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Ben's Wacky Radio - July 5, 2011
Topic: The wacky side of 80s music

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Messages about the show: "Ben's Wacky Radio - July 5, 2011"

Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  07-11-11 11:33 AM  -  6 years ago
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Just want to mention this again..

It's ok to leave a song and artist 'black' on the playlist if a song's not 'dementia'.

Please don't make song pages for 'regular' and/or 'mundane' songs.


How do you define what dementia is? I took a whack at it here: www.themadmusicarchive.com/readblog.aspx?id=3499

That definition is far from complete. Maybe someone else has their own ideas about the definition.
wackyben86   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  07-11-11 02:31 PM  -  6 years ago
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I didn't set up the playlist here since Wayne helped out. I never even tried to edit my playlists before. To me if a song sounds kind of weird and bizarre then I think of it as demented.

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Stavro Arrgolus:

Just want to mention this again..

It's ok to leave a song and artist 'black' on the playlist if a song's not 'dementia'.

Please don't make song pages for 'regular' and/or 'mundane' songs.


How do you define what dementia is? I took a whack at it here: www.themadmusicarchive.com/readblog.aspx?id=3499

That definition is far from complete. Maybe someone else has their own ideas about the definition.
Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  07-11-11 05:04 PM  -  6 years ago
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We encourage you to play what you want and it's not necessary to edit the playlists. It would just be helpful if mainstream songs didn't get song pages made for them either manually or using the autoassign button on the playlist edit page.

If too many mundane mainstream tunes get in, it becomes an 'ordinary music' archive instead of one for Mad Music.
Tim P. Ryan   Offline  -  Participant, MP3  -  07-12-11 10:50 AM  -  6 years ago
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I feel that this week's crop of unique plays (currently mark as [only known play]) could have it's page, as they are not that mundane:
Living In America - James Brown
for it's own whimsy and being a parody target of Weird Al,
Der Kommissar - After The Fire
for use of foreign language,
Living In A Box - Living In A Box
for it's own demented subject and it now sounding very 80s,
Walk The Dinosaur - Was (Not Was)
for Ben pointing out we did not hear DrD playing this and wondering why.


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