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Dear Music lovers

Just a note to tell you that our new website, smokecds.com Mk II, is up and running ...

we're finally getting there! We have a lot more to do, but the new site gives us the capacity to add heaps of value. eg we're adding soundbites as we speak.

Opuscds.com (classical) and Smokeculture.com (speaks for itself) are our next projects, so we've got a busy time ahead ... and, yeah, we guess 2001 will also bring smokecds.com Mk III ( a new site every year!)

In case you don't know ... smokecds.com brings together many of New Zealand's long time music lovers. Most of us have spent our careers in music. The net provides us with the ultimate platform to take New Zealand and its music to the world.

We're New Zealand owned and operated and we believe fervently in this country's ability to nurture and grow music and artistic talent. Smokecds.com is our web 'shop front' ... but we have huge plans for more, with special emphasis on New Zealand.

Have a look, send us your ideas ... give us you feedback ... we love a challenge,

Cheers,
Brent Gleave & Shaun Peyman


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