The greatest deal back then, is practically worthless, now.
Me Tuesday, October 23, 2012
It's really great to see Fine Young Cannibals getting some press again!
matthew king kaufman Tuesday, October 23, 2012
in 1992, the record clubs paid so little, that is the biggest similarity to the current subscription model. please note in 1992, there was no radio like advertising driven revenue model, no unkown artists were included, no artists not on a label were included. this music sale represented 9% of the total of music sales in 1992. almost the same as today. i think bulk buying has it's limits. at least you owned the cds you bought, i wonder if that's the stumbling block for these digital subscription services.
Derek Jeter Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Not to be pedantic but based on those selections, that's definitely 1989.
JSS Thursday, October 25, 2012
Good eye. Could even be '88.
Jeremiah Sunday, October 28, 2012
I still prefer those sales since you can own the phyisical discs.
I'm also surprised that this has gone out of fashion since a free download still forces a merson to make either a disc or a MP3 dsik.
Takes up too much time.