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New Country Music Central

March 25, 2009

Hey ya’ll. As you can see, Country Music Central has undergone a transformation with a new format and some new features. Some new things to be aware of, the categories have now been included in a drop down feature under archives on the right hand side of the screen, otherwise the tabs above are the best way to go.

In addition there is a new format for the Single Reviews effective immediately. The new format will consist of four levels in the rating and each song will receive one dependent on the quality, memorability, and general enjoyability of the song. The rating are as follows:

  • Flawless – A great and entertaining song with little to no real flaws about it. The song stands out on it’s own and creates a perfect blend of artistry, vocal ability and production quality.
  • Favorable – A song that is not perfect, but really isn’t bad at all. The song is memorable, but contains some minor degrading flaws.
  • Flawed – A song is flawed, obviously, meaning that it has more than it’s fair share of errors that take away from the quality etc. of the song.
  • Forgettable – The worst of the ratings, forgettable refers not only to a song with countless errors, but also to one that is easily overpowered. This is not a common rating and takes a complete train wreck to receive.
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One Comment leave one →
  1. Leeann Ward permalink
    March 29, 2009 4:19 pm

    One thing that I like most about the navigation of this new layout is that the recent comments is readily available. It makes following the latest conversations easier.

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