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Old 03-10-2004, 12:38 AM   #16
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I did the same thing but at my local Safeway. Every so often they bring in a bargain bin of cds. There is usually lots of crap but some of the bargains I found:
Nirvana - In Utero - $8.98
Beastie Boys - Licensed To Ill - $8.98
Beck - Mellow Gold - $8.98
The Tragically Hip - Music @ Work - $6.98
Everytime I go by this bin I see Men at Work - Greatest Hits - staring at me for $5.98. I can only be strong for so long.

All prices in Canadian dollars.

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Old 03-10-2004, 03:36 AM   #17
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Originally posted by indra
, but face it Aussies you have some seriously cool bands!!

yes we do

so who have you be purchasing of late??????

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Old 03-10-2004, 03:38 AM   #18
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Originally posted by OzAurora
thanks for the reassurance about the Aphex Twin cd, I will buy two copies of it tomorrow- think of it as a birthday pressie Ange, or if you have a credit card or know someone in the know, you could make me a premium member here.....anyway send me an e-mail, so I can get your address ok, $7 bucks for a cd is just way too cheap

They have 2 copies???!!! You have made my day
I'll get you an email sent asap and we will work something out. This is so kind of you!

It sounds like this cd shop you found is some kind of outlet for discontinued and hard to get items. Like those shifty people at the markets who sell toiletries for half the retail price lol.
It is so good to find good music shops these days. I used to scrounge around in Theft Converters (cash converters ) a lot when they had cd's never more than $10 each. A few bodgy jewel cases never bothered me I picked up a double disc set of Hoodoo Gurus 'Electric Soup and the B-Sides Gorilla Biscuit' for $7 once.

Just to add too, that face I posted originally wasn't at you iwb. I reread that just now and it looked like it was at you. I posted too hastily in my excitement lol.
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Old 03-11-2004, 12:44 AM   #19
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Originally posted by OzAurora

yes we do

so who have you be purchasing of late??????
-- The Church (by far my favorite band, bar none. In fact I will be seeing five of their shows in five nights starting later today!!! Woohoo!!)

-- Any and all solo and collaborative work by Steve Kilbey (and any writings and paintings of his as well)

-- Gersey

-- Art of Fighting

-- Halogen

-- David Lane

-- Isidore


-- and various work by the other wonderful Kilbey brothers, Russell and John, including cds by The Crystal Set and The Bhagavad Guitars (both bands now defunct)

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