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A list of all the new sections added to amIright in the past month. We also have a new "music trivia" category to place sections that didn't really belong anywhere else.

   Full story is at amIright News. Article was posted on July 26 by ChuckyG

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Regina Olsen - August 01, 2007 - Report this comment
Neat new sections. In addition to the Song title spooneriosms section, I'd like to see performer name spoonerisms and song lyric spoonerisms. Also, it would be good to index some sections in more ways: like if Music Places were indexed by place referred to as well as by performer and / or song. Also it would be nice to see songs that mention other songs indesed by the other song mentioned and Celebrity mentions indexed by celebrity, etc.
ChuckyG - August 02, 2007 - Report this comment
I wasn't sure if there would be a lot of interesting performer name spoonerisms... though judging from the large amount of song title spoonerisms, I assume there would be.

Music Places is sort of preliminary work for a new possible site spin off. While I'd like to sort it a different way, the way the information gets entered right now doesn't make that easy to do.

As for the other sort options, I'll have to think about that. Makes sense, not sure about how to code it, but I have some ideas.
Jessica Junderworth - August 06, 2007 - Report this comment
I'd like to see a page under "Real Lyrics" for strained lyrics, that is strained to fit the meter of the song. For example, in Elton John's "Candle In The Wind", the line "Hollywood created a superstar" has about four syllables more than what would really fit the meter. Then later in the song, there's a similar effect with "Who sees you as something more than sexual".

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