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What was the last CD/DVD you bought...?

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oh yeah.....An Inconvenient Truth  clap
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I don't ever buy CD's. Free downloads are the future  Whistle
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I don't ever buy CD's. Free downloads are the future  Whistle

I think you can download some songs illegally, like "YMCA". Rolling Eyes
But when you respect an artist, you buy their albums.
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But when you respect an artist, you buy their albums.

YES! clap
and i like the originals cds because of the booklets and for example the tour-stickers...

last cd: naked lunch/this atom heart of ours
last dvd: trainspotting............. i waited soooo long and finally i get one with the english-language-modus yay
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I love Trainspotting!

one of the best movies ever!  clap
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I love Trainspotting!

one of the best movies ever!  clap

YES! hug
i love it, too. thats why i wanted it with the english language. in germany it always was just available in german....boring. but now i have it w00t i love ewan mcgregor, but i'm quite sure i wont understand him...
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I respect the artists that produce the music that I listne to but I tend to take the free route Wink
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I respect the artists that produce the music that I listne to but I tend to take the free route Wink

Me too, except for a small few at the top of my 'respect pile' where I feel obliged to buy.
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I love Trainspotting!

one of the best movies ever!  clap

Awesome film!!  And the baby scene still freaks me out after seeing it loads of times.
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I love Trainspotting!

one of the best movies ever!  clap

good post

I bought myself a copy of Muse's Absolution on eBay the other day... (having previously taken "the free route" Whistle) turned up while I was away this weekend, so I only just got it... Smile
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I respect the artists that produce the music that I listne to but I tend to take the free route Wink

Yeah, well I can understand it in your case, who'd pay for that noise?

Me too, except for a small few at the top of my 'respect pile' where I feel obliged to buy.

You only buy crap music for 4.99 in a cheap store. lol
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Incorrect on both counts. I've never bought a CD for 4.99, and I've never bought The Smiths Wink
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Incorrect on both counts. I've never bought a CD for 4.99, and I've never bought The Smiths Wink

no I don't think I've ever seen a CD for 4.99 here search and you should have at least one Smith's record!

Can't beat vinyl - wouldn't be any piracy if they'd stuck with vinyl!  Great shop in Auckland that sells loads of vinyl records - up on Queen Street - Groovy something or other I think - up near the brothel Whistle
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Real Groovy that would be.
And if you haven't seen them for really cheap prices Bev, go to 'The Warehouse.' Have you been to a Warehouse yet? There must be one around Cambridge. Best place to go for cds and dvds. I suppose the best description for it is department store. Basically they sell everything, but cheaper than everywhere else. Most of their stuff is crap, but they are great for cds and dvds. I've got stuff at a 3rd of the price of the music stores etc.
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Lee Evans the XL tour (live from Cardiff)
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