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NAZZ
SITE MAP
PAGE INDEX
[What's New]
MUSIC
[Intro]
[Personnel] [Nazz] [Nazz Nazz] [III] [From Philadelphia] [13th and Pine] [Nazz vs. Toddzilla] [Retrospective Foresight]
REFERENCE
[Print Media/Books] [Audio Media/Discography] [Video Media/Filmography] [Other Nazz links]
MISC
[Classifieds]
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NAZZ
WHAT's NEW
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What's new on this web page?

If you see the date changing on this page, without an announcement in this section, it is probably something like fixing minor coding problems, spelling errors, minor layout changes, new page on this site (so I changed bottom index), ... Any major changes to this page, will be announced here.

November 12, 2006. That didn't take long. I just picked up Nazz Nazz (including Nazz III The Fungo Bat Sessions), the new 2 CD set of both the second and thrid albums with 18 bonus tracks. Most are alternative versions, including some tunes you many not have heard before.

November 9, 2006. Nazz and Nazz Nazz have been rereleased with bonus tracks. I just picked up Nazz and looking forward to getting (and detailing on my site) Nazz Nazz.

July 18, 2005. I just noticed that the ezBoard message board that I had set up for this web site had been deleted. Since restoration of the deleted conference is only available to subscribers to their service, and since the activity was relatively light, I not planning on looking for another message board. If you do think a message board is worth while, or you have a message board that you like, let me know and I may promote it here. As always you can contact me here.

November 1, 2004. I just picked up the Nazz vs. Toddzilla CD. Yet another compilation of studio demos and alternate takes. What makes this collection nice, is the inclusion of two videos, and 100+ images (magazine articles, magazines articles, band photos, ...).

October 19, 2003. Robert "Stewkey" Antoni is making music again. T R Bazaar has a DVD of a recent performance.

March 10, 2001. It looks like I may have been premature in moving to a new web hosting site. I just found out that whenever Tripod.com is having hardware or software problems with their servers, they put up a message for the webmaster that their site is in violation of terms, and the web site has been deleted (instead of a message about system problems and try again later). Anyway, I believed Tripod.com when they said they deleted my account, so I will be moving, and making chromeoxide.com my new home on the web.

March 10, 2001. As long as I am moving my entire site, I decided to make a few changes to the layout of the individual pages, and the web site in general, including (but not limited to) I removed the counter, and moved the listings of mirror sites to the bottom of the page, ...

March 6, 2001. Sometime between March 1 to March 5, 2001 Tripod deleted my account/web site. The last stats Tripod gave me were 9,000+ visitors per month. Since my site is so popular, I have decided to keep it going, in spite of this major setback. But rather than trying to build up another free web site, and possibly deal with this problem again, I decided go with CommandLine.net to host the new chromeoxide.com.

October 31, 2000. The new Chrome Oxide Music Collectors Pages Message Board is provided by EZBoard.

October 16, 2000. I was just contacted by a Richard Blake, a friend of Carson Van Osten, so in the near future I am hoping to have updates on what the individual members are up to, as well as some additional information on what has happened in the past.

October 31, 1999. There used to be a complete listing of all the bands featured on this site at the bottom of each page on this site. The complete band list has now been moved to the Site Map.

Back in June 1997 when I started this site, the index at the bottom of the page seemed like a good idea. Due to the amazing growth of this site, I now think that the Site Map is a better way to do it.

I will continue to list the featured band of the month at the bottom of each page on this site.

December 3, 2002 CD Now is undergoing changes, and asked that ALL links be removed.
October 28, 1999 I signed up with CD Now.

October 22, 1999. The Chrome Oxide Music Collector Pages web site hit the big time! And I didn't even know it.

Tripod stats showed that this web site had more than 4,000 unique visitors last month (September 1999). Because of that, Tripod has increased my web space from 11mb to 50mb.

October 1, 1999. I started creating this page. :-)

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NAZZ
INTRO:
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Nazz, was a band from Philadelphia, PA that first formed in July 1967. They got a recording contract in February 1968. They recorded three studio albums. (Or maybe two. The material used for the second (Nazz Nazz) and third (III) albums was originally intended to be a double album. However, they decided against that.) Todd left the band in mid 1969 (after the release of the second album), and since there was enough material in the vaults, the third album was released.

While Nazz were heavily influenced by the 1960s British invasion, their sound also had touches of psychedelia, power pop, ...

And now for a bit of trivia:

The Nazz took their name from a Yardbirds b-side The Nazz Are Blue.

Todd and Carson were in a band together Woody's Truck Stop before meeting up with Stewkey and Thom to form Nazz. Five demo tracks from that period are now commercially available: That's Right-You're Wrong, Why Is It Me, The Times Have Changed, She Must Be Blind and Rock Me Baby.

The Nazz records were released on the Screen Gems label, which was named and created to only release anything the Nazz might record.

The Nazz used to like to play Jumping Jack Flash - Rolling Stones and Tighten UP - Archie Bell and the Drells during their sound check as warm up tunes.

The recent CD 13th and Pine, is named after the address in Philadelphia where Carson and Todd lived together before they formed the Nazz.

The band's home base was New York, but they came to Los Angeles to record their albums.

One evening when Nazz was opening for Poco in Texas, Stewky got arrested, and when Thom tried to bail Stewky out, he got arrested as well. Fortunately, they both ended up getting out in time to play for that evenings show.

After Todd Rundgren left the band, Stewkey and Thom joined a band with Rick Neilsen. And they would play clubs using either Nazz or Cheap Trick or Fuse as their name. Ready I Am, a song they used to play in these days, later became part of set list for the eventual verion of Cheap Trick.

What are the band members up to now?

Robert "Stewkey" Antoni was in Elizabeth before Nazz, and went on to work with Fuse (which later became Cheap Trick), ??? Was a room mate of Peter Tork (Monkees) in the early 1970s. Robert now owns the master tapes of all the Nazz recordings. And Robert has been releasing some of the Nazz outtakes/alternate takes on vinyl and CD.

Of the four members, Todd Rundgren seems to have gone on to the most success after leaving the band. Some of Todd's current projects include making music for himself (solo, Utopia, ...), producing music for himself and others (Grand Funk, Hall & Oats, Meat Loaf, Tubes, ...), and writing software.

Jeri Van Osten
Carson Van Osten and Richard Blake - April 2000

Jeri Van Osten

Carson Van Osten, Richard Blake - April 2000

In 1971 Carson Van Osten was living in the San Fernando Valley. Carson went into animation (starting with drawing cartoons), and he moved up the ranks over the years to become an executive, before recently retiring.

Thom Mooney was in Munchkins before Nazz, and has gone on to work with Fuse (which later became Cheap Trick), Curtis Brothers, Paris (Bob Welch and Glenn Cornick) 1976, Tattoo 1976, Danny O'Keefe 1978, John Hiatt 1979, David Werner 1979, Noel & The Red Wedge (Mitchell Froom, Frankie Banali) 1982, David Ball 1983, Cindy Bullens, Rita Coolidge 1983 - 1984, (turned down the chance to work with Elton John while working with Rita Coolidge), Tom Peterson (Cheap Trick), Jimmy Buffett 1987, Free Fair/Shuffle (lasted about 3 years-only released one 45-Put Myself Together-after which the singer Rick Fitts became an actor), Tom MacLear, Ken O'Malley, ...

Comments and corrections would be appreciated.

And of course, any audio-video-print additions to my collection would be appreciated.

I am also interested in getting wider exposure for this site. So links from your site to mine would be appreciated. And if you know of any sites that allow/encourage submission, I would also appreciate knowing about them as well.

Do you have any articles, books, albums, tapes, CDs, ... on this band that you would like reviewed and / or integrated into this page?

Do you have any other band that you would like to see a page for on this site?

Please send to:

Chrome Oxide
P.O.Box 8106
Mission Hills, CA 91346-8106

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NAZZ
Personnel
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PERSONNEL:
        Robert "Stewkey" Antoni - vocals, piano, organ
        Todd Rundgren - guitar
        Carson Van Osten - bass
        Thom Mooney - drums
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Nazz
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GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Nazz' cover

LIVE SHOW: June 16, 1967 Second Of Autumn, Philadelphia, PA
LIVE SHOW: June 17, 1967 Second Of Autumn, Philadelphia, PA
LIVE SHOW: June 18, 1967 Town Hall, Philadelphia, PA (opening for the Doors)

LIVE SHOW: September 1, 1967 Cheetah, Santa Monica, CA (a7) (box-buf)
LIVE SHOW: September 2, 1967 Cheetah, Santa Monica, CA (a7) (box-buf)

STUDIO SESSION: demos (recorded late 1967)
(a1)    Train Kept A-Rollin'
(a1)    Magic Me (different than version on 3rd album)
(a1)    See What You Can Be

LIVE SHOW: December 7, 19?? Second Of Autumn, Philadelphia, PA
LIVE SHOW: December 8, 19?? Second Of Autumn, Philadelphia, PA
LIVE SHOW: December 9, 19?? Second Of Autumn, Philadelphia, PA
LIVE SHOW: December 10, 19?? Second Of Autumn, Philadelphia, PA

LIVE SHOW: January ??, 1968 Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA

STUDIO SESSION: Nazz (released October 1968)
(recorded April 1968 I.D. Sound Studios, Hollywood, CA)
(a1)    Open My Eyes
(a1)    Back Of Your Mind
(a1)    See What You Can Be
(a1)    Hello It's Me
(a1)    Wildwood Blues
(a1)    If That's The Way You Feel
(a1)    When I Get My Plane
(a1)    Lemming Song
(a1)    Crowded
(a1)    She's Goin' Down

ALTERNATE TRACKS:
(a1)    Open My Eyes (demo)
    (a4)Open My Eyes (demo/alternate)
(a1)    Open My Eyes (mono single)
(a1)    Hello It's Me (demo)
    (a4)Hello It's Me (demo/audition)
(a1)    Hello It's Me (mono single)
(a1)    Lemming Song (demo)
    (a4)Lemming Song (acetate)
(a1)    Crowded (demo)
    (a4)Crowded (demo)

(a1)    The Nazz Are Blue (live)

LIVE SHOW: May 9, 1968 Whisky-A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA
LIVE SHOW: May 10, 1968 Whisky-A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA
LIVE SHOW: May 11, 1968 Whisky-A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA
LIVE SHOW: May 12, 1968 Whisky-A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA

LIVE SHOW: September 10, 1968 Cafe Au Go-Go, New York
LIVE SHOW: September 11, 1968 Cafe Au Go-Go, New York
LIVE SHOW: September 12, 1968 Cafe Au Go-Go, New York
LIVE SHOW: September 13, 1968 Cafe Au Go-Go, New York
LIVE SHOW: September 14, 1968 Cafe Au Go-Go, New York
LIVE SHOW: September 15, 1968 Cafe Au Go-Go, New York
LIVE SHOW: September ??, 1968 Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA
LIVE SHOW: September ??, 1968 Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA

LIVE SHOW: October 1968 Ronnie Scott's, England

LIVE SHOW: November 1, 1968 Cafe Au Go-Go, New York

LIVE SHOW: December 1968 2nd Of Autumn, Philadelphia
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Nazz Nazz
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GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Nazz Nazz' cover

STUDIO SESSION: Nazz Nazz (released April 1969)
(a2)    Forget All About It
(a2)    Not Wrong Long
(a2)    Rain Rider
(a2)    Gonna Cry Today
(a2)    Meridian Leeward
(a2)    Under The Ice
(a2)    Hang On Paul
(a2)    Kiddie Boy
(a2)    Featherbedding Lover
(a2)    Letters Don't Count
(a2)    A Beautiful Song

ALTERNATE TRACKS:
(a3)    Forget All About It (Todd's vocals)
    (a4)Forget All About It (slow version)
(a2)    Not Wrong Long (mono single)
(a3)    Not Wrong Long (extended beginning)
    (a5)Not Wrong Long (different beginning)
    (a4)Gonna Cry Today
(a3)    Meridian Leeward (alternative version)
    (a4)Meridian Leeward (different version)
(a2)    Under The Ice (mono single)
    (a5)Under The Ice (mono alternate mix for "Fungo Bat" LP)
    (a5)Hang On Paul (mono - no piano) (13th and Pine)
    (a6)Kiddie Boy (no horns, demo version, different mix, Todd's vocals)
    (a5)Featherbedding Lover (no guitar solo - longer ending)
(a3)    Letters Don't Count (Todd's vocals)
    (a5)Letters Don't Count
    (a6)Letters Don't Count (different mix, Todd's vocals)
    (a5)A Beautiful Song (instrumental no orchestration)

(a2)    Love Everywhere (album out-take) (Nazz Nazz including Nazz III The Fungo Bat Sessions)
(a2)    Sing A Song (album out-take) (Nazz Nazz including Nazz III The Fungo Bat Sessions)
    (a5)Sing Me A Song (not otherwise available)
(a2)    Sydney's Lunchbox (album out-take) (Nazz Nazz including Nazz III The Fungo Bat Sessions)
    (a5)Sydney's Lunchbox (instrumental) (not otherwise available)
    (a5)It Must Be Everywhere (with talking) (not otherwise available)

LIVE SHOW: April 5, 1969 State Fair Music Hall, Dallas, Texas

LIVE SHOW: May 28, 1969 Armory, Stoughton, Mass.
LIVE SHOW: May 29, 1969 Weymouth, Mass

LIVE SHOW: September 1, 1969 Texas International Pop Festival, Dallas International Motor Speedway, Lewisville, TX (todzilla)
LIVE SHOW: September 24, 1969 At The End Of Cole, Dallas, TX (w-vulcan)
LIVE SHOW: September 25, 1969 At The End Of Cole, Dallas, TX (w-vulcan)
LIVE SHOW: September 26, 1969 At The End Of Cole, Dallas, TX (w-vulcan)
LIVE SHOW: September 27, 1969 At The End Of Cole, Dallas, TX (w-vulcan)
LIVE SHOW: September 28, 1969 At The End Of Cole, Dallas, TX (w-vulcan)

LIVE SHOW: October 31, 1969 Colisseum, El Paso, Texas
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NAZZ
Nazz III
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GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Nazz III' cover

STUDIO SESSION: Nazz III (released November 1970)
(recorded at the same time as Nazz Nazz)
(a3)    Some People
(a3)    Only One Winner
(a3)    Kicks
(a3)    Resolution
(a3)    It's Not That Easy
(a3)    Old Time Lovemaking
(a3)    Magic Me
(a3)    Loosen Up
(a3)    Take The Hand
(a3)    How Can You Call That Beautiful?
(a3)    Plenty Of Lovin'
(a3)    Christopher Columbus
(a3)    You Are My Window

ALTERNATE TRACKS:
(a3)    Some People (single mix)
    (a4)Some People (demo/alternate)
    (a5)Some People (instrumental)
(a3)    Only One Winner (Todd's vocals)
    (a5)Only One Winner # 1 (instrumental)
    (a5)Only One Winner # 2 (vocal)
    (a4)Only One Winner (Todd's vocals)
    (a6)Only One Winner (Todd's vocals)
(a2)    Kicks (long version)
    (a4)Kicks (long version)
(a3)    Resolution (Todd's vocals)
    (a6)Resolution (Todd's vocals)
(a3)    It's Not That Easy (Todd's vocals)
    (a5)It's Not That Easy (Stewkey vocals)
    (a6)It's Not That Easy (no strings and Todd's vocals)
    (a5)Old Time Lovemaking (longer ending)
(a2)    Magic Me (alternate version)
(a3)    Magic Me (single mix)
    (a4)Magic Me
(a3)    Take The Hand (Todd's vocals)
(a3)    How Can You Call That Beautiful? (Todd's vocals)
    (a5)How Can You Call That Beautiful? (Stewkey sings lead)
    (a6)How Can You Call That Beautiful? (slightly different lyrics, Todd's vocals)
    (a6)How Can You Call That Beautiful? (different mix, lyrics, longer, Todd's vocals)
    (a5)Christopher Columbus
    (a6)No Title (You Are My window - first rough cut piano)
    (a6)You Are My Window (Todd and the piano)
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From Philadelphia
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STUDIO SESSION: From Philadelphia ('67-'69 demos/acetates/practice tapes)
    (a4)Hello It's Me (demo/audition) (final version on I)
    (a4)Crowded (demo) (final version on I)
    (a4)Lemming Song (acetate) (final version on I)
    (a4)Kicks (long version) (final version on III)
    (a4)Some People (demo/alternate) (final version on III)
    (a4)Nazz radio commercial
    (a4)Open My Eyes (demo/alternate) (final version on I)
    (a4)Forget All About It (slow version) (final version on II)
    (a4)Only One Winner (Todd's vocals) (final version on III)
    (a4)Magic Me (final version on III)
    (a4)Gonna Cry Today (final version on II)
    (a4)Meridian Leeward (different version) (final version on II)
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NAZZ
13th and Pine
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GRAPHIC IMAGE '13th and Pine' cover

STUDIO SESSION: 13th and Pine (released November 1998)
(studio sessions)
    (a5)Under The Ice (mono alternate mix for "Fungo Bat" LP) (final version on II)
    (a5)How Can You Call That Beautiful? (Stewkey sings lead) (final version on III)
    (a5)Sydney's Lunchbox (instrumental) (not otherwise available)
    (a5)Not Wrong Long (different beginning) (final version on II)
    (a5)It's Not That Easy (Stewkey vocals) (final version on III)
    (a5)Some People (instrumental) (final version on III)
    (a5)Sing Me A Song (not otherwise available)
    (a5)Hang On Paul (mono - no piano) (final version on II)
    (a5)Featherbedding Lover (no guitar solo - longer ending) (final version on II)
    (a5)Only One Winner # 1 (instrumental) (final version on III)
    (a5)Only One Winner # 2 (vocal) (final version on III)
    (a5)It Must Be Everywhere (with talking) (not otherwise available)
    (a5)Christopher Columbus (final version on III)
    (a5)Old Time Lovemaking (longer ending) (final version on III)
    (a5)Letters Don't Count (final version on II)
    (a5)A Beautiful Song (instrumental no orchestration) (final version on II)
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Nazz vs. Toddzilla
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STUDIO SESSION: Nazz vs. Toddzilla (released spring 2002)
    (a6)It's Not That Easy (no strings and Todd's vocals) (final version on III)
    (a6)Take The Hand (no harmonies or strings, different mix, Todd's vocals) (final version on III)
    (a6)How Can You Call That Beautiful? (slightly different lyrics, Todd's vocals) (final version on III)
    (a6)How Can You Call That Beautiful? (different mix, lyrics, longer, Todd's vocals) (final version on III)
    (a6)Only One Winner (Todd's vocals) (final version on III)
    (a6)Letters Don't Count (different mix, Todd's vocals) (final version on II)
    (a6)Resolution (Todd's vocals) (final version on III)
    (a6)No Title (Todd working on a song with his guitar)
    (a6)No Title (You Are My window - first rough cut piano) (final version on III)
    (a6)Kiddie Boy (no horns, demo version, different mix, Todd's vocals) (final version on II)
    (a6)You Are My Window (Todd and the piano) (final version on III)
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NAZZ
Retrospective Foresight
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STUDIO SESSION: Retrospective Foresight (release date unknown)
(bootleg - some outtakes, some live, some bogus)
        He Was (not by Nazz, but by the band "Great Imposters")
        Some People (original version on III)
        Ready I Am (not otherwise available) (not by Nazz, but by the band "Great Imposters")
        Kicks (original version on III)
        But I Ain't Got You (not otherwise available) (not by Nazz, but by the band "Great Imposters")
        Take The Hand (original version on III)
        Lemming Song (original version on I)
        Open My Eyes (live) (original version on I)  (not by Nazz, but by the band "Great Imposters")
        Chrisopher Columbus (original version on III)
        Train Kept A-Rollin' (demo version - first release on Best Of Nazz)
GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Nazz - Best Of' front cover GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Nazz - Best Of' back cover

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PRINT MEDIA
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BOOKS AND PRINTED MATERIAL:
(I am always interested in expanding my collection.)

The Great Rock Discography (third edition) by M.C.Strong
Published by Omnibus Press. Copyright 1996. 950 pages. Hardbook (oversize).

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AUDIO MEDIA
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AUDIO COMPILATIONS:
(I am always interested in expanding my collection.)

Commercial Releases

(a1) Nazz, the first album.

(a2) Nazz Nazz, the second album.

(a3) Nazz III, the third (and final) album.

(a4) From Philadelphia, an album of demos, outtakes, ...

(a5) 13th and Pine, an album of outtakes, ...

(a6) Nazz vs. Toddzilla, an album of outtakes, ...

Other Material

Retrospective Foresight, not in my collection, but I understand it is a re-issue of some of the original studio album tracks (from a time when they weren't available), demo tracks, and live tracks.

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VIDEO MEDIA
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VIDEO COMPILATIONS:
(I am always interested in expanding my collection.)

(Not much here yet.)

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OTHER RESOURCES (links)
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Do you have a Nazz related site? Do you want a link from this page? E-Mail me!

I am also interested in getting wider exposure for this site. So links from your site to mine would be appreciated. And if you know of any sites that allow/encourage submission, I would also appreciate knowing about them as well.

One World Fan Club Todd Rundgren Fan Club (Japan)

Nazz Fan Club or Nazz Fan Club

T R Bazaar all things Todd Rundgren, Utopia, Nazz, ...

Todd Rundgren Connection

Todd Rundgren Connection

Geo Sound recording studio with information about the Philadelphia music scene in the '60s & '70s.

Ken O'Malley, Thom Mooney is no longer in this band, but he still has credits for writing Sailor Song

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CLASSIFIEDs
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This is an experiment. I am listing various classified ads that might be of interest to browsers of this page.

Let me know what you think of this idea?

And if you do order something listed here, let them know you found out about it here.

Also, let me know how this worked out for you.

June 29, 2003.
MusicStack looks like a good source of used music items (LPs, CDs, posters, ...).
As always, let me know what you think.

4 Million Hard to Find CDs & LPs at MusicStack
December 10, 2002.
Back in October 1999 I put up links to CD-Now so that visitors could easily link to the related band pages and instantly see which items were still in print/available for purchase. CD-Now no longer has that option. For the moment I am putting in Amazon.com search boxes. Amazon.com doesn't easily allow for links to individual band pages in the same way that CD-Now used to. So, instead of me being able to create direct links, I have put up the Amazon.com search box instead. So you can still go to a page with the various bands products, buy you now need to go through a search box.

As always, let me know what you think.

April 22, 2002.
Would you like to show your appreciation for (the time, effort, money, ... that goes into creating, maintaing, updating) this web site, without getting anything in return (except a listing of your name (and url) on this web site as a friend of this web site)?
sign up for PayPal and simplify your online payments.

Send Chrome Oxide some money

December 3, 2002 CD Now is undergoing changes, and asked that ALL links be removed.
October 28, 1999 I signed up with CD Now.

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