>There are people on this board that steal music
How do you fucking pirates live with yourselves? Every time you illegally download an album you're LITTERALLY stealing from the artist. Maybe you forget that there's a living, breathing person behind the music you claim to love so much? And I fucking know exactly what you pieces of shit are going to reply.
>b-but artists don't need MY money
Do you think musicians don't have fucking bills to pay? Do you think artists don't have to eat? Pic goddamn related, just bought this album and supported one of the greatest artists alive. If you gave a shit you'd do the same. I know better than to expect as much from most of you. You pieces of human trash have no respect for the musician, and it makes me sick to my stomach that I have to share a board with you.
holy shit fucking kill yourself
>reselling art you "cherish"
dude fucking stop
that album should mean something to you personally, not based on how much it costs on ebay
its not like theyll stop reprinting it after hes dead now lmao
Its going for at least 250 on Ebay right now. Once the hype dies down it will probs be worth around 100 bucks. Bowie would probably want you to fucking listen to his album instead of profiting off his death so i would listen to it in honor of him.
It's because of people like you who think they're too good to buy music that you only hear lowest-common-deomninator shit on the radio. I'd be surprised if Bowie can even afford to make another album after this one with all the fucking piracy I'm seeing. Smdh
do you see the packaging? the soft shell case the shitty print quality. youde thnk they would have put more time into making it look presentable. maybe that shits ok for a 15 year olds garage rock first demo to try to send to labels but as a mass produced album? thats just cutting corners and demanding the most profit imaginable. print it at the lowest cost. in total i bet that costed less than 20cents to print when mass produced.
>people were literally stealing money from a dying man
i just bought it because i like vinyl records and had a barnes and noble gift card so I got the clear version because its cool
I look at like this, if people are willing to pay $300 dollars for it then they probably care about the physical part of the album more than I do because I would not pay that much for it
so me not selling it is like me paying $300 for it
I will always have the music and that is the most important part and will most likely buy the regular version after selling the clear version
also if someone is willing to pay a lot of money for it then they clearly 'cherish' it more than me
My current set up is HD600 + O2+ODAC
If I bought all my music I would spend enough to get the HD800S or some Audeze.
>>muh audio quality is better on black vinyl
is that true?
I got my clear copy by going to barnes and noble website and looking at in store pickup and then reserving a copy
I reserved sunday night/early sunday morning when I heard the news
they will hold it for a few days and you pay when you pick it up