1. avatar Cormcolash
    It shouldn't be called CD Reviews because it should be used for tapes and Vinyl as well. I am at a loss to think of a better name for it right now, though. The stuff I can think of just doesn't sound right. But when I do get something I'll put it up here.
  2. avatar fastfude
    It's also got to fit on those little buttons too, don't forget

    Although good point all the same.
  3. avatar EPK
    Let's not forget acetates,which aren't really vinyl....and minidiscs....and DVDs....and wax cylinders...and etc etc
  4. avatar Cormcolash
    Yeah, but theres obviously too many formats to put them all on the wee button. I mentioned CD Vinyl and Tapes cause they are the main formats that bands bring releases out on. But we need a word that covers all formats, I just can't think of one that sounds right.
  5. avatar EPK
    How about releases?
  6. avatar fastfude
    "Release reviews" is a bit long. "Releases" on its own might sound like it's a posting forum for letting people know when your latest demo is out or something, which it ain't.
  7. avatar Cormcolash
    I was thinking that too. How about 'Recordings'? That probably won't work either, but I just can't think of anything good. Maybe it should just be kept CD Reviews.
  8. avatar Cormcolash
    How about 'Reviews - Other'. Its only 1 letter longer than the live reviews, and being directly under live reviews it would make sense. As long as fools don't start putting friggin book reviews up and stuff! But crap like that can be deleted anyway.
  9. avatar Suki Monster
    Demo reviews?And stop people reviewing albums which arent local.
  10. avatar EPK
    Local Releases......stuns two birds with one stone.
  11. avatar Suki Monster
    Thats tha one.
  12. avatar Andrew
    I'd go for "Recordings". "Local Releases" sounds too much like something from Johnny Hero's old Sunday Life column...
  13. avatar die the flu
    How about "CD Reviews" and using your common sense... ;)
  14. avatar EPK
    Couldn't do that. If we did that I bet people'd be up in arms wanting to change it after a while.