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Fri, 07 Apr 2006

Television's Greatest Hits: 70s & 80s
Jeez, what a rip!

What's he ranting about?, I hear you cry. Okay, I don't actually hear that. And even if I did, and could, it's at least a few days between when I write this stuff and anybody sees it. So unless I have a portal through time (and judging by the performance of my stock portfolio, I don't), I couldn't possibly be hearing you say much of anything. But I digress.

I'm a child of television. So when I encountered the first of these Television's Greatest Hits CDs, I was in heaven. And now they're here on the iTMS. But not in a good way. 'Cause you see, what I probably paid fourteen or fifteen dollars for back in the mists of early CDdom (or CDness, if you prefer) isn't what you get for $11.99. No, this album is a tiny fraction of the original, with a mere eighteen of the original disc's sixty-five (count 'em!) tracks.

Do you still wonder at my rantitude? I'm thinking not. (Which, contrary to stories I've heard, were not Rene Descartes' last words. Although they should have been.)

Television's Greatest Hits: 70s & 80s
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