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Why I Dislike Ordering CDs From The US

Posted by Queen of Liars , in Music Apr 19 2013 · 417 views

These bloody stickers on the top of the case.
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I don't know if it's just me, but I can never take them off without them tearing and they always leave marks on the case.
It's becoming my biggest pet peeve in terms of CDs. I mean, why are they even there, other than to be annoying? The bar code is already on the back of the CD, and new CDs are wrapped anyway :shrugs:

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I actually believe it's a type of anti-stealing tool. To prevent would-be thieves from opening it up and pocketing the disc. 


 That's what I think it's for, anyways. 

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Queen of Liars
Apr 19 2013 04:01 PM

That would make sense, but the cases are already sealed in shrinkwrap so I don't see how the sticker makes a difference there.

Here in the UK you would only ever see stickers like that on second-hand copies. And at least our stickers come off cleanly.

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i bought that same album at Target a few months ago and it didn't have the tape thing on top (though it was sealed in shrinkwrap)


but that might've just been an anomaly ('cuz i usually get imported CD's, or just buy albums on iTunes)

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Shrinkwrap is easy to pull off though, and easier to hide.

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