Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I Am, Thats What I'm Not
 (2006)
Alternative Rock

In Collection
#2858

0*
CDR    13 tracks  (41:22) 
   01   The View From The Afternoon             03:40
   02   I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor             02:55
   03   Fake Tales Of San Francisco             03:00
   04   Dancing Shoes             02:23
   05   You Probably Couldn't See For The Lights, But You Were Looking Straight At Me             02:12
   06   Still Take You Home             02:55
   07   Riot Van             02:17
   08   Red Light Indicates Doors Are Secured             02:25
   09   Mardy Bum             02:57
   10   Perhaps Vampires Is A Bit Strong             04:30
   11   When The Sun Goes Down             03:22
   12   From The Ritz To The Rubble             03:15
   13   A Certain Romance             05:31
Personal Details
Purchase Date 28/01/2013
Price £0.40
Store Cash Generator (Hartlepool)
Location Ikea Box 2
Details
Packaging Jewel Case
Spars DDD
Sound Stereo
Notes
It would appear I've been the victim of an awful scam with this one. It's listed in the CD-R category, as it is, indeed a CD-R. Purchased from Cash Generator, in the merry old town of Hartlepool It would appear they don't check their CDs before selling them on

They always "seal" the cases of CDs, via means of the impenetrable membrane known as "sellotape". Yeah, I could peel it off to check each CD before I buy it, but that would look even more shady than buying a dodgy CD. The case appears to be structurally sound, meaning that someone slapped the case in their pocket, walked out of a shop with it, and then burned the CD to match the afore-mentioned pinched case.

Of course, there's no proof to any of the above, therefore, I'd like to believe that the original CD that was housed in this box somehow met a bitter end, and the owner simply made a backup of the CD. Now, many people exchange their CDs after they've finished listening to them (me excluded), so I'm hoping that the oginal owner forgot this was a CD-R, and exchanged it anyway. That's my excuse, and I'm sticking to it.