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I'm afraid I have an issue with the semantic aspect of the use of 'rare'. When would you call a track which is up on youtube rare? I believe 'unreleased' would be a better alternative. In the digital age physical releases can still be rare, but music? One digital copy equals limitless copies.

 

Anyways, back to the Silent Hill soundtrack. Which is a good thing, btw. Because, to be honest, I'm getting a little tired of all the recent Steinvord speculation.

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I'm afraid I have an issue with the semantic aspect of the use of 'rare'. When would you call a track which is up on youtube rare? I believe 'unreleased' would be a better alternative. In the digital age physical releases can still be rare, but music? One digital copy equals limitless copies.

 

Anyways, back to the Silent Hill soundtrack. Which is a good thing, btw. Because, to be honest, I'm getting a little tired of all the recent I'm Bored Specultion

 

It's more fun, with a pun.

 

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I'm afraid I have an issue with the semantic aspect of the use of 'rare'. When would you call a track which is up on youtube rare? I believe 'unreleased' would be a better alternative. In the digital age physical releases can still be rare, but music? One digital copy equals limitless copies.

 

Anyways, back to the Silent Hill soundtrack. Which is a good thing, btw. Because, to be honest, I'm getting a little tired of all the recent Steinvord speculation.

 

Rare, relatively. As in, it wasn't on youtube until I uploaded it last night and the only other instance of it I could find was in a random mixcloud mix. And also the fact that most would not have heard it.

 

As for it being in the Silent Hill 3 Sountrack, I'd like some proof of that, because to me this track feels undoubtedly steinvordian.

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I'm afraid I have an issue with the semantic aspect of the use of 'rare'. When would you call a track which is up on youtube rare? I believe 'unreleased' would be a better alternative. In the digital age physical releases can still be rare, but music? One digital copy equals limitless copies.

 

Anyways, back to the Silent Hill soundtrack. Which is a good thing, btw. Because, to be honest, I'm getting a little tired of all the recent Steinvord speculation.

 

Rare, relatively. As in, it wasn't on youtube until I uploaded it last night and the only other instance of it I could find was in a random mixcloud mix. And also the fact that most would not have heard it.

 

As for it being in the Silent Hill 3 Sountrack, I'd like some proof of that, because to me this track feels undoubtedly steinvordian.

 

 

So thanks to you it stopped being rare! =D

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