Google has the perfect thing to help you forget about all that awful Christmas music you’re being forced to listen to this time of year. A giant year end sale that has them offering up tons of albums as low as $1.99 a pop. Not all albums are $1.99 of course, but none of them are particularly expensive either, with most of the albums on sale for $7.99 or below, and only one album set at a price of $8.99 and one at $11.99. You’ll find all kinds of popular current albums and some great classics hidden within this year end sale that you should at least take a peek at.
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We’re talking about albums like 2Pac’s Me Against The World for $5.99, Lorde’s debut album for $5.99, and classics like Nirvana’s Nevermind for $5.99. There’s music from just about every genre in here, including Cadillatica from Big K.R.T. which dropped just last month on November 10th, and the stand up comedy album from Jim Gaffigan, Obsessed. No matter what you’re into, chances are you can find something you’d appreciate in this list of discounted albums.
There’s no telling how long this sale will last, but we’d be willing to bet that these prices will disappear beginning January 1st, so we’d grab them while you can if we were you. The Year End sale for music has joined the few other sales we have seen on Google Play thus far like the ones from game publishers, such as Square Enix for example offering up loads of their Final Fantasy titles and a few other games for as much as 66% off. We’ll likely see some other sales surface too since there’s still a little more than a week left before the year actually ends. Unless you absolutely hate the sounds of music,(not the old movie)treat yourself to a little something with any of these albums and you’ll be thanking us(and Google)later for bringing it to your attention. Does anyone have a personal favorite of all the albums on sale? If so what is it and if there’s something you don’t see in the year end sale what would you add in?