dealsamazon: mp3 downloads of various greatest hits…

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Award for longest OP!
That thing takes up two screens here at work!

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Excellent. I picked up a few but also noticed that there were additional greatest hits albums for $2.99. One that I added to my collection Eurythmics Ultimate Collection

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D@%# you Amazon for making me want to spend more money I don't have. Great deals and selection.

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I only wish the list was bigger....I own a few of the already...but still managed to pick up 3 or 4. Great deal.

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Drats Amazon, more money spent on ridiculously cheap music. Looks like I'm buying the most popular album in American history (Eagles GH 1) for at least the fourth time. Guess that's how they keep selling more of them.

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In for 4 albums. Thanks for the post!

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@idontkn1: How can you buy it more than once? If I select an album that I have purchased before, there is a message at the top that indicates that I have purchased before.

Anyway, I already have most of the ones that I want from previous purchases - including the Eagles. This time I picked up The Doors, Seals & Crofts, Enya, and Peter, Paul and Mary. I may come back and look again later, if I have time.

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@sacole: It's pretty easy when you've been listening to the album for 35 years (Vinyl, Cassette, CD and now mp3).

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Many thanks for the heads-up. I bought more than I expected to.

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Ill have two red hot chili peppers please!

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10 minutes later, I've somehow purchased 5 albums...

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@idontkn1: Why not just upload the CD to your Amazon cloud drive for free?

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Thanks for the post!

And once you realize you're willing to pay $2.99, Amazon has tons of albums for that price. I will post just one of them here, because I don't want to steal the thread:

http://www.amazon.com/100-Must-Have-Baroque-Masterpieces/dp/B007MUYTDU/ref=pd_sim_sbs_dmusic_a_1

You can easily search Amazon for all the $2.99 MP3 downloads if you're so inclined.

Hang on to your wallet!

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Not related to this sale, there's another $2.99 album on sale that I picked up yesterday, it's a great collection (60 songs!) if you like this kind of 50's music:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00AN1IH1K (Rock 'n' Roll & Jukebox Hits - 60 Originals from the 50's)

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Holy crap! Awesome. I also picked up Bruno Mars' new album for 3.99 last night, good deal.

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@randymilleriii: After 20 years, probably 60 different cd players and a car flood, ripping mp3s on that disc is no longer an option. In case you were wondering the glue used on the foil labels of music cds is no match for a few hours of water submersion. For those old enough, remember when cds came out and the hype was that they were nearly indestructible?

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So. Many. To. Choose. From. This is a great deal!!!

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@idontkn1:

[quote]@sacole: It's pretty easy when you've been listening to the album for 35 years (Vinyl, Cassette, CD and now mp3).[/quote]

Been there, still doing that......

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@randymilleriii: Unless you subscribe to Cloud Player Premium, you are only able to upload a certain number of digital tracks onto the Cloud. 250 is sticking out in my mind but I'm not certain of the quantity limit.

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@daughterjudy:
So. many. periods.

At least you're not pregnant.

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@idontkn1: Compared to cassettes they pretty much are. I remember sticking a bic pen in the little wheel to roll back up disenbowled cassettes, and once trying to take the little reel to reel; assembly out of a crushed case and reassemble it into another one (fail!).

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@idontkn1:
I never realized CDs had a foil "label" although maybe some of the old ones did.

Most commercial CDs have a metallized layer on top, which is actually part of the process that stores the digital data. The visible label can be printed directly on top of the metallized layer, although often there is a clear over-coat on top of the metallized layer, and the visible ink printing is on top of that over-coat.

I've certainly cleaned a lot of CDs, using warm water and dish soap, and never had any sort of problem with water. But I can't say it's impossible; there's an exception to every rule. I will have to find an old Lawrence Welk CD somewhere and soak it for a few days to see what happens.

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@crowbite: The Polydor and Columbia cds were the worst of the lot. Lost probably 100 cds that way including just about every Clapton album. I still have images in my head of the foil paint/liner flaking off all of them. With the tops destroyed the laser was not reflected back properly.

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Make sure you check back on this every couple of days. Amazon has had a 2.99 section for a while... and every couple of days they update their selection to include more and more albums.

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(sigh) Bought seven of these and one for $3.99 that I found. So much for saving money.

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Hootie and the Blowfish? No way!! Curse you for making me spend money on amazing music!