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Great job Christian, Bravo is right!

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Sandy J.
Great job Christian, Bravo is right!   Thursday, November 22, 2001 (10:31 a.m.) 

I must say that you hit the nail right on the head. I completely agree with your complaints about the cd. I commend you for saying what needs to be said about the way companies like this are trying to screw over the consumer with "different" cd editions. That's ridiculous. Its all about them trying to squeeze ever single penny out of a product that they possibly can. Lets just hope they don't put out an ablum with songs inspired by Lord of the Rings. But, Christian, continue to speak out like you have been, who knows, it just might make a difference.

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Forrest
Re: Great job Christian, Bravo is right!   Sunday, November 25, 2001 (11:52 a.m.) 

> I must say that you hit the nail right on the head. I completely agree
> with your complaints about the cd. I commend you for saying what needs to
> be said about the way companies like this are trying to screw over the
> consumer with "different" cd editions.

Record companies are completely incapable of "screwing over" the consumer in this regard, since the consumer does *not* have to buy anything unless he wants to.

I'm getting a bit tired of hearing people complain about "marketing ploys." Any person with a few brain cells to rub together will make their own choice as to what they want to buy. I don't need to be told that something is a "marketing ploy" as I have the intelligence to determine that myself.

If I want to buy fifty versions of a CD to get 50 different covers than that's what I'll do--it's *my* decision. Or, I'll simply grab the first one I find on a shelf and not care less. The consumer decides.

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Sandy J.
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Forrest
Re: Yes, Bravo!   Tuesday, November 27, 2001 (7:32 a.m.) 

> I must say that you hit the nail right on the head. I completely agree
> with your complaints about the cd. I commend you for saying what needs to
> be said about the way companies like this are trying to screw over the
> consumer with "different" cd editions. That's ridiculous. Its
> all about them trying to squeeze ever single penny out of a product that
> they possibly can. Lets just hope they don't put out an ablum with songs
> inspired by Lord of the Rings. But, Christian, continue to speak out like
> you have been, who knows, it just might make a difference.

I agree, too!

If the record company puts out a expanded album set later, I'll be really mad! Fraud! Fraud!

Sandy



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