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Old 07-22-2008, 03:56 PM   #961
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Yay for spending $60 for two new songs!





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Old 07-22-2008, 04:30 PM   #962
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popmofo, you bought U2 albums???
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Old 07-22-2008, 05:57 PM   #963
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Of course. Rip off way to cash in on past efforts or not, how could I resist?
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Old 07-22-2008, 05:58 PM   #964
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Oh I don't think they're rip offs or anything but I just didn't think you cared about U2 much anymore. lol.
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Old 07-22-2008, 06:21 PM   #965
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Bought- The Best Of The Stone Roses for only £2.99 of Play.com
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Boy, October and War; same as mofo.

I really had no problem paying 60 bucks, I think the packaging is cool, it sounds great, and their are a lot of b sides and live songs I didnt have.
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Old 07-23-2008, 02:23 AM   #967
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I just didn't think you cared about U2 much anymore. lol.
I don't listen to them very often any more or study each tidbit of information about the new album in Everything You Know is Wrong, but my house is covered in U2 posters and other paraphernalia. They're still my all time fav. group whether I'm listening to them or not (or have issues with their recent output or not). And with how many cds I collect of far lesser bands, how could I not still splurge on these?!

UiU, I like the packaging/booklets quite a bit too.
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Old 07-23-2008, 02:10 PM   #968
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I don't listen to them very often any more or study each tidbit of information about the new album in Everything You Know is Wrong, but my house is covered in U2 posters and other paraphernalia. They're still my all time fav. group whether I'm listening to them or not (or have issues with their recent output or not). And with how many cds I collect of far lesser bands, how could I not still splurge on these?!

UiU, I like the packaging/booklets quite a bit too.
you just described me as well
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Old 07-23-2008, 02:33 PM   #969
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I don't listen to them very often any more or study each tidbit of information about the new album in Everything You Know is Wrong, but my house is covered in U2 posters and other paraphernalia. They're still my all time fav. group whether I'm listening to them or not (or have issues with their recent output or not). And with how many cds I collect of far lesser bands, how could I not still splurge on these?!
Wow! You just summed me up perfectly!!!! I feel exactly the same way.
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Boy - Remastered Deluxe version

I wasn't even going to buy the remastered October and War, but the packaging is so purrrrrty I think I'll get them anyway,
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Old 07-28-2008, 06:58 PM   #972
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Boy - Remastered Deluxe version

I wasn't even going to buy the remastered October and War, but the packaging is so purrrrrty I think I'll get them anyway,
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The Fragile by NIN. The only album by them I don't have. And I got it used! Which means the people at FYE didn't give me shit for PA label cause it wasn't there!
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The Fragile by NIN. The only album by them I don't have. And I got it used! Which means the people at FYE didn't give me shit for PA label cause it wasn't there!
Oh the memories of days when I had to go to different stores to get Parental Advisory albums...I eventually learned which ones would sell to me and which wouldn't. (I've never had a Best Buy ask for ID if you have one around you)
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