Saturday, November 20, 2010

Picking on the Carcass of the Music Industry Can Be Fun and Rewarding

Through the Daily Dish, I found this Pop Matters article on the music you can find in CD bins at 99 cent stores.

Thanks to the complete devaluing of the CD and the ruination of the recorded music industry, you can find better than ever stuff at places that used to only stock not-played-by-the-original-artists '70s hits packages. I found Boston's second album at the drug store last week for well under $10. Thanks to Pathmark, I got to know the artistry of Waylon Jennings just a little bit better.

Now's the time to get out there and make your finds. While we still have the chance.