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Where do you get your music?


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I listen to most of my music on Spotify, or if I want to watch the videos for the music I will listen to them on YouTube. This is also where I get new music as I find it easier to locate them  than Spotify.

Where do you get your music? Is anyone here old school and collects CD or vinyl? 

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On 8/20/2022 at 2:14 PM, ZandraJoi said:

I'm old-fashioned. Compact Discs. We find them at garage sales for cheap. We then download them to the computer then re-sell them in our own garage sale.

I used to get most of my music this way. Hell, I used to play on Vinyl records as well haha. But over the years, I have turned to making use of Spotify and it's not a bad music streaming service. 

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On 6/30/2023 at 4:00 AM, Heatman said:

I used to get most of my music this way. Hell, I used to play on Vinyl records as well haha. But over the years, I have turned to making use of Spotify and it's not a bad music streaming service. 

Vinyl records have made a comeback! I'm a bit surprised as the majority of people have music on their phones.

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On 7/1/2023 at 3:32 PM, ZandraJoi said:

Vinyl records have made a comeback! I'm a bit surprised as the majority of people have music on their phones.

Yeah, I completely agree that Vinyl records have made a good comeback. 

The reason why most people have music on their smartphone is because it's more convenient to play while on the go. 

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