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lordtobi

Your Bricks Are Toast

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Please login or register to see this link.  is the newest asset that was dug up - in decent quality. It was originally credited as "The Brickster", composed by Bob Conlon, performed by Decal. -> Please login or register to see this link.

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Good quality, yay!

I can't wait for the day we get high quality of the rest.

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Nice - the quality is terrific! I won't mishear that part as "Brickster toes" anymore either!

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nice! I always thought this song sounded like something out of a really bad attempt at a LEGO tony hawk game.

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Wow, the difference is like night and day... except that it's always a perfect, sunny day on the island. Good work.

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Awwww yeah, high quality gargling.

 

Also, side note - here's another song by Decal, it's pretty catchy:

 

 

Noghiri tracked down a physical copy of the album that's from a while back too.

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Where was this dug up from then? :o

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2 hours ago, mumboking said:

Where was this dug up from then? :o

 

Bob Conlon, writer, singer and guitarist of Decal.

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This is awesome. I always thought this song reminded me a lot of Green Day

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On May 2, 2016 at 3:17 PM, Xiron said:

Good quality, yay!

I can't wait for the day we get high quality of the rest.

 

I can't wait either.  I want to hear the LEGO Island version of "Lucky You" in Stereo like this recording is.  

 

However, we probably won't hear the true HQ versions of Lorin Nelson's work - he mentioned in the comments section on a YouTube video of one of the songs that the master tapes (8tracks) were on his boathouse (at the time) that unfortunately found its true home in the Pacific Ocean... off of the coast of Sausalito, California.   

 

Heartbreaking... "Park Theme" will never be heard in its true HQ form.  Well, any of his work unfortunately.  Unless some of it (whether it be Mono or Stereo - excluding the alternate Jail Theme at 22kHz) is still buried in the .SI files that haven't been unpackaged yet, we will never know.

 

In a way, we are lucky that this was even found.   A great find indeed :)

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13 minutes ago, TheLEGOSheldonCooper said:

the master tapes (8tracks) were on his boathouse (at the time) that unfortunately found its true home in the Pacific Ocean... off of the coast of Sausalito, California.   

Who wants to go on a deep dive treasure hunt? :af:

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17 minutes ago, Xiron said:

Who wants to go on a deep dive treasure hunt? :af:

I'm not sure what salt water would do to magnetic tape. :|

EDIT: From what I can tell by reading this: Please login or register to see this link. , not good stuff...

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7 minutes ago, mumboking said:

I'm not sure what salt water would do to magnetic tape. :|

Make it salty, naturally. Don't worry if you can't handle the salty overdose, we'll just stick it in some non-salty water along with some potato peels to help rid of the salt.

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1 hour ago, TheLEGOSheldonCooper said:

the master tapes (8tracks)

Hi. Just posting to say this is amazing.

 

Thank you.

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