"World Peace Is None Of Your Business" US Deluxe CD - Best Buy Exclusive (July 22, 2014)

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By !Viva Hate! on Jun 29, 2014 at 8:54 PM
  1. !Viva Hate!

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    1. Detritus
      Detritus
      Nice find, though this looks like the same deluxe edition available on iTunes and elsewhere...not very "exclusive" is it? Maybe the price is lower.
    2. fredkocherpepsi
      fredkocherpepsi
      How many versions of this thing are there!?
    3. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      When you plug the UPC in Google, it seems fairly available elsewhere.
    4. !Viva Hate!
      !Viva Hate!
      Yes, in other countries or as an import. Best Buy is the only retailer in the US selling a physical copy of the deluxe edition.
    5. Detritus
      Detritus
      I pre-ordered the deluxe version from FYE last week.
    6. !Viva Hate!
      !Viva Hate!
      Well that seems very odd considering this:

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    7. Detritus
      Detritus
      I stopped by the store last week, and a friend of mine who works there happened to be in. As he was ringing me up, I asked him if he'd be getting the new Morrissey album. He checked the computer system, said yes, a standard and a deluxe edition. So I pre-ordered the deluxe. It's possible my friend made a mistake and gave me bad information (in which case I will wind up with two copies of the standard CD - no big deal), but he was certainly under the impression that his store will be stocking both the standard and deluxe releases.
    8. !Viva Hate!
      !Viva Hate!
      Which means if FYE is stocking deluxe editions, they are getting them from Best Buy, raising the price by $18, and reselling them...Lol.
    9. Detritus
      Detritus
      That....seems like a likely scenario. :straightface:
    10. fredkocherpepsi
      fredkocherpepsi
      Wouldn’t be surprised! There used to be an FYE in the mall near me but they went out of business. They would oftentimes have a more vast selection as far as chain stores go (compared to say, Best Buy) but the prices were ridiculous.
    11. Dabb hands
      Dabb hands
      Best Buy - like iTunes, shows Istanbul as track 4
      Amazon and Julia(TTY) show it as track 3 -
      What's it going to be ??!?
    12. fredkocherpepsi
      fredkocherpepsi
      I am banking on Istanbul as track 4 being correct.
    13. Harsh Truth
      Harsh Truth
      What's the story with the 7/22 release date of this and the Hot Topic vinyl? Are they trying to get people to order the download for 7/15 and then buy the physical piece a week later?
    14. !Viva Hate!
      !Viva Hate!
      No. Pretty much every physical version of the album is available on the 14 or 15.

      These just seem to be specialty releases released later to help with second week sales.
    15. Sal Kramer
      Sal Kramer
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    16. Sal Kramer
      Sal Kramer
      Maybe if Moz fans would send a message to him by not buying every single different version of his new release, he would stop & think about these ridiculous concert cancellations. But for now, the message is clear -- Moz can treat his fans like crap, and they will trip over each other to buy his product.
    17. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      are you mentally-handicapped? if you think a crap bit-rate iTunes download is the same thing, or even vaguely the same quality as, a compact disc, then you don't give much of a sh*t about the music.

      your question is the question of a moron.
    18. !Viva Hate!
      !Viva Hate!
      Same here. First they were Sam Goody, then FYE, then Electronics Boutique...now, they are a Lids. People don't want to pay $30 for a single movie or album no matter how cool your store is.
    19. fredkocherpepsi
      fredkocherpepsi
      It’s definitely a sign of the times that there are less and less stores like that around. Luckily the independent shops I still frequent are doing great.

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