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hoodrat
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The two Tower Record stores here in San Diego, CA closed in December as did the rest of the chain worldwide. Those two stores always had a HUGE selection of music ranging from classical to rock. Does anybody know of any sites that sell a wide range of CDs? I belong to BMG Music Club online, but their selection is extremely limited. Thanks!
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I have been VERY happy with Amazon - especially the easy-to-find, easy-to-use option to buy used items at (usually) excellent discounts.
ed rhodes
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My wife found a DVD of "The Magic Show" with Doug Henning on Amazon.
"All the world's a stage, but the play is badly cast!" - Oscar Wilde
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Most albums have 30 sec previews for each track (which is nice), and often you can buy an unopened CD much cheaper than retail. =)
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Underground, above ground, whatever. I don't need a label, thanks.
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