Blur - The Magic Whip mp3 download 4.99 @ 7digital.com
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Blur - The Magic Whip mp3 download 4.99 @ 7digital.com

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Found 26th Apr 2015
Good price for new album released tomorrow. Also cd quality flac for 7.99.

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If the first song released is anything to go buy, it may be a pile of poo....

No, heard already and not great, avoid.

Great album

Frankie Boyle got it right.

"Blur. A cheese making c**t; a new labour c**t; a fake cockney c**t; and a c**t."

andysmoore

Frankie Boyle got it right. "Blur. A cheese making c**t; a new labour … Frankie Boyle got it right. "Blur. A cheese making c**t; a new labour c**t; a fake cockney c**t; and a c**t."




And Frankie Boyle?....

oh yeah, a humourless c**t.
Edited by: "JohnnyUtah" 26th Apr 2015

andysmoore

Frankie Boyle got it right. "Blur. A cheese making c**t; a new labour … Frankie Boyle got it right. "Blur. A cheese making c**t; a new labour c**t; a fake cockney c**t; and a c**t."



lol

This is a great price for a brand new album (£9.49 elsewhere so a definite "hot" vote). I remember paying £13 for their 'Blur' album on its day of release in 1997 and so it's strange how quickly we've taken for granted that music will be cheap.

That said, I've had a listen and can't hear anything that they haven't done before, and especially since this thread has appeared, I'm spoilt for choice:

hotukdeals.com/dea…845

I might finally buy Bill Withers: Still Bill, if I don't get distracted by other albums, which keeps happening each time it's on offer.

Good point about falling prices of music. It's been cannibalised by digital: piracy, streaming "all you can eat" services, and of course official paid downloads. These days bands make their real money from live shows (Blur @ £170, plus booking fees, for two people at Hyde Park this summer -- no thanks).

BruisedRomantic

I remember paying £13 for their 'Blur' album on its day of release in … I remember paying £13 for their 'Blur' album on its day of release in 1997.



Did you also pay £13 for their '13' album ? (_;)

ClubAnthems

Good point about falling prices of music. It's been cannibalised by … Good point about falling prices of music. It's been cannibalised by digital: piracy, streaming "all you can eat" services, and of course official paid downloads. These days bands make their real money from live shows (Blur @ £170, plus booking fees, for two people at Hyde Park this summer -- no thanks).Did you also pay £13 for their '13' album ? (_;)



I might have even paid more as I got the limited edition white box version. My brother went down on the day of release and bought us both a copy. I still have mine unplayed (we just used his), including the little white polythene bag they packaged it in in HMV. Must be worth a fortune now. I just need to pick my retirement island and then I'll cash it in.

It's definitely my least favourite Blur album anyway but that might be a consequence of the previous one being my favourite and so my expectations were too high, and also my tastes were changing by 1999 (although I do still like Think Tank).

Good price by 7Digital. I note that the Amazon pricing of The Magic Whip is nonsensical --

£8.99 for CD + MP3, or
£9.89 for MP3 only

i.e. at Amazon, pay MORE and get LESS

Plus physical CDs are more valuable to consumer as CDs can be resold second hand... making Amazon's pricing levels (at time of writing) even more ludicrous.
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