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Old 01-12-2007, 12:50 AM   #16
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Ween!!!! Omg everytime I mention "push the daisies" some of my friends threaten to kick my ass. I'm glad to see theres another fan!

BTW, if you're lookin for more, I personally like Kanye's College Dropout better than Late Registration. But both are great albums

Oh and I know I'm setting myself up to be flamed, but what is U2-Melon? I've never heard of it!
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I see there is a stark lack of Porcupine Tree in your collection. Rectify this posthaste.
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Ween!!!! Omg everytime I mention "push the daisies" some of my friends threaten to kick my ass. I'm glad to see theres another fan!

BTW, if you're lookin for more, I personally like Kanye's College Dropout better than Late Registration. But both are great albums

Oh and I know I'm setting myself up to be flamed, but what is U2-Melon? I've never heard of it!
I have the first half of Chocolates & Cheese on my hard drive...I need to get the rest.

U2 Melon is this:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melon_(album)
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but how many of those are ACTUAL CDs?... bought in a shop or even the street?
60 or 70, maybe. The rest are CD-R's. And I have maybe 20 albums on my hard drive.

Oh, and I don't own an MP3 player.
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I need to get back into Yes again. And on the subject of Genesis, I heard Lamb Lies Down On Broadway a few months ago...what a record! Such creativity!

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but how many of those are ACTUAL CDs?... bought in a shop or even the street?
Considering the direction technology is heading nowadays, I find such questions to be irrelevant. You might as well ask how many of those are actual cassettes.
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but how many of those are ACTUAL CDs?... bought in a shop or even the street?

I have a cd collection a bit smaller than that or the same size and all of them are actual cds

And some people might have one full of copied cds

Doesn't make it any less of a collection

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Considering the direction technology is heading nowadays, I find such questions to be irrelevant. You might as well ask how many of those are actual cassettes.


technology my ass... is STILL not the same... an mp3 is not something to behold

like people that have/collects Vinyls...



PS: OMG... "Tryin to throw your arms around the world" on a radio here
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technology my ass... is STILL not the same... an mp3 is not something to behold

like people that have/collects Vinyls...
As someone who has too little space and too much of a tendency to keep far too much stuff, keeping music on my computer instead of having stacks of hard copies is a godsend. You have no idea of the space I've saved by keeping most of my music just on my computer. I really have very little need for CDs or vinyl and they strike me as being increasingly irrelevant by the day. I'm not someone who needs a case to hold or artwork to stare at - I just like to hear good music.
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but opening a new CD (specially a U2 one) is the best feeling, experience and smell or scent ever...

even better than the top of a newborn baby's head
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My fear with digital music is the potential for an unexpected hard-drive crash, although I also prefer to have physical, authentic CDs in my collection. There was a thread about this subject in this forum not too long ago.
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Ah yes, here it is.
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Ween!!!! Omg everytime I mention "push the daisies" some of my friends threaten to kick my ass.
God, that song makes me want to kick Ween in the ass. I'd thankfully forgotten all about that thing.
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I've added a bunch of records.

Guns N' Roses - Use Your Illusion 1
Joni Mitchell - Blue
Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures
Yes - The Yes Album
Bob Marley - Legend
Alice In Chains - Dirt
Miles Davis - Bitches Brew
Bloc Party - Silent Alarm
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but opening a new CD (specially a U2 one) is the best feeling, experience and smell or scent ever...
I've never understood why people talk about the scent of new CDs. I don't go around smelling CDs.

As I said, I'm interested in good music. I couldn't care less about opening a CD.

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My fear with digital music is the potential for an unexpected hard-drive crash
This is why I have a backup. Mmmm, 320GB external hard drive.

Takes up the space of only a couple of CDs too.
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