1. U2 - The First Time

    Zooropa is the best thing U2 ever did
  2. Originally posted by LikeASong:I've been suffering from severe otitis in my right ear since Saturday and I haven't been able to listen to any music, the doctor banned it... I think I hadn't been this long without listening to any music since I was born. Feels odd, but somewhat refreshing at the same time
    I've sent my medical prescriptions to hell and started listening to The Cranberries' Ode To My Family.

    Now my otitis has gone worse and on top of that I'm fucking crying.
    ASASKJHDAJSKJKHSDLJKHAD
  3. damn, sergio hope your ear is gonna get better soon!

  4. Thanks Jana Got much less pain today, anti-inflammatory and acetylcysteine are properly doing their job and now at least I can avoid screaming in pain when anything lightly grazes my ear!

    Still have my right ear totally muffled. I have tried light music at low volumes with big headphones and I can only hear through my left ear, which is hilarious. I'm gonna try some Beatles and Floyd later, should be hilarious to miss a 50% of all that stereo panning greatness
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  6. Originally posted by LikeASong:[..]
    Thanks Jana Got much less pain today, anti-inflammatory and acetylcysteine are properly doing their job and now at least I can avoid screaming in pain when anything lightly grazes my ear!

    Still have my right ear totally muffled. I have tried light music at low volumes with big headphones and I can only hear through my left ear, which is hilarious. I'm gonna try some Beatles and Floyd later, should be hilarious to miss a 50% of all that stereo panning greatness
    when I know PF are doing many stereophonic effects and there go totally different things to left and right...
    Maybe try to listen to it twice with different part (once left and then right) to have it complete in your head
  7. Originally posted by Alvin:[..]
    when I know PF are doing many stereophonic effects and there go totally different things to left and right...
    Maybe try to listen to it twice with different part (once left and then right) to have it complete in your head
    Yeah, I might be listening switching my headphones midway through the songs so I get 50% of each channel

    Sad but true - I'm listening to the life in mono at the moment!