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  1. Have you ever purchased or, conversely, not purchased an album because of its art? I have this thing about aesthetics and so I'm very partial to putting on display only the cover art in my collection that looks good. I also have a tendency to overlook albums with cover art that just doesn't look good. This is apparent in the way I'm gathering my Rush collection. I have all of the albums digitally but was also meaning to get them on cd, vinyl, etc, and what I noticed is that I wanted to buy the "pretty" albums first (Hold Your Fire imo), even though they're not personally my favorites to listen to. I'm also avoiding buying Marillion because quite frankly their early album covers are kinda gross. New artists it's even worse. I decide whether to buy or not solely based on whether I think it looks pretty. Discuss judging an album by its cover.
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