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Reply #30 posted 09/20/22 6:19pm

nosajd

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paisleyparkgirl said:



GustavoRibas said:




paisleyparkgirl said:





I'm in the Dominican Republic and GB is on spotify here.



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Ahhhh, so it´s a Brazil thing indeed. Don´t know why it happens, because even C-Note is available here.


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BTW, I am doing a search here and I found some stuff that I didnt find before, like Mavis Staples, Martika. I didnt find Madhouse, Original 7ven Condensate, Bria Valente´s Elixir, Mayte´s Children of the Sun. Is it available for you?





No they aren't available for me.


You should be able to find most of it on YouTube
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Reply #31 posted 09/20/22 6:47pm

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paisleyparkgirl said:

Is Goldnigga worth listening to ?

It's the only NPG album I haven't checked out yet.

It's the smoothest NPG record.

Avoided it for a bit because it seemed like it was gonna be The Tony M. Experience, which it kind of is, but it's got this smooth jazzy chill late night vibe that actually enhances / perhaps validates the Tony.

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Reply #32 posted 09/20/22 7:00pm

nosajd

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WhisperingDandelions said:



paisleyparkgirl said:


Is Goldnigga worth listening to ?



It's the only NPG album I haven't checked out yet.



It's the smoothest NPG record.

Avoided it for a bit because it seemed like it was gonna be The Tony M. Experience, which it kind of is, but it's got this smooth jazzy chill late night vibe that actually enhances / perhaps validates the Tony.


I would agree that it almost validates Tony M
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Reply #33 posted 09/20/22 7:38pm

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WhisperingDandelions said:



paisleyparkgirl said:


Is Goldnigga worth listening to ?



It's the only NPG album I haven't checked out yet.



It's the smoothest NPG record.

Avoided it for a bit because it seemed like it was gonna be The Tony M. Experience, which it kind of is, but it's got this smooth jazzy chill late night vibe that actually enhances / perhaps validates the Tony.



I wouldn't go that far but I do think Black MF in the House, which was originally a P beside, is worth the price of admission.
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Reply #34 posted 09/21/22 1:33pm

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nosajd said:

paisleyparkgirl said:

No they aren't available for me.

You should be able to find most of it on YouTube

You can and specifically on my YouTube channel.

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Reply #35 posted 09/21/22 2:11pm

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GustavoRibas said:

paisleyparkgirl said:

I'm in the Dominican Republic and GB is on spotify here.

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Ahhhh, so it´s a Brazil thing indeed. Don´t know why it happens, because even C-Note is available here.

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BTW, I am doing a search here and I found some stuff that I didnt find before, like Mavis Staples, Martika. I didnt find Madhouse, Original 7ven Condensate, Bria Valente´s Elixir, Mayte´s Children of the Sun. Is it available for you?

Grafitti Bridge used to be in Brazil's streaming services around 2020 (around the time when SOTT SDE was released) but it got removed later.

I think a local recording company has probably claimed the rights to one (or more) of the songs in GB, blocking the album to appear on streaming. Considering the multi-artist nature of the album, it's very possible that one of the songs had either appeared on another compilation or had their parent album released by a different label here.

This is exactly why Dannii Minogue's first two albums aren't available today for streaming in Brazil - their rights belong with obscure labels.

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Reply #36 posted 09/21/22 2:29pm

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Most local libraries have copies of Prince's movies.

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Reply #37 posted 09/21/22 5:21pm

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Most local libraries have copies of Prince's movies.




The soundtrack, ya goofball.
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Reply #38 posted 09/22/22 4:36pm

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LoveGalore said:

heartpeacesheart said:

Most local libraries have copies of Prince's movies.

The soundtrack, ya goofball.

Why can't you just listen to the movie without watching it? We used to rip the sounds out of youtube videos all the time I mean i heard that people do that.

Don't you know the sound track isn't just the songs on the record that you heard on the radio?

That's right it's all about Foley. It's all about the sounds in between scenes and they are a lot of times better than the record. It's like the clarinet sound in Te Amo Corazon.

Just say you don't have access to a library.

And besides knucklehead, read what you wrote.

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