Here I collect my favourite soundtracks. The entries come in no particular order. The list is not final, it will be extended over time.
- Mortal Kombat (half of the songs are metal that I don’t like but the other half is techno) [sample: Control]
- Hackers (orgasm for the ears :)) [sample: Cowgirl]
- Tron 2 [full soundtrack]
- Lola rennt (English title: Run Lola Run) [sample: Running One]
- The Matrix
- Quentin Tarantino’s movies (not techno but he has a good taste for choosing songs)
- Requiem for a Dream [theme song]
Meet the musical side of Lord Raiden:
Ewan Dobson – Time 2
“EasyTAG is a utility for viewing and editing tags for MP3, MP2, MP4/AAC, FLAC, Ogg Vorbis, MusePack, Monkey’s Audio and WavPack files. Its simple and nice GTK+ interface makes tagging easier under GNU/Linux or Windows.” (source)
sudo apt-get install easytag
With EasyTAG you can process your mp3 files in batch mode. For instance, you can set the album name for several files with just one click.
Tip: if you want to edit the MP3s in the current directory, launch the application with “
The Force is strong with this floppy:
I found this video in this post (follow this link for more videos).
Did you have a Commodore 64 when you were a child? Do you miss those good old times? Then Slay Radio is for you!
“SLAY Radio is an internet-based radio station, transmitting from Gothenburg (Göteborg) in Sweden and relaying to several other relays. Normally, it automatically plays from its internal playlist of Commodore 64 remixes that have mainly come from R:K:O [see A.1.2] and the commercial CDs at C64Audio.com [see A.1.3].” (from the FAQ)
Play Slay Radio from the Desktop
- visit http://www.slayradio.org
- right click on Broadband (top left corner), and save the file
listen.m3uwill appear on your desktop. Launch it with a double click.
- To customize which application should open it: right click on
listen.m3u, Properties, Open With tab, and select your favorite media player.
For this you will have to create an account on Last.fm but it’s free. If you listen to Last.fm via their website, you can listen up to 30 songs for free, then you will have to pay a monthly fee. So I recommend using Fire.fm instead.