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Lately, I'm finding that I'm less and less able to find music of interest readily available in stores. I think it's a combination of shrinking supply and my own interest in slightly more obscure supply, but I've taken to looking online for stuff.
Over the past few days, I've completely gone berserk for The Sound's Jeopardy. It appears that the album was issued on CD in 2001 in England with some bonus tracks. Unfortunately, I can't seem to find it anywhere for a reasonable price. Amazon has 2 used copies starting at $79, and Ebay only has vinyl copies, and expensive ones at that!
I'm sure I haven't exahusted my options, so I was wondering if any of you knew good places to shop online for CDs.
Does Australia not have it's own big auction site,like ours(www.trademe.co.nz)
Definately don'tgo to FYE. THey sell most of their CDs for $10, but some like The Dark Side of the Moon are $20. It's insane, and the reason I don't own the album.
Wow, that one's not even available digitally. Even Rue De Siam is available digitally!
Actually, that's not FYE's fault. They wanted to have all non-deluxe single CDs at 9.99, but some of the major labels sued them over it.
I've always found FYE (previously The Wall) overpriced. Online outlets like amazon and even deepdiscount.com have decent CD prices.