I subscribe to Amazon.com suggestions. It's an easy way to find music of similar tastes. This was fine until now. Something very strange happened. My latest recommendation was:
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Now I've left the Live at Budokan link there to give you an idea of the kind of music it is. And the likelihood that that demographic is listening to self help CDs. I was angry at first because I assumed it was advertising that was just poorly targeted... but what if it was a practical joke? Can I get enough friends to click on the right things to recommend something ridiculous to many many people?