I listen to a lot of music through spotify and youtube, a lot of stuff I actually can't find on spotify though and I don't want to buy every vinyl of every song I like (some go for a lot of money as well).
I was getting all of my music from the local record store which recently closed abruptly. I guess I'll start buying online now or go out of town. I usually find some good CD's at thrift stores for $0.50. I do buy specialty items online though. Or as a last resort if the CD is out of Print and way too expensive, I will download it
Last Edit: Jan 25, 2018 11:15:09 GMT -5 by JC Motors
Back in the day of iPods, I used to rent CDs from the library and add the songs to my iPod. But once I got an iPhone and could purchase individual songs, I started doing that.
For new music, I just use suggestions on YouTube from songs I already listen to, that's how I find new music and artists. Then I'll just buy the song and toss it on my old iPod.
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Has anyone found any new good stores to buy cds from, either brick and mortar or online? I have been using only the normal haunts people have said here, but the prices after shipping are brutal.
If your into 2nd hand try 'cex.' Complete entertainment exchange does cds dvds blu-rays games computing. But they are ALL 2nd hand. Also it's mainly a British franchise so only a handful of stores in America.