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Green Day Selling Cassette Collection

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Nov 28, 2016.

  1. Melody Bot

    Your friendly little forum bot. Staff Member

  2. Sal Paradise


    I'm not really down with the cassette trend that has been popping up, but this is a cool way to do it. Still haven't listened to their new album, I need to get on that.
  3. Tata Toothy


    This is kind of cool, I would never spend 250 on it, but this is the best cassette box set I've seen
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  4. Bayside 182

    Wolverine Supporter

    Cool idea. Is this a working boombox?


  6. Orla

    little old lady Prestigious

    Idk why it wouldn't be
  7. joey-wan kenobi

    Happiness is a warm gun mama

  8. kidinthebushes


  9. ARo24


    I still have my Dookie cassette from when I was a kid. Don't really see the appeal for this kind of stuff now days though.
  10. CyberInferno

    Line below my username Supporter

    Agreed. There's not even a way to argue that it's "better" like people do with analog formats. It's a technically shittier digital format.
  11. Sal Paradise


    Right!?! It also loses the artwork argument.
  12. TedSchmosby


    It's certainly not practical, but it's a damn cool novelty item
  13. Former Planets


    No Shenanigans no care. But then again, yes Shenanigans no care.
  14. [removed]

    Trusted Prestigious

    So punk (but seriously pretty cool if you're a fan)
  15. dzyjay


    Yea this is super cool but $250 is too much unfortunately. Stoked to see them in march with against me! though.
    Turkeylegz likes this.


    I agree it's awesome but most people who buy cassettes already have a player. I would much rather have the boxset and not the boom box.

    It is cool for someone who doesn't have one though
  17. kpatrickwood

    Give what you can.

    Pro tip- you can snag a boom box pretty similar to that one, and probably at least 5 of those albums on cassette at your local Goodwill store for $20 out the door.