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wkanaan
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i think its a great strategy to get people to still be interested in collecting cds instead of using itunes all the time. Im not sure about the execution though.

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jebus
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I'm not sure if price is the way to go. I think the only reason people buy cds anymore is to have tangible album art.

This just makes me go "well then I'd download it'.

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Nthngmn
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My sentiments exactly. Think that's art director speak though?

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felipecatunda
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I just buy my favorites cds. If I'm Iron Maiden's fan, I will buy an original cd. But If I'm not fan, I download it, of course.

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BOOBJOB LOOBCANNON
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That's exactly what I do.

'Up the irons!'

We're going to need more lube.

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mishkaa
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lame...........very lame.......goes to show their music isn't good enough so you have to tell them its a good investment.kinda insult to the artist and their talent and a very duh ad........

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BOOBJOB LOOBCANNON
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This is an interesting idea, a way to get as much as possible out of the last death rattle of the CD.

Maroon 5 though? The wettest group ever? No ones going to remember them in 5 years. They will recess into the depths of musical tedium with the Lighthouse Family and Kula Shaker.

We're going to need more lube.

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FlyingTorpedo
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it would work for me if it was a MArs Volta CD, but since it's Maroon 5... this does not work for me.

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kusseejner
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Excuse me, but this is a load of bull. Besides the fact that is is rather dubious that Maroon 5 would ever become a collector's item, you could always make a new copy, should the unthinkable happen. This would only work with vinyl records. Vinyl rules.

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