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We have put together a collection of sites that offer music CDs.
Amazon is one of the internet's largest and most trusted CD retailers. They offer great deals when you buy multiple CDs on the same order. Easy to search and find the music you're looking for.

Visit Amazon

CD Universe has the best selection of CDs are prices usually several dollars below retail. Search and display features allow you to find the exact CD you're searching for with the price right next to it.

Visit CD Universe

Music Stack is a unique site that allows you to search for music from different stores and compare prices of new and used CDs. They not only list new CDs, they also have many rare and out of print albums as well.

Visit Music Stack

CD Baby features all the new music for sale from independant labels and artists. With all the usuall music categories it is very easy to find and pick out your favorite independant CDs.

Visit CD Baby

Cheap CDs offers new CDs at the lowest price on the web. Over 91% of their new CDs are under $12.99. Although the site is not full of fancy graphics and ads the selection is great, shipping is cheap and the prices are unbeatable.

Visit Cheap CDs

Spun is another great CD retailer similar to Amazon, it lists music prices of new and used CDs and offers an easy to use list of categories to browse through.

Visit Spun

Wherehouse has a great easy to use look. Not only do they sell new and used CDs and DVDs but they offer to buy your old unwanted music for great trade in values.

Visit Wherehouse

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The term alternative rock or alternative music1 was coined in the early 1980s to describe bands which didn't fit into the mainstream genres of the time. A catch-all phrase for modern rock and similar genres, it includes indie, post-punk, hardcore punk, Gothic rock, college rock and New Wave bands. However, most alternative bands were unified by their collective debt to punk, which laid the groundwork for underground and alternative music in the 1970s. Though the genre is considered "rock" it is heavily influenced by folk music, reggae and jazz music amoungst other genres. Notable alternative bands of the 1980s include R.E.M., Talking Heads, Sonic Youth, the Replacements and Husker Du.

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