Spot The Album

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Re: Spot The Album

Post by 101Walterton » 27 Jan 2019, 5:59pm

I agree with Marky and Hugh. I hate Spotify and all it stands and what it has done especially to the artist.
However I also use Spotify because of its convenience after I lost my entire iTunes account.
Having said that 90% of what I listen to on Spotify and have on my playlists I also own in physical product and still buy every new release from bands I follow.
The other 10% is usually when you want to hear a one off track for whatever reason (usually because of something I read on here).
Plus I get Spotify free with no adds!!

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Re: Spot The Album

Post by Silent Majority » 27 Jan 2019, 6:39pm

NoMoreHugh wrote:
27 Jan 2019, 11:55am
Hey Marky
I actually bought every Album on multiple formats except F-Punk and Higher Power which was straight to CD . The first album (This is) i even bought Tape , Vinyl , CD , and CD reissue but i am certain you already know that, you tease, and now i enjoy them on Spotify for £15,00 a month. I hope that makes me the winner :mrgreen:

The spotify is for ease of use i can do lots of personal compliations that are available to play where ever i am with out having to worry about multiple CDs or vinyl or any other format to listen to where ever i go with out bothering to do limited and time consuming MP3 compliations .I can listen to any album or song when ever ,where ever and what ever i like with every device with spotify installed automatically updated. There is always a direct play on there website if you have internet access as well.

Roll on F-Punk and Kool Aid, Thank you Spotify for making music so excessible.
Yeah, I've lost my Higher Power CD (bought second hand). Nice to have easy access to it.
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Re: Spot The Album

Post by MarkyJacobs » 28 Jan 2019, 4:53am

Heston wrote:
27 Jan 2019, 5:51pm
MarkyJacobs wrote:
27 Jan 2019, 4:53pm
No. He should get out more.
Are you this obnoxious in real life or just on here?
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Re: Spot The Album

Post by Silent Majority » 28 Jan 2019, 5:01am

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Re: Spot The Album

Post by Inder » 28 Jan 2019, 5:16am

Heston wrote:
27 Jan 2019, 5:51pm
MarkyJacobs wrote:
27 Jan 2019, 4:53pm
No. He should get out more.
Are you this obnoxious in real life or just on here?
"A stern commitment to policing others' enjoyment of a mid-tier '80s rock-hip hop crossover band on the Internet" is his watchword.

> "Why is no one talking about BAD?"
> *talks about BAD*
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Re: Spot The Album

Post by Dr. Medulla » 28 Jan 2019, 7:46am

Inder wrote:
28 Jan 2019, 5:16am
"A stern commitment to policing others' enjoyment of a mid-tier '80s rock-hip hop crossover band on the Internet" is his watchword.
Late capitalism does not reward the generalist; master your tightly circumscribed niche or perish.
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Re: Spot The Album

Post by MarkyJacobs » 28 Jan 2019, 10:07am

I wish some of you had been as quick to jump on the When The Time Comes thread.

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Re: Spot The Album

Post by Inder » 28 Jan 2019, 11:21am

I'll check it out on Deezer.

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Re: Spot The Album

Post by dave202 » 28 Jan 2019, 2:02pm

Flex wrote:
27 Jan 2019, 1:42pm
"...but how you consume your music has absolutely no relation to how much you love it."
I sometimes whistle their tunes.

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Re: Spot The Album

Post by Marky Dread » 31 Jan 2019, 9:29pm

I listen to music in every format available. Spotify is great for checking out stuff that I might not normally buy. How someone listens to music is entirely up to them. I've spent thousands on music over the years. Now people can listen for a few pounds a month good for them.
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Re: Spot The Album

Post by Marky Dread » 31 Jan 2019, 9:30pm

Silent Majority wrote:
27 Jan 2019, 6:39pm
NoMoreHugh wrote:
27 Jan 2019, 11:55am
Hey Marky
I actually bought every Album on multiple formats except F-Punk and Higher Power which was straight to CD . The first album (This is) i even bought Tape , Vinyl , CD , and CD reissue but i am certain you already know that, you tease, and now i enjoy them on Spotify for £15,00 a month. I hope that makes me the winner :mrgreen:

The spotify is for ease of use i can do lots of personal compliations that are available to play where ever i am with out having to worry about multiple CDs or vinyl or any other format to listen to where ever i go with out bothering to do limited and time consuming MP3 compliations .I can listen to any album or song when ever ,where ever and what ever i like with every device with spotify installed automatically updated. There is always a direct play on there website if you have internet access as well.

Roll on F-Punk and Kool Aid, Thank you Spotify for making music so excessible.
Yeah, I've lost my Higher Power CD (bought second hand). Nice to have easy access to it.
I've got two copies of it let me know if you want one.
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Re: Spot The Album

Post by Silent Majority » 01 Feb 2019, 4:03am

Marky Dread wrote:
31 Jan 2019, 9:30pm
Silent Majority wrote:
27 Jan 2019, 6:39pm
NoMoreHugh wrote:
27 Jan 2019, 11:55am
Hey Marky
I actually bought every Album on multiple formats except F-Punk and Higher Power which was straight to CD . The first album (This is) i even bought Tape , Vinyl , CD , and CD reissue but i am certain you already know that, you tease, and now i enjoy them on Spotify for £15,00 a month. I hope that makes me the winner :mrgreen:

The spotify is for ease of use i can do lots of personal compliations that are available to play where ever i am with out having to worry about multiple CDs or vinyl or any other format to listen to where ever i go with out bothering to do limited and time consuming MP3 compliations .I can listen to any album or song when ever ,where ever and what ever i like with every device with spotify installed automatically updated. There is always a direct play on there website if you have internet access as well.

Roll on F-Punk and Kool Aid, Thank you Spotify for making music so excessible.
Yeah, I've lost my Higher Power CD (bought second hand). Nice to have easy access to it.
I've got two copies of it let me know if you want one.
Thank you very much for the offer, but I don't really use CDs, to be honest.
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Re: Spot The Album

Post by Marky Dread » 01 Feb 2019, 9:26am

Silent Majority wrote:
01 Feb 2019, 4:03am
Marky Dread wrote:
31 Jan 2019, 9:30pm
Silent Majority wrote:
27 Jan 2019, 6:39pm
NoMoreHugh wrote:
27 Jan 2019, 11:55am
Hey Marky
I actually bought every Album on multiple formats except F-Punk and Higher Power which was straight to CD . The first album (This is) i even bought Tape , Vinyl , CD , and CD reissue but i am certain you already know that, you tease, and now i enjoy them on Spotify for £15,00 a month. I hope that makes me the winner :mrgreen:

The spotify is for ease of use i can do lots of personal compliations that are available to play where ever i am with out having to worry about multiple CDs or vinyl or any other format to listen to where ever i go with out bothering to do limited and time consuming MP3 compliations .I can listen to any album or song when ever ,where ever and what ever i like with every device with spotify installed automatically updated. There is always a direct play on there website if you have internet access as well.

Roll on F-Punk and Kool Aid, Thank you Spotify for making music so excessible.
Yeah, I've lost my Higher Power CD (bought second hand). Nice to have easy access to it.
I've got two copies of it let me know if you want one.
Thank you very much for the offer, but I don't really use CDs, to be honest.
No worries mate.
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Re: Spot The Album

Post by matedog » 01 Feb 2019, 11:19am

It's also worth considering the greater carbon footprint of a physical product (particular for something that isn't inherently physical).
Look, you have to establish context for these things. And I maintain that unless you appreciate the Fall of Constantinople, the Great Fire of London, and Mickey Mantle's fatalist alcoholism, live Freddy makes no sense. If you want to half-ass it, fine, go call Simon Schama to do the appendix.

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Re: Spot The Album

Post by Flex » 01 Feb 2019, 12:21pm

matedog wrote:
01 Feb 2019, 11:19am
It's also worth considering the greater carbon footprint of a physical product (particular for something that isn't inherently physical).
That's an interesting point, although I guess we'd have to also figure out the relative carbon output for streaming services. I'm not sure how one would do that - presumably direct impacts from streaming/downloading and then trying to come to some sort of apportioned responsibility for a sliver of internet infrastructure. Intuitively, downloading/streaming seems better on the carbon footprint front, but I'd be curious how big the gap is.
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