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and updated

 

Thanks for bringing the thread back to life man

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http://www.mergerecords.com/store/

 

http://www.linnrecords.com/

 

http://www.naimlabel.com/

 

www.zunior.com

 

www.qobuz.com

 

www.musicme.com

 

the bandcamp site (each band has its own url)  

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^ whoah, debaserr has been on Head-Fi since 2008, and with these three posts, brings his count up to 5!  Way to choose your posts!  Great links.

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Been busy collecting links.

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DigitalFreak and debaserr, incredible lists thanks fellows. Just wondering two things

 

1) Do either of you have a favourite amongst the many online stores listed?

 

2) Has this been stickied anywhere? - Maybe I'm just not noticing but it's such a key topic, I'm even surpised that there's not alot more activity on this thread.

 

Cheers,

 

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by Aegeon1 - 2/20/12 at 5:43pm
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Originally Posted by Aegeon1 View Post

DigitalFreak and debaserr, incredible lists thanks fellows. Just wondering two things

 

1) Do either of you have a favourite amongst the many online stores listed?

 

2) Has this need stickied anywhere? - Maybe I'm just not noticing but it's such a key topic, I'm even surpised that there's not alot more activity on this thread.

 

Cheers,

 

 

 

 

 

 



Wish there was a way to sticky this thread but there doesn't seem to be. I've tried to keep some sort of activity going but to no avail. Oh well at least we have a decent list of flac download sites now. Thanks for the recognition

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http://bandcamp.com/


Seconded. Buy direct from the artist whenever possible, especially from sites like Bandcamp.

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Thanks for the list, I love Beatport for its HQ DJ music now!

 

A link i'm dying to see though is one that will have lossless format (Wav) rock music (Three Days Grace, 30 Seconds to Mars, Linkin Park, etc.).

 

 

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Thanks for this. Love Girl Talk's stuff....hate the name. I always get strange looks from people when they ask me what I'm rockin' at the gym and I sheepishly say, "Girl Talk". Thanks OP for starting a great resource thread. Do they even do stickies here at HF?

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Originally Posted by baglunch View Post

http://illegal-art.net/shop/

 

Highly recommend downloading Girl Talk's latest 2 albums: 

 

- Set It Off:  http://illegal-art.net/shop/#release117

- All Day:  http://illegal-art.net/allday/

 

... which are free to download losslessly.  There are several other artists releasing through this site, but I haven't checked them out yet.  I didn't like Girl Talk's previous stuff, but his best (and most recent) stuff is available for free on the site, legitimately.  Feel free to donate if you like.



 

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Keep up the good work guys...

If you don't mind me saying most of those are of no use to me :(

Guess I'm more mainstream!..lol

 

Where is my Abba remix in 24bit 192khz... lol ... I am jokin.... :)

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Thought I'd share some experiences: I love www.qobuz.com, even though their website is in French. Google Translate does a wonderful job, though. Their 'studio master' recordings start at 44.1kHz/24bit and go up to 96kHz/24bit. Sweet, and very affordable: around €15 for a lossless album.

 

I wanted to buy something off beatport.com, but it appeared they add $1 per song (!) for lossless downloads. Sent an email to customer service and got this back:

 

 

Quote:
Lossless files have an additional charge for downloading due to bandwidth and server space allocated to download a large WAV file.

 

Crappy reason. I'll probably never (try to) buy anything there ever again.

 

Finally: not sure if it's already on the list, but www.djshop.de also offers lossless downloads at a good price. As the name suggests though, it's only dance/house/electro/... If that's what you like, they have a pretty decent catalog.

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Linn Records, can purchase outside from U.S.
www.linnrecords.com

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