Goody Had It

Merry Un-Christmas to me! Bowing to the competition of either Wal-Mart or the recent industry downturn due to music downloading (or maybe both), Sam Goody has closed its locations in both Harrison and Arkadelphia. The day after Christmas, my friends Lance, Kevin and I went to check out the storewide 70% sale at the Harrison Sam Goody. Much of the store had been ransacked, but there was plenty left of the sort of music most Harrisonians avoid. Naturally that tends to be the music I like. So I went just a little crazy:

Ween – Quebec
Rufus Wainwright – Rufus Wainwright
Rufus Wainwright – Want One
Tori Amos – A Sorta Fairytale single
Cave In – Tides of Tomorrow
The Neptunes – The Neptunes Present…Clones
Run D.M.C. – Run D.M.C.
The Get Up Kids – Something to Write Home About
Liz Story – Solid Colors
Guster – Keep It Together
Prince Paul – Politics of the Business
Modest Mouse – The Moon and Antarctica
Thursday – War All the Time
Jurassic 5 – EP
The Mars Volta – De-loused in the Comatorium
Queensryche – Tribe
Radiohead – Amnesiac
Coldplay – Parachutes
Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys – The Best of Bob Wills (20th Century Masters)
Eric B. and Rakim – The Best of Eric B. and Rakim (20th Century Masters)
Antonio Carlos Jobim – Antonio Carlos Jobim’s Finest Hour
KRS-One – Kristyles
Kool Keith – The Lost Masters
King Missile – Happy Hour
John McLaughlin – Thieves and Poets
Talib Kweli and Hi-Tek – Reflection Eternal
Ben Folds Five – Brick single
The Rolling Stones – Sympathy for the Devil Remix
Atomic Opera – Penguin Dust
The Who – Who’s Next (Deluxe Edition)

Some of the discs were also purchased at Movie Gallery’s 50% off music sale. But it doesn’t stop there! No, I also got an old Voltron VHS and 4 DVDs:

Bend It Like Beckham
Utopia Live in Columbus, Ohio 1980
Mr. Show – The Complete 1st and 2nd Season
Yes – Symphonic Live