Okay seriously? I've tried to buy it, I have looked in every damn local music store, and it is nowhere. Plus even if I buy it online, what fraction of the money even GOES to them? Maybe two or three bucks? Seriously, it's one of my favorite shows, at LEAST let me know if you don't have one at all. My intention wasn't to give your followers a good laugh here. :(
If you are really all that concerned with what percentage of your money goes to the people who actually made the album as opposed to those who provide the infrastructure for you to get the album, may I suggest buying the New Broadway Cast Recording directly from PS Classics?
No matter how you rationalize it, you’re not going to convince me that somehow it’s righteous to steal an album when you could own it legally for $10 - $15.
Songwriters often say that the question they hate the most is “which comes first: the music or the lyrics?” We’ve decided the question we hate most is “How do you feel about dialogue on an album?” — or worse, “What’s your rule about dialogue on an album?” We always counter that there are no rules, at least there shouldn’t be; content dictates form, and the more imperative question to ask in choosing which material to preserve is “Is it effective?” “Is it involving?” “Is it moving?
Tommy Krasker & Philip Chaffin, November 2011