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Old Jul 06, 2002, 01:29 PM
danman danman is offline
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Default Does anyone know a good CD music finding service?

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Thought long and hard about which forum to enter this in but as it's a service I'm after I thought Co-OP is best (mods forgive me if I'm wrong)

I'm after a couple of old CD's (music). Cant find any reference to them and all local shops are unhelpful. The titles are presumably deleted as they were never commercially succesful and are 10+ years old.

So in essence I'm after a firm that specialize in tracking down rare/deleted music CD's.

Anyone know anywhere that might be able to help?

Cheers

Dan

[email]d_baughan@hotmail.com[/email]
 

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