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honolulustarbright16

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  1. I didn't say every CD. Most don't last more than 5 years. There are numerous articles on this.
  2. The Zeppelin DVD released in '03 is not currently available on blu-ray. And from what I've read (I could be wrong), blank CD's that are meant for burning lose their playing ability after a certain amount of time. I do have my music on a portable hard drive but I am always skeptical about their longevity as well, thus why I prefer physical copies.
  3. I have the deluxe editions in my iTunes library (they're worth it) but I would also like a CD copy (of the original albums) in case my computer dies, just so I have a backup. If I were financially comfortable, I would just buy all of the deluxe box sets and we wouldn't even need this conversation. As far as video material, something besides TSRTS on blu-ray please. I understand there isn't a lot of live material (I like that actually, it adds to their myth/legend), I just think the video that is out there should be updated for the times as well.
  4. Does anyone know if all of the remasters will be put together and sold in a box set, like the remasters in '93? I'm trying to decide if I want to wait and see or just buy the albums now. (Don't worry fans, I have all the albums already) Also, any possibility of concert releases? Not just vinyl/CD but DVD and/or blu-ray. I would love to see Royal Albert Hall '70 on blu.
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