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Thursday, 12 November 2009


“If music be the food of love, play on”
Ah, music, a wonderful thing isn't it? One of the great masteries that we humans have… mastered.. Okay, before I continue, i should point out a couple of things. First, its 1:19am in the morning, and secondly, I’m very much not an “Owl,” the only reason I’m doing this now is because i can’t sleep.
So, the reason for this was me thinking about music. I was listening to my I-pod (other MP3 players are available…) to Lacuna Coil (Other artists are available) and an image burned into my mind, or more, a scene came to mind. The scene was from, April or so I guess, and was from the game Garry’s Mod. For those of you who don't know, Garry’s Mod, or Gmod for short, is a Halflife 2 modification, that allows you to construct just about anything. I’d been using it to build space ships, complete with life support, weapon systems control systems etc, and the music I’d been listening to was Lacuna Coil.
So this got me thinking about other songs and what they reminded me of, and so it lead me back to my little blog.
Coldplay’s Viva La Vida, an album released in 2008 was the first one that crossed my mind. I got this album in mid summer of 2008. I resisted listening to the album until I went to Marsa Alam, Egypt, with Calypso Diving. However, while there i was so busy with actual diving that I didn't get a chance to listen to it until I was back in the UK. After we’d arrived back on UK soil, said our goodbyes etc, it was about 10pm at night, and i had to be in South Wales by 12 the following day, so I decided I’d just sit it out at Manchester airport and catch the first train the next morning. Cue a 5h wait at Manchester Airport…. I had actually totally forgotten about Viva La Vida at this point, and it wasn't until 4 in the morning that I remembered, and was about to begin my first leg of the return train journey. So from Manchester airport back to Cardiff (took me about another 5h as trains at 4 in the morning suck) I was listening to Viva La Vida. Now, when I go past the stations again on my way back to Yorkshire, I remember sitting on such and such a station in the misty morning on my suitcase full of dive gear, listening to the album.
I’m going to have to draw part one of my little music post to a close as it is 2 in the morning… and I’m starting to feel tired! Skipper out!

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