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Either vinyl or streaming for me.
I usually only buy CD's of Artists I really like. But on the whole not usually.
Yep, I've got a bookcase full of about 400 - 500. I usually only buy the special editions or if I see an out of print one second hand, or if it's one of my favourite bands/artists I'll always support them.
I've owned maybe 20-30 music CDs since my birth in the very late 80's. A few years ago i ripped all music I hadn't already ripped and gave away the CDs as they were just taking up space. Digital has always been the way to go for me. If an album or track wasn't available as a download I simply wouldn't get it. Fortunately most music is available for download one way or another.

Also, I usually only buy music from smaller or unknown artists, when I have money to spare of course, and pirate the rest if possible.
I lived in a country where the music industry is not as big as in the US/UK, so everytime there is a local artist with a music worth to buy the CD, then I will support him/her by buying their CD.

Meanwhile, everytime there is a US/UK artist, I thought that they already have enough money, so I prefer to download their CDs instead.
Is it a terrible thing to rip classical music from libraries?
(Aug 11, 2014, 21:20 pm)RobertX Wrote: [ -> ]Is it a terrible thing to rip classical music from libraries?

No, it's not. Angel
I do all the time esp when amazon has then on sell
ouff, i can't remember the last time i bough a music cd in stores, for me i think it's just a big waste of space....
NO , i'm not buy !!
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