RE: [Hybrid] MSN Music / Airless.... And The Charts
- On Tue, 3 Sep 2002, Chilvers, Simon wrote:
> Also.... I seriously doubt that Visable Noise/Know Your Enemy will getAs far as I can tell this is more of a limited release than a full-blown
> anywhere in the charts!! The stores ran out yesterday simple because they
> only ordered a few in!! Not like they do when Oasis or those twats off Pop
> Idol release a single and they order copies in their dozens!!
chart release though. There dosn't seem to be any hint of remixes and as
far as I know the release is just the CD and the 12". I've not seen the CD
yet though, so I am a tad speculative here; am I right in guessing that
the CD just has the two tracks on it plus maybe an edit?
I think that VN/KYE is an album pre-release to keep us lot happy that is
probably eligible for the charts, but not expected (or marketed) to do
anything in the charts.
When Hybrid do their first 'major' release from the album, then we can
expect to see the larger quantities and the promotion on-par with what
we've seen with recent Way Out West releases. Which is all good fun :-)
> Amongst other things I bought yesterday afternoon was over £120 worth ofOuch, that's a lot of vinyl. I wish I could afford to buy more vinyl. One
> vinyl... But I don't want to go into that... My head's still hurting from
> having to say "NO" to all the other vinyl that I wanted to buy!!
day, one day ...
Record collection growing painfully slowly ...
Must ... graduate, get big job, earn pile of cash, buy decks, then spend
excessively on vinyl :-)
- --- In HybridUK@y..., "Chilvers, Simon" <simon.chilvers@a...> wrote:
> Also.... I seriously doubt that Visable Noise/Know Your Enemy willget
> anywhere in the charts!! The stores ran out yesterday simplebecause they
> only ordered a few in!! Not like they do when Oasis or those twatsoff Pop
> Idol release a single and they order copies in their dozens!!I was a tad sarcastic.
Guess I should have been a bit more "in yer face", eh?
Honestly... Distinctive... work with us on this will ya? Tickles me
pink when labels complain about downloading and when you want to
actually buy a CD it's not available...
I know the record stores are partially to blame too, but it's all
about marketing and accurate calculation of demand & supply, which
apparently was dismissed this time again.