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I mean...really. I used the old site every day. the new one is horrendous.
fuck knows what they are trying to achive. I never go there any more.
can't get onto the new one. I log in and am unable to read any of it. You need some sort of server my work doesn't have.
And besides, I waste all my time on here.
I haven't worked out how, with all the login stuff. It's a shame, I used to enjoy reading it.
It's never been the best laid out site in the land, has it? Nothing's changed there.
the new one stinks of trying to make it all web 2.0, but fails totally
exactly are they trying to do with it? It really is confusing isn't it...
used to read it most days but I never do now. I went to the trouble of setting up a username and stuff but it's just rubbish. Not user-friendly at all.
because they want the tagging to provide useful information that they can use for the bit that actually makes money i.e. the Playlouder "MSP" (=ISP with added legal downloads) bit.
what a fuckup they made of this site...i too used to go there everyday
And it's old slightly crap style was ace- teh writign was always good and contentious. Why oh why did they do it?
I can remember it being 'redone' for ages... when it came back I was unable to use it so assumed it was in the 'beta stage' still.
It used to be my favourite music site. It always had individual points of view and was entertaining. Now it's dead as far as I can see.
miss their piss-take news pieces, they used to make my day more exciting.
they ruined it! I look at it about once a fortnight and cry.
the BBC site is trailing a similar new Beta site. Oh dear...
used to be on there all the time but no longer.
maybe someone should send them a link to this thread
Its Epitonic all over again
was the place for "no bullshit" reviews.
I preferred it over the mighty Pitchfork at one stage. Their interviews were top-notch too, remember one not so long ago with Chris De Burgh.
Any site that admits a love for De Burgh demands respect.