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Mad Music Dementia Top 20, Episode 10-21, May 21, 2010
Topic: Mad Music Dementia Top 20, Episode 10-21, May 21, 2010

This show has 8 parts:


Part 2
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#17You Ain't Screamed Nelson YetRick Cormier
#16Bathroom BluesMax DeGroot
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  • Exodar Disco
  •   [first known play]
    Greyfoo Doomhammer feat. Ember Isolte
    Part 3
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    #15Lost Without My LostPower Salad
    #14State of ArizonaMax DeGroot
    Part 5
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    #10Just Give The Money To MeTom Smith
    #9I Verbed A Noun [new record - 48th week]Below Average Dave
    #8StoogeFighterCirque du So What?
    Part 6
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    #7Flight CheckDevo Spice feat. Insane Ian
    #6The Ballad of Dr. StoppWorm Quartet
    Part 7
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    #5Marry'd Lyfe debut  [first known play]Insane Ian
    #4Clones of You debutRick Cormier
    #3DiG DuGInsane Ian
    #2CensusMax DeGroot
    Part 8
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  • Silicon Valley Girl
  • The Blow Kings
    #1Fair Use [2nd week at #1]DJ Particle
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    DJ Particle   Offline  -  Moderator, Artist & D.J.  -  05-22-10 12:21 AM  -  9 years ago
    fiogf49gjkf0d
    Thanks for all your votes! :) *hughugs*
    ricloose   Offline  -  Artist  -  05-24-10 09:27 AM  -  9 years ago
    fiogf49gjkf0d
    Is this where I go to contact other FUMPers? I'm just trying to fit in around the dementia circles. I started submitting to the FUMP a few years ago but, stopped because there didn't seem to be much interest in my music; few comments, especially from the core members of the FUMP.
    ricloose   Offline  -  Artist  -  05-24-10 10:13 AM  -  9 years ago
    fiogf49gjkf0d
    Is this where I go to contact other FUMPers? I'm just trying to fit in around the dementia circles. I started submitting to the FUMP a few years ago but, stopped because there didn't seem to be much interest in my music; few comments, especially from the core members of the FUMP.
    Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  05-24-10 11:43 AM  -  9 years ago
    fiogf49gjkf0d
    I'd like to think the site was instrumental in the FuMP's creation. Most, if not all, of their main group joined this site at some point. It's 2 years older than the FuMP, after all. They just don't participate an immense amount. Much has been made about how to change that. Presumably, they go to all the cons together and participate in the site they made themselves. They know each other through all that and they no longer need other outlets to network on.

    I expect that to actually make any money doing this, you have to attend and perform at every con possible to maximize the sale of your merchandise. Having your stuff available on a site is one thing, but if fans actually see you perform, more t-shirts and CDs will move. I'm guessing the logistics of it all are rather intense. Add a day job to that and the schedule can get a bit full, so they're not going to be able to comment on everything they hear. It's not so much lack of interest as it is, "Crap! I've got to got be at the con in Big Thighs, Arkansas this weekend to sell all the stuff I've got in the van." Or something.

    It's sooo hard to post responses on show forums. Keep getting errors and have to copy the response, navigate away from the page and try over & over. And yes, I saw the double post- last time I tried to delete a duplicate post on something other than the main forum, both posts vanished, so I'm not going to chance it.
    DJ Particle   Offline  -  Moderator, Artist & D.J.  -  05-24-10 12:59 PM  -  9 years ago
    fiogf49gjkf0d
    I'd say, Rick, that the fact that you had highest debut this past weekend (and your previous song is on its 3rd week in DT20) is a sign that your work *does* have interest :)

    And in early 2008, "Commando" was no slouch on the DT20 either *heh*

    When I first played "Clones of You" on Revenge on 5/15, I got a lot of positive reviews in the Dementia Radio chat room (EFNet channel #dementia) :) FuMPers hang out there too, in fact, 2 main FuMPers (Chris Mezzolesta and Luke Ski) have shows on Dementia Radio, and are in the chat room during their shows. :)
    peterpuck9   Offline  -  Participant  -  05-24-10 11:17 PM  -  9 years ago
    fiogf49gjkf0d
    I always liked Rick Cormier's songs. They always seemed to get a lot of votes. You can't always go by FuMP comments to gauge popularity.

    weirdojace   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  05-25-10 02:00 PM  -  9 years ago
    fiogf49gjkf0d
    You can also make an effort to talk to them by adding them as friends on Facebook. They don't bite. :)

    And yeah, I recommend trying to get into some cons. I know that Con on the Cob in October is coming up and ShoEboX of Worm Quartet is running the dementia track.
    Max DeGroot   Offline  -  Artist  -  05-25-10 05:12 PM  -  9 years ago
    fiogf49gjkf0d
    Rick Cormier, you're one of the people I want to talk to.

    You do the comedy club circuit. I was wondering how to go about marketting myself to comedy clubs. How one goes about doing that, and the like.
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