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    Take 34% Off CDs, LPs, DVDs in the Nonesuch Store Fourth Anniversary Sale

    In December 2007, the Nonesuch Store opened here at nonesuch.com with just a couple of new releases. Now, four years later, the store has grown to include hundreds of new and classic Nonesuch albums as CDs, with instant downloads of the album MP3s included at no additional cost; dozens of recordings on vinyl, like The Black Keys' forthcoming album, El Camino; and some unforgettable music DVDs, including Randy Newman's recently released live concert CD+DVD, Live in London.

    To celebrate the fourth anniversary of the Nonesuch Store, all CDs, LPs, and DVDs on the site are now 34% off the standard retail price, now through the holidays. That's an extra savings of about 20% off the everyday prices listed on the site. Sale prices start around $7, with the average title at about $12.

    In addition to these discounted items, the Nonesuch Store also has over 700 albums available as high-quality MP3s, including classic recordings no longer in print, most for $10.

    To take a look at all that's available and take 34% of Nonesuch CDs, LPs, and DVDs, head to nonesuch.com/store.

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Take 34% Off CDs, LPs, DVDs in the Nonesuch Store Fourth Anniversary Sale

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In December 2007, the Nonesuch Store opened online with just a couple of new releases. Now, four years later, the store has grown to include hundreds of new and classic Nonesuch albums. To celebrate this fourth anniversary, all CDs, LPs, and DVDs on the site are now 34% off the standard retail price. That's an extra savings of about 20% off the everyday prices listed here on hundreds of CDs, dozens of recordings on vinyl, and some unforgettable music DVDs.

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In December 2007, the Nonesuch Store opened here at nonesuch.com with just a couple of new releases. Now, four years later, the store has grown to include hundreds of new and classic Nonesuch albums as CDs, with instant downloads of the album MP3s included at no additional cost; dozens of recordings on vinyl, like The Black Keys' forthcoming album, El Camino; and some unforgettable music DVDs, including Randy Newman's recently released live concert CD+DVD, Live in London.

To celebrate the fourth anniversary of the Nonesuch Store, all CDs, LPs, and DVDs on the site are now 34% off the standard retail price, now through the holidays. That's an extra savings of about 20% off the everyday prices listed on the site. Sale prices start around $7, with the average title at about $12.

In addition to these discounted items, the Nonesuch Store also has over 700 albums available as high-quality MP3s, including classic recordings no longer in print, most for $10.

To take a look at all that's available and take 34% of Nonesuch CDs, LPs, and DVDs, head to nonesuch.com/store.

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Nonesuch Store 4th Anniversary Sale: 34% Off CDs, LPs, DVDs

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