Bought For A Song: Still More Deals Under Tower Records’ Deathbed

Dec 14th, 2006 // Comment

Tower Records is closing down, and readers are sending in their favorite deals–along with price info and MP3s–to Today’s tipster brings word of deals that should thrill the hearts of indie-loving bloggers who aren’t on any PR companies’ mailing lists:

After reading your advice I made trip to the Tower at Lincoln Center and lo-and-behold, there are still some pretty excellent bargains to be had. I picked up several 2006 releases I hadn’t gotten around to and filled in a couple of back catalog holes.
Full list -
Matthew Friedberger – Winter Women / Holy Ghost Language School
Destroyer – Destroyer’s Rubies
Grandaddy – Just Like the Fambly Cat
Drive-By Truckers – A Blessing and a Curse
Beachwood Sparks – Once We Were Trees
The Black Lips – We Did Not Know the Forest Spirit Made the Flowers Grow
International Noise Conspiracy – Survival Sickness
Nothing too obscure, but I got the whole lot for 49 bucks and change – about half what it would have cost at amazon – all in all, a pretty awesome deal.

Destroyer – Watercolours Into The Ocean [MP3, link expired]
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