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Where do you buy music?

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"UltraSound Music on Vine Street in Eastlake. They are awesome people, they always make you feel at home, and they have really cool stuff in there."

-- Kellie Baker, Eastlake

"iTunes is there simply for the convenience. Square Records (Akron) has a great selection and some hard-to-find tracks. Time Traveler (Akron/Cuyahoga Falls) also has some crazy stuff you won't find anywhere."

-- DJ Mario Nemr, Thursday's Lounge

"Amazon.com. I recently went on the hunt for some old CodeSeven and found a few copies. I also found Cleveland's own Narcissus, who I couldn't find anywhere."

-- Tracy Patterson, HXCTeam

"When looking for all areas of rock and roll on CD and vinyl, My Mind's Eye is the one-stop shop for any true rockers."

-- Mike, Sonic Swirl Records

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