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Re: Licorice Pizza and other Record Shops
« Reply #15 on: February 17, 2012, 09:52:41 pm »
What they were charging when CD's first came on the scene was the reason why I resisted it for so f ucking long. I was still buying tapes because that was the "cheapest" format left at around 8 bucks brand new. As I mention earlier in this thread, when Tower Records did the midnight opening for Use Your Illusions 1 and 2, I went with cassettes instead of the CD's because they were way too expensive for my taste.

The music industry STILL doesn't get it and are overcharging on everything. Mac brought up the fact that Sony jacked the price up on Whitney Houston's box set a mere 12 hours after she died. Now THAT'S f ucked up. I can't find the link. I thought it was in the Whitney Houston thread. Mac, where is it?
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