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I am so hoping for a big giant flat panel TV in my brown Big Oven-roasted Critter!
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What's the point of buying a box set if the discs come in cheesy paper sleeves?
(Here comes a rant. Sorry Woot, I know this isn't your fault.)
I don't normally pirate music. However, if I'm going to buy something I want it to be a good album, and I expect to get a little more for the money. Album art, physical media, and a case are all that you get for fifteen bucks, and even that is a stretch to justify. Granted, these are much less expensive, but I don't really see a point to collecting albums in cheap packaging. After all, if you don't care about that part, why not get it for free?
The same thing put me off from getting the Pink Floyd discography from a few months ago... and my girlfriend was ready to buy me that one as a Christmas gift!
For what it's worth, Radiohead is a good band with a unique sound, and the one album of theirs that I own (OK Computer) is pretty good.
ONE OF THESE DAYS, I'M GOING TO CUT YOU INTO LITTLE PIECES.
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I'm really split on this. Yes, it's a boxed set. Yes, it's pretty cool. But there are no rarities, EPs, or previously unreleased materials. I already have half of their albums and it's not worth the money for me.
If you are getting started on Radiohead, though... go for it.
Decided my signature is obnoxious.
Have two lines instead.