What Is It?

The YouTube playlist below is of the 1996 music album Tidal by the American musician Fiona Apple.


Here is how Wikipedia describes this music album:

Tidal is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Fiona Apple, released on July 23, 1996 by The WORK Group. Tidal produced six singles: “Shadowboxer”, “Slow Like Honey”, [1] “Sleep to Dream”, “The First Taste”, “Criminal” and “Never Is a Promise”. “Criminal”, the album’s most popular single, won a Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance in 1998. In 2017, Tidal got its first vinyl run as a Vinyl Me, Please exclusive “Record of the Month”.[2]

“When I did Tidal,” Apple said in 2000, “it was more for the sake of proving myself; telling people from my past something. And to also try to get friends for the future.”[13]

Tidal was received well by critics,[14] with Jenny Eliscu of Rolling Stone and Richard Harrington of The Washington Post describing it as a mature effort comparable to the work of singer/songwriters Alanis Morissette and Tori Amos.[12][14] In 2010, Rolling Stone ranked the album at number 83 among the 100 greatest albums of the 1990s.[15] The following year, Slant Magazine placed it at number 74.[16] The album is featured in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.[17]

As of July 2016, the album has sold 2.9 million copies in the United States.[18]


Impossible À Prononcer

What Is It?

The 2021 French music album Impossible À Prononcer by the American duo Pomplamoose:

Songs from our album Impossible à Prononcer

Here is how Discogs describes this music album:

Pomplamoose – Impossible À Prononcer
Label: Not On Label – none
CD, Album
Country: US
Released: 2021
Genre: Funk / Soul, Pop
1 Douce France
2 Les Copains D’Abord
3 Que Reste-t-il De Nos Amours?
4 Vesoul
5 Laisse Béton
6 La Chanson De Maxence
7 Assedic
8 Chanson Sur Ma Drôle De Vie
9 Comment Te Dire Adieu
French language album. Includes lyric sheet in French and English. It was available in a bundle with an engraved corkscrew.


Fallout 4: You Only Live Once

Fallout 4: You Only Live Once

What is it?

The YouTube playlist Fallout 4: You Only Live Once by the YouTube channel Many A True Nerd, which is a challenge let’s play of the video game Fallout 4.

Fallout 4: You Only Live Once

Here is the description for this video playlist above:

The ultimate Fallout challenge run returns…


Let’s Play Cyberpunk 2077

CYBERPUNK 2077 // Let’s Play // Part 001 // The Ambitious Nomad

What Is It?

The YouTube playlist Let’s Play Cyberpunk 2077 by the YouTube channel ChristopherOdd:

Let’s Play Cyberpunk 2077

Here is the description for this playlist:

Welcome to Night City! In our play through of Cyberpunk 2077, I’m entering Night City as a NOMAD. Over time, we’ll develop our Netrunner and Techie skills to focus on hacking, enhancements, and what I like to call…adaptive stealth.
Cyberpunk 2077 Playlist ► 👇🏻 Other Playthroughs 👇🏻
The Last of Us 2►
The Witcher 3 ►
Days Gone ►
Observation ►
Remember Me ►
Dead Space 3 ►
Deus Ex Human Revolution ►
Bioshock ►
A Plague Tale Innocence ►

0:00 Intro
0:37 Lifepath Choice
1:25 My V Roleplay Background
3:36 Attributes
6:30 Game Opening
24:52 Meeting Jackie
45:00 Militech Training Sim
46:27 Combat Basics
49:14 Hacking
56:05 Stealth
59:17 Advanced Combat

Hi! My name is Christopher Odd, and I’ve been playing video games on the internet for a few years. I really enjoy a variety of games but generally lean towards games with a unique and engaging story (Bioshock, The Witcher, Cyberpunk 2077, The Last of Us etc), strategy/roguelike games (XCOM 2 War of the Chosen, Darkest Dungeon, etc), and RPGs (Dark Souls, Dragon Age, etc.). Of course, I am always looking for great indie games too!

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Cyberpunk 2077 is an open-world, action-adventure story set in Night City, a megalopolis obsessed with power, glamour and body modification. You play as V, a mercenary outlaw going after a one-of-a-kind implant that is the key to immortality. You can customize your character’s cyberware, skill set and play style, and explore a vast city where the choices you make shape the story and the world around you.

Become a cyberpunk, an urban mercenary equipped with cybernetic enhancements, and build your legend on the streets of Night City.

Enter the massive open world of Night City, a place that sets new standards in terms of visuals, complexity, and depth.

Take the riskiest job of your life and go after a prototype implant that is the key to immortality.

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Après Les Heures Grises

What Is It?

The 2021 music album Après Les Heures Grises by the French musician Pauline Croze:

Après Les Heures Grises

Here is an English translation by Microsoft Edge of the description of this music album by

After the Grey Hours
by Pauline Croze

“I needed risk, to shake up the substance as much as the form, to be tested.” It is under the pencil stroke of Joann Sfar that Pauline Croze returns on October 8, 2021 to unveil an adventure more personal than ever.
The singer displays the calm and relief specific to artists who have followed their intuition and audacity.
In a more modern and lively style, she triumphs over this new spontaneity to tackle with distance and irony the tremors of the contemporary world.
Conceived, composed and recorded between the lockdowns and the restrictions related to the health crisis, “Après les heures grises” marks an important step in Pauline Croze’s career: “For this record, I learned to work remotely by imposing a new way of working on myself.
At the beginning of the creative process, I was recording myself. I had to get out of myself to judge my voice and discern the best takes. It was brand new to me. Producer

of her music, less flayed alive, more free and subversive than ever, Pauline did not hesitate to split up to get out of herself and embody several roles, surrounding herself with inspired and talented young directors. Guided by elegant piano notes by Fils Cara, the song “Je suis un renard” opens between lightness and self-analysis, an album that plays as much with forms as with double meanings.

Whether Pauline writes alone or not, she is part of each of the texts of her album, her life is there that turns constantly on “La Rocade”, until “Hippodrome”, the only dream to immerse yourself in after this inner journey. And in our urbanizations where everything pushes us to the extreme “Phobe”, co-directed and mixed by Nk.F (Damso, Orelsan), seeks between up and down media a new balance.

Balance for a vital renaissance away from the networks that invade us via their multiple windows / screens: dance to get out of it with “Crever l’écran” directed by Mathieu Denis.
On “Kim”, co-written and directed by Romain Guerret (Aline, Alex Rossi), the singer does not hesitate to transform Kim Jong-un into an unlikely pop and loving object while on “Le Monde”, a new energy dresses Pauline’s voice, at the heart of a solar and playful production.
In the middle of the album, “Nuit d’errance” written by Tim Dup and “No Derme” written by Pauline are distinguished by the grace of their melodies and a heartbreaking melancholy that Barbara’s fans would not deny.
Directed by Charlie Trimbur (Eddy de Pretto) and Pierrick Devin,(Phoenix, Lomepal), “Solution” reinforces this gesture of openness towards a period pop where the song mixes with the syncopes specific to contemporary urban pop. The movement and reliefs of these new compositions are affected, through pieces that harmonize with the mixes of Alf Briat, and sound like the right balance between the charm of Pauline Croze’s first steps and her passion for the dynamism of the new French scene.

The only constants: the grace and subtlety that continue to dress his voice.

A1. I am
an A2 fox. Phobe
A3. Break the A4 screen.
No derme
A5. Wandering night
B1. The
B2 World. Kim
B3. The
B4 ring road. Solution
B5. Racecourse

Here is the original description of this music album in French:

Après les heures grises
by Pauline Croze

« J’avais besoin de risque, de bousculer le fond autant que la forme, d’être éprouvée ». C’est sous le coup de crayon de Joann Sfar que Pauline Croze revient le 8 octobre 2021 dévoiler une aventure plus personnelle que jamais.

La chanteuse affiche le calme et le soulagement propres aux artistes qui ont suivi leur intuition et leur audace. Dans un style plus moderne et animé, elle triomphe de cette nouvelle spontanéité pour s’attaquer avec distance et ironie aux tremblements du monde contemporain.

Pensé, composé et enregistré entre les confinements et les restrictions liées à la crise sanitaire, « Après les heures grises » marque une étape importante dans la carrière de Pauline Croze : « Pour ce disque, j’ai appris à travailler à distance en m’imposant une nouvelle méthode de travail. Au début du processus de création, je m’enregistrais toute seule. Il fallait que je sorte de moi-même pour juger ma voix et discerner les meilleures prises. C’était tout nouveau pour moi. »

Productrice de sa musique, moins écorchée vive, plus libre et subversive que jamais, Pauline n’a pas hésité à se dédoubler pour sortir d’elle-même et incarner plusieurs rôles, en s’entourant de jeunes réalisateurs inspirés et talentueux.

Guidé par d’élégantes notes de piano de Fils Cara, le morceau « Je suis un renard » ouvre entre légèreté et auto-analyse, un album qui joue autant avec les formes qu’avec les double-sens. Que Pauline écrive seule ou non, elle s’inscrit dans chacun des textes de son album, sa vie y est là qui tourne sans cesse sur « La Rocade », jusqu’à « Hippodrome », seul rêve où se plonger après ce voyage intérieur.

Et dans nos urbanisations ou tout nous pousse à l’extrême « Phobe », co-réalisé et mixé par Nk.F (Damso, Orelsan), cherche entre up and down médiatiques un équilibre nouveau. Equilibre pour une renaissance vitale loin des réseaux qui nous envahissent via leurs multiples fenêtres/écrans : danser pour s’en sortir avec « Crever l’écran » réalisé par Mathieu Denis.
Sur « Kim », co-écrit et réalisé par Romain Guerret (Aline, Alex Rossi), la chanteuse n’hésite pas à transformer Kim Jong-un en improbable objet pop et amoureux tandis que sur « Le Monde », une nouvelle énergie habille la voix de Pauline, au cœur d’une production solaire et enjouée.
En milieu d’album, « Nuit d’errance » écrit par Tim Dup et « No Derme » écrit par Pauline se distinguent par la grâce de leurs mélodies et une mélancolie déchirante que ne renieraient pas les fans de Barbara.
Réalisé par Charlie Trimbur (Eddy de Pretto) et Pierrick Devin, (Phoenix, Lomepal), « Solution » renforce ce geste d’ouverture vers une pop d’époque où la chanson se mêle aux syncopes propres à la pop urbaine contemporaine.

Le mouvement et les reliefs de ces nouvelles compositions s’en ressentent, au fil de morceaux qui s’harmonisent avec les mixs de Alf Briat, et sonnent comme le juste équilibre entre le charme des premiers pas de Pauline Croze et sa passion pour le dynamisme de la nouvelle scène française. Seules constantes : la grâce et la subtilité qui continuent d’habiller sa voix.