Do you still buy Music CDs
Or do you download most your music?
Since I downloaded most of my favorites from itunes, I haven't bought a CD in a couple a years now.
Me? I download from iTunes, but also use Spotify and listen to the fabulous BBC Radio 6music. However, now and then I will buy a CD because I like to have the sleeve art, and it soothes my slightly guilty conscience.
Nowadays almost everything is available online, youtube is the place I go to retrieve music, either a video or audio only. Haven't bought a CD for few years
Great question. Although I download a wide variety of music, I also buy CDs of those who are my favorite bands because I like to collect the original physical copies with sleeve art.
Even though I can load music to my player - I still go out and buy CDs especially if it's one of my favorite musicians. There's just something better about a CD - maybe it's because when you just download a song you miss the experience of the whole album - I guess.
No. I buy most of my music from Amazon. I like browsing CDs in stores but they are way too expensive.
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