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the Ocean Colour Scene community
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Welcome to the Ocean Colour Scene livejournal community. This is a place for livejournal users who are OCS fans to share information about this great band.

Try and keep posts on topic. I'm sure there are plenty of people who'd be interested that the Bluetones are about to release a new album, or that Oasis have had the master tapes of their new album stolen, but unless there's a tenuous link back to OCS, not everybody is going to care.

Keep things friendly. If you don't like OCS, and you're only signing up to cause trouble, it won't be long before you're banned from the community. Try and keep bad language to a minimum, unless it's in context, and/or terribly funny.

If you're going to ask questions about the band or the music that are horribly obvious, it might pay to check some websites (see below) first for the info before posting here. On the other hand, if it's a question you think a few people might be interested in hearing the answer to, then post it; just use your discretion and common sense.

If you have any further questions or concerns, you can email me at weatherking@optushome.com.au.

Have fun, and rock on.

Website links:
the official ocean colour scene webpage
debris road
ocean colour scene central
ocs rarities
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