February 24, 2006

Bargain of the Day: Astrological melodies

[Harvey Sid Fisher sings about Aries]Harvey Sid Fisher describes himself as an actor and screenwriter, but he has yet another talent - he has penned a set of twelve songs, one for each sign of the Zodiac, and you can buy them from his web site, either on a CD or a video. Or you could if his site was working properly--the links to buy the product don't work, and I cannot even tell you how much this wonderful item will be. How can you possibly live without hearing him sing his compositions, accompanied by a Kate Bush wannabe dancer gyrating in the background? How could be be so cruel as to make us miss such lyrical beauty as:

BUSY AS A BEE ON THE MOVE ALL THE TIME
CAN'T SIT BY THE FIRE I NEED MOUNTAINS TO CLIMB
I SET THE PACE AND I MUST WIN THE RACE
OUT IN FRONT OF THE REST CAUSE I AM THE BEST
SHOULD I LOSE THERE'S NO SHAME
I'LL FIND SOMEONE TO BLAME

Not to worry, someone has posted the video for Aries to YouTube.

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When I hit the site I got a random astrology quote from "Aires". The hideous navigation worked on Firefox so it should work on Safari, but looking at that layout, it's probably a freak accident that it worked for me at all.

All 12 astrology songs on CD are $11, the DVD or video is $15.

Odd, I use Firefox as my main browser. Perhaps I was confused by the navigation and the bits that looked like links to buy the product (The words "Buy Astrology Songs", or similar, followed by a differently coloured list of formats in which it is available) were no such thing.

Ah, it's dodgy layout and broken links then. I found it via the dodgy dropdown element hanging off the order bit in the top blue navigation bar that looks like a bad banner ad.

Aargh! You couldn't get that awful flash link to work, it killed my browser. Bad web designer, bad.

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