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PermanentTourists 09/12/12 01:32 PM

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Originally Posted by Your Milkshake (Post 112912182)
You think they should essentially pay two companies to follow through with manufacturing (back up plan). You think they didnt follow proper protocol in accordance to how soon they "shipped to the plant." And on top of that, now the product should be free of charge. Yeah okay....

Whats that popular saying? In a perfect world something, something unlimited funds


Not what I said. You don't pay for the backup plan until you have to. If they had gotten the stuff to the plant sooner they would have had time to fix it. And yes of course they/the plant have to pay for the mistake It's not the fans fault. It's unlucky but it's how shit works

Your Milkshake 09/12/12 01:38 PM

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Originally Posted by Kyle Pedersen (Post 112914662)
Not what I said. You don't pay for the backup plan until you have to. If they had gotten the stuff to the plant sooner they would have had time to fix it. And yes of course they/the plant have to pay for the mistake It's not the fans fault. It's unlucky but it's how shit works

Yes, the plant should have to pay for wasted materials. The music should not however be free to fans out of the bands pocket for third party mistakes.

ghsNICK! 09/12/12 01:52 PM

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Originally Posted by Your Milkshake (Post 112914602)
There was more to your last post than that but, I understand what you said in this post. I would maintain that it makes no difference if you pay for something now or later if you are to own it. I guess thats sort of an opinion.

It does make a difference. It makes the company and band meet their release date times instead of being 2+ weeks late.

PermanentTourists 09/12/12 01:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Your Milkshake (Post 112914882)
Yes, the plant should have to pay for wasted materials. The music should not however be free to fans out of the bands pocket for third party mistakes.


It's not free. The people paid for it

ship of fools 09/12/12 02:07 PM

It doesn't happen often, but music videos sometimes are the catalyst behind me getting into an album. So far this album has 0 appeal to me, no matter how much I want to like it. Hopefully some visuals will help.

Your Milkshake 09/12/12 02:36 PM

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Originally Posted by Kyle Pedersen (Post 112915892)
It's not free. The people paid for it

No, the people are not being asked to pay extra for a manufacturing mistake.

Your Milkshake 09/12/12 02:39 PM

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Originally Posted by ghsNICK! (Post 112915552)
It does make a difference. It makes the company and band meet their release date times instead of being 2+ weeks late.

Initially your original post had a lot of ignorant things to say. However, I agree with what you have to say above, but disagree that it is inherently the bands fault.

thesollopsist 09/12/12 04:15 PM

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Originally Posted by darkjak22 (Post 112890772)
Am I the only one who thinks Suitcase is the worst song on the record? Sharp Practice should be the first single, imho.

It's my least favourite on the whole album.