In my digital music collection, I have some albums where I only like two or three songs and the rest is total garbage. In the past, I always deleted those other songs to save space. But somehow, I regret it now. I feel like an album is like an atomic unit, a piece of art as a whole, and you just shouldn't cut it apart. How do you feel about that, and how do you deal with that issue? I'm really keen on hearing some other opinions as this decision has bothered me for some weeks now.
I even keep data sessions on EnhancedCDs.
Quote from: Porcus on 15 April, 2013, 03:26:49 PMI even keep data sessions on EnhancedCDs.Really?
There should have been an image format for true copying of EnhancedCDs.
Quote from: Porcus on 15 April, 2013, 03:26:49 PMI even keep data sessions on EnhancedCDs.Really? I even hesitated removing duplicates (having tracks in a regular albums as well as in a compilation, exactly the same recording), I only delete songs I don't like when it's a compilation, not when it's an album.
I keep all songs. Space is cheap. And there are albums I hated 30 years ago, that have become favorites. Taste can change. And my musical taste has broadened and matured over time.
I kinda have this idiotic idea in my head, that I should hold on to a good rip of a CD, so I can care for it should the last original hardware copy ever vanish off the face of the earth...