no, but i've got other albums from them & they have full booklets. it'd be weird if for some reason they each had an album that was just a simple paper thing.
anyway, Tower Records was big so they had a wide selection of music in general. HMV's like Tower Records. just that the one in Orchard Road is spread out on 3 floors so they've probably got the widest selection.
Do you know what the full inner sleeves for those albums are?
Yeah! I remember going to a mall and asking where Tower Records are and it wasn't there anymore. :lol: What did Tower Records have, actually?
I suppose Malaysians don't really buy CDs... Download, perhaps? But even then, most of them listen to the mainstream hip-hop stuff and Bieber... Not that I hate Bieber.
I have yet to go Singapore. Gosh, I keep hearing about HMV, is it that good?
Hmm... I have Mika's 2nd album, Malaysian edition, but the booklet is pretty thick. Contains pictures and stuff. How are the imported ones like?
They do actually, but not a lot. The less known ones can't exactly be found. I suppose we could order it from the counter... :\
So cheapppp! RM20 concert woots.
RM200 is average I guess. :\ I haven't been to a gig before.
Yeah. We're kind stingy haha. It's that expensive? Just to see Glambert? I don't even think he writes his own songs.
Some CDs can be expensive. I want one CD at the moment and it costs around RM64. Averagely a CD would cost from RM40-RM50, and my allowance is RM50. :\
Hey, I'll reply tomorrow okay? It's 2am here now. If I don't respond to it, please remind me.
Btw, I just thought of this. You like both U2 and SP, and SP supports U2 live. Does that mean you get to see both bands if you go to a U2 gig?