Yet another instance of irony.


So I have a fair amount of good stuff on my comp thanks to NITK’s LAN. But if you have 10 GB of music, you surely cannot listen to everything regularly. I wanted to see what I’d been missing out on, and so was playing the least/never-played music.

Turned out, some of the files were badly-recorded or corrupted or whatever, that they sounded like pure cacophony. I didn’t really give it much of a thought; I was absorbed in doing something else. Except for one track that really drove me nuts so much that I started making mistakes in my code, grew irritable and snapped at others. I paused whatever I was doing and shift-deleted it.

Why does this non-event merit a post?

Because the song in question was Indian Ocean’s Inner Peace.

About wanderlust

just your average books-and-music person who wants to change the world.
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6 Responses to Yet another instance of irony.

  1. Shreevatsa says:

    LOL.
    It’s reminiscent of the Cheese Shop Sketch; everyone thinks something like “I am one who delights in all manifestations of the Terpsichorean muse” until it gets to him/her.

    so much that I started making mistakes in my code
    That is very impressive, actually! I don’t recall ever writing a program that worked correctly the first time.

    And thanks for another genuine instance of irony; no one ever knows what to expect these days. 🙂

  2. wanderlust says:

    mistakes in my code… it should have been ‘rather obvious lexical errors in my code which i normally don’t make’.
    As for Inner Peace, the song by itself is a delight to hear, but the audio quality was despicable to say the least.

  3. Logik says:

    And why is their “Torrent” not available for free download?…

  4. Arjun says:

    Why’re you coding at home?

  5. wanderlust says:

    coz otherwise i have no time to try out cool stuff like Google App Engine or Android.

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