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post #21 of 24
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Originally Posted by xMEATWADx95x View Post
i dont know about anyone else but i buy ALL my music on hardcopy CD. not a fan of iTunes tyranny.
same here. usually buy my CDs, comes with all that stuff like the original CD and liner notes. i buy amazon for a song or two. still looking for a service with a respectable library and higher mp3 compression though
post #22 of 24
I buy music i really like on CD. Mostly so I can have it in my car.
post #23 of 24
I'd have to agree with the lack of quality from artists out there. Don't get me wrong, there's still some good ones out there, most of them an indie form of some genre, but the chart-toppers are, for the most part, pretty much garbage.

How many more 50 Cent, Puff Daddy, Linkin Park, Nickleback, Brittany Spears wannabe's do we have to put up with?

Remember the mid 90's, when alt and grunge were in their prime? Man... There was SO much good music out there. I'd have to say it was the best decade as far as popular music is concerned since the 60's.
post #24 of 24
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Originally Posted by Fear of Oneself View Post
I don't like any of Beiber's music, or the fact that he's one year younger than me, but looks roughly 6 years younger than me

but I would like to get his pay cheques
Does he get the pay cheques - or does his mommy gotta do his banking for him?

Unless he climbs onto the spiral into the abyss of booze, drugs and scandal, no one will remember his name in a few years. The only thing that keeps Britany Spears in the headlines is the booze, drugs and scandal - showing that bad publicity is better than no publicity.

Booze, drugs and scandals are only cool if you are the Rolling Stones...
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