Best search site for out-of-print CDs?

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  1. Scott Kriefall

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    Any suggestions on the best search site or service for finding out-of-print audio CDs? I recently discovered that Linda Perry released a second solo album entitled "After Hours" in 1999 on a small label (Rockstar Records) that has since vanished, and I'd like to find a copy. My usual searches (gemm.com, djangos.com, etc) have not yielded any results. Well, there was one vendor on gemm.com who claimed to have a copy for ~$60, but that vendor appears to be highly unreliable.

    Any better sources?
     
  2. KeithH

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    Scott, I was going to suggest www.gemm.com . After that, try eBay and half.com. Perhaps others have suggestions for other sites.
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    I just did a search of eBay's CD listings for "Linda Perry" and found an auction for a sealed copy of After Hours. Here is the link:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...item=896120995
    Best of luck!
     
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    Doh! Why didn't I think to try eBay? Thanks for the link to the auction -- I'll keep an eye (or two) on it!
     
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    Scott, no problem. Always try eBay! [​IMG]
     

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