METROPOLIS Anime set a new concept?

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  1. Brian Kidd

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    The mini-DVD should play in most players. I have a mini-DVD that came with my copy of "Blood: The Last Vampire" and it worked fine on my old Toshiba 3109.
     
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    3cm discs are only really a new concept in the US. In Japan, all CD Singles come on 3cm discs. If you look in your disc drawer you'll see a well for it
     
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    Any great sex, great violence, great art, and great story Anime 3" DVD's out there?

    And were?
     
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    Er, now they are normal 5" CD size...pre-99, almost 95% of the singles were still 3" CD size. I should know, I am a Jpop collector.

    3" is nothing new or special. I've seen it, played it. It only looks cool because the U.S. abandoned this concept in the 80's, so it still looks fresh.

    *ho* *hum* *yawn*

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