Last night i decided to see if Windows 8 was good at playing music. It is. It even asked if I wanted to upload my music to the cloud so I can play it on my other devices. I assumed this mean my Xbox One. So I said yes. And it did.
This morning, I wake up, wanting to listen to Booker T and the MGs while I clean up. So I turn on the Xbox, go to music and yep, there's all my albums. I select the best house band ever and hit play. Nothing. Instead, I get a message telling me to sign up for a free trial of Xbox Music to listen to my album.
You're kidding me right?
I have to sign up for a service, to play music I own (yes, I bought the CD), on a box I own, from a computer I own? I can't even play it from the network(which I also own)?
Something is very wrong here.
I refuse, REFUSE to pay for the privilege of listening to my own music. Imagine putting a CD your car stereo, and then having to drop in a quarter before you can press play. This is ridiculous.
(And the PS4 is pretending my music doesnt even exist, so it's no better).
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