The Treehouse + The Cave

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Wednesday, December 27, 2006

These Things Make the Mind-meld

Got a pair of these from my parents, and can't say enough. They sound perfect. They're mind-altering. Music I know filter-to-fade sounds brand new. And the world disappears. Really, they're gone. Rode on four different lines today, never heard a squeal or door's clack-hiss. Not an asshole. Not a pack of Pepsi-chugging pre-teens. These things make the mind-meld between iPod and brain so-often-discussed, a reality. A fact. It might as well be in my head. An implanted defensive weapon soundtrack.

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