This is my way of sharing playlists with you. I generally try to do at least one themed compilation per month, although some months I'm a little too busy and others I go a little comp-crazy (see January, February and September of 2010, for instance). Since I'm still clinging to the Twentieth Century, all of my compilations will fit on an 80-minute CDR, so that, if you like, you can burn it onto a disc and listen to it the old-fashioned way. I'm a slave to iTunes, so m4a is my format of choice, but I will use mp3's on occasion. If you stumble upon a dead link, please leave me a comment and I'll fix it. Thanks for stopping by!
Borrowed from one of my favorite Blogs, PowerPop Overdose:
Any links to anything on this blog are here either because it's something I own, ripped myself and uploaded or I found the links on the web. I do not host anything here in any manner. If you would like any of the links removed, drop me a line and I'll take care of it, ASAP.
When I first became obsessed with music, seventh grade, I became addicted to making mix tapes. This lasted for several years, even well into the age of CDRs-- I've probably fathered hundreds of mix tapes. I finally came around to CD burning technology, just when mp3s started really taking off, so I shifted toward mix CDRs. It took me awhile, but I eventually fell in love with my iPod. Playlists can be fun, but I still love making a good mix with a time restraint. That's why I decided to start this blog. I'll keep making my compilations and maybe even get a few people to listen to them. Thanks for stopping by.
"Yes, yes, I know. It's easier to download music, and probably cheaper. But what's playing on your favourite download store when you walk into it? Nothing, that's what. Who are you going to meet in there? Nobody. Where are the notice boards offering flatshares and vacant slots in bands destined for superstardom? Who's going to tell you to stop listening to that and start listening to this? Go ahead and save yourself a couple of quid. The saving will cost you a career, a set of cool friends, musical taste and, eventually, your soul. Record stores can't save your life. But they can give you a better one."