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Weekly Discussion Question Round Thirty Eight
Saturday, June 11, 2016 at 8:42am in Originals, Weekly Discussion Question

Weekly Discussion Question Round Thirty Eight

It’s been a while since our last weekly discussion question, but we want to get this brain wheel turning and the discussion rolling again!

Japan is said to be one of the only countries that still relies heavily on CD sales. While many Japanese artists are slowly turning to streaming services and digital downloads, visual kei remains one of the stubborn genres that opts for CDs over digital releases (with some exceptions, of course). That brings us to this week’s question:

Do you wish that more visual kei music was available for digital download or streaming? Or are you in favor of physical copies of your music? (Or both?)

And a follow-up question, if you feel like getting into some real deep discussion:

Would switching to mostly digital releases/streaming services help or harm the visual kei industry?

Feel free to weigh in with your thoughts and opinions, but make sure to keep things clean and polite!

Also check out some of our past questions and see if any of them pique your interest.

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  • DKjapanesefreak

    Personally I wouldn’t want any bands to switch to digital releases, as long as they’re not exclusively digital at least.

    I’m fully aware a lot of people prefer digital releases, since it’s easy, cheaper and a lot faster to get “your hands on it”, so it’d probably help the bands to have their nationwide releases go digital at least.

    But I want my CD’s, I want something to physically grab and admire, that’s half the fun of buying music for me.

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