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Francisco Fanon
#1 por Francisco Fanon el 10/08/2013
antes que uds los rockeros y los del heavy metal cambién el canal...y paren de mirar jojojo.....
#2 por undercore el 11/08/2013
Pensado's place es un clásico de youtube
Francisco Fanon
#3 por Francisco Fanon el 11/08/2013
soy solo yo....o hay problemas para cargar los videos de youtube?
Francisco Fanon
#4 por Francisco Fanon el 11/08/2013

Si gracias a el hay cantidad de tutoriales sobre como sacar el mejor sonido posible a una mezcla ITB.Además el tipo no es para nada esquemático ni rígido de ideas.Es muy creativo y gracioso este senor.Yo me estudio sus videos la verdad...

#5 por 4 el 12/08/2013
Este tipo tiene la misma voz que William S. Burroughs.. el novelista..

edit- mejor dicho parecida
Francisco Fanon
#6 por Francisco Fanon el 12/08/2013

Es eso un trailer para una novela?Porque de ser así que bien que está eh....
#7 por 4 el 12/08/2013
Es para una cancion:

Alguien escribió:
Burroughs appears on the cover of The Beatles' eighth studio album, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Burroughs participated on numerous album releases by Giorno Poetry Systems, including The Nova Convention (featuring Frank Zappa, John Cage, and Philip Glass) and You're the Guy I Want to Share My Money With (with John Giorno and Laurie Anderson). He is featured in a spoken word piece entitled "Sharkey's Night" on Laurie Anderson's album Mister Heartbreak. In addition, Burroughs provided vocal samples for the soundtrack of Anderson's 1986 concert film, Home of the Brave, and made a cameo appearance in it. He also recites the lyrics of R.E.M.'s "Star Me Kitten" for a special version of the song on the Songs in the Key of X: Music from and Inspired by the X-Files soundtrack.
In 1990, Island Records released Dead City Radio, a collection of readings set to a broad range of musical compositions. It was produced by Hal Willner and Nelson Lyon, with musical accompaniment from John Cale, Donald Fagen, Lenny Pickett, Chris Stein, Sonic Youth, and others. The remastered edition of Sonic Youth's album Goo includes a longer version of "Dr. Benway's House", which had appeared, in shorter form, on Dead City Radio.
In 1992 he recorded "Quick Fix" with Ministry, which appeared on their single for "Just One Fix". The single featured cover art by Burroughs and a remix of the song dubbed the "W.S.B. mix". Burroughs also made an appearance in the video for "Just One Fix". The same year he also recorded the EP The "Priest" They Called Him; Burroughs reads the short story of the same name, while Kurt Cobain creates layers of guitar feedback and distortion. Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic is featured on the cover as the titular "Priest". In 1992 Burroughs worked with The Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy on Spare Ass Annie and Other Tales, with the duo providing musical background and accompaniment to Burroughs's spoken readings from several of his books.
Burroughs appears near the end of U2's music video "Last Night on Earth", pushing a shopping cart with a large spotlight positioned inside it. The video ends with a close up of his eyes.
In 2000, Spring Heel Jack released the album Oddities, on which appears the band's remix of Material's Road to the Western Lands, featuring Burroughs, a remix which had originally appeared on the remix album Seven Souls.
Burroughs is featured on the 2000 compilation tribute album, Stoned Immaculate, on a track that pairs Jim Morrison yelping and groaning with Burroughs reading Morrison's poetry. The music was recorded by the surviving Doors members in 2000 specifically for this album
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