Discussion in 'Coupons, Discounts & Sales' started by jupiter8, Feb 3, 2015.
Why don't you just rip them yourself?
Same reply for me.
Yes. You can use Makemkv to decrypt the files to your hard drive and then load them in DVD Audio Extractor to rip the audio. That's the way I'm familiar with but if go to the googles you can find other methods.
Well you didn't specify that.
Sure. That's what I did some time ago. See superstar19's post and/or do a search.
iTunes has the Sticky Fingers Super Deluxe with all the live material, for $15.99, Clapton's Slowhand Deluxe, with it's live material is $10.99. The Stones is MFIT, the Clapton is not (which is frustrating since the regular Slowhand album is MFIT). Hoping for similar price reductions on the Super Deluxe editions of Elton's GBYBR and Allman Bros. 'Brothers & Sisters'.
7Digital has the best deal I've seen on The Rolling Stones - Blue & Lonesome
Blue & Lonesome (2016) | The Rolling Stones | MP3 Downloads | 7digital United States »
Thank you! Was planning to grab it from Pro Studio Masters when I got home from work, but that's a fantastic deal.
Meiko's latest album, "Moving Day" is FREE on Bandcamp. Just enter $0 as your price.
Moving Day, by Meiko »
Picked this up. Thanks. Looks like it clips like crazy though.
iTunes has the Stones' Blue & Lonesome for $6.99.
is there a current discount code for prostudiomasters..? thanks, in advance.
Does 7Digital US have any discount codes? I have 3 albums ready to download.
Not that I have ever been able to find...
Pretty much all of Italians Do It Better's roster (Chromatics, Johnny Jewel, Glass Candy) has their album downloads for a DOLLAR on their site:
eMusic is back to their 63% off Booster Pack deal ($200 credit for $75) for the whole month. Their selection is clearly sparser than it used to be, but they still have lots of niche stuff.
The booster makes most albums cost between 37¢ and $3, depending on its starting price.
It does. Much to the consternation of the “real music lovers don’t care about fidelity” crowd, the sound of this album is not good - and IMO detracts from what could have been a pretty enjoyable listen.
I find myself giving up after a couple of songs because it just kills any emotion - and my ears. And that’s the vinyl version....
Google Play is at it again, not as great as the Playlist thing a while ago but search for "ICON Walmart" and there are 10 or so free comps, mostly country, but KISS is in there for some reason.
Nugs has downloads on sale. Half off or 25% off CDs.
A Star is Born soundtrack is $6.99 on iTunes. Not bad for 34 tracks.
A number of other 2018 releases are also available for $6.99.
junodownload.co.uk (UK site) has a 20% off everything sale. They also seem to have for some time had a maximum price for box sets of £12.49 so for example the Clash sound system compilation with 143 tracks is £12.49..
I presume the code works for these releases too so you can get a lot of music for £10!
The code is HAPPY2019
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