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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I remember when music was pretty uniformly priced.

    Cassettes were $6.99, Albums were $7.99. Items from the back catalog that weren't really hot sellers were $5.99 on cassette, and rarely available on vinyl. Stuff you don't want to admit you own was $2.99 or $3.99 or so. If you got something on sale, it was never more than $1.00 off, and a discount that deep was rare, generally limited to something the distributor was trying to make platinum. Double albums were generally $13.99 on cassette, much as you