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    Meat Loaf - The Very Best




















    So, should I seek psychotherapy or does this simply reveal that I am a person of incredibly well-rounded and diverse musical tastes, maybe even a true renaissance man?

    Either way, now you know why I have two complete systems (amps and speakers) connected to the same preamp and DAC.:D



    Jeff B.
    Click here for Jeff Bagby's Loudspeaker Design Software

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    I also have quite the odd collection. Bluegrass to screamy metal and everything inbetween. You do have a few that I would listen to although they were before my time.

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    • #3
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      You do need help though. You are trying to cover up your speaker addiction :p :D

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        Originally posted by killa View Post
        I also have quite the odd collection. Bluegrass to screamy metal and everything inbetween. You do have a few that I would listen to although they were before my time.
        This isn't my collection though, it's just one arbitrary stack that structured itself out of the random chaos of my psyche and its musical cravings. I mean seriously, who has Meat Loaf and Bridgit Mendler, Led Zeppelin and Nora Jones, all in one stack?
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        • #5
          Re: Do I need Psychotherapy?

          My musical collection mirrors your substantially, that is you and I seem to like many of the same. You just need to add some Jimi Hendrix to your list, then you'll know for sure that you are sane!

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            Took my daughter back to college last Sunday after her spring break. She refused to listen to my iPod in the car (all classic jazz) and insisted we listen to her iPod's play list. Her play list alternated between some kind of heavy rap and The Dixie Chicks. She sang along to both happy as a clam, I came away seriously confused.
            Martin

            Quarter Wavelength Loudspeaker Design
            www.quarter-wave.com

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            • #7
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              Considering the sheer number of musical loonies we have around here, I am not sure this is the place to ask. We will simply confirm your diagnosis then tell you that you are fine just like the rest of us.

              btw, I recognize all but maybe one of those albums.and I am working on setting up two systems myself, that of course is because of you. at least that is what I told my wife.
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              • #8
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                I agree, owning a Meatloaf CD is cause for concern.

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                • #9
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                  I listen and enjoy all that stuff too plus got a noise complaint for "relentless yodelling and accordioning" from one of my neighbors. Maybe I'm even more crazy?

                  (I just found out on Sunday that my wife never heard of Meatloaf! :eek

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                  • #10
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                    I think you are completely normal. After all, this i why I ripped everything i own to my server. In my house my kids, the missus, and I listen to foobar set to random all weekend long-the site of my 2 and 6 year rocking out to "Managua, Nicaragua" and then bounce around to "SuperBass" is one of the greatest moments I know

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                    • #11
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                      Maybe you need eclectro-shock therapy! (not a typo)

                      Jeff, there might be many here among us who do this. I might run with Robin Trower or Triumvirat, then some Haydn piano or Mascagni, then some Stacey Kent, Tim Weisberg, Nektar, Red Headed Stranger by Willie Nelson, film music by Jerry Goldsmith or Bernard Herrmann, Grandes Heures Liturgique from Notre Dame, Mass by Bernstein, back to the Doors or Iron Butterfly, on and on...

                      John

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                        I'd like to have a copy of that head east.

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                          btw....you made need psychotherapy, but not because of the music...lol.

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                            Originally posted by bark424 View Post
                            I'd like to have a copy of that head east.
                            Pick up a copy of Flat as a Pancake too while you are at it!

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                              Well, if Jeff B listens to such an eclectic mix, it must be OK. Thank you Jeff. I am now validated in my bizarre collection of music. And the more I listen to different music, the more eclectic my collection becomes. And I men that in a good way!!!!
                              Mike
                              "We're speaker geeks, not speaker nerds. Nerds make money!" Marty H
                              Bismarck, North Dakota
                              My Current System: HiFiMe DIY T3 Amp, Kenwood Basic C1 Preamp, and Paul Carmody Sunflowers
                              My Garage System TPS3116D2 Amp, DIY PS 95 Speakers, DC 130 Sub

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