Digital Music

I gave up years ago on trying to own every CD that I wanted. Little by little I’m able to grab some older releases that I’ve missed while continually reloading my collection with brand new releases. I probably don’t have to tell you that music purchases can get quite expensive, and quick!

Here are some ideas from Post No Bills on how to add to your collection for free or almost free, or at least less expensive than shopping at the neighborhood CD store. Sure you don’t get the CDs when downloading files, but you still get the music. Or are you the kind of person that needs the CD itself and will take a pass on today’s digital downloads?

1 Comment so far

  1. Dave! (unregistered) on October 9th, 2006 @ 9:27 am

    I hear that! I kind of gave up on CDs when my collection topped 2000 or so, I got tired of moving the f*ckers. So I ripped them all and just started getting my tunes digitally. Either way, it’s still an expensive habit.

    I miss album art and inserts though… the little cover .jpg isn’t really the same.

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