With digital media being shared online, it's easy to forget the halcyon days of listening to your favourite mix and trading physical music with your friends. Though it may be getting more difficult to find old media, like compact discs, sharing your favourite Anthrax album is easy.
I found a few Anthrax metal classics that I wanted to share with a friend. Since they live far away, I decided to mail them.
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Step 1: Packaging
Packaging your Anthrax is important. You don't want to have your discs damaged during transit, so make sure you get a padded envelope.
To reduce the chance of your package being opened and mishandled, make sure you write the recipient's name correctly and clearly.
Step 2: Add Note
My friend who is going to get my Anthrax package is a big metal fan and plays in a band. I wanted to let him know that this music I was sending should inspire him to be more metal. And, there's no metal like old metal.
Step 3: Post
Stuff Anthrax into envelope along with your note and send through the mail. Depending on where you are sending your tunes, it could take a few days. This Anthrax was going to the Mariana Trench, so I think it might take a while.
Remember to only send approved items through your local post. Mailing anything prohibited is illegal and you could be criminally charged.
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