>They said it couldn’t happen. Then they said it shouldn’t happen. Then they said that they’d let it happen if we please just left them alone and stopped making silent phone calls at 3 am. So here it is: the ALL-NEW* A New Band A Day e-Book 2!
If this was a website, we’d say it was 2.0, or 3.0, or whichever version of the internets we’re up to now, but it’s not, so it’s just Book Number Two. But this is how it’s better than the lovely ANBAD e-Book 1, which has now adopted ‘less loved elder sibling’ status:
- Longer-lasting, bigger, firmer reviews!
- Better bands than ever before!
- Much less cobbled-together-at-last-minute feel!
- Higher Appreciation-Of-Pun-Quota than ever before!
Anyway, you can download it here and judge for yourself. If you’re new to ANBAD, or have short-term memory problems due to all the gin, or want to read to the best reviews of the best bands without having to sift through the wheat and the chaff in the archive – this book is for you.
And it’s free! Like music off the internet! Except legal. And you can’t listen to it. Unless you click the links.
Please share and enjoy.
Joe Sparrow – March 2009
PS – If you’re the type of person who’d like to show some sort of compensatory gratitude (crazy, I know, but some people do) – just click on a c0uple of the super-unintrusive ads on the left. But remember, in the words of dreadful wedding invites, ‘your presence is worth more than your presents’. Although that’s not strictly true in fiscal terms.
* OK, two bands from the last book slipped in there by mistake. We’re not actual geniuses, you know.