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Old 21-12-10, 04:40 AM
seagull seagull is offline
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Wear your music on your lapels...

This would have been very popular in the late 70's when everyone wore badges depicting their favourite band/album/single etc...

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Old 21-12-10, 05:08 AM
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Yes, I can see those selling in the dozens.

Why? Surely the people who are that desperate to let everyone know what they're listening to buy those little ipods?
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Old 21-12-10, 06:11 AM
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No, I think it's a brilliant idea. It's all very well DLing music, great until you are bored on a journey, then what? This allows you to see an album in a shop, petrol station, clothes shop, anywhere, buy it and listen to it there and then.

It might even work as a crossover sale in say a fast food outlet. You like the music that's playing, it's on special offer at £x, or if you buy it with a ShiteMeal it's only £y.
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Old 21-12-10, 06:17 AM
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No, I think it's a brilliant idea. It's all very well DLing music, great until you are bored on a journey, then what? This allows you to see an album in a shop, petrol station, clothes shop, anywhere, buy it and listen to it there and then.
I have an ipod with 50 gazillion songs on it; it's not generally an issue. I don't imagine I'm alone in this.
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Old 21-12-10, 07:16 AM
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No, I think it's a brilliant idea. It's all very well DLing music, great until you are bored on a journey, then what? This allows you to see an album in a shop, petrol station, clothes shop, anywhere, buy it and listen to it there and then.
And then the next week it can be added to the landfill.

Hurray for progress.
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Old 21-12-10, 07:48 AM
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Wearing Badges Is Not Enough In Days Like These (B.Bragg esq)
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Old 21-12-10, 09:38 AM
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Wearing Badges Is Not Enough In Days Like These (B.Bragg esq)
On the contrary , my Smirks Against Travolta badge almost brought Hollywood to its knees in 1978 ...or I may just be imagining that.

http://thesmirks.com/travolta.shtml

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Old 22-12-10, 12:56 AM
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On the contrary , my Smirks Against Travolta badge almost brought Hollywood to its knees in 1978 ...or I may just be imagining that.

http://thesmirks.com/travolta.shtml

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