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Bob Dylan Complete Collection Volume 1 to be available on a USB drive Stuffed inside of a Harmonica

 |  |  |  |  October 3, 2013


I readily admit I’m not a huge music buff. I like to listen to some tunes when driving in the car, but other than that I’m pretty much music-free at all other times. My problem is that I can’t concentrate with any sound going on around me. On the other hand, if you’re a big fan of music and you happen to like Bob Dylan, you might want to get your credit card ready.

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On November 15, a new collection called Bob Dylan The Complete Collection Vol 1 will launch. This particular box set will launch on CD, but music fans will appreciate that it’s also coming in a true lossless digital format. The entire collection will be available to purchase on a tiny USB flash drive.┬áThe music is on the drive in MP3 and FLAC formats.

That flash drive will come packaged inside of a case that looks like a harmonica. The album collection will also feature digitally-remastered versions of tons of Dylan’s best and most popular tunes. The little flash drive is packed with 35 different studio albums, six live albums, and a bunch of singles. This digital music collection won’t be cheap at a price of $364(USD), but if you’re a Dylan aficionado, it’s well worth checking out.

[via Everything USB]



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