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Sunday, December 12, 2010

A Murder of Angels - While You Sleep (1999)


Strange Ranger said...

Intriguing. I'll check it out.

Zer0_II said...

Great share Sab. I look forward to seeing what else you have to share this December. I believe the rest of us are primarily focusing on soundtracks from horror films, so its nice to see some diversity here. Do you happen to be using an html editor to create your posts? I noticed some strange stuff going on with your code, and the download link appeared in an unusual location. I'll send something your way which should help you out.

sab said...

I'm glad you enjoy it!
I don't think i really manage that well to work directly through html, i just use the default post editor (although i take a look sometimes at the html editor...). i'll make sure to go through the files you will send, thanks!

Zer0_II said...

@Sab: Oh it's nothing complex. Just a short tutorial I put together which explains some of the custom html code I use on the blog. Since you aren't familiar with html code I don't want you to feel obligated to use it. If you would rather stick with the editor that is fine by me. Although I think learning how to code the html actually makes the entire posting process much easier in my opinion It's fairly easy to learn also. The tutorial is already posted on the blog, so I'll just send the address to it your way.

Peter said...

Nice blog you have.
You're welcome to visit my music blog


Greetings from Denmark