Why RSD does not work

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Re: Why RSD does not work

Post by Blonde » Sun Apr 28, 2013 9:22 pm

I believe they are. I know at Crash it was £6.99

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Re: Why RSD does not work

Post by Sheermusic » Thu May 02, 2013 9:00 pm

dutton316 wrote:Daft question:

are RSD releases designed to be sold at the same price ny all outlets?

Only ask because Recovery was £9.99 at my local store, but most people have said £7 (and the banquet link is £6). Pure interest more than anything else.
I think it's down to the shop to price.

I bought Recovery from Sound Knowledge in Marlborough, and Roger said "how do we price the value of that" when making reference to MGMT's cassette.

I paid £7 for Recovery, an £5 for Metronomy and £17 for ASIWYFA 12"

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