Dear Amazon.com’s MP3 Download Store,
Look, I really, really like you. I do; you’re great, sweetheart. No DRM. Quick downloads. You’re the cat’s meow.
But, can we talk about your title naming convention? I know that getting Led Zeppelin IV for $2 is a total steal (aside: it seriously is right now). But why, why baby, do you put that insipid adendum “(Album Version)” on so many damn tracks. I mean, thank god IV is only 8 tracks long, because I have to remove that crap. And I love buying MP3s from you. Which means I have to do that a lot.
Every purchase requires me to fix your damn title naming convention. I’m afraid if you order the lobster, I’ll have to remind you not to eat the shells, honey.
Ok, that was cruel. I think I’m In Like with you. But, if you could see through to stop tagging “(Album Version)” onto so many tracks, Sugar, this could be love.
Thanks. How about knocking me a kiss, eh?