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Charlton Heston's "The Bible Code"
« on: January 26, 2004, 11:47:42 AM »
Has anyone seen this? If so, what aspects of the Bible does it look at. I'd like to check it out if it's about parts I want to learn more about.

Most hip-hop is now keyboard driven, because the majority of hip-hop workstations have loops and patches that enable somebody with marginal skills to put tracks together,...

Unfortunately, most hip-hop artists gravitated towards the path of least resistance by relying on these pre-set patches. As a result, electric guitar and real musicians became devalued, and a lot of hip-hop now sounds the same.

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Re:Charlton Heston's "The Bible Code"
« Reply #1 on: January 31, 2004, 10:47:57 PM »
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Most hip-hop is now keyboard driven, because the majority of hip-hop workstations have loops and patches that enable somebody with marginal skills to put tracks together,...

Unfortunately, most hip-hop artists gravitated towards the path of least resistance by relying on these pre-set patches. As a result, electric guitar and real musicians became devalued, and a lot of hip-hop now sounds the same.

Paris
 

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Re:Charlton Heston's "The Bible Code"
« Reply #2 on: February 01, 2004, 12:29:13 AM »
wait is charleton heston the NRA president.
 

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Re:Charlton Heston's "The Bible Code"
« Reply #3 on: February 01, 2004, 01:46:15 PM »
wait is charleton heston the NRA president.

Yes.

Most hip-hop is now keyboard driven, because the majority of hip-hop workstations have loops and patches that enable somebody with marginal skills to put tracks together,...

Unfortunately, most hip-hop artists gravitated towards the path of least resistance by relying on these pre-set patches. As a result, electric guitar and real musicians became devalued, and a lot of hip-hop now sounds the same.

Paris