Author Topic: Modern Adertising: Where do you pick up musical tips?  (Read 8050 times)

Offline mark t

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Re: Modern Adertising: Where do you pick up musical tips?
« Reply #15 on: March 16, 2006, 04:11:13 PM »
John

You could try leonards lair for a review. Although he hasn't reviewed the Triffids yet, they are held in high regard. He rates Calenture as one of only 4 albums from 87 that make his best ever list(the way I see it 2 of the other 3 were also pretty good).

http://www.leonardslair.co.uk/best/index.html#1987

Give him a cd and he  reviews it is how it works, I think.

The site gets a heap of hits.

I've sent  an email to  flag the re-releases.
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Offline Eke

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Re: Modern Adertising: Where do you pick up musical tips?
« Reply #16 on: March 18, 2006, 02:02:42 AM »
The amazon recommendations work quite well for me on occasion. Is it worth any of us who buy stuff there doing so for the reissues to try and get good "people who bought this also bought Born Sandy Devotional" type links going?

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Re: Modern Adertising: Where do you pick up musical tips?
« Reply #17 on: March 18, 2006, 07:02:53 PM »
i think it is mildly useful - but places too much of a financial burden on the individual - seeing the bigger picture is where the devotee can work the best - making something happen in and around the plaque could give much more leverage for the bands profile than an Amazon purchase