bitesize.beats at gmail.com
Fri Apr 11 14:08:55 PDT 2008
hmmm... doesn't look like the album is even out in europe after all. no
mention of the planet mu release on amazon or play or most online shops.
boomkat (my usual online record shop of choice) are listing it as shipping
in 7 days.
and to top it off, amazon have told me that the US version is 'out of
stock' and they'll mail me when it comes in! how can it be out of stock when
you never had it in stock?!? now i can't find anywhere to buy a US or UK
this is a bit ridiculous.
On 09/04/2008, JJTar <tarjason at msu.edu> wrote:
> It's enough to drive a man crazy!
> Exactly, and I'd like to know why. I mean, MBM isn't some new act that is
> powerless to the whims of label execs.... Instead, they are some 20+ year
> vets that should be able to have control over how their work is released.
> You'd think that would mean they'd set the artwork and tracklisting, and
> release it as such. This "add on an extra track to bring in more repeat
> sales" is a bit amateur-ish, I think. I am curious how it all occured. (Did
> Jack really not care how the final product was released? If not, that seems
> kind of sad and if so, then which is the "jack-approved"
> Thank goodness for things like Bleep, sure will make this easier to
> hear/get all tracks, but it shouldn't have been an issue in the first
> (As for Pietro's suggestion of buy 'em all like they were Pokemon cards,
> perhaps when I was younger and had more discretionary income, but those days
> are pretty far back. Now their is child care and retirement and college
> funds and mortgages and and and ... yep.)
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