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Optimace - The Future Is Not What It Used To Be / No 1 album mp3
Title:
The Future Is Not What It Used To Be / No 1
Performer:
Optimace
Style:
Breaks, Downtempo, Hip Hop, Experimental, Glitch, Abstract, Instrumental
Released:
FLAC album size:
1638 mb
Other formats:
AC3 AU WAV ADX FLAC ASF MIDI
Genre:
Rating:
4.1 ✪

The Future is Not What it Used to Be (Part 1). Fremdtunes - The Series 1. More OptiMace. Listen to Used Future now. Listen to Used Future in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

The future, like everything else, is no longer quite what it used to be. By that I mean we can no longer think of it with any confidence in our inductions. The above Valéry citation is listed in the important reference The Dictionary of Modern Proverbs from Yale University Press. In 1939 an article in The Journal of Philosophy discussed perceptions of the future. If the cost-of-living continues to rise, a dollar saved may well he another 50c lost. With this thought in mind, it’s easy to see that the future is no longer what it used to be. In 1962 Abram L. Sachar, president of Brandeis University, presented a talk with a title based on the expression: 6. His talk, The Future Is Not What it Used to Be, will be the first program in the 15th annual forum series sponsored by the temple Men’s club.

The sound is not anywhere close to the old group. I bought this out of hope that they were at least trying to recreate the band and sound, but I am very disappointed. Nice of them to try to go out and turn the make money machine, I guess, but this is not the sound we loved. The songs are ok, but nothing special here, cannot recommend it to a real Guess Who fan.

The band is Garry Peterson (drums, vocals), D (lead vocals, guitar, piano), Will E. (guitar, harp, vocals), Leonard Shaw (keyboards, flute, sax, vocals), and Rudy Sarzo (bass, vocals)

And that’s the aim of several companies which seek to build the first brain, computer middleware. These middleware will enable developers to build applications on top of them. Application Layer: reading, interpreting and sending back data are what will enable us to develop real applications.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A From Lizzie With Love (Big Mister Doom Remix)
Remix – Big Mister Doom
B1 Little Nemo In Slumberland (Krsur Remix)
Remix – Krsur
B2 The Ultimate Rhtyhm Machine (Illy Symphony Remix)
Remix – Illy Symphony

Credits

  • Design – Mister Adam
  • Mastered By – Budy Mokoginta

Notes

Every sleeve is differently handsprayed and with sticker differently placed.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 978-94-90849-08-5