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Free Download from Heal The Last Stand

by Ben Davis on 2 October, 2008 | 1 comment

Heal The Last Stand
Heal The Last Stand

Heal The Last Stand have revealed a new track called ‘The Garden’. It’s only available to download (for free) and to hear via their www.last.fm page.

It’s a bold move not to use the prevalent MySpace download facility but I think it’s a wise manoeuvre as well. People are starting to get bored of MySpace and it’s becoming a-wash with countless bands demanding you listen to their new material via endless bulletins which inevitably you start ignoring.

Last.fm is a great site and those who haven’t used it before should definitely take a look. It uses a system called ‘scrobbling’ and once an artist or band has had one of their tracks ‘scrobbled’ by at least one user, last.fm automatically generates a band page which has links to similar sounding bands, amongst other features. It’s easy to browse around, get lost and discover new talent – no matter how commercially successful they are or aren’t.

Anyway, to listen to HTLS’s audio bliss, point your browser to www.tinyurl.com/htlstrack



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Ben Davis

Email: ben@wrexhammusic.co.uk

Ben is the founder of wrexhammusic.co.uk.
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1 Comment

  1. Thomas,
    I can’t believe how grown up you have gotten-what a smasher! hope you are spreading the wealth around (meaning your “bod” of course–too gorgeous to give it one girl ya know.
    LOVE the music–I am sending the website to your cousins here in the USA.
    Alex is living in UTAH is nearly 19
    Rachel is 16-17 in April 2009
    Keaton 13 and Parker 11-Cooper 11
    Me? I am still sexy as ever at age 75

    I am having some difficulty with your MYspacesite, but Emma is going to send me the real link

    Merry Xmas

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