Below you will find the Top 10 Reasons Why Digipaks Stink Like Monkey Poop. Enjoy.
- Digipaks crease, ding and tear VERY EASILY, even with delicate handling.
- Even before you buy the damn digipak version off the retail shelf, it’s already dinged, creased or torn. That’s bullshit.
- Guess what happens while taking the plastic wrap off of a digipak? You ding it. That’s insane bullshit.
- It takes patience and skill to get the damn CD and liner notes out of the digipak sleeve. After doing so, the cardboard sleeve is dinged from your fingernails; not to mention the liner notes took a nasty beating too.
- Digipaks get CRUSHED when stacked underneath a pile of CD jewel cases. Hell, a couple of magazines can crush a digipak. Again, that’s bullshit.
This is NO laughing matter!!!
- A digipak has NO defense against any liquid. At least a CD jewel case has a freaking fighting chance in protecting the liner notes and CD itself. Trust me, I know ALL about that one.
- If you wanted to bury your digipak in the ground, for safekeeping, the life expectancy of the cardboard is 4 weeks. That’s intense bullshit.
- A damaged CD jewel case can be easily replaced. A damaged digipak stalks your music collection, like the uninvited pain-in-the-ass that nobody gives a shit about. Do not get alarmed, for the respective CD and liner notes will always find themselves a new home inside a spare and cozy… jewel case.
- Just opening and closing a digipak automatically CREASES the spine; not to mention leaving visible fingerprints all over the cardboard. That is unreal bullshit.
- Purchasing a used CD as a digipak version is never a fun moment. The digipak 99.9% of the time is so freaking mishandled, dinged and worn; not to mention the disease ridden bacteria that has probably been absorbed by the cardboard itself. Yay. Um, bullshit.
Special thanks for the inspiration of this post goes to Scott Coverdale.
LONG LIVE CD JEWEL CASES.
LONG LIVE MONKEYS AND NOT THEIR POOP.