… and the number one Drum & Bass album is [drumroll] ‘Rotting Pinata‘.
Not only is the index still broken after 4 months, but this album has moved to number 1.
1. Do they boost albums from a particular artist or record label? Similar to e-Bay content padding. I’m sure EMI is going to sell more records this year then Breakbeat Science.
2. Did they just put the album in the wrong category? Compared to 90’s grunge – the album sucks, but those surveyed would rather hear it then techno.
3. Are any poor saps who want to have teh coolest Drum & Bass collection buying this album without reading the liner notes? Yikes.
How is this possible? I suspect tom-foolery and stupidity:
Has anyone else come across any strange amazon anomalies? Hit the comments.
I guess I’ll just keep getting my suggestions from bassdrive.