Topic started by paran (@ 188.8.131.52) on Fri Mar 26 21:48:21 EST 2004.
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Guys..i always wonder....when album which consist of songs made for many situations are placed...shouldn't it be in such an order where it creates the mood and make it travel all the time...
we have seen albums with may be 3 fast-pace and 3 melody order as in first comes all the 3 fast paced and then comes all the 3 melody....
wouldn't it be better if it is alternated....
i believe there should be some consultant on arranging these songs..just like US & Europe artists does...
wat u guys think?
- From: Jey Jey (@ 184.108.40.206)
on: Sun Mar 28 14:46:12 EST 2004
I don't think it is that important. I would give more importance to having the tracks listed on the cd to be in the same order as when played. I find it really annoying when I look at the cd and choose track 3 and find track 4 playing. Also, it is annoying when you find the cd mentioning extra songs that don't exist when played.
It is also annoying when some singers are not included on the cd. For example having the main singer on the cd, but not singers who do the humming for example. Also, it would be great to include the lyrics on albums released by popular music composers like rahman. Lets fix this before we try to be picky about songs sequence buddy.
- From: rahmanian (@ 220.127.116.11)
on: Mon Mar 29 00:20:09 EST 2004
ne1 noes what is the matter with Jack Smelli (Run)
- From: C~P (@ 18.104.22.168)
on: Mon Mar 29 01:37:45 EST 2004
Idhukkae ippadi feel panreengaley...In Padayappa cassette cover, Malaysia Vasudevan was wrongly credited with the "Vetri Kodi Kattu" song...paavam Sriram!
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