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Amazing SH Forums milestones: What do 100,000 and 25,000,000 have in common?

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Gary, Feb 18, 2021.

  1. Schmeig

    Schmeig Forum Resident

    Kirkland, WA
    Congratulations on these remarkable milestones! I stumbled upon the site doing a random music search one day and snooped for a while until learning about the fabled 45RPM release of “Rumors” back around 2011 when I joined the discussion. I’ve learned much here about finding great recordings and discovering some new music. I find the discussions enlightening and often times very amusing! A silly thread I recall was one called “Death to False Yacht Rock.” Who knew one could learn what is and isn’t “yacht rock” here? Thanks for providing this space for music lovers to share!
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  2. tootull

    tootull talisman

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  3. tootull

    tootull talisman

    [Echo]For the Tull community this place has been a godsend. God bless.[/Echo]

    Cheers all!
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  4. Purple Jim

    Purple Jim Forum Resident

    Long live THE forum!
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  5. seasideboy

    seasideboy Forum Resident

    Central NJ
    Longtime member (November 2002!), infrequent poster but daily visitor. So much knowledge gained here and I've given some thoughts of my own, for better or worse, over the years. Thanks for everything and thanks to everyone behind the scenes making it tick.
    Gary, Funky Meadows, Buddybud and 2 others like this.
  6. dsdu

    dsdu Forum Resident

    Santa Cruz, CA
    SHF taught me there multitudes of opinions and tastes in music and they're all wrong except for mine.
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  7. Lord Hawthorne

    Lord Hawthorne Currently Untitled

    Portland, Oregon
    How many of those are Grant's? Hi Grant!
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  8. siebrand

    siebrand Forum Resident

    almost almost, to celebrate ... I'll open a thread on the Gratefull Dead ... it would be needed.
    Or is it better to talk, for once ... about Pink Floyd or the Beatles ^? ^ :angel:

    Happy Listening, Reading, Writing, to everyone, here! :righton::goodie:
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  9. OberonOz

    OberonOz Forum Resident

    What? Im surprised the percentage is so low!! Something must be done immediately to redress the terrible injustice!!
    Helter Skelter and Gary like this.
  10. AnnoyedRob228

    AnnoyedRob228 Well-Known Member

    Los Angeles
    100,000 is the number of times members posted that their copy of an album sounded NOSEY and 25,000,000 is the amount of times members posted that their copy of an album sounded NOISY.
  11. Lynd8

    Lynd8 Forum Resident

    New York
    1,000,000 posts, 900,000 of them asking about the best sounding Abbey Road or a "quick" question about The Who's catalog LOL
  12. WHMusical

    WHMusical Chameleon Comedian Corinthian & Caricature

    These posts above, and the impressive 1 Millionth post milestone, got my curiosity up, so I went and checked the notable members section, and it turns out that over HALF! of those 1 Million post were from just 5 members, the Top Five Posters: Grant, Oatsdad, Michael, Alexpop and our Host!

    So, together, those 5 have posted herein over 500,000 times!

    Last edited: Feb 25, 2021
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  13. mc7t

    mc7t Forum Resident

    Stoke on Trent,UK
    Whenever I get a new device (phone, PC, tablet etc), THIS site is the first bookmark that I put in my favourites/bookmark list.

    Says it all really.

    Congratulations to all on this benchmark and thank you to everyone for making my long days at work much more bearable.

    Cheers all :righton:
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  14. MikaelaArsenault

    MikaelaArsenault Forum Resident

    New Hampshire
  15. John B Good

    John B Good Forum Hall Of Fame

    NS, Canada
    I call 'em The Posters with the Mosters.
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