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Where do you purchase you music?

Where do your primaraly shop for your music?  

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  1. 1. When I buy music, I primarily get it from...

    • Amazon MP3 (digital downloads)
      4
    • eMusic (digital downloads)
      0
    • iTunes (digital downloads)
      4
    • Napster (digital downloads)
      0
    • Rhapsody (digital downloads)
      0
    • Zune Marketplace (digital downloads)
      0
    • Amazon (physical media)
      2
    • Barnes & Nobile (physical media)
      0
    • Best Buy (physical media)
      1
    • CDPlus (physical media)
      0
    • Fry's (physical media)
      0
    • Fye (physical media)
      1
    • Kmart (physical media)
      0
    • Sam Goody (physical media)
      0
    • Target (physical media)
      0
    • Tower (physical media)
      0
    • Wal-Mart (physical media)
      0
    • Other - Digital Download
      23
    • Other - Physical Media
      4
    • Other - I only stream music
      1
    • I don't listen to music
      3


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Where do you purchase your music? Do you prefer digital downloads, or physical media? While I still like the occasional CD, I prefer to get most of my music digitally these days, and yes, that would be by iTunes.

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I like music, but it is to expensive so I just listen to my mewithoutYou CDs and metroid metal (which is a free digital download from metroidmetal.com) over and over and over. Will probably buy a physical copy of the new Brand New CD.

 

(Actually I just checked and metroid metal's new cd isn't free but the old stuffs cool enough so I'll stick with it. Check out the song Bryyo's theme, its cool.)

Edited by xchrissypoox

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"Other - Digital Download"

 

If I want a physical CD, then I'll just get it for the cheapest price, I don't care from where. The last physical CD I bought though was like 3 years ago...Pearl Jam's self-titled album. I'll probably wind up buying a physical copy of their next release, Backspacer.

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other: physical

 

you can't download vinyl lol... I used to buy quite a lot of CDs, but these days it's only for outstanding artists/bands

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Radio. It's a crude artifact from the last century that receives over the air signals and converts them to music.

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