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I cleared out some of the early-2012 tracks to make room for some of the late-2012 and 2013 tracks.

 

Feed URL: http://www.live365.c...ons/151867?play

 

Playlist in alphabetical order:

 

4Bitten - Jaded - Delirium (2012)

4Bitten - Let It All Burn - Delirium (2012)

A Perfect Day - Alone And Free (Rockblind) - A Perfect Day (2012)

A Perfect Day - Here We Are Again - A Perfect Day (2012)

Angel King - Dangerous - World Of Pain (2012)

Angel King - Last Generation - World Of Pain (2012)

Angeline - I Had Enough - Disconnected (2012)

Angeline - Disconnected - Disconnected (2012)

Asia - End Of The World - Resonance (2012)

Bang Tango - Suck It Up - Pistol Whipped In The Bible Belt (2012)

Bang Tango - Bring On The World - Pistol Whipped In The Bible Belt (2012)

Black Rose - Hunter - Turn On The Night (2013)

Black Rose - Never Let Me Down - Turn On The Night (2013)

Blessed By A Broken Heart - Scream It Like You Mean It - Feel The Power (2012)

Blessed By A Broken Heart - Innocent Blood - Feel The Power (2012)

Bonrud - Blinded - Save Tomorrow (2012)

Bonrud - I'd Do Anything - Save Tomorrow (2012)

Carmen Gray - Demolition Lady - Gates Of Loneliness (2012)

Carmen Gray - Heroes And Losers - Gates Of Loneliness (2012)

Charlie Shred - Tainted Inside - Charlie Shred (2012)

Charlie Shred - Fall Down - Charlie Shred (2012)

Circus Maximus - The One - Nine (2012)

Circus Maximus - Burn After Reading - Nine (2012)

Cloudscape - Seen It All Before - New Era (2012)

Cloudscape - Voyager 9 - New Era (2012)

Coastland Ride - Made Up My Mind - On Top Of The World (2012)

Coastland Ride - Save You From Yourself - On Top Of The World (2012)

Diamond Dog - Soak It In - Faithful Unto Death (2012)

Diamond Dog - If - Faithful Unto Death (2012)

Dokken - For The Last Time - Broken Bones (2012)

Dokken - Blind - Broken Bones (2012)

Eclipse - The Unspoken Heroes - Bleed And Scream (2012)

Eclipse - Battlegrounds - Bleed And Scream (2012)

Eclipse - Take Back The Fear - Bleed And Scream (2012)

Edge - There is no Other way - Heaven Knows (2013)

Edge - Through That door - Heaven Knows (2013)

Fast Train Union - After All - II (2012)

Grimm Jack - Damned - Damned CD Single (2012)

Grimm Jack - Last Call - Damned CD Single (2012)

Heaven Rain - Face Of Misery - Second Sun (2012)

Heaven Rain - When Day Fades To Dark - Second Sun (2012)

Hess - I Don't Wanna Want You - Living In Yesterday (2012)

Hess - Falling Down - Living In Yesterday (2012)

Iain Ashley Hersey - Sacrifice The Sun - Vintage Love - Best Of (2012)

Impera - Show Me The Money - Legacy Of Life (2012)

Impera - Deadend Street - Legacy Of Life (2012)

Jorn - War Of The World - Symphonic (2013)

Jorn - The World I See - Symphonic (2013)

Julian Angel's Beautiful Beast - Gimme Just One Night - California Suntan (2012)

Julian Angel's Beautiful Beast - Addiction to the Friction - California Suntan (2012)

Kix - Midnite Dynamite - Live In Baltimore (2012)

Kix - Don't Close Your Eyes - Live In Baltimore (2012)

Lionville - Shining Over Me - II (2012)

Lionville - Waiting For A Star To Fall - II (2012)

Loverboy - No Tomorrow - Rock n Roll Revival (2012)

Loverboy - When It's Over - Rock n Roll Revival (2012)

Pellek - Thundernight - Bag Of Tricks (2012)

Pellek - Stare Into My Eyes - Bag Of Tricks (2012)

Pink Cream 69 - Let The Thunder Roll - Ceremonial (2013)

Pink Cream 69 - King For One Day - Ceremonial (2013)

Pride of Lions - If It Doesn't Kill Me - Immortal (2012)

Pride of Lions - Sending My Love - Immortal (2012)

Razzmattazz - I Wanna Know - Rock N Roll Hero (2012)

Redline - We Came to Rock - Vice (2012)

Redline - Edge of Falling - Vice (2012)

Royal Hunt - Save Me - 20th Anniversary - Special Edition (2013)

Royal Hunt - Bodyguard (acoustic) - 20th Anniversary - Special Edition (2013)

Sapphire Eyes - Someone Like You - Sapphire Eyes (2012)

Sapphire Eyes - When Love Comes Alive - Sapphire Eyes (2012)

Snakecharmer - Nothing To Lose - Snakecharmer (2013)

Snakecharmer - Stand Up - Snakecharmer (2013)

Spheric Universe Experience - Angel - The New Eve (2012)

Strangeways - Call - Age of Reason (2012)

Strangeways - Alive Again - Age of Reason (2012)

Theocracy - The Master Storyteller - As The World Bleeds (2012)

Theocracy - Hide in the Fairytale - As the World Bleeds (2012)

Threshold - Coda - March of Progress (2012)

Threshold - The Rubicon - March of Progress (2012)

Warnot - The Wrong Path - His Blood is Yours (2013)

Wheels Of Fire - Web Of Lies - Up For Anything (2012)

Wheels Of Fire - No Mercy - Up For Anything (2012)

Youngblood - Don't Play With My Head - No Retreat (2012)

Youngblood - Back In My Life - No Retreat (2012)

Youngblood - Coming Home - No Retreat (2012)

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I like that you chose "I Don't Wanna Want You" from Hess, despite all the criticism it's received. I love it.

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It's not the number of tracks, but rather the storage capacity. They give you a pitifully small amount. To go up any meaningful amount would triple my monthly costs.

 

The upside to Live365 is that I don't have to mess with licensing at all. The downside is the cost.

 

I could set up a shoutcast stream on a server of my own and have several GB of storage, at a much lower cost... but then I would have to (theoretically) pay and file royalties myself. The problem with that approach is that the minimum fees are too high. They assume several thousand listener hours per month. Once the licensing costs are added to the hosting costs, the monthly costs end up far exceeding Live365.

 

I could simply run a shoutcast stream that is unlicensed, using *ONLY* the audio that has been submitted to me by bands and labels under the terms & conditions outlined on my audio page, that being that by submitting the audio all parties waive their royalties from any audio download or playback. That's fine for the site itself, but since SoundEx, BMI, ASCAP, and RIAA, actively target Shoutcast streams, they might very well say "Doesn't matter what your terms are for submission, we want payola or you shut it down."

 

After dealing with BMI about the site samples back in 2003, I don't want to mess with that crap again.

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