Even more charity store shopping

I haven’t been able to update much so far this year as I still don’t have my MacBook back, and it doesn’t seem likely that I will ever see it again. The temporary solution of lending it to my son appears to have become a permanent one.

Anyway, I’ve been charity store shopping for CD’s on quite a regular basis this year and have been buying CD’s that I would normally not consider. At 3 for £1 it makes it easier to do that. One listen at 33p and you’ve pretty much made your money back, sort of. So here are the ones I picked up yesterday on a trawl of 7 shops.

Going to the same charity shops repeatedly does have diminishing returns so whenever I go to a new town, or somewhere I don’t often go, then popping in to shops I don’t get to go to often is becoming a must. Part of the reason is that an album, a vinyl one, can be anywhere from £15 to £30 whereas the CD’s above were £11 for all of them so for te moment, while I am perhaps not as flush as usual, they are a useful alternative and fulfil my slightly obsessive need for new music.

ArtistTitle
EurythmicsPeace
Andrea BocelliSogno
Beth OrtonTrailer Park
Shawn ColvinA Few Small Repairs
FoalsAntidotes
Tom McRaeJust Like Blood
Disclosure (3)Settle
Everything But The GirlWalking Wounded
Emeli SandeOur Version Of Events
Fleet FoxesFleet Foxes
Kaiser ChiefsEmployment
Bloc PartySilent Alarm Remixed
GoldfrappSupernature
ElbowThe Seldom Seen Kid
Robert Plant | Alison KraussRaising Sand
BattlesMirrored
Skunk AnansieParanoid & Sunburnt
EurythmicsGreatest Hits
Boards Of CanadaMusic Has The Right To Children
Boards Of CanadaThe Campfire Headphase
The Chemical BrothersRemixes
LCD SoundsystemThis Is Happening
Crystal CastlesCrystal Castles (II)
James BrownSex Machine: The Very Best Of James Brown
Leon BridgesComing Home
MorcheebaBig Calm
The GlimmersDJ-Kicks
Crystal CastlesCrystal Castles
Aphex TwinDrukqs
Alanis MorissetteSupposed Former Infatuation Junkie
KeaneUnder The Iron Sea
Ryan Adams1989
The GlimmersFabricLive.31

3 Comments

  1. verian

    Yes, it’s always good to find unexpected CD’s in the charity shops, I have the BOC on vinyl but it’s nice to have them on CD as well and the LCD Soundsystem I really like.

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