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Planet Robot

Post by jaminem »

My album "Planet Robot" is now available on all major streaming platforms.
I'd love it if you give it a listen....

Many thanks, Jaminem/Planet Robot.
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Listening now. :thumbup:
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Which platforms? I cant find it on youtube (and I keep clear of facebook etc.)
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It’s on :

Acrcloud, Amazon, Anghami, Apple Music, MediaNet, Boomplay, Deezer, Instagram/Facebook, Adaptr, Flo, YouTube Music, Gracenote, iHeartRadio, ClaroMusica, iTunes, Jaxsta, Joox, KKBox, Kuack Media, Mrc, NetEase, Qobuz, Pandora, Saavn, Spotify, Tencent, Tidal, TikTok/Resso/Luna, Soundtrack by Twitch and Yandex Music (beta)
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Re: Planet Robot

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Ah, those streaming things (turns up nose, and spits into the corner ;) )
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From the few I checked, it seems they all require registration just to listen - sorry, not going to happen :(
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Folderol wrote: Fri Feb 03, 2023 11:31 am From the few I checked, it seems they all require registration just to listen - sorry, not going to happen :(

Try this Folderol: https://music.youtube.com/playlist?list ... ryji_eyIy0
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Thanks Drew, Listening now :)
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Post by OneWorld »

Folderol wrote: Fri Feb 03, 2023 11:31 am From the few I checked, it seems they all require registration just to listen - sorry, not going to happen :(

Same here, as soon as I see registration I'm outta there, I cannot understand why you have to go on some database just to listen to someone's latest ditty.

They keep say China is spying on us everytime we open the fridge but goodness me, it's nothing compared to the data mining we are sucked into all the while.

I went for a medical check-up the other, I was told it was just a routine process, so I said "well ok then" but of course I had to register, and was assured no data would be released to 3rd party companies/organisations. I registered.

By the following day I was festooned with emails from wonder cure, miracle medicine and all manner of unctions and potions from some quack snake oil company in the USA - just coincidence I guess, yeah sure.

If I want someone to rummage through my bottom drawer I will go and ask them.
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blinddrew wrote: Fri Feb 03, 2023 11:49 am
Folderol wrote: Fri Feb 03, 2023 11:31 am From the few I checked, it seems they all require registration just to listen - sorry, not going to happen :(

Try this Folderol: https://music.youtube.com/playlist?list ... ryji_eyIy0

THanks for the link
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Post by Folderol »

Well that was a very good listen :thumbup:
A few thoughts:
I found the first track to be an odd choice. It didn't really prepare you for what was to come, and indeed might put some people off.
Apart from that I thought you'd done a really good job of the production as well as the composition.
An absolute standout for me is Carousel. In fact after listening to the entire album I went back to that for another listen, so congratulations to both you and Karen for that :clap:
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Post by Martin Walker »

OneWorld wrote: Fri Feb 03, 2023 12:21 pm
blinddrew wrote: Fri Feb 03, 2023 11:49 am
Folderol wrote: Fri Feb 03, 2023 11:31 am From the few I checked, it seems they all require registration just to listen - sorry, not going to happen :(

Try this Folderol: https://music.youtube.com/playlist?list ... ryji_eyIy0

THanks for the link

And from me too - listening now 8-)
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Post by jaminem »

Folderol wrote: Fri Feb 03, 2023 1:56 pm Well that was a very good listen :thumbup:
A few thoughts:
I found the first track to be an odd choice. It didn't really prepare you for what was to come, and indeed might put some people off.
Apart from that I thought you'd done a really good job of the production as well as the composition.
An absolute standout for me is Carousel. In fact after listening to the entire album I went back to that for another listen, so congratulations to both you and Karen for that :clap:

Fantastic thanks for the feedback really appreciated
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Post by tea for two »

This whole album would go down a storm in certain clubs.
I dig the art work as well with the Forbidden Planet robot on the da Vinci style.
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tea for two wrote: Fri Feb 10, 2023 11:43 pm This whole album would go down a storm in certain clubs.
I dig the art work as well with the Forbidden Planet robot on the da Vinci style.

Cool, thanks for your feedback - I spent a LOT of time in clubs and at free parties back in the day so not surprised some of it rubbed off!

The other half of Planet Robot did the artwork - the so called 'Vitruvian Bot' although I've spent the last year calling it the Peruvian bot much to his annoyance...
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