• The Music Chain III - extended

    Ott 19 2006, 19:51 di Gezzaia

    The Music Chain III has doubled the normally possible artists connections (which is 200) and reached over 400 artists now. Of course we are still bound with the hardcoded limit in our connections page. But we just continued including artists in our list of current connections.

    Not only that; all connections were tagged with , so if you listen to our globag tag , you will get the pure music chain, as opposed to the group radio, which will include everything our members listen.

    Take a look at our list and see if you are eligible (see group info on group page) to join. Let's just extend this music chain even wider. This group is a guaranteed way to generate a unique, extremely ecclectic and also in the long run rather obscure radio, with our global tag, the . Come join us! :)

    UPDATED list of current connections, 19/10/2006:

    This is the current list of the chains' connections, in alphabetical order. So, you can easily check if one of your top 10'ers is among them and join. Take a look:
  • 1996...

    Ago 31 2006, 21:10 di mikeroach113

    1996... That was quite a year. Lots of things (some good, others very bad) happened. Bill Clinton was re-elected, The Onion (which I don't think I've ever read) made it's debut, Sublime's legendary posthumous self-titled album (not their best, but still good) was released, The Ramones played their last show ever during that year's Lollapalooza, 2Pac was killed, An unknown 6 year old named JonBenet Ramsey was murdered and became a big news story (that poor kid! It's so sad she had to die so young.), Duke Nukem 3D was unleashed on the world, my 10th birthday occured, and I don't remember what happened on it, Mr. Big relased their timeless masterpiece:"Hey Man", movies such as Independence Day, Twister, Jerry Maguire, The Nutty Professor, Space Jam, Jingle All The Way, and Mars Attacks! (the second and third of those movies I just mentioned I've never seen, and the first one I don't think I've seen in whole, but I have seen it), Van Halen had released their first ever "Best Of" collection…