Wednesday, August 27, 2014

The End of the complaints for now

This is going to sound like a stupid compliant, but it's something that has ticked me off since I started collecting records many years ago.

How difficult is it to make sure that you have the right speed listed on a record? I mean seriously!! Nothing pisses me off more than sitting down to listen to a record and having the wrong speed listed. Especially if, in some cases, you really can't tell for a bit that it is the wrong speed. Then you sit there going WTF speed is this supposed to be on?

Added to the list are:
1. Incorrect track listings.
2. Labels that are on the wrong side. I can see this happening at a record plant some were but could you at least but a note in the record that it has the labels are switched?
3. Contact information. If you really want to promote your band don't you think you should have some contact information? I'm not talking a worthless E-mail address, but an actual address or at least say where the hell the band is from?

Okay that's it. Yeah, I actually have a lot more recordings I could piss and moan about how bad they are and I might do that in the future, but I'm going to try and be a little more up beat.

Cheers,

Brian Guy

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