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  • Synthesizer innovator Moog dies at 71

    Everyone please stand and bow your heads for a moment of Low Frequency Oscillation.

    RALEIGH, North Carolina (AP) -- Robert A. Moog, whose self-named synthesizers turned electric currents into sound and opened the musical wave that became electronica, has died. He was 71.
    Damn these electric sex pants!

    26+31+34+42+44+46+64+67+82+06 = 10

    Bring back the death penalty for corporations!

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    Originally posted by dredbyrd@Aug 22 2005, 09:48 AM
    Everyone please stand and bow your heads for a moment of Low Frequency Oscillation.

    RALEIGH, North Carolina (AP) -- Robert A. Moog, whose self-named synthesizers turned electric currents into sound and opened the musical wave that became electronica, has died. He was 71.
    somewhere Keith Emerson and the members of Stereolab are weeping.

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      I had a moog synthesizer in the seventies for a while. On the third cut of my Gibraltar album, "Reason to Be", I hold a low "A" and turn a knob which causes the note to cover about five octaves while a repeating guitar lick is played and the drums and bass come in. I gave a copy to Skippy, in hopes that it would somehow be used as bumper music somewhere some day----right after I made disparaging remarks about Nascar.

      I hated "Lucky Man". Both because of the shitty music, and because of my service in Vietnam.
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