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Date: Sun, 7 May 1995 21:55:16 -0400
From: whiteisd[at]-remove-ari.net
Subject: Similarities Engine Results

Email To: philos[at]-remove-seanet.com
* Name: John Dylan Cooper
* Address: Seattle, Washington, USA

* THE SIMILARITIES ENGINE
* By David Whiteis

* Results from your SIMILARITIES ENGINE WEB PAGE input
* http://www.webcom.com/~se


* Your input was:

No. Artist Recording

* 1 JAZZ BUTCHER CONSPIRACY ILLUMINATE
* 2 DAMBUILDERS ENCENDEDOR
* 3 GRANT LEE BUFFALO MIGHTY JOE MOON
* 4 CAVE,NICK & THE BAD SEEDS LET LOVE IN
* 5 VARIOUS LIPSTICK TRACES


* ----- Results -----

No. Artist Recording Wt.

* 1 COPE,JULIAN PEGGY SUICIDE 16
* 2 LOVE & ROCKETS HOT TRIP TO HEAVEN 16
* 3 O'CONNOR,SINEAD UNIVERSAL MOTHER 16
* 4 TRIFFIDS BLACK SWAN 16
* 5 DEAD CAN DANCE TOWARD THE WITHIN 8
* 6 GANG OF FOUR ENTERTAINMENT 8
* 7 YOUNG,NEIL & CRAZY HORSE SLEEPS WITH ANGELS 6
* 8 FALL CEREBRAL CAUSTIC 2

Notes:

Right now the recommendations that the system makes are not
nearly as accurate as they will be in a month or so. Notice
the Wt. (weight) column--a recording that the system
highly recommends to you would have a weight of 300 or more.
Items weighted around 30 or so may be recordings that you
would enjoy, but it really is not a strong recommendation.
The system will improve each week, try it again soon!


The Similarities Engine
* the Web-based music recommending system
* Patent Pending
http://www.webcom.com/~se
o-----------------------------------------------------------o

[This is John again: If 30 is "not a strong recommendation" I can hardly
give weight to any of the responses I got. I've heard three of the albums
in the response list: "Universal Mother" I dislike as a whole but think is
worth listening to, "Entertainment" is one of my all-time favorites, and
"Sleeps with Angels" was interesting but ultimately disappointing, and I
traded it in for something else. I was pretty impressed that the program
didn't choke on my input.]


John Cooper
philos[at]-remove-seanet.com
Seattle

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