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Re: Letting Down A Generation?
« Reply #20 on: August 11, 2015, 12:13:12 AM »

Letting down a generation?  Lol.  Whatever.  If somebody wants something bad enough, theres a way to get it.  Buy the damn CD's for cripes sake.  Cheap bastards.

As for KLF, never heard of them so who gives a sh*t.

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Re: Letting Down A Generation?
« Reply #21 on: August 25, 2015, 01:03:33 PM »

The advice I'd offer is.....
1. Buy one of them.
2. Buy the individual CDs for anything from 10p (the price I paid for a 'Revolver' in a charity shop) to £5 (the price I saw the White Album in a second hand record shop) and you're sorted for the whole Beatles' back catalogue for another £40.

In other words, do the polar opposite of what the record industry want you to do, AND in 30 years time you'll still own and be able to play the product.....unlike Spotify.
No brainer.

I'm guessing if someone got the Red & Blue greatest hits on CD, they would start buying the rest of the CD's.  That's How I started with LPs. I got the Red LP as a gift, and never looked back.  icon_good
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