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Old 05-04-2008, 09:03 PM   #706
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i like sax and violins in rock. not necessarily together.

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why would anyone exchange cds when there are uploads and linkable torrents?
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Old 05-04-2008, 09:06 PM   #708
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Aren't uploads easier?
That's what I mean. Upload a CD length playlist. Not actual CDs.
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I think they mean actual CDs there, which just seems pointless.
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That's what I mean. Upload a CD length playlist. Not actual CDs.
I can do that then.
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I think they mean actual CDs there, which just seems pointless.
They won't mean actual CDs after I talk to them. I know you don't know a lot of artists but you could still produce three to five artists people should know even if they are sort of well known. What do you say?
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Why the hell would anyone do actual CDs? And pay for postage and shit? That's just stupid.

And it means you can only share the music with one recipient too.
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They won't mean actual CDs after I talk to them. I know you don't know a lot of artists but you could still produce three to five artists people should know even if they are sort of well known. What do you say?
I know more than three to five.

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Why the hell would anyone do actual CDs? And pay for postage and shit? That's just stupid.
Exactly. Which is why we are going to use Mediafire. I know there are a lot of artists you'd like to expose others to. I remember how great hearing PRR was for the first time.
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Exactly. Which is why we are going to use Mediafire. I know there are a lot of artists you'd like to expose others to. I remember how great hearing PRR was for the first time.
I've long since lost confidence in being able to introduce anyone to music they'll like. That's part of why I did DI IV like I did. Nobody's going to like my stuff anyway, so fuck my no metal rule.
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OK folks, I have an appointment at university, then I need to swing by the library. See you lot in a bit.
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Just finished writing a full band rock song called "The Breakout." It needs the power of a full band, so it's not eligible for any acoustic projects.
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Exactly. Which is why we are going to use Mediafire. I know there are a lot of artists you'd like to expose others to. I remember how great hearing PRR was for the first time.
who's prr?
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who's prr?
Pure Reason Revolution. They are a prog band Axver introduced me to. Think Pink Floyd meets Medievil festival.
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