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    Posted: September 11 2013 at 00:12
Originally posted by Drew

when I download I use Itunes or amazon for mp3's

That's rare though- I still like buying CD's for some reason

qft

but also Bandcamp has a lot of great music (including the music linked in my sig Wink)
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I rarely download, as I usually buy my CD's. Occasionally I'll buy music videos from itunes because I'll get gift cards for it.

I have some Amazon mp3 credits piling up but I haven't used them. Are they usable on anything you want?
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I use Amazon.
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I highly recommend E-music for buying music, or Amazon if looking for retail priced but they basically have everything.

Other than that, you can discover music with Spotify, Beats Music, Pandora, and even just look up band names etc. on Youtube. Usually, you'll find at least one song you can listen to on Youtube by the band you're interested in, unless they're ultra obscure, in which case, look them up on Amazon, then Ebay, and if you don't find them Try iTunes.

After that, who knows, call your local record store, you never know. Look for the band on Google.
If they are kindof obscure like a band I know called Zihard, they may be very hard to find and expensive, and their website may be on the better side of things.


Edited by StaaViinsZ - March 06 2014 at 03:55
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