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2 days ago
seventhsea
How about just telling us the solution. I'm not playing guessing games.
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3 days ago
seventhsea
I'm curious to know your solution too Terry
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10 days ago
seventhsea
Worth pointing out that although the band are obviously aware and authorised it, this is actually the 'tog selling the item
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15 days ago
seventhsea
I'd say it's double as it states CD1 in description before description cuts off why would it state CD1 above the tracks if it was only 1 disc anyway May be wrong though... Edit - ignore me, just noticed Amazon do that on all cds... Learn something new every day....
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15 days ago
seventhsea
On Amazon UK, £13.98 +£1.26 postage from Japan
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22 days ago
seventhsea
Yup I had an email "Thanks! You’re a legend! If you subscribed, you’ll now be getting a bi-monthly dose of megawatt mayhem delivered right to your door for an entire year! If you bought the latest issue we hope you will like it enough to subscribe later! Your digital link direct to the online mag is below if you just can’t wait to feast your eyes on it! Cheers HoJo – Edito
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22 days ago
seventhsea
I think I was prompted to download it once I'd ordered.
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22 days ago
seventhsea
Why not email them and ask if you can just have the digital version? They send one free when you buy the physical item so there is one available. I'm sure they will happily send you a digital copy as it means extra money for no physical product to be posted.
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24 days ago
seventhsea
MSL Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I've heard three tracks from the new record now. > Strikes me that they lack a great writer. Some > super riffs, and Nathan has some voice for sure, > but much as I love the Purple/Whitesnake vibe, the > material seems sluggish to me and very limited in > melodic terms. I felt the same about the debut -
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4 weeks ago
seventhsea
joe Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Seeing your comment about "older iTunes purchases" > has me thinking they are probably copy-protected > and thus cannot be played on a non-Apple device. > There's a way you can upgrade your files to > non-DRM copies of the song (if available in > non-DRM AAC format). > > You can read
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4 weeks ago
seventhsea
Or just use an app that recognises multiple codecs.. Plenty in Google play That's the beauty of android, don't like the stock app? Disable it and get one that suits you... I hate the stock messaging app so binned it and use Hello. Beautiful text app
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4 weeks ago
seventhsea
ToddM Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I am using an Android phone and a MP3 Player app > from Google Play for playback Which app are you using? I would imagine all the major players support it. The one i use STELIO does. AIMP and JetAudio also definately play m4a. Id be very surprised if the following dont too. doubletiwst playerpro bl
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4 weeks ago
seventhsea
Which app are you using? I would imagine all the major players support it. The one i use STELIO does. AIMP and JetAudio also definately play m4a. Id be very surprised if the following dont too. doubletiwst playerpro black player shuttle n7player rocket poweramp phonograph vlc
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4 weeks ago
seventhsea
Doug Wolfgang Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- The ones you have > ripped from your own CD collection will be your > MP3's. Or ones you buy from any other source than iTunes like Amazon, 7 digital etc
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4 weeks ago
seventhsea
M4a play fine on my android...
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4 weeks ago
seventhsea
Also worth noting I had a player once which wouldn't play if the extension was MP3 instead of mp3...
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6 weeks ago
seventhsea
Extreme at Wolvo Civic 94/95ish. They were shit.
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6 weeks ago
seventhsea
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6 weeks ago
seventhsea
OzzMosiz Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What a prick he was. Glad he's fucked off. > He can go irritate people elsewhere. > > > > As for this post (and I know it's tongue in > cheek), go and try and play some Quo songs on an > acoustic or electric - a lot of them are more than > 4 chords :) (over 12 chords in Living On An
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7 weeks ago
seventhsea
Don't have iTunes Terry. Won't work on my pc or portable device a. (not that I'd want the bloated POS anyway lol)
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7 weeks ago
seventhsea
Of all the albums you could need a review on, this is probably the least needed. It's not as if it's going to be a leap in styles as if Quo finally discovered the 4th chord is it. 99.9% of people who visit this site/board know what to expect from a Jovi album now.... Everyone knows it isn't going to be a return to Slippery When Wet days. They juts plod on with the same formulaic albums time af
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7 weeks ago
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totobob Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Personally I am really dissapointed in the lack of > Andrews reviews. It's affecting me badly and I am > having difficulty sleeping. I mean ffs when is he > going to get round to reviewing Slippery When Wet > and Hysteria not to mention Escape. Oh and when oh > when will he get round to reviewing the
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2 months ago
seventhsea
ROCKDOG Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yes quite possibly,but the "Prog"genre seems to be > on a bit of a high lately,but who knows.. Irrelevant though if the small representation of people surveyed by rajar hate prog, or prefer another station at that time though That's the problem with ratings systems, rajar, Nielsen etc - if their p
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2 months ago
seventhsea
Bear in mind they have recently received detailed ratings from RAJAR so perhaps it was performing poorly....
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2 months ago
seventhsea
It was probably needed though for the station to survive. It was costing them in the region of £1m a year on the old multiplex just for the transmission space. By moving to the new one they make a considerable saving as Bauer who run Planet Rock are partners in Sound Digital who run the new one. Hence the move of Absolute 80s too (same owners) Without the move, there would prob be no Planet
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2 months ago
seventhsea
Ah OK cheers
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2 months ago
seventhsea
and who is PoL? I hate abbreviations.
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2 months ago
seventhsea
You just need to accept that a return to Backstreet Symphony or Laughing on Judgement Day is not going to happen. I didnt like the later Queen stuff, preferring the 70s stuff, but no point in moaning I want them to do a Queen II type album. It just wasn't going to happen. March of the Black Queen would not be commercial enough in the late 80s and not sell as well as A Kind of Magic - no mat
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2 months ago
seventhsea
Different market though Jimmy. The younger generation dont want CDs or hard copies in any form. They want to shove it all on their phone and listen through tiny earphones (or worse still through the speaker whilst on public transport as seems to be the in thing round here) Side note - ever noticed that people playing music through phones out loud, or blasting out through car speakers never s
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2 months ago
seventhsea
Another thing to bear in mind is the difference in file sizes for an album.. Decent Quality MP3 - Approx 200mb Standard FLAC (said to be as near CD quality as you can get) - Approx 400-500mb "HD" Flac - Over 1GB Your storage space will soon fill up with HD downloads for very little benefits to the standard hearing.
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