Overplayed to hell.

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Overplayed to hell.

Postby Tuvok on Mon Apr 09, 2018 12:40 pm

Hello Bassedrive and all affiliated shows.

Please stop playing that MC fats song every hour of every show of every day, I listen to bassdive a lot and I literally hear it 4 or more times a day. I've just registered to say that, its ridiculous that one song is making me look elsewhere for my D&B fix, there are plenty of good songs that don't get played just because they're over 1 year old.

Thanks.
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Re: Overplayed to hell.

Postby Polking on Tue Oct 16, 2018 6:21 pm

I agree but sometimes people play a certain song a few more times than others is because they have to pay their bills too (Advertising money helps them fulfill their bill collector's invoices).

This is the same money that helps them setup large professionally managed venues and employees who make sure you are safe at their event.

Focus on the greater good that at least the BD team is giving us some sweet music 90% of the time. Right? :)
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Re: Overplayed to hell.

Postby james001 on Wed Mar 27, 2019 11:31 pm

Tuvok wrote:Hello Bassedrive and all affiliated shows.

Please stop playing that MC fats song every hour of every show of every day, I listen to bassdive a lot and I literally hear it 4 or more times a day. I've just registered to say that, its ridiculous that one song is making me look elsewhere for my D&B fix, there are plenty of good songs that don't get played just because they're over 1 year old.

Thanks.


I am into music industry and as a matter of fact, I am a pianist. The thing is there is not any big offers in music industry and music can be learned without a formal education. Instead, you should enroll in a music conservatory but I doubt that music production and audio engineering is taught there, but recording studios with no dedicated course for rock is new to me. In fact, there were lots of recording schools who offer this. You would have to go down town and check some recording schools there, you can definitely find one. Rock music is definitely not dead!
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