1 December 2009
Yeah, so I figured that "Hey, if that "Song of the Day" thing on the main page generates a new song per day at random, then why not take advantage of the randomness?" And start a thread where we can see what today's song-per-day is, and decide if we want to start a talk about it, and do so here. Or if there's already a thread, maybe we can just provide a link and add any new comments we may have there, instead.
Is that idea any good? If nobody thinks so, I'll just ask a mod to delete this thread.
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My only fear with a thread like this is that if really good, quality stuff is said about the song here and not x-posted to a thread on the song itself (if one exists), future readers will find the thread about the song and miss the rich information that may be in this thread only.
So if there is stuff (not just "hey, I like this or "that song can kiss my ") about the song that should be x-posted, please do so.
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1 May 2011
One way they do it at other forums is to have its own sub-forum and then each song of the week (not day) gets its own thread and folk can go back into whichever song it is and add whenever so its easily locatable - otherwise it all gets buried. Obviously some threads end up with 3 posts but you can end up covering a lot of tracks - but then each song does already have its own place in the main site for comments..
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