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Thursday, December 24, 2009

Spintown Christmas 2009 #7

I've been talking about making some changes here for awhile. Today you can see 1 of those changes, even though it's a work in progress still. I'm guessing you noticed the 3 little buttons above titled "Songs Of The Day", "Dance" & "Music Videos". Well in an attempt to make this blog less cluster fucked & to make it easier for you to find the type of videos you like I started 3 new blogs that are a part of Spintown.

So if you come here for the dance videos; all you have to do is click the "Dance" button, and it'll take to the part of Spintown that only features dance related videos.

If you visit this site because you like the singers & musicians I feature; all you have to do is click the "Songs Of The Day" button, and it'll take you to the part of Spintown that only features people sitting in front of a web cam singing or playing their instrument of choice. VideoSongs will be included there as well.

The "Music Video" button takes you to the part of Spintown that features professional & amature music videos. This could include the type of quality you would see on MTV, or something as simple as a lip dub video by a YouTuber that made me laugh.

BUT SPIN! WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO THIS PAGE! Don't worry, this will serve as the home page for all of Spintown, and I'll continue to post Song Fu & Song Fight Reviews here. As well as original material like the "Spintown Interviews..." & "Pain For Laughs" videos. Sometimes I might even post a special or themed blog here (like these Christmas blogs).

Your feedback is very much needed, because this is an effort to make things better for you. You can stay subscribed to Spintown just as you are, or you can subscribe to only a portion of Spintown. If you only want to follow the dance stuff, then go click the dance button, and subscribe to that blog only. Heck you can subscribe to all 4 if you want. It doesn't matter, you experience Spintown in whatever way suits you.

Last Christmas (Literal Version)
In case you haven't seen it yet, HERE's the interview I did with Dustin McLean. He's the guy who started this "Literal Music Video" trend.

Singing Christmas House
You just have to wonder how much free time some people have.

X-Mas Medley
Here's a nice medley from HughJaZZ.

Santa's Pants
Once again, here's the Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppets.

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