- Joined on March 18, 2012
H̗͖̹̘̮o̡͕̼͖̖w̥̼̤͔ͅ ̧͚͍̳̭I̡͈̭̣̰ ̧̟̥̳̘u̙̰̥͜ͅs̩̖̼͙͜e̘͍͙̣̹ ̢̧͙͇̤ţ̩̭͓̠ẖ͈̲̪͙ȩ̭̖̦̭ ̨̳̤̗̩r͙̣̞̹̱a̮̮̭̻͍t̨̹͙̝̯ị̠̟̳͜n̠̬̻̙̮g̼̜͙̗͍ ̻̠͙̞̖s̪͕̬̦̮y̫͖͕̖͕ş͎̱̼̫t̡̨͇͔͜ȩ̡̟̮͉m̯͍̱͈̣
★★★★★ 5.0: Masterwork (kept in list)
★★★★☆ 4.5: Notable records (kept in list)
★★★★☆ 4.0: Excellent
★★★☆☆ 3.0: OK but not that good
★★☆☆☆ 2.0: For curious ears, historians or completists only (not my cup of tea)
★☆☆☆☆ 1.1: Utter crap, to be avoided
★☆☆☆☆ 1.0: My "pile o' trash" (kept in a private list)
All rattings are based on my own twisted musical tastes. :-)
Q̧̥̖̥̮ṵ̖̝̘ͅe̡̙̹̹ͅs͎̞͉͎̭ţ̺̰͇̖i̢̞̪̝̠o̳͕̮͎̲n̡̠̝̣̮s͍̗͍̟ͅ ̨̨̲͚̗a̢̮̰̱͚n͖͎̠̲̖d͙̙̗̱ͅ ̫͎̩̦͎r̘̯͖̫͙e͖̼̺͓͖m̤̱̥̰̩a̢̯̥̥̘r̯̞̠͉͍ḳ̨͙͜͜s̘͎̱͖̦ ̧͍͇̼̞ą͈̱̠ͅn̗̠͍͜͜s̝̦̮̮͙w̥͍̰͔͜e̝̞̻̻ͅr̺͖̺͕̬e̯̦͍̦ͅḑ̱̲̙̲
① I use Discogs to keep track of what I listen to from public libraries and friends collections, I'm not using the market place, so please, do not ask me to sell, buy or trade.
② I found no convenient way to type the various copyright symbols in my submissions, the consequence is that I will only enter ASCII approximations of those instead. Anyone able to explain how to define new compose sequences through the undecypherable xkb configuration files will be welcome to do so.