Extreme Ways by Moby from the album “18” 2002 (info about album from en.wikipedia.org) God, I love this song! I remembering hearing it as a kid, and loving every second of it! It starts with a very cool synthesizer, and then transforms into a great Electronic Dance piece. The chorus is also very catchy, and will have you singing along in no time! I highly recommend this awesome piece of music to everybody. Tell me what you think about it in the comments section below.
Happy Listening 😀
Hello fellow food lovers! It’s Friday, and you know what that means! Yes, it time for us to explore another tasty dessert from around the world. I hope you guys are hungry, because we are about to go on a fantastic food adventure!
Jalebi: Jalebi is a very interesting looking dessert that is quite popular in the Middle East, parts of Africa, and South Asia. (en.wikipedia.org) It’s created by deep frying a type of wheat flour batter called maida in pretzel or circular shapes, which are then submerged in a delicious sugar syrup. (en.wikipedia.org) They can be served warm or cold, and lime juice is sometimes added to the syrup. (en.wikipedia.org) Sounds delicious doesn’t it? 😀
777 by William Orbit from the album “Strange Cargo 2” 1990 (info about album from en.wikipedia.org) Ah yes, the awesome Electronic musician, William Orbit. I have been listening to his music for as long as I can remember. This happens to be one of my favorite pieces from the album. It starts with some creepy vocals, and then it transforms into a very dynamic Electronic piece that sounds like what would be played in a jungle. The brilliant use of tribal drums and animal-like noises hold this amazing piece together. I highly recommend this dynamic piece to absolutely everyone. Tell me what you think in the comments section below.
Happy Listening 😀
Disclaimer: This post contains the discussion of alcoholic beverages and is intended for mature audiences or people of the legal drinking age. However, you’re more than welcome to read it if you are underaged, just remember not to make any of them!
Hello fellow mixologists! It’s Thursday, and you know what that means! It’s time for me to share some cool alcoholic drinks with you awesome people! So grab your favorite shot glass, and let’s get started!
- Slice and Dice! Z-Saber (Megaman X Cocktail) (drink from thedrunkenmoogle.com)
- .5 oz Vodka
- .5 oz Gin
- .5 oz White tequila
- .5 oz Triple sec
- .5 oz Melon liqueur
- Lemon-lime soda
Directions: Mix all alcoholic ingredients and add to a highball glass over ice. Fill with sprite, charge, and serve.
- Bomb Mouse! Bombchu (Legend of Zelda Cocktail) (drink from thedrunkenmoogle.com)
- 1 shot Blue curaçao
- 1 shot Blueberry Vodka
- 1 serving Red Bull
Directions: Pour the Red Bull into a tall glass, the mix in the Blueberry Vodka. Pour a shot of Blue Curacao in a separate glass. When you ready, drop the shot in the tall glass and drink quickly.
Gimme Shelter by The Rolling Stones from the album “Let It Bleed” 1969 (info about album from en.wikipedia.org) Are you guys ready for an absolutely fantastic song. I sure hope so! This song is amazing in every way possible! You start with an awesome guitar solo, and then it transforms into an absolutely epic song filled with great vocals and a perfect Rock sound. I can’t give this piece enough praise, so be sure to tell me what you think about it in the comments section below.
Happy Listening 😀
Konichiwa everyone! It’s Wednesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take another look at the awesome mythical beasts of Japan. I hope you guys will enjoy this interesting post. I’m open to any suggestions, so be sure to tell me what you think in the comments section below. Now, let’s go on journey to “The Land of the Rising Sun.”
- Cyclops! The Hitotsume kozo is a very strange, but cute creature of Japanese mythology. They are about the size of a small child, and have one gigantic eye, as well as, a long red tongue. (yokai.com) Thankfull, despite scaring people, they aren’t dangerous to humans, and seem to appear on various dates throughout the year. (yokai.com) The Hitotsume kozo is said to appear in East Japan on December 8th to judge the fortunes of bad families for the upcoming year. (yokai.com) They then take their findings to the god of bad luck to bring unlucky events to said family. (yokai.com) So make sure to be good to each other!
- AAAAAH! The Kerakera onna is one creepy creature of Japanese folklore. They are said to be the spirit of a dead prostitute that literally worked herself to death. (yokai.com) She now appears as a gigantic middle-aged woman in a kimono with heavy lipstick and makeup. (yokai.com) If a man unfortunately walks down a street haunted by one of these creatures, he gets a huge shock. (yokai.com) The yokai lets out a horrible laugh, which causes a meek man to faint on the spot! (yokai.com) Those who don’t get scared by this are driven insane! (yokai.com)
Before I start this post, I just wanted to apologize for not posting anything last Tuesday. I was feeling under the weather, and didn’t want to give you guys a half- baked post. Any how, I hope that you guys are ready for another strange and wonderful musical instrument. Now, let’s get started! 😀
String Thingy! The Bazantar is a very strange musical instrument that was created by Mark Deutsch. (oddmusic.com) It basically is an acoustic bass on steroids! (oddmusic.com) It has aside from the original 5 strings, 29 sympathetic strings and 4 tone strings. (oddmusic.com) The Bazantar also posses a range of 5 whopping octaves! (oddmusic.com) It is said to sound unlike any other instrument. (oddmusic.com)