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 Post subject: Give The People What They Want
PostPosted: Mon Feb 24, 2003 2:02 am 
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Here's another "established band leaving their big honking record labels and start D.I.Y?" Though it appears Dylan is doing this thru his company. I think it's a cool idea!

MIX YOUR OWN BOB DYLAN CD

The Bob Dylan Custom Mix CD site is now LIVE and ready for you to
customize your own Dylan CD. You choose your favorite songs from over
50
Dylan tracks, including his biggest hits, live recordings and
hard-to-find rarities. Then customize your own CD cover from a
selection
of full-color CD artwork.

Visit http://www.custommixcd.com/dylan/ to order yours today. Your own
personal Dylan Custom Mix CD can include up to 12 tracks or 78 minutes
of your favorite Dylan music!

There's absolutely nothing to download. Simply go to
http://www.custommixcd.com/dylan/ to make your selections, choose the
cover art, and we'll send you your custom CD in the mail. Want to
listen
before you order? No problem! You'll have a chance to sample each
track
on the Custom Mix CD web site! before you make your selections.

Create your Custom Mix CD today at:
http://www.custommixcd.com/dylan/

Visit Bob Dylan online:
http://www.bobdylan.com/




Train Joins Pearl Jam, Phish in CDR Wonderworld

Train is the latest big band to offer up fans What They Want:


Train and its label, Columbia Records, have set up an Internet site that allows fans to make their own custom CDs of the groups music. Users can select up to 12 tracks or 78 minutes of music from a library from Train's Columbia Records catalog, including the hits "Meet Virginia," "Drops Of Jupiter," "I Am," and "Something More." Fans can also select from several live versions of the groups songs, as well as covers and rarities. (full story)

Start buying here.

With bands like Train and Pearl Jam cutting to the chase, one might start to wonder: will more established bands starting leaving their big honking record labels and start D.I.Y? Could be interesting.

posted by robert duffy at 09:26 AM


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