Ten Thousand Dollars for a Music CD?
If Josh Freese‘s music exhibits as much creativity as his marketing, he should have a hit record on his hands.
Freese, who was part of Devo in a previous life, has just released a new album. While $10,000 might sound like a lot to pay for a copy of the CD, at that price he will also go on rides at Disneyland with you; and at the end of the day you get to have his Volvo station wagon. For $50, you get the CD and a five-minute phone call with Josh. Or you can just take the digital download alone for $7.
(Hat tip: Barry Ramsey. See Consumerist’s write-up here.)