These are my favorite kind of bad review in the world. It combines ignorance (not taking 10 seconds to figure out that maybe “Bohemian Rhapsody” is in volume 1) with sweeping condemnation (she doesn’t blame the band or record label but Amazon, who should really be checking to make sure that every CD they distribute features a band’s greatest hit). I’m a little surprised she didn’t take it to the next level and blame CDs or perhaps music itself (“I will never buy music again.. VERY VERY DISAPPOINTED”).
Apr 7, 2012 / 21 notes

These are my favorite kind of bad review in the world. It combines ignorance (not taking 10 seconds to figure out that maybe “Bohemian Rhapsody” is in volume 1) with sweeping condemnation (she doesn’t blame the band or record label but Amazon, who should really be checking to make sure that every CD they distribute features a band’s greatest hit). I’m a little surprised she didn’t take it to the next level and blame CDs or perhaps music itself (“I will never buy music again.. VERY VERY DISAPPOINTED”).

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Source: amazon.com

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