How much are you willing to pay for your music love!

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Addicted

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Well...
I am sure all of us are music fans (duh! thatz why we all are here)... so just a simple question How much are you willing to pay for your music love ? .. well as for me.. i pau almost 10% of my income in all these tech. stuff and music takes about 2% of that... so itz a major factor in my expenditures.. (excluding the amount of CD's and DVD's i load in)

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TheFron

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I listen to what I like, but I rarely buy CDs unless almost everything on there is great, otherwise I just have the specific song. But i like a lot of just single songs so thats what I'd put on my mp3 player.

But damn near all of my money goes into DVDs, and games :rolleyes:
 

nicekid

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hmm loads.. i always must have the latest cds n stuff.. though i'm trying to cut down to avoid digging my own financial grave.. :p
 

Addicted

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TheFron said:
I listen to what I like, but I rarely buy CDs unless almost everything on there is great, otherwise I just have the specific song. But i like a lot of just single songs so thats what I'd put on my mp3 player.

But damn near all of my money goes into DVDs, and games :rolleyes:
hehe same here... even i spend loads.. and eventually get scolded by my parents for being irresponsible :( .. but i guess i make the maximum out of it... bu ti have a problem.. i just buy everything which seems to look good... but my parents feel that i am overspending :(
 
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You pay lot.. why not wait 2 years and the cd will cost 60% less :) thats true. Sometimes I buy from the internet and much cheaper then buying a cd with cupple songs u like in it.
 

Savannah

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I have a great love of music and would spend every dollar that I have if I didn't have bills. I would have to say that I spend about 100 a month on tech products and music.
 

Jamal

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I live for music and I would be willing to pay just about anything to have it available to me. I could not imagine a world without music and that is what saddens me about some schools being forced to cut their music programs.
 

techie

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Well since I am on a tight budget I have to watch what I spend on things that are not necessary to buy. I love to have all of the music that I love on CD's but it just gets too expensive so I usually go to Walmart.com - Always Low Prices! and download there for $.88 per song.
 

razz

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Yes! thats were i get my songs also, walmart is great, and i just found this out not too long ago, and to think i was spending a lot on my music,lol, but if there is an album or song i cant get then i will spend anything to get it.
 

Ebony

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I usually just wait for my brother to by a CD that I like and I will make a copy for myself. It really saves me a lot of money and since him and I have the same music tastes he always has what I am looking for.
 

Appleboy

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Music to my ears should be FREE! Pandora FtW!
 

Santa

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I use Rhapsody. Most of the stuff I want to listen to is there and a bunch of stuff I might not otherwise listen to.

I do the all you can eat for three devices. $13/mo for music for me, my wife, and my son.
 

AdrianCubed

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Seriously can we stop digging threads up from yesteryear?!

This was from 2006... throw it away.
 
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