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    January 02, 2011

    In an effort to give the fueledbyramen.com community a single place to voice feedback, opinions, ideas and requests on anything from site support issues to suggestions on merchandise and anything in between, we've created this 'Feedback and Suggestions' blog. We will be checking this blog regularly and look forward to hearing from you.

    Adam and Fueled By Ramen

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on January 2, 2011 - 7:00pm

In an effort to give the fueledbyramen.com community a single place to voice feedback, opinions, ideas and requests on anything from site support issues to suggestions on merchandise and anything in between, we've created this 'Feedback and Suggestions' blog. We will be checking this blog regularly and look forward to hearing from you.

Adam and Fueled By Ramen

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debdynamite's picture

i have a mac and the cobra starship photobooth won't recognize my camera.

incognito's picture

to Panicfan: Hello. FBR doesn't actually monitor this page-- or if they do, they don't answer questions. I can tell you, though, that Panic's meet & greet opportunities are usually through their fan club, Northerndownpour. You can find it at northerndownpour.com. Joining is about $30 a year, plus shipping for your fan club package. You get your yearly bundle, and there are a lot of pre-sale opportunities for concert tickets and you can sign up for meet & greets. I think not everyone who signs up actually gets in, but it probably depends on how many do sign up. You'd have to ask someone official about that. So, to the best of my knowledge, there's your answer. :)

Panicfan's picture

Hey im wondering do you uys do meet and greets with panic at the disco? thanks for your time :)

lisztomanias's picture

I think you shouldn't put the contests on Facebook. I don't have a Facebook but sometimes I really want to enter the contests, and I shouldn't have to make one to enter it. It's not fair to me or anyone else without one that we cannot join.

anita's picture

http://youtu.be/l5KYN2lLNtI u guys should so check this kid out.. next big thing!

incognito's picture

Anybody out there know a place to get answers to industry/sales questions like mine and Calysta Rose's? Apparently nobody actually checks this place after all.

Rob Sandera the Wildman's picture

one more thing I think you should call a meeting of the guys in Paramore. I think they made a simple mistake acting in haste without talking things out with Haley. The band all makes each other and if they want to pursue solo careers maybe they should work on a separate record while together or something. I'm kind of old (52) for Paramores music but I enjoy Haley because she is sort of different and unique. As is their writing capabilities. I hate to see that lost. They all belong as a team. Many fans felt bewildered sort of abandoned.

Rob Sandera the Wildman's picture

I was wondering when you record Versaemerges videos if Sierra is being micked through a lexicon PCM 96. Or TC Helicon. She seems to sound fantastic with more presence but in the live you tube videos I see it sounds like the live show is lacking reverb or something. I am a guitarist keyboard singer harmonica player etc working on some stuff to release this year. Could use a little help in the pa setup area. We ran 3 peavey cs800's and a Roland space echo back in the early 80s with a Band I lived with. Rob Sandera “Wildman”

incognito's picture

I'd like to see the answer to Calysta Rose's question myself. When I buy full digital albums for other people, are they counting toward the sales figures? I assume all sales are welcome when it comes to income, but do some types of purchases help a band's official sales numbers better than others? It's hard for me to do gifts from iTunes, so do my Amazon mp3 purchases help sales numbers? How does that work?

Calysta Rose's picture

I have a couple of questions about record sales.

Are the various versions of an album (deluxe, standard & digital, etc) all counted together or separately for the sales figures? If they are counted separately, which version(s) are better to get in terms of ranking the album on the important charts?

I'm asking because when I'm enthused about a band I'll buy more than one copy of an album (usually a deluxe physical & deluxe digital) for myself. But I also like to gift the album to people that can't afford to get it. So I would like to maximize the effect of those purchases for the band at the same time.

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