19:24 - !J.O.O.E.! Not since my course as much, however I often buy books with the intention of reading them and never do. I have dozens waiting for me.
19:24 - Ilham Interesting article on all this; a keynote speech from the man behind Shellac: [link]
19:23 - Zaphod Joe, I thought you didn't read? Ilham, the only record stores in Belgium these days are indie, all the major ones also went bankrupt :P well, we still have Fnac and Media Markt, but those aren't Belgian.
19:22 - flightoficarus86 Bottom line, I can't afford to pay $20 per album with all that I listen to.
19:21 - Ilham And Virgin France died, we're left with one big chain, one smaller, that sells new cds, and the rest is small indie stores that function the same way they have since decades, with small labels and mostly second hand. We're hipster
19:21 - !J.O.O.E.! I usually go to Amazon for books. PLenty at £0.01 (but have like £2.50 postage)
19:21 - Zaphod It probably comes down to Belgians being idiots then. As it always does.
01. Wolf To The Moon 02. Cold Hearted Woman 03. Hunting Humans (Insatiable) 04. Stand And Fight 05. Ariel 06. Too Late For Tears 07. Black Masquerade 08. Silence 09. Hall Of The Mountain King 10. Still I'm Sad 11. Emotional Crime [Japanese bonus]
Stranger In Us All is the last Rainbow album after a 12-year hiatus. Ritchie Blackmore surprises every fan in a comeback album with a completely different lineup. For most of the fans of Rainbow this album is the worst in the band's discography because it didn't have any of the Rainbow features or any of the instrumental masterpieces that Blackmore was so known for.