Thursday, September 02, 2004

Why would you get rid of that?

Serendipity: This morning, iTunes Party Shuffle threw up the Lightning Seeds' Lucky You. This lunchtime, I came across a copy of Jollification in the charity shop -- I like to trawl through their CDs every now and then for lucky finds.

Now really. That's a great album: full of bouncy summer pop, with a slightly bitter edge. Why on earth would you want to get rid of it?

(£2.99 in the British Heart Foundation shop on Staines High Street, if anyone wants it. They tend to overprice CDs, but it's still a steal at that price.)

Similarly, last time I was in Amoeba, they had about 10 copies of k.d. lang's Ingenue priced between $1 and $2. Another superb album: so why so many unwanted copies?