The purpose of this blog is threefold; first to test this feature and make sure it works. Second to display my amazing wit and writing skills, and more importantly, third, to tell you about a website I found for all you displaced cd-tracker.com users.

by Erik T

I imagine, like me, and most anal retentive metalheads, you guys like to keep track of your hundreds or thousands of metal albums, and for many, cd-tracker.com was an invaluable resource. I actually acquired and traded away several CDs through the site. That is until it suddenly went ‘POOF!’ and took my meticulously entered, 1,000+ CD collection with it.

So now what? A word doc? Some third-party pay-to-use download? Those aurally challenged Nazi bastards at Metal Archives? (“We are sorry your band submission is not considered ‘metal’ by our mongoloid, barely English-speaking standards, but we do think Killswitch Engage, Protest the Hero, and As I Lay Dying are fine. Oh and we don’t think grindcore is metal. Thank you”).

No sir.

Enter RecordNerd (thanks to forum member Ohiogrinder). A site almost identical in features to cd-tracker, but it allows you to not only enter CDs (with the for trade/not for trade options), but also track t-shirts, DVDs, vinyl and even books. So, now you can go ahead and enter you Dragonforce t-shirts and your 4th Edition rules Dungeons and Dragon Dungeon Keeper manual! Yay! Cast level four happiness!

Check RecordNerd, and while you at it feel free to peruse my ever expanding CD list by clicking here. Though it is still a work in progress. I have yet to enter my “DUMMY’S GUIDE TO CD REVIEWING” book.



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