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April 04, 2012

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Michael Yahwak

Here is my solution for the blogosphere. Its the use of torrents insted of site like megaupload or the half or dozen that have shut down. The only drawback that i can see is getting enough seeders to keep said torrent alive. There are some very good torrent sites out there, some the suck donkey butt as well but for an example (uncle Gill's rocking Archives) He probably has a few hundred album listed there it would take a bit of hard drive space to store them but once they are seeded they should go on for ever as long as the seeds are alive.
Now a question>> Is there anything that come close to what Captain Crawl did? I have become fairly dependent on that site for finding obscure gems for my internet radio shows @ www.radiosatan666.com
especially my Devils Oldies show I have however re-discovered the public library and I can go on line order said albums and get them in a day or so from my local branch. Rip them and bring them back.

Doug Schulkind

Michael, I find that using Google's blog search to be serviceable. Nothing matches the utility of the old Chewbone site, but this is better than nothing.

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