Re: [fearnwhiskey] Re: not a playlist check out: terrific new Clem Snide "Soft Spot" CD
- I love Clem Snide. Always have. I am disappointed in the new one, though.
And I'm really disappointed that they are using street teams in this manner. Street Teams don't have to be bad (ie deceptive).
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From: Rob Jefferson
Sent: Tuesday, July 01, 2003 10:30 AM
Subject: Re: [fearnwhiskey] Re: not a playlist check out: terrific new Clem Snide "Soft Spot" CD
On Tue, 1 Jul 2003, samchecker wrote:
> Hey, the Clem Snide street team has arrived! Did you get a new T-shirt
> for this or just an invite to a "very special" listening party?
On a related note, Pitchfork has provided the world with a deliciously
brutal review of said Clem Snide album:
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- --On Wednesday, July 2, 2003 10:08 AM -0400 Steve Gardner
> I love Clem Snide. Always have. I am disappointed in the new one, though.The new one doesn't do much for me either, but I can't hate a band that
gives me an opportunity to air a song called "The Junky Jews". Only Fats
Waller's "Cash for Your Trash" comes as close to discussing my research
> And I'm really disappointed that they are using street teams in thisKeep this in mind record peoples! Steve is the Irving Azoff of bluegrass
> manner. Street Teams don't have to be bad (ie deceptive).
and can buy and sell you all day long.* Play nice.
*only a foot taller. And blond.