[TAG] Like, it's so totally Val
thomas at edulinux.homeunix.org
Sat Feb 11 23:07:28 MSK 2006
On Sat, Feb 11, 2006 at 11:59:08AM -0800, Mike Orr wrote:
> Actually not digging. The record stores are giving them away
> for $4 because nobody wants them. Your stuff would be at the
> recently-inflated price of $9 (used). Plus I can get them on vinyl
> rather than CD, so I avoid the CD premium.
This is something I am seeing a lot here too. What I would class as
"good" music is being put in these so-called "bargain buckets" as a
quick sale. Bands like 'Love' are always in there. It's even more a
shame in that although 'Forever Changes' as an album is rated very
highly, it's also degraded -- it now has a label of being "passed its
time", simply because it's so common to see it in these bargain buckets.
> I couldn't believe an ad I saw yesterday, offering The Clash and other
> classic albums for the "great discount price" of $8.99. Ahem? For
> albums that have been out for years and have long paid for themselves
> and should now be worth $6?
See above. I found my copy of Mellow Candle's Swaddling Songs that way.
-- Thomas Adam
I've been too honest with myself, I should have lied like everybody else.
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