I've been browsing a few of my favourite blogs in the past few hours. I got some inspiration for a post from them. But when I went to my magic box of tricks that has come over with me from Glasgow, I discover that a bundle of songs I thought were inside are not.
My plan had been to bring over all the songs I have stored on my home PC - maybe 12,000 in total. I'm lucky if I have a third of that total with me.
So....in response to Liz at Roaring Machine saying that Victoria by The Fall was worth tracking down. She's right.....and I had hoped to help you along. But it ain't here babes.
Davy over at The Ghost of Electricity and Mick at Raiding The Vinyl Archive combined to make me want to post The Girl Who Waves At Trains by The Lilac Time - but I failed there as well.
So, as I'm now completely lacking in inspiration, it's three great songs that came up on random play back-to-back on the i-pod when I was on the Number 95 bus to work this morning:-
mp3 : The Raveonettes - Attack of The Ghost Riders
mp3 : Violent Femmes - Girl Trouble
mp3 : Idlewild - A Little Discourage
I'll try to be back on form next time round (that's assuming I actually had some form in the past.....).
Just a wee note on fileden.
Today was the start of my next 30 day period for bandwith consumption. Now, in light of me running out last month, I closed down access to all my fileden files via TVV. As such, I should have had zero usage. But I found that someone had somehow got access to my allocated bandwith. I've sent an e-mail to their customer support service but I'm not holding my breath for a satisfactory explanation.
Given a lot of fileden users seem to have been experiencing problems recently, maybe its something we should take up collectively.....