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Old 05-09-2007, 10:10 PM   #106
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You could always use a broken link, although that probably wouldn't get too far.

Or just say something like, "Please go to my LiveJournal page for more information" and then people would just happen to see it in your sig.
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Old 05-09-2007, 10:13 PM   #107
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Oh, and as far as this round goes, I like both lists very much, and Lance's flows very well, but LMP has more songs that I really like.
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Old 05-10-2007, 01:20 AM   #108
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I just wish there was a legit way for people to hear the songs and experience the tracklists, rather than trying to find loopholes in the forum rules.

And let me just say that my Prog Island tracklist is really coming together nicely. 24 seconds short of a full four hours of music, with the Brau-heartattack-inducing figure of just 30 tracks. I've got everything from what I consider to be the first prog song ever made (King Crimson's 21st Century Schizoid Man) to the very latest in prog brilliance (Porcupine Tree's Anesthetize).

Oh, and Screwtape, what's your e-mail address? I think I might actually have a couple for you, so I'm not sure what you use most.
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Old 05-10-2007, 07:09 AM   #109
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And let me just say that my Prog Island tracklist is really coming together nicely. 24 seconds short of a full four hours of music, with the Brau-heartattack-inducing figure of just 30 tracks. I've got everything from what I consider to be the first prog song ever made (King Crimson's 21st Century Schizoid Man) to the very latest in prog brilliance (Porcupine Tree's Anesthetize).

Oh, and Screwtape, what's your e-mail address? I think I might actually have a couple for you, so I'm not sure what you use most.
I really like mine too and can't wait to see what everyone
else has done. By the way, who do we know for sure is participating?

My current e-mail address is InaKafkaTragedy@aol.com. My Yahoo account seems like it holds a 1/4 of the world's spam.
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