Friday, November 23, 2007

Saul Williams is NiggyTardust!

Saul Williams has a new album "The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of NiggyTardust!"....produced by none otha then Trent Reznor! It has a cover of U2's "Sunday Bloody Sunday" and best yet, ITS FREE! (or all but free)

By visiting The Official Order Form, you can choose to either download tha album at 192 kps for FREE, or pay a modest $5 to get it at 320 kps or FLAC lossless media (I don't know what that means exactly, sorry). From my preliminary listen, it is pretty kickass, and I'm not surprised (while the last couple NIN albums haven't blown my socks off, Trent will always be a top notch producer), n you gawta dig tha lack of mainstream marketing. It also comes w. beautifully designed liner notes in a pdf format, 33 pages of them, whether or not you pay the 5 bux.

Also available on the website is this player, which I believe will give you access to this album, as well as possible random broadcasts by NiggyTardust himself.

So what are you waitin or cheap awesome digital musick awaits!

also, ah bought this bike (it's a 2007 Brodie Dynamo. Ahm callin it tha "Dynamo Hum" from tha Frank Zappa song of tha same name, altho spelled differently):

1 comment:

Sandy said...

FLAC stands for Free Lossless Audio Codec. It's a form of compression (like mp3) that does not sacrifice any quality (not like mp3) and is open source which means that no body owns it (also not like mp3).

I think it's a dumb album title but I enjoy the tracks.

Interesting that Trent wants to move toward alternative distribution of music so he does it with someone else's work.

Keep up the biking.