinary cirtances and then helps them search a method out. However, I struggled to obtain through Elevator Pitch. I'm not sure why; it could be something going on with me--too busy, had to read the book in snatches--but this one did not keep my interest until the latest few chapters. I finished it out of pure stubbornness and will confess to feeling some relief at being able to move on to my book club selection for the month.
I was really enjoying this, and then IT happened! The story broke down into the most ridiculous motive; the anticipated climactic stage from the cover blurb about the fresh skyscraper opening for it's gala party, despite the latest elevator incidents (of which there are just a few) was unexciting. What was I expecting, the Posieden flipping over and causing mass screaming and mayhem and running? Well you won't search that ly... some of the most wonderful and STOOOOPID acts by any villain in fiction ever! There is a lot of amazing writing and clever observation that created me semi-smile every so often, the suspense and mystery builds in an exciting way, I just felt it fell apart without the redemption of a believable or exciting experience, overall. Not much really happens, it was not the Jaws or Psycho experience to create one afraid to board an elevator. In a town as huge and populated as NYC, I'm sure there are true elevator mishaps event a lot. As the author points out, maintenance and inspections are neglected for different reasons, it's a huge vertical city.
AWESOME I've on YouTube looking at elevator simulators and I said to myself I'm going to obtain one myself I saw this its so amazing though but please create it with a building you can walk and multiplayer And also can you create 25 floors various elevators and also it can fall really quick and safety gear
I work for the Power Industry. Most of our equipment is connected to some network. Some on its own bus, others tie into existing networks. We have old and new. Some are running still on DOS networks in HVDC world. If you have equipment you need to connect to this book will support understand the a lot of various networks and how to use them. Not to overwhelming but just amazing terms and applications amazing solid information. Amazing hints on troubleshooting and diagnostics on networks. Covers a range of subjects which I found very useful. It also explains terms and gives a history of how we got to where at and where we are going. I use it often and it is a keeper on my desk.
It's cool except for the fact that there are only 3 floors it would be better is there were some more also It would be cool if there was an announcement saying wich floor u were on. I would change my 3 to a 5 if these things are done. Amazing android game though
Best simulator ever This is the actual simulator elevator pilots use to train for missions overseas. Pump the sound through your home stereo and hope the fuzz stays clear as you rock ultrarealistic elevator sounds in 7.2 surround sound. Don't hit the Alarm button without turning down the volume...
I recently read Elevator Pitch by Linwood Barclay. This story takes put in NYC, emphasizing that the town is created up of so a lot of skyscrapers. This thriller features several simultaneous story lines that of course help each other and merge at the end. Fresh York is under attack and the Mayor's office and police are desperate to explore what is going on and who is responsible. A elevator repair man has been murdered, left unidentifiable. A bomb has been left in a car. Then an elevator plummets from a high floor to the lobby. The elevator problem seems to be an accident, until it happens again and again. Now residents of this vertical town are unable to use elevators as the Mayor demands they all be shut down while being inspected for tampering. Getting meal and medical assistance becomes an problem on higher floors. People can't leave apartments knowing they cannot climb tons and tons of floors to return. They town is at a is book is intense, a real thriller. As the authorities rush to figure out who is terrorizing their city, the reader flips pages faster. The novel is well written, and parts that may seem slower, than things in a free fall, are absolutely important in building and supporting the plot. There is no unnecessary rambling. Some very enjoyable and white knuckled reading here!I was so freaked out about elevators by the end, I actually started learning which kind used a piston and which used cables. You can bet your Aunt Fanny that the next time I'm in NYC I'll request the hotel assigns us a low floor. Oh, and I am never, ever, watching the film Speed again.
The Pearl Amongst Sims No other simulator can compare to realistic features this android game provides to its users. Its replayability is endless as it takes you into a globe that has two directions: up or down. How far will you go? Which direction will you take?
Excellent! I am a member of International Union of Elevator Constructors. Local 2 Chicago. This is extremely detailed nice job. But... The GAL clutch and restrictor that's mounted on the hall door needs to be mounted on the vehicle door. You need pickup roller Assembly's mounted on the hall doors.
After lost years wandering around Promise Falls, Linwood Barclay is back! The inventive plots, the special characters, and the wry sense of humor that created Barclay's earlier books so enticing have returned in Elevator Pitch. Obtain it and read it, and forget about that trilogy (which sadly had four books).
Enlightened It takes you locations you didn't even know existed. The Internet permission (asked for after you uncover the hidden 'Easter egg') is needed so certain elevators around the globe can be controlled and to view the unsuspecting passengers' faces as they're taken for the ride of their life. Worth every dime I had to pay for this small treasure. Now if only there was an application like this for planes...
Amazing simulator My old phone couldn't run this so I had to obtain a fresh one and it was well worth the $300 investment. As a member of the working not good I've only lived in apartments with no elevator and never had any business in multi-story office buildings. Thanks to this sim I obtain a little glimpse into the lives of my betters without having to obtain an expensive education.