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Promoted 05-12-2016 by longmanj9 at 04:06 PM View Original Post
Google Play has select MP3 Digital Album Downloads on sale for $0.99. Thanks A80GL

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Edited May 12, 2016 at 09:11 AM by annie930ny
"Vulgar Display Of Power" by Pantera [google.com]
Vulgar Display of Power is the second major label and sixth overall studio album by the American heavy metal band Pantera, released on February 25, 1992 through Atco Records. One of the most influential heavy metal albums of the 1990s, Vulgar Display of Power has been described as "one of the defining albums of the groove-metal genre". Several songs from this release have become some of the band's best known, such as "Mouth for War", "This Love", and "Walk".

"Dizzy Up The Girl" by Goo Goo Dolls [google.com]
Dizzy Up the Girl is the sixth studio album by American rock band Goo Goo Dolls, released on September 22, 1998 through Warner Bros. Records. The album is often noted for being the album which propelled the Goo Goo Dolls into success, although they already had success with "Name" in 1995.

"Third Eye Blind" by Third Eye Blind [google.com]
Third Eye Blind is the eponymous debut studio album by the American rock band Third Eye Blind, released on April 8, 1997. The album spawned five singles, including the top ten chart hits "Semi-Charmed Life", "Jumper", and "How's It Going to Be".

"Never Say Never" by Brandy [google.com]
Never Say Never is the second studio album by American singer Brandy. Released by Atlantic Records on June 9, 1998 in United States, Norwood's label consulted David Foster and upcoming producer Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins and his team to work with her on the record, the latter of who went on to craft the majority of the album and would evolve as her mentor and head producer on succeeding projects in the 2000s.



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The Pantera album is a no brainer!
dr150 13
I do have that option, but I always buy music when possible. That way I can keep it forever.
Also found Panic! At The Disco's new album, Death of a Bachelor, for 99 cents as well, may want to add it to your list.
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The Pantera album is a no brainer!
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can't beat $1 albums. thanks!
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All these albums are also free streaming with Amazon Prime Music if you have that option available.
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Quote from morpheus282 View Post :
All these albums are also free streaming with Amazon Prime Music if you have that option available.
I do have that option, but I always buy music when possible. That way I can keep it forever.
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The Pantera album is a no brainer!
100% agree. I still listen to it to this day. Every track is good. One of the best albums EVER of any genre. Can't go wrong for a buck. Any metal fans out there that don't have it, get it!
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I do have that option, but I always buy music when possible. That way I can keep it forever.
For me it depends on how often I think I'll listen to it. Led Zeppelin - purchase. Baha Men - no way. I already had the Goo Goo Dolls and 3rd Eye Blind albums in my Prime library and I think I've listened to both once in the last year. I'll save that dollar for later and still give the deal thumbs up.
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That 3EB album was one of the first CD's I ever bought and I still can (and do) jam to every song on it. Very Highly recommended from me if you're in to 90's rock at all.
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Down with GGD!
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Quote from morpheus282 View Post :
For me it depends on how often I think I'll listen to it. Led Zeppelin - purchase. Baha Men - no way. I already had the Goo Goo Dolls and 3rd Eye Blind albums in my Prime library and I think I've listened to both once in the last year. I'll save that dollar for later and still give the deal thumbs up.
Yes, of course it depends on what the album is - I already own 3rd Eye Blind and Goo Goo Dolls, but may purchase Never Say Never with Play credits.

It's the definitely the librarian in me that wants to buy to keep forever in my own archive rather than pay to rent materials until I don't use Prime anymore Smilie
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farking Hostile!!!
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This game is new for me. But $1 is really great for me.
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Also found Panic! At The Disco's new album, Death of a Bachelor, for 99 cents as well, may want to add it to your list.
https://play.google.com/store/mus...d74pedozfy
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