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FLOW by Dub FX feat. Woodnote

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FLOW by Dub FX feat. Woodnote

I’m a new Fan! Amazing!

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December 30, 2009 at 6:09 am Leave a comment

SOUNDTRIP! From my Park Days Playlist, TOP 5

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This will be something new to share every week. SOUNDTRIP! TOP 5 Songs for the week from my personal library and from the music libraries of awesome DJs!

The lists will not necessarily be club hits or set lists, but will be a reflection of state of minds, passions, addictions, obsessions, and highlights of certain times in our lives.

So here is my first SOUNDTRIP list, not in any particular order.

1. Better Off this Way by Maroon 5

Enjoy the SOUNDTRIP!

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December 30, 2009 at 5:28 am Leave a comment

Looking Back on a Prediction from the Oracle. STAND YOUR GROUND KID, It’s 2010!

Subscribe to Passion Pride Family by Email THE ORACLE SAYS IT’S BACK TO THE 90s KIDS. The decade where in people, my generation, felt unstoppable. The age of the SNES, where Super Mario was born, The Legend of Zelda began, Final Fantasy had it’s first, and Castlevania did a Transylvania. <center>Photo taken from http://trendhunter.com Photo taken from http://trendhunter.com</center><!– more –> The music was and still is incredible. The evidence comes in the form of you still having your album of ULTRAELECTROMAGNETICPOP somewhere in a hidden stash or electronically converted to your ipod forever to be repeated. It was the decade when Rico Blanco and Bamboo still played on the same stage and Himala was playing loud enough that the whole neighborhood would feel it. <center> </center> It was the decade when almost everyone had, or borrowed a Tamagochi and a Tetris. MIRC was WICKED and Eye Ball Meet Ups were AWESOME! (cue air guitar) <center><div class=”separator” style=”clear: both; text-align: center;”> </div> Photo taken from http://akihabaranews.com <div class=”separator” style=”clear: both; text-align: center;”> </div> Photo taken from http://mirc.com</center> We carried around our Trapper Keepers, strutted in our Dr. Marten’s, and the “Haduken” evolved into “Finish Him!”. BMX, skate boards, inline skates, and wall climbing were labeled extreme sports and the X-Games began. We waited for and watched Doogie Howser M.D., Beavis and Butthead, and Ally McBeal. In contrast, 2009 was an explosion of 80s color ways, patterns, beats, samples, and pop culture. We witnessed the death of Friendster, the decline of Multiply, and the rise and integration of social media platforms not only in our personal lives, but social media as a tool for relevance, community building, corporations and, for better or for worse, marketing and advertising. Gen X + Y, with the Trail Blazers in my Politics and Relevance Twitter List at the Vanguard, practiced social consciousness that shined through the very bad and worst times of 2009. One of the most recent black days of 2009 can be summed up with a tweet from @heyessa “The total count is 64. Remember, remember, the 23rd of November.” An 80s Hero and Revolutionary Icon falls and yet, is immortalized and emblazoned in the hearts of so many who remember and in the minds of the new recruits of the Yellow Army. My prediction for 2010 is that it will surely bring change throughout the political and social landscape of the Philippines. With the upcoming elections and the looming boiling point, we are standing on the edge and on edge. whether it will be the catalyst that we hope and yearn for or the cleaver that splits our collective, nobody knows. The 80s will bleed and blend in with the 90s and will make a comeback full force. In fashion, music, events, trends, and everything pop culture. Consciousness will step up to another level, everyone will be on a high. People will have a sense of resurrection, of being reborn. We will grasp at identities while searching for our own. One thing I know. The upcoming year is the the time to build and rebuild. It will be the time to persevere and continue our vigilance. This is our generation, we are the hammers that will forge our legacy, we look beyond 2010. And thus, I leave you with a 90s feel good VIDEO from OASIS: “Stand By Me, Nobody Knows, The Way It’s Gonna Be.” STAND YOUR GROUND KID. WE STAY HUNGRY. Subscribe to Passion Pride Family by Email Here’s to good food, fine wine, and great company! Kevin Cabanban kevincabanban@gmail.com http://www.twitter.com/KevinSteady

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December 25, 2009 at 9:22 am Leave a comment

Looking Back on a Prediction from the Oracle.

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THE ORACLE SAYS IT’S BACK TO THE 90s KIDS.

The decade where in people, my generation, felt unstoppable.

The age of the SNES, where Super Mario was born, The Legend of Zelda began, Final Fantasy had it’s first, and Castlevania did a Transylvania.

Photo taken from http://trendhunter.com

Photo taken from http://trendhunter.com

The music was and still is incredible. The evidence comes in the form of you still having your album of ULTRAELECTROMAGNETICPOP somewhere in a hidden stash or electronically converted to your ipod forever to be repeated. It was the decade when Rico Blanco and Bamboo still played on the same stage and Himala was playing loud enough that the whole neighborhood would feel it.

It was the decade when almost everyone had, or borrowed a Tamagochi and a Tetris. MIRC was WICKED and Eye Ball Meet Ups were AWESOME! (cue air guitar)

Photo taken from http://akihabaranews.com

Photo taken from http://mirc.com

We carried around our Trapper Keepers, strutted in our Dr. Marten’s, and the “Haduken” evolved into “Finish Him!”.

BMX, skate boards, inline skates, and wall climbing were labeled extreme sports and the X-Games began. We waited for and watched Doogie Howser M.D., Beavis and Butthead, and Ally McBeal.

In contrast, 2009 was an explosion of 80s color ways, patterns, beats, samples, and pop culture. We witnessed the death of Friendster, the decline of Multiply, and the rise and integration of social media platforms not only in our personal lives, but social media as a tool for relevance, community building, corporations and, for better or for worse, marketing and advertising.

Gen X + Y, with the Trail Blazers in my Politics and Relevance Twitter List at the Vanguard, practiced social consciousness that shined through the very bad and worst times of 2009.

One of the most recent black days of 2009 can be summed up with a tweet from @heyessa “The total count is 64. Remember, remember, the 23rd of November.”

An 80s Hero and Revolutionary Icon falls and yet, is immortalized and emblazoned in the hearts of so many who remember and in the minds of the new recruits of the Yellow Army.

My prediction for 2010 is that it will surely bring change throughout the political and social landscape of the Philippines. With the upcoming elections and the looming boiling point, we are standing on the edge and on edge. whether it will be the catalyst that we hope and yearn for or the cleaver that splits our collective, nobody knows.

The ORACLE says the 80s will bleed and blend in with the 90s and will make a comeback full force. In fashion, music, events, trends, and everything pop culture.

Consciousness will step up to another level, everyone will be on a high. People will have a sense of resurrection, of being reborn. We will grasp at identities while searching for our own.

One thing I know. The upcoming year is the the time to build and rebuild. It will be the time to persevere and continue our vigilance. This is our generation, we are the hammers that will forge our legacy, we look beyond 2010.

And thus, I leave you with a 90s feel good VIDEO from OASIS: “Stand By Me, Nobody Knows, The Way It’s Gonna Be.”

STAND YOUR GROUND KID. WE STAY HUNGRY.

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Here’s to good food, fine wine, and great company!

Kevin Cabanban
kevincabanban@gmail.com
http://www.twitter.com/KevinSteady

December 25, 2009 at 8:51 am Leave a comment

READ The Long View: Wander Woman by @mlq3

Nakpil concluded, “Ninoy did not die that day on that sunny Sunday afternoon in August 1983 at the Manila International Airport, for that was when he began to live forever in the hearts of his countrymen. It was Ferdinand Marcos who died that day, and he knew it.”

http://www.quezon.ph/

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December 24, 2009 at 8:21 am Leave a comment

READ The Long View: Wander Woman by @mlq3

Nakpil concluded, “Ninoy did not die that day on that sunny Sunday afternoon in August 1983 at the Manila International Airport, for that was when he began to live forever in the hearts of his countrymen. It was Ferdinand Marcos who died that day, and he knew it.”

http://www.quezon.ph/

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December 24, 2009 at 8:21 am Leave a comment

OASIS: Stand By Me

It’s Back to the 90s Kids! Where Jeremy Smells Like Teen Spirit Under the Bridge. Here’s a feel good VIDEO from OASIS: Stand By Me.

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December 20, 2009 at 5:59 am Leave a comment

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