How do you buy your music? Do you buy it from the store or online?
I use a music service called Zune that came with my Windows phone. I pay $9.99 a month and download anything I want. The only downside is that, if I quit paying the monthly fee, I'm not able to continue listening to it. IMO, it works out well, because $9.99 a month for unlimited downloads is awesome.
I buy most of my music through Amazon or iTunes. The prices are cheaper compared to box stores most of the times. Also with Amazon if you purchase $25 or more on an order the shipping is (free). You can't beat that! :-)
I'm one of those rare geeks who still collects CDs. I scrounge'em wherever I can find 'em - in retail stores, at thrift stores, garage sales, flea markets, and online as well.
Some of my music I buy online from iTunes, sometimes I buy CD's from the store, and sometimes I buy LP's from my local record store.
CD's mostly. I don't actually listen to much music, except on the radio. My four favorite stations are the only music I usually listen to. Yet I have about 10 CD's in my car, I touch them once every three months.
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