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Thomas53

3/20/2017 8:49:24 AM
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Pentatonix

Anyone know where I might find Pentaonic cd`s in Brandon?

 
 
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sally194

3/20/2017 8:55:35 AM
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May 2009
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Walmart

That's basically your only option to buy any CDs now. Not a huge selection but they usually have the bigger name artists. I know I got my Pentatonix CD there last year. Good luck!

Thomas53

3/20/2017 9:12:10 AM
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May 2011
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Pentatonix

yep....walmart was one of the first places I looked....but sadly they did not have any and even they are discontinuing cd`s.... I guess these too are going the way of 8 tracks and cassettes

ken@ink

3/20/2017 10:36:20 AM
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Dec 2011
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Buy from artist

Its harder & harder to get CD's  
 
Buy the electronic versions from artist & then burn your own CD. That way you are supporting the artist & making cd's legally for your own use.  
 
Try find a way to support the artist directly - sometimes by their own site not apple etc.( They only get pennies per song from distributors)  
 
I've bought mp3's from artist sites for Great Big sea, Sean McCann, Adelle etc. Hoping they get more money when bought directly from them. Wait & buy your CD's at concerts & more of the money goes to them too.  
 
This way I feel less guilty when making CD's or putting  
MP3's on my phone.  
 
If you love the music - support the artist!


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