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March 31, 2008


As someone who's always Googling bands I'd have to agree with that. A wikipedia entry is often one of the first results to come up and very often will contain links to all the band's websites. It's definitely one I'll hit first.

Hi Drew, interesting post - I have to agree with you. One of the best places/sites for information on a celebrity, band or DJ tends to be Wikipedia. However, if I am looking to find a DJ by his music style I would tend to visit www.djmag.com - which also includes its annual top 100 DJs and that usually highlights what style they play etc so can be useful.

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