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Old 10-08-2013, 11:21 AM   #31
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Keeping up with new music is tough when killer releases are stacked each week. Like TV and film right now, access to entire catalogues through various types of outlets is almost paralyzing. Granted, this is amazing problem to have: too much content to consume at any given time.

I generally listen to music on-the-go or multi-tasking like others have stated above. I don't, however, attend many shows or fests. Do you all think that contributes to listening to a wider variety of stuff? Color me curious.

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Old 10-08-2013, 12:27 PM   #32
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I have occasions when I latch onto a veteran act and absorb their catalog. Last year was R.E.M. and Depeche Mode. So far this year it's Blur and Bruce Springsteen.

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Agreed, I have a little over 3000 CD's and about 250 Vinyl and it looks amazing all displayed in the living room!
Without books and CDs, I'd have a very boring apartment.
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Originally Posted by corianderstem View Post

Without books and CDs, I'd have a very boring apartment.
The place my housemate and I rent has some pretty boring rooms, and that's even with the room where there are literally only cd racks and bookshelves. But we don't exactly have dining room furniture either (there's a box of tools and a broken coffee pot in the actual dining room )

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