Let's count the beans
So we had to pay for those guys only for a few years and for only two albums and then we could score big enough for 12 compilations to be a profitable venture? Hell yeah!
If you think that’s bad, compare these two:
That’s three albums released under his own (band’s) name while he was alive, but I count 37 posthumous albums (25 of which are live ones) and 22 boxed sets. I’m not even going to bother counting the EPs, singles, official bootlegs (‽), etc.
How is this even a thing?
New Order is way better anyway