How to Buy a Music Video

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Music video collections by certain artists pique fans enough to get them away from YouTube and over to sites and store where they can buy the music videos for permanent use. If you want to buy a music video, do research about what's out there before pulling out your credit card.

  • Browse websites and catalogs to determine which music video to buy. Look at collections by different groups and artists from different decades and musical styles and pay close attention to video descriptions. Some collections contain rare or alternate versions of popular music videos.

  • Set a budget and stick to it. Some websites offer rare music videos from foreign countries, while others specialize in rare footage from old 1960s music television shows. The cost can add up if you're a real music buff.

  • Compare the quality and listings of each video or DVD. Some music video compilations can include all the music videos an artist made during their heyday, while others only feature a few hit videos and many lesser-known ones. Review the video list printed on the cases and ask the seller for details.

  • Find CDs or vinyl by your favorite artists. CDs sometimes contain artist videos and can list information about where to buy a full collection. Many current artists release full-length concert DVDs or video collections to coincide with their music CDs.

  • Check out full length movies with music videos included as extras. Read video content lists and watch snippets, then determine if you should buy it. The video extra alone can make buying a mediocre movie worth the money.

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