This week, people asking me if I want to go out for a drink – and I don’t want to, what’s up with me?
Just in a Heavy Duty Mood, nothing is appealing to me this week. I’m even down at HMV this week for their policies and how music compilation albums are really popular, are they good for the artists, out of sync with modern music culture.
With the festive season booming, what do you get for people who can buy what they want when they want? Tell me please!
There are some shows missing from The DarkCompass Archive, can you help?
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This week, boredom has set in, only offset by great music. Project Buttplug – what does it do?
The naughty Step, subjecting myself to Twilight (who’s fans are so rabid that they get married to a cardboard cut out of Edward) and I’m a Celebrity…Get me out of here!, and even the thought of downloading and playing World of Warcraft was even thought about.
So head down and do some podcasts, like this one.
Check out Amped this Monday, I’ll be on it.
Picture: To Leave a Trace
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This week, dark and cold, but warming to so great mellow music. Interesting label choices here, and music styles.
With the news of child offenders and and corporate tax avoiders, Starbucks are to release a Xmas CD, who would buy that? and if they did does the money go back to the artist?
Sometimes people have more money than sense, especially when you buyJudy Garlands Gingham Dress from the Wizard of Oz, maybe it’s the person that stole The Tower of London’s keys.
With Children in Need in the air, charity singles sell in their millions, well they don’t really with this list of 50 million selling singles, it beggars belief.
Check out Amped next week, I’ll be on it, and an offer of co-hosting to another music podcaster.
Picture: The Suppliers.
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This time, an hours worth of music from foreign lands, it’s not just about the progression of metal in the UK, but everywhere.
New some from new albums, old songs from old. Check out each and everyone of them.
Picture: Our Last Enemy
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