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that nme buzz thing i did is now up on my myspace profile.
he didnt jag hucknall though.
i also found someone on your page who i used to know and haven't seen in a looooong time, so i thank you! :)
URLs have clearly ruined the printed word. All those band names would be links online so that's okay, but trying to read some of those sentences starts to do your head in what with all the URLs after them in brackets.
The NME should just reformat anything like that to stick a list of the links at the end of the page.
Has anyone got The Bends to hand? I love the old skool address in the booklet. Something like compuserve.com/groups/radiohead, back when that was unusual - how the world moves on.
I find the constant web addresses of the bands mentioned being placed in the text make it harder to read as the flow of the English is lost.
Whast that better?
such a small piece then yeah. having more than one adress in a sentence is crazy.
but otherwise, goi.
Modern world kills print, etc.
underated les incompetents, who untill the recent assualt on singer on Billy leeson were one of my favourite bands in London."
what, so you've turned your back on them now?
thats harsh. too harsh.
Loving the Chuck Palahniuk link... This shall kill the rest of my day at work.
its not the best of news.
Are you ever going to be allowed to forget you released a Kaiser Chiefs single?
use as a selling point
"natural sucessor to Dylan or Leonard Cohen"
in an overhype kinda way.