Friday, 8 March 2013

Spam-A-Rama (+ CD Collection 4)

As the regular reader of this blog (i.e., me) will have noted, i am being inundated with spam comments atm. For this reason, i have enabled comment moderation, although really i should be flattered -- it's a sign of success!

And in spite of Anonymous's comment the other day, here's part 4 of my CD collection. Gotta archive this shit somewhere and it may as well be here.





GTG, i just burned a "new" Rory Gallagher bootleg and i want to listen to it.  





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Anonymous said...

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Freg said...

More about teeth than i really need to know, but thanks for taking the time....

Anonymous said...

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Freg said...

Hello, Anonymous, nice to see you