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Download for the win...?
• Posted by: Patrick Reichel   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, June 29, 2010, at 6:54 a.m.
• IP Address: p5b01bd67.dip.t-dialin.net
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Hello dear people,

I'd like to know your opinion on the latest "gag" in providing us music collectors with filmmusic: the download of digital music!

I've been collecting filmscores for many years now and I was never "offended" by having a CD in jewel case in my shelf. As a matter of fact, I really enjoy reading the booklet, reading the composer's/director's comments (if provided), watching some pictures and just having a "real CD" to begin with.

I've downloaded the album "UP" - composed and produced by Michael Giacchino - at AMAZON! It was very easy, comfortable and was sold for a fair prize. Anyway, it's just a collection of MP3s - and I don't even have a real cover, either (had to print out my own booklet for the self-made CD).

Sure, many music companies walk this road of "digital downloads" now... but I still prefer a CD in a jewel case.
What do you think?

Thanks for you time -
Patrick



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