Buying CD's

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Re: Buying CD's

Post by Sega2006 » Mon Jan 14, 2019 7:36 pm

I'm the polar oppisite to my age group, I hate downloads and prefer a physical copy as I'm always of the mind set of what happens if its lost by accident and the service has gone tits up.
I'll use youtube sometimes like a jukebox when I'm at home but I'm usually driving when out and the M3 has an unfinished nav conversion in it so can't attach anything.
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Re: Buying CD's

Post by psj3809 » Fri Jan 18, 2019 11:41 am

Mentioned it before but all this 'what happens if the service goes tits up' i wouldnt worry about. Far more important things to worry about than that, Apple/Spotify arent going anywhere

Just got a new car and i thought there wasnt a CD player (as its all bluetooth). Found it tucked away deep in the glove compartment !

I just think back to my dad with the 'why do you need 1000 channels' when Sky arrived but was soon converted. Granddads avoiding tapes as records sounded better etc. I dont want to sound like that !

Happy to go with the latest tech ! (He says on a retro gaming forum !)

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