'Must Visit' sites & links

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I'd love to get an invitation to the Pepperland forum.
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RubberSolof wrote: Mon Mar 21, 2022 3:01 am Personally, I love a bunch of "Albums That Never Were" type stuff...or at least the ones that are jam-packed with information and beautifully thought out and presented.

Here are three of my favorites and all include links and aren't just hypotheticals (which I HATE!):

hXXp://albumsthatneverwere.blogspot.com/ Updated infrequently but Incredible backlog of stuff
hXXps://albumsiwishexisted2.blogspot.com/ Another personal favorite updated every couple of days
hXXps://albumsthatshouldexist.blogspot.com/ Perhaps the best of them all -Huge Back Catalog thoroughly researched blog. GREAT STUFF!!

All of these are awesome, it's hard to pick a favorite, but if I had to pick one, I'd go with Albums That Should Exist, Lovenoize's blog is great, but a lot of his albums are "Fantasy" type of things, well edited and well made, but not something I'd download and listen to, as opposed to ATSE.

This is my first time seeing Albums I Wish Existed, and by the looks of it, it's more so a website compiling fan-albums rather than making their own? Either way, I love the variety over there, it's not everyday that you see Dr. Dre, Simon and Garfunkel and Aphex Twin all on the same website.
jpgrcat wrote: Fri Mar 04, 2022 9:33 pm hxxps://anyoldtimemusic.blogspot.com/
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This 50's site, type in FLAC in the Search box
Some stuff in FLAC
Absolutely amazing websites! Never heard of either but I'll definitely download from them when I can.
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Chacun à son goût...I think SonicLoveNoize's works (especially the Who, the Beatles, and the Turtles) are unmatchable.
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