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Link Please, part deux... / 2005-02-10 17:16

STOP ADDING BOOTLEGS AND INCOMPLETE ALBUMS!

Read the rules. It's not allowed, period. Also goes for worthless re-releases, V.A compilations, unreleased albums and the likes. Just don't do it. If you don't know the tracklisting do NOT add the album!

I posted a similar message nearly a year ago but it's still happening. If you want your reports to be processed faster and if you want the band queue to stay open more frequently, all you have to do is read and follow the rules. It makes our job much easier. For those of you who already do follow our rules, well you know who to blame.

Please realize that we log the user and timestamp for every release that gets added in the database, so we know who does what. And we systematically ban people who fail to follow those rules. You add a bootleg, you get banned. You add an album with uncertain or incomplete tracklisting, you get banned.

Thank you for your comprehension.

-Morrigan