'When stores started only accepting records with bar codes, that was a HUGE issue for a lot of small labels, getting registered and having access to bar code numbers when you're just running a label spare-time from your garage.'
anyone want to trawl for *that* thread?
stuff always needs looking at more carefully, but default position: doing something > doing nothing
super furry animal?
that is mainly because you're a bit of a tool.
but give it a few years
on types of goods you don't know a great deal about, more so if you're in a hurry.
and to promote things with novelty value like new chocolate bars.
the more categories the advertisers can get to fit into these categories, the better they'll do.
i've said no more big gigs. expensive and crap. don't think i'm even going to go see interpol even though i love them, i don't think i'd enjoy it.
don't bother. you'll be at uni in england in a year and a bit anyway. gigs galore, if you choose the right place.
but quite quietly. he's just taking the piss again. leave him be.
then he could join towers of london if he ever got kicked out of babyshambles
i suppose he was only a kid when silverchair started tbf
looks at his watch
he's on time
shame i'm not back for their april gig. sure there'll be more though.
no, it's nobody's fault, it's just 'the way things are'.
this country needs to grow some fucking balls.
sounds like you still are.
headlines are getting worse again :-P
that's a fucking horrible thing to say. i'm not a manics obsessive by any means but that's self-evidently not true. they love music.
you are right in essence. it was just how i felt about each incident as an immediate reaction. at least this has some humour and isn't just some yob cunt.
and jeopardised ARU's gig license. neither were the case here.
he did go to Oxford
you can twist the story and probably get money out of it
i think that's quite rock and roll. unlike, say, the towers of london fucking up the lights at ARU.
'And told me that my tape taught 'em to swear-
What about the make-up you allow your 12-year-old daughter to wear?'
it's not an indication that they like them. see: ToL, Mika
it's clearly been put together by a few people at a record company. and most right-minded LGBand/orT types probably think it's a gash idea. maybe.
is implicitly to have low expectations of it. if one has to have low expectations of music to justify listening to it at all, then it deserves shit reviews from sites like this.
just their second on a major label. it's not often i get to say things like this, so listen.
you can buy it in bulk together and save money