Nicky wrote:Not playlisting Target is probably the most shocking Playlist choice i've seen on the station in a while, to be honest. Superb track.
Speaking of playlists, I noticed that Panic at the Disco!'s 'I Write Sins Not Tragedies' was playlisted today. Surely they're not re-releasing this already... Did you lot have it on the playlist when it was first releasd, and have you had any reason as to why its being re-released? Anything to do with winning the MTV VMA award? And any thoughts of how heavy it will be played?
Sorry... The song got me massively into the band, and i'm curious. Camisado would have been a better choice then to re-release a song thing I thought done alright first time round.
Hey, we're not saying there are not people who will like the song. But there's only room for around 50+ songs on our playlist and there are lots of factors as to why songs get on.
Aled wrote:Will find out more about Panic! track
Longview01 wrote:Embraces Song doesnt get played on radio 1 and suddenly Danny is on the news saying "we are gonna split"
fish heads wrote:You say that as if it is Chris and Dave who construct the playlist and have diliberatly left them off.
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Aled wrote:stevotrash Esq. wrote:Aled wrote:Eddie wrote:Aled, why did you say "Please God no" When someone said bring back Mark and Lard. They were absolutely excellent and I think (most) people on here agree with that.
They had a small but very dedicated group of fans, which is what you'd want for a specialist show, for a daytime show you want broad appeal. Colin and Edith put on a million after taking over. I felt like I was listening to my dad and his mate listening to Mark and Lard.
I think Mark is a genius broadcaster and suited so well to Radio 2.
Fair point with the whole mainstream arguement but describing their show as listening to a dad and his mate is disparaging. Their show was clever, original, scripted radio which alot of people didn't get/like rather than just being two old blokes just nattering on.
Using my dad as an example wasn't suggesting either Mark and Lard or my dad aren't brilliant people! It was merely a suggestion of the age that they sounded. More work went into their shows than almost any other radio show I know. Not arguing there at all.
stevotrash Esq. wrote:
As the beeb are supposed to be catering broad tastes and offering alternatives, do you think that the placing the unsual/specialist shows towards the evening part of the schedule is a always a good thing?
Yudster wrote:Aled, on your birthday, I thought it was a really nice moment when the others played you a message from your boyfriend. You sounded genuinely moved - did you really not know it was going to happen? That was one of my favourite shows.
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