Lend a hand with some tapetrading research?
Patrick Godley is working on a research paper on tapetrading and could use your help.
Typhoon Ferri wins MTV award and gives away CDs
The Rock/Funk band from Boston, MA is pushing their dance-able groove rock around the globe and wants your help spreading the word. MTV calls them the best unsigned rock/funk band in March of 2000, and The Boston Globe reported that their MP3 song “Infamous” was the most heavily downloaded song at their website in February. The band is offering a free CD only available to people from the Tape Trading Network (and locals in the Boston area). Visit www.TyphoonFerri.com/tapetrade.html to to get your free copy of Chopin’s revolutionary study.
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