[Powderworks] ultimate clip collection misprint
blackwood_michael at hotmail.com
Thu Nov 4 09:11:48 MST 2004
Back in 1994 I bought 54-40's album "Smilin' Buddha Cabaret", but the disk,
though stamped appropriately, actually contained freaky jazz! I just
returned it to the nearest CD store and exchanged it, no reciept, no
>From: Chris Graham <wcgraham at shaw.ca>
>To: Jurriaan <thunder7 at xs4all.nl>
>CC: powderworks at cs.colorado.edu
>Subject: Re: [Powderworks] ultimate clip collection misprint
>Date: Wed, 03 Nov 2004 12:38:10 -0700
>I would definitely contact the manufacturer, they ought to be able to get
>you a proper copy if such a thing exists and copies are available.
>Hopefully they won't worry about the receipt / original ownership, as long
>as you supply the bum copy.
>A friend of mine once bought a copy of REM's "Out Of Time" (when it was
>released); the packaging and disc printing were as expected, but the disc
>contained a totally different album (country music? I don't remember).
>Don't know what he did with it, though.
>It makes you wonder how many people had the same surprise.
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