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23 Responses to “Blondie's "Heart of Glass" time-stretched into 30 minutes”

  1. Jeff Scherr says:

    Voila! Instant David Lynch film.

  2. I had fun with time stretching this weekend. Here’s Yakety Sax/Trombone/Tuba/FogHorn/Vader
    https://soundcloud.com/amanicdroid/yakety-sax-tuba-foghorn-vader
    An easy effect and well-known due to Inception but the results are often surprisingly different for the same piece at different speeds and worth time spent playing around.

  3. fractos says:

    Next time I’m in my 20′s and taking drugs, this will be on my preferred shag tape.

  4. Wisconsin Platt says:

    Oddly calming.  Like one of those”nature sound” generators for background noise.

  5. Alex says:

    This is almost exactly like that cock-rock ambient mix that surfaced a couple months ago. Pretty sure it was posted on the Boing. Loving this Blondie thing, though. Delicious noise.

  6. Scott Turner says:

    These days on YouTube it takes 30 minutes to listen to the original.

  7. nem0fazer says:

    Finally I like Blondie!

  8. neko says:

    So the slowed-down pop thing has been done. How does sped-up ambient/post-rock sound?

  9. gamophyte says:

    I use http://sourceforge.net/projects/hypermammut/files/paulstretch/
    I’ve had so much fun trying different songs, the beat always like breathing. It’s awesome meditation music. Also yeah, ambient music.

  10. Tim Drage says:

    For a less meme-y weird take on this song try DHR genius Shizuo (RIP)’s somewhat uncharacteristic track “Blondo” from Shizuo vs Shizor:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDYE_1F_DRQ

  11. IronEdithKidd says:

    BRB-  Have the sudden urge to go listen to a bunch of Soul Whirling Somewhere and Dead Can Dance.

  12. Antinous / Moderator says:

    Needs more Paula Deen.

  13. Ron Kuhlmeier says:

    Sigur Ros covers Blondie?

  14.  That right there is very much the stuff of nightmares.

  15. Alden says:

    I like how their time stretched version of the Doctor Who theme sounds like the sort of incidental music Doctor Who used back then!

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