Please forgive me!! As an exchange student, I received only 80,000 yen scholarship per month. I was poor!!! m(_ _)m
When I started listening to Spitz, I thought it was fine for me to buy only singles. I thought there were probably not many good tracks in their albums. Thus, I bought a bunch of singles from second hand CD stores (at least ten of them). Compared to new ones which cost more than 1,000 yen each, the second hand singles are often sold 100~300 yen. It is a very good deal to me. (U know, I was poor!)
I really love those singles, and then I started wondering how their songs in the albums are like. By the time I started looking for their old albums, they have already released "Fake Fur", their nine album. Well, I think you can image how many old CDs I needed to buy. I tried to limit the number of CDs that I planned to buy by asking my friends' opinion. They all gave me different answer. Some of them said "Hachimitsu" is the best; some of them said "Idigo chiheisen is the greatest". As a result, except "Fake Fur", I bought the CDs in the second hand stores.
Now I think I was stupid. I should have bought all their albums so that I had not have to buy the singles.
What makes me feel guilty is that I bought a second hand "Idigo chiheisen" to Mr. J as a Christmas gift, but I received a first hand "Mononokehime" sound track from him in return. Forgive me! I was too poor at that time, and I know Mr. J really wanted that album. I had to do that! I bought him a new "Unme no hito" as a compensation later.
am an awlful person. m(_ _)m