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How Spotify And The CataCombo Soundsystem Will Rock Your Afterlife

When I read about this in the LA Times, I thought they were totally joking, but no, this CataCombo Soundsystem is for real, for your real afterlife! A Swedish company named Pause, which ordinarily just sells stereo equipment, has come up with a new product, that each of us can’t wait to experiment: a designed coffin that will play music for you during eternity.

 

Really? Nobody had thought about this before? For 23,500 Euros (and this is just the starting price, I can’t wait for the options), the CataCombo Soundsystem will play the playlist you have created before dying,… on Spotify! See the Swedish connection up there? What a creepy process which gives me another reason to hate Spotify. You can even make it interactive and allow friends and family to add a track, a sure way to keep you updated with new releases after death. Right, but you rather be careful on whom you are allowing to alter your playlist or you may end up listening to Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift and Bruno Mars for eternity… A second death for me.

 

The website describes a totally hi-tech equipment, an ‘upgradeable music server with 4G-connection prepared to tackle whatever afterlife throws at it’, ‘a 2,5 GHz Intel core processor and a 7-inch LCD-display showing what song’s playing’, ‘a pair of 2-way speakers, divine tweeters with external cooling and one hell-of-a 8-inch subwoofer’, but I have passed on the product demonstration, it was way too creepy and insane for me. It’s a good thing I don’t believe in afterlife, because who said hell is being condemned to listen to bad music while trapped in an elevator?

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