Each month, amazon.com offers 100 albums for five bucks a pop. ‘Tis the season, so this month they’re being extra generous. In addition to the regular “
100 albums for $5” deal, there’s an extra 100 Christmas albums being offered for $5 as well.
This means you can choose from the usual slew of pop, rock and R&B albums in addition to some festive holiday ones.
Mumford & Sons’ “Sigh No More,” She & Him’s “Volume Two” and Radiohead‘s “Kid A” are my recommendations this month.
As for the holiday department, they’re offering everything from Josh Groban to Frank Sinatra to Harry Connick Jr.
Don’t forget to check out the full list of
100 Christmas albums for $5 here.
amazon.com offers 100 albums for the low, low price of $5.
Given the choice between a footlong at Subway and some cheap new tunes, I’d be most likely to pick the latter.
Especially if said albums consist of Frank Sinatra’s “Classic Sinatra” and The Weepies’ “Be My Thrill.”
Other highlights include “The Bends” by Radiohead, “Come Away With Me” by Norah Jones, “Soviet Kitsch” by Regina Spektor and “The Story” by Brandi Carlile.
There are also more than a few Christmas albums for those of you who like to bust out the holiday tunes before your Halloween candy is gone.
Check out the
complete list for yourself here and get ‘em before Dec. 1!
Ahh, the joys of May.
With freedom from school and Cinco de Mayo right around the corner, what more could I want?
Some cheap tunes to kick-start my summer would be nice, and Amazon.com has answered my pleas with their list of
100 Albums for $5.
There are some pretty good albums on this list, so get ‘em while they’re cheap!
My highlights? “Gorilla Manor” by the Local Natives and “Bomb in a Birdcage” by A Fine Frenzy.
I highly recommend snagging She & Him’s recently released “Volume 2″ as well as “Feels Like Home” by Norah Jones.
There’s enough of a variety that there’s bound to be something for everybody.
Check out the list for yourself
here and listen to the Local Natives’ track “Wide Eyes” below.
Each month, Amazon features 100 albums for $5, and there’s enough of a variety that something will be sure to strike your fancy.
My personal highlights from April’s list of cheap MP3s?
Fang Island’s self-titled debut, “Astro Coast” by Surfer Blood and “Love to Live” by the Living Sisters.
Like I said, there’s something for everyone, so save your lunch money, kids, and pick up some cheap music courtesy of amazon.com.
Check out the complete list of albums