I Bet They Look Good In The Record Store

"People are always putting albums back so we thought it would be fun to bring some forward. We did the same with Franz Ferdinand. The manufacturing went quicker than anticipated and the thinking is that the albums are going to do more good if they are in the shops rather than sat in the Domino …
"People are always putting albums back so we thought it would be fun to bring some forward. We did the same with Franz Ferdinand. The manufacturing went quicker than anticipated and the thinking is that the albums are going to do more good if they are in the shops rather than sat in the Domino warehouse for an extra week. And the sooner people can hear this incredible record the better. It’s going to be the soundtrack to 2006." So kann man es ausdrücken, wenn man Laurence Bell heißt und Chef des Labels Domino ist.
nme.com drückte es am 3. Januar so aus: "Arguably one of the most highly anticipated LPs of the year, ‚Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not‘ has hit file-sharing networkst over three weeks before it is due to appear in the shops."

Fakt ist jedoch, dass die Veröffentlichung des Debut-Albums der Arctic Monkeys nun um eine Woche vorgezogen wurde und die Platte nun schon am 20. Januar in den Plattenläden steht – dank des freitäglichen "Musiktages" außerdem drei Tage früher als in Großbritannien.

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