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This video has now been taken down twice.
God forbid I should want to give the game free advertising, or anything.
June 05, 2009 @ 11:48 pm
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What is it?
June 21, 2009 @ 10:41 am
It was The Beatles (RockBand? Not Guitar Hero?) and YouTube has standing court orders to take Warner soundtracks off and Viacom other stuff down, so not just dropping a Bittorrent or vimeo or something is just asking for it (though…YouTube uploading isn’t dialectical in the way you’d get a tell, yet.)
So then! http://www.ask.com/web?search=search&qsrc=0&l=dis&… (That is, search videos for Rock Band Beatles …..) and also of course
http://isohunt.LSDisVIACOMisVAPO-RUB/download/9861… (usual replacement hint so’s you can make sure Tor is being served.)
Clearly, you could just mix The Decembrists in as you play Pandemonium! (PSX) through an appropriate upconverter.
Mmmmhmm, Bittorrent.com produced http://www.ask.com/web?search=search&qsrc=0&l=dis&… which isn’t at all to the point. New ‘mixes,’ tch. Better to go to the Apple store and download Yoko Ono’s stuff then get her pseudonym bits. Or, you know, attend Assembly ‘09 (a scener, youth thing!)
June 30, 2009 @ 7:38 pm
Ah. I think this is the particular art in mind; looks like the ad setup features a single score and multiple renderings. Which look quite good at the BestBuy if the clerks haven’t redacted them for advertising games set to release in SEPTEMBER. Still more substitution in case lawyers decide they’re the recovery in a ‘no’ biscuit.
For the Castaneda correspondence to go with the Beatles, everyone’s reading h+ magazine, right? Not watching MTV’s ‘16 and Pregnant’? Good then.
Steve Nordquist Where's my Illustrator Then
June 30, 2009 @ 8:28 pm
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