10th Anniversary digital file version of the 2003 custom-programmed cartridge single for the Atari 2600. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
With 'Weapons of Past Distractions' I wanted to try to capture that life lesson in song with a bombastic drum and bass track that pushed the limits of the Atari 2600. The 10 year anniversary of this project is coming up; time for a proper release. This 'Digital Album' presents '.
Weapons of Mass Distortion: The Coming Meltdown of the Liberal Media is a book by L. Brent Bozell III, criticizing and documenting what Bozell described as the American news media's "liberal media bias. Bozell presents the argument that the "Liberal Media" will soon collapse on itself, due to their own refusal to admit their faults and bias. As the cycle continues, the possibility for them to recover from previous grievances becomes less likely.
1 Weapons Of Past Distractions 5:59. Written-By – Thom Uliasz. 10th Anniversary digital file version of the 2003 custom-programmed cartridge single for the Atari 2600. Weapons Of Past Burnkit2600 Distractions (File, MP3, 320). Not On Label (Burnkit2600 Self-released). Category Country Year.
Burnkit2600 has carved a niche for itself in the circuit-bending and 8-bit music underground by combining the worlds of noise music and freeform electronic jams with electro-pop sensibilities.
Weapons of Mass Destruction (album). Weapons of Mass Destruction is the fifth studio album by American rapper Xzibit. It was released on December 14, 2004 by Open Bar Entertainment, Columbia Records and Sony BMG. The album debuted at number 43 on the Billboard 200 with approximately 81,000 copies sold in the first week released. The album has sold approximately 283,000 copies as of October 2006 according to Nielsen Soundscan.
28 October 2015 ·. Locals - celebrate Halloween with us down at Billy Beans! We've got a set of horror movie styled beats and there's plenty of hip-hop on the bill all night. 14 October 2015 ·. This Saturday!
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