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Alexxus

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About Alexxus

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  • Birthday 29/04/1969

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    Romania
  • Real Name
    Eddie

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  • Digital Source 1
    Musical Fidelity A5
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    Foobar2k
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    NuPrime DAC-10H
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    NuPrime DAC-10H
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    NuPrime ST-10
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    Spendor S5e
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    Sennheiser HD580/Focal Elear
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    I am not in the Hi-Fi trade

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  1. Youth & Gaudi - Astronaut Alchemists Remixes
  2. Con Brio - Explorer A bit of this an' that. Funk, mostly.
  3. Rage Against The Machine - Rage Against The Machine This is quite fun listening to. Especially since I'm at work.
  4. I have to give this a listen, it's been years since I last played it. I used to love it back in the '80s
  5. I'm watching on Stingray's iConcerts channel on TV Led Zeppelin - The Song Remains The Same, a 1976 film. Top quality music and performance. I'm an '80s kid, but rock music was at its highest at the end of the 60s and in the 70s. Couple classes over everything that was put out afterwards. IMO an' all that.
  6. This is the "Thriller" equivalent for Lionel Ritchie, IMO. Brilliant album. Now listening to Hallucinogen - The Lone Deranger, having been reminded of it by earlier posts on this thread Back in the very early '00s I had an obsession for all things Simon Posford, although I have never been much of a rave or psychedelic head before that, and not even afterwards. But I did like his stuff in his many impersonations, projects, whatever you care to call them. Quite a few brilliant albums there. That opened me to other good stuff, the type of Ozric Tentacles'. There's a lot of r
  7. This is the "Thriller" equivalent for Lionel Ritchie, IMO. Brilliant album. Now listening to Hallucinogen - The Lone Deranger, having been reminded of it by earlier posts on this thread Back in the very early '00s I had an obsession for all things Simon Posford, although I have never been much of a rave or psychedelic head before that, and not even afterwards. But I did like his stuff in his many impersonations, projects, whatever you care to call them. Quite a few brilliant albums there. That opened me to other good stuff, the type of Ozric Tentacles'. There's a lot of r
  8. dZihan & Kamien - Freaks & Icons
  9. Havta check it out. For some unknown reason, I never got around to look into their music in more depth. Which is strange, because I seem to remember I liked whatever tunes I heard of theirs way back when.
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