I have so many album ideas in my head, taken from reading lines in lists, paragraphs, book summaries, and other things. What troubles me is that I can't have too many Rubix Records albums, because I feel the number of movies and albums from the Rubix company is supposed to be balanced.
To solve this problem, I've decided not to release every one of my fan-made albums on the Rubix Records label, but rather release them from an existing record label, like maybe Atlantic Records, Island Records, Mercury Records, Interscope Records, or Epic Records.
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The reason I focus mainly on the second track of an album when writing a page on it is kind of a long story, but sometime on the December 2007 calendar and when I was almost eight years old, I started to develop a skill of determining whether the key of a song is cool or warm (in other words, whether or not a song is played in a sharp key). I had a problem, however, with certain songs played in the key of C# Major, especially some of those songs from LeAnn Rimes' debut 1996 album Blue. "One Way Ticket (Because I Can)" and "The Light in Your Eyes" used to make me cry a lot until I was about ten.
Although I sometimes couldn't stand C#-Major music, in the late summer of 2008, I started to become strongly interested in albums where pretty much …Read more >