If you had to topically outline an album (music):

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    How would you do it?

    As some of you may have seen in the music Forum, I'm a recording artist. It's time I actually work on the project I've been meaning to work on for 2 years now. My self-titled Album, Genius Tracks.

    My style is dark, but it has diversity.

    If you had to outline an album, how would your ideal "replayable" be, topically and in-terms of diversity?

    For example:

    I'll have a creative intro - - and a few skits on there - - so,

    it might be like:

    intro
    dark song
    club song
    skit
    reflective song
    dark song
    political?
    religious views
    skit

    etc. etc. (and these are random and not actual ones I'd choose or use necessarily, I was just showing what I basically mean by outline).

    I've got tons myself, but I'm always open for ideas :razz:
     
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    Do we get consultation fees for the ideas we would submit? Our creative genius is worth something.
     
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    no. so you may save your ideas for your own brain. no skin off my satchel:razz:
     
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    Well dang, there goes my new 60"HDTV 3D with a salad bar and beer dispenser. :lol:
     
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    monetarily plausible...... but 3d tv's are bad for you, even the manufacturers are now saying so. that fad didn't last long.
     
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    ! Doink!
     
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    WOW.... I did not know that...

    I'm due for an upgrade and I've been shopping around. I've been looking into 3D but hadn't heard a peep about that. In any case, I was leaning against it anyway. Now I am for sure.

    Thanks for the tip.
     

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