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Old 02-06-2011, 12:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Book-Club Style "Album Club"

I have always wanted to start an "album club". It would be run similarly to a book club; each week we would choose an album to listen to, and throughout the week we could discuss it, share our feelings about the different tracks, and turn each other on to new types of music!

If anybody is interested, please reply to this post. We can work out the details later but I think that this would be really fun.
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we already have several of them going on

there is the general one like you are talking about

A new punk one
in the middle of the voting process.

A hip hop one
which is in the middle of the voting process atm

One for Prog

I think there is one more somewhere but you'll have to do some searching to find it.
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