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I guess there is no way of adding a digital only release to the site is there? I'm talking specifically about ECLIPSE's "Are You Ready To Rock MMXIV" and UNRULY CHILD's "Down The Rabbit Hole". Both are digital only as far as I know.

 

What are the rules for digital only releases? Surely we must find new ways to include these type of things as CDs become more extinct.

 

Opinions?

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I guess there is no way of adding a digital only release to the site is there? I'm talking specifically about ECLIPSE's "Are You Ready To Rock MMXIV" and UNRULY CHILD's "Down The Rabbit Hole". Both are digital only as far as I know.

 

What are the rules for digital only releases? Surely we must find new ways to include these type of things as CDs become more extinct.

 

Opinions?

 

http://www.heavyharmonies.com/cgi-bin/glamcd.cgi?BandNum=6164&CDName=Dying+To+Survive

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I guess there is no way of adding a digital only release to the site is there? I'm talking specifically about ECLIPSE's "Are You Ready To Rock MMXIV" and UNRULY CHILD's "Down The Rabbit Hole". Both are digital only as far as I know.

 

What are the rules for digital only releases? Surely we must find new ways to include these type of things as CDs become more extinct.

 

Opinions?

 

http://www.heavyharmonies.com/cgi-bin/glamcd.cgi?BandNum=6164&CDName=Dying+To+Survive

 

 

Hmmm.... so these can be added? Thanks Stefan!

 

The Unruly Child is supposed to have a Part 2 and eventually see a physical CD release. Not sure how to handle that one.

 

Would like the ECLIPSE added though.

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I'm talking specifically about ECLIPSE's "Are You Ready To Rock MMXIV" and UNRULY CHILD's "Down The Rabbit Hole". Both are digital only as far as I know.

 

 

Not true.

 

http://www.bengans.se/Product.aspx?skivkod=1010571&section=music

 

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Well damn! :anon:

 

You are the man Stefan!! I need that disc!!! :headbanger:

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Yep, that eclipse is now available at aorheaven I think, was listed in their latest newsletter.

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Yep, that eclipse is now available at aorheaven I think, was listed in their latest newsletter.

 

Just went a ordered it before it goes out of print, again.

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It's on the way!

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It's on the way!

It better be!

Amazing album. The bonus tracks don't really do much for me, but I can't believe I missed out on this the first time. For some reason it just didn't click with me back then. I was an idiot.

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It's on the way!

It better be!

Amazing album. The bonus tracks don't really do much for me, but I can't believe I missed out on this the first time. For some reason it just didn't click with me back then. I was an idiot.

 

 

Yes you were an idiot.

Come think of it you still are...

 

 

 

"Happier than me..." :thppt:

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It's on the way!

It better be!

Amazing album. The bonus tracks don't really do much for me, but I can't believe I missed out on this the first time. For some reason it just didn't click with me back then. I was an idiot.

Yes you were an idiot.

Come think of it you still are...

 

 

 

"Happier than me..." :thppt:

But I'm getting better. Maybe. I think. I dunno. At least I'm a happy idiot. ;}

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It's on the way!

It better be!

Amazing album. The bonus tracks don't really do much for me, but I can't believe I missed out on this the first time. For some reason it just didn't click with me back then. I was an idiot.

 

 

Yeah, the bonus tracks aren't essential. But the rest of the disc is full of killer songs.

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