Listen before you buy?
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Hi,

Not sure if this question has been asked (in my area at least).

Does anyone know of any music store in the SF Bay Area where you can actually listen to a full CD before you buy it? I'm not talking about a Virgin Records setup where there's a whole bunch of albums already set up for listening. I'd like to find a place where they will break the plastic seal on a CD and let me listen to every track.

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Hear Music at Stanford and Berkeley let you listen to any CD they carry before buying it.
 
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wow, this is actually a rarity over there? theres some places where they've set up some stuff already, but you can always listen before you buy.
 
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I believe it's pretty rare over in Northern Cal. Thanks for the reply, keep them coming!
 
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Quote:

Originally posted by Braver
wow, this is actually a rarity over there? theres some places where they've set up some stuff already, but you can always listen before you buy.


I don't really know if it's rare or not. The fact is, I don't like to listen in store, Most of the time I just take my chance and buy whatever CD I feel like. I know about Hear Music because, well, this is what they advertize about their stores.
 
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