In thinking of HDCD-encoded discs, I used to think of many record labels, but I never used to think of Sony Music. I had never seen an HDCD disc from Sony Music, until today. My feeling was that Sony preferred its Super Bit-Mapping process. The Sony Music HDCD I found today was Roy Orbison 16 Biggest Hits. Costco in my area had a display of classic titles on the Sony Music label, all for $7.99. There was the Orbison disc. I looked at the back of the jewel case, and there was the HDCD logo. Huh. Who woulda thunk it? The copyright date on the Orbison disc is 1999, so I doubt Sony Music is going to push out a bunch of HDCD discs from this point forward. This Orbison disc is on the monument/Legacy label, so perhaps the monument part has something to do with the album being done in HDCD. I don't see monument CDs often. For those wondering, other Sony Music CDs for $7.99 at Costco include Miles Davis Kind of Blue, The Dave Brubeck Quartet Time Out, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble Couldn't Stand the Weather, The Isley Brothers Greatest Hits, Volume 1, Janis Joplin Greatest Hits, Aerosmith Toys in the Attic, and Billie Holliday Love Songs.