Since I have Spotify Premium I have bought an album except for Avrils. BUT I buy albums if it's a new artist and if I like her/his/their music. I think it's important to show support to new and/or independet artists. I wouldnt buy Britney Spears, Rihanna, Katy Perry etc. because they have more than enough money and they dont need mine. Pink was an exception, I bought her You+Me-album because I wanted to show support to this special project.
I buy all albums from Avril because I'm a huge fan. There is no logic behind that
I dont buy albums from big srars like Rihanna etc. because I listen to it on spotify which I pay for. Artists dont get a lot of money from CDs, its mostly the label. If I want to support Artists (not even with my streaming on spotify), I visit their concerts.
Post by Falling Into History on Aug 25, 2015 19:58:26 GMT
When I was younger, I would buy CD's even if I only liked a few songs, but I no longer do that because I end up giving albums to others. For example, I bought Monkey Business by BEP when I was in middle school and later decided that they really weren't the type of band I was in to, so I gave it to my mom. Mostly I listen to the album on youtube before I decide to buy the album now. I actually just did that with Talking Dreams by Echosmith. One of my favorite Digitals I bought. The other reason I buy albums from artists is if I listen to them a lot with my friends or sisters and their music grew on me. Fifth Harmony is this example. My sisters are HUGE FH fans, and I listen to a lot of their songs such as Worth It, Don't Wanna Dance Alone, ect. and bought a digital copy of Reflection when I bought Talking Dreams