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Old 04-19-2008, 03:38 PM   #16
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I'm addicted to buying CDs and it always feels good when I buy one. Though there's also often that nagging feeling that I already have enough CDs.
Speak it, brutha.
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I spend almost as much time deciding what music to listen to on my way to work as I spend getting up, shave, wash and getting dressed
How many cds do you have over there?

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I'm addicted to buying CDs and it always feels good when I buy one.
New music is good

I thought youse two controlled your spending excellently at that music fair.
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Billy Corgan is a bitter, old bald man and he sucks at life.
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Agreed. My post from last night:

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Old 04-19-2008, 04:24 PM   #20
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I thought youse two controlled your spending excellently at that music fair.
Yeah, Johan can stick to what he really wants. And I didn't have a bigger bag with me.
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I just did, sistah.
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How many cds do you have over there?
well, still have those last couple of boxes we need to move over
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I feel limited in my musical knowledge/education because I don't know how to illegally download albums, and it's too much of a pain in the ass to go song by song . . .

So if I don't have the $$$ to buy a cd, then I just have to be resigned to sit here in the darkness, not being able to delve into and hear Bob Dylan, Velvet Underground, David Bowie, Mutemath, The Jam, Sex Pistols, Flaming Lips, Echo & The Bunnymen, Joy Division, early Beatles, The Replacements, Pavement, those Finn brothers everyone's always talking about, Johnny Cash, Elvis, Queen, DJ Shadow, Black Sabbath, The Rolling Stones, etc., etc., etc.

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Patience and poverty will eventually be rewarded Grasshopper.
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I might find out how to download albums, but I prefer buying that stuff.

Try to find a used record store in your neighbourhood. Lots of great music for little money!
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Try to find a used record store in your neighbourhood. Lots of great music for little money!


I am sooooooo lucky Princeton Record Exchange is now close by. That store is a gift from heaven.
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Here, check it out...

http://www.prex.com/

There are literally hundreds of used CDs on sale from $1.99 to $4.99. Great selection and quality too!

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I spend almost as much time deciding what music to listen to on my way to work as I spend getting up, shave, wash and getting dressed
I used to spend a lot of time too trying to pick music for the work commute, but now my commute is less than 10 min so sometimes there's no point in even getting the iPod out!

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I'm addicted to buying CDs and it always feels good when I buy one. Though there's also often that nagging feeling that I already have enough CDs.
Yes.
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Question, is Frank Black's best of record a good place to get into his solo material?

If it is, would anyone care to send it to me?

You came to the right place, sir. I am a huge Frank Black Francis fan. And I rarely condone buying Best Ofs. I would get either Teenager of the Year (if you want the really zany, genre-bending Frank with like 20 songs) or his 2nd album with the Catholics, Pistolero (for some good ol' rock and roll with funny lyrics). If you want something more current, his recent release Bluefinger is one of the best things he's done in ages, and he just released an EP, Svn fngrs, as well that's quite good.

The guy doesn't really have a bad album, unless you listen to the assholes from Pitchfork.
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BTW, the new Portishead leaked.
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