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April 16, 2008

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Ralph A. Miriello

Amen to that my friend!

Lost & Sound

What I miss most when downloading music is the missing booklet. When I buy a CD - especially reissues - I'm likely to get a booklet with at least some information: credits, dates, some photos, maybe some background information and so on. This is the big advantage that the CD holds over downloads.

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