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Discussion in 'Symphony X (Unofficial)' started by DoomsdayZach, Jun 17, 2007.
I've had people send me friend requests using my own pictures! nice going there fucko
Haha. I have my location as "City of the Damned" and i got one the other day that said something like "HEY THERE! I just moved into the City of the Damned area..." and i fucking lol'd
Yeah, their system is fucked up and the structure is horrible. I'd rather burn a few hours in HTML and have something that looks nice than waste my time with myspace. As for it being more promotable than a band website, how many more bands have official sites than bands who have myspace pages? Hmmmm? Sure, a lot have both. But you know the answer to my question.
Besides, how many of those hits you get on myspace are people who actually buy music? Don't use yourselves as examples, because we both know the vast majority are not such people. It's kind of pointless to be super popular on myspace. This isn't the mp3.com era.
Having just fiddled around with my own page, I definately agree with you there. Myspace is THE most fucked up bit of html I've seen in a long while.
Myspace has saved me from buying SO many shitty cds it's not even funny. Plus it's awesome to find out about kick ass folk metal bands.
That's cause all the shitty bands they recommended to you were on myspace, land of shitty band-hopefuls
That's because 99% of them are just templates that people get from template sites, where it's just the same website with a few different colours and a background
My one is damn nice
I'm rather fond of the half assed job I did with mine. Some of you people might even recognise the background
i think mines pretty cool too. sexy pic of myself as the background...can't go wrong there..
queue stalker music.
make a site Tubbs I wasn't talking about you.
Fix'd. I can't believe you missed that one ken.
Totally agree with this point. Thanks to myspace I found out about a lot of bands that I would never have listened to.