Paolo Francesco Gregoletto is an American musician and songwriter who is best known as the bassist of the heavy metal band Trivium. Metal producer Colin Richardson called him the best bassist he has ever worked with.
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Discover the devastating truth behind the American war on Vietnamese civilians in this groundbreaking investigation by award-winning journalist and historian Nick Turse. Based on classified documents and interviews, Turse reveals the pervasive and systematic violence against noncombatants during the conflict, resulting in millions of innocent civilians killed and wounded. This book sheds light on a dark chapter of American history and holds a mirror to the ongoing impact of war.
@SanguisDiabolus @JordanUhl Yea I read a good (horrify) book about that called Kill Anything That Moves by Nick Turse. – source
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This book tells the thrilling story of digital music piracy and how it forever changed the music industry. Written by journalist Stephen Witt, it features a cast of unforgettable characters including visionaries, criminals, and tech-savvy teenagers. Witt traces the secret history of piracy from the German engineers who invented the mp3 to a North Carolina factory worker who leaked nearly two thousand albums. Entwined with the history of the Internet itself, How Music Got Free is a must-read for anyone interested in the intersection of music and technology.
Great book about it all – source