Tuesday, October 16, 2007

New Colgems LP Posted

I have uploaded the soundtrack to the classic 1960s action flick "The Professionals" to the Alternative Top 40 site at http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/AlternativeTop40/.

Due to space restrictions, I had to reduce the bitrate of some of the tracks, but they are all there.


(And yes, the Yankees stink too, I'm afraid. Let's go Indians!)


Blogger janus2810 said...

I don't know if you're aware of free upload services like www.rapidshare.com www.megaupload.com
and many others, seems like your uploads are very complicated for you. rapidshare allows files up to 100MB and megaupload allows up to 500mb. Hope this helps out a bit. JP

7:33 PM

Blogger Larry said...

I know of them---and I also know that they remove your files after a certain time. The way I have decided to do it is better, because I decide when the files come down.

Thanks for the suggestion, though.

5:39 AM

Blogger Larry said...

I forgot to mention that it's easier for dial-up people to get the files when they are handled individually. The other services, when used on dial up, can take several hours to download one album, so I have eliminated that by uploading files individually.

5:42 AM

Blogger Dualtrack said...

I paid for a Rapidshare account and it's one of the best decisions I've made. My files aren't deleted due to inactivity, I can download multiple files at one time (RS is one of the most ubiquitous file servers). Also, when users download from my blog I get what're called "premium points" which, over time, add free account time. I've already gotten a month free added to my account. You could still upload one song at a time, even make folders for the albums. No problem.

4:11 PM

Blogger Larry said...

Yes, I have heard about this. Unfortunately, I have also heard a lot of bad things about services like this, including about viruses being put into the files. I guess it's a personal preference.

Thanks for the suggestion.

5:34 AM


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