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January 28, 2008

Where to get 'The Wire' soundtracks

Had a couple people (including Pants McFadden) ask me where they could get the two soundtrack albums to The Wire.

Here is a link where you can order them from Amazon.

Or, if you'd rather support a local music store, Soundgarden (pictured) at 1616 Thames Street in Fells Point has both.

As of this afternoon, they have sold 34 copies of The Wire: And All the Pieces Matter and 13 of The Wire: Beyond Hamsterdam.

(Photo by Algerina Perna/Sun Photographer) 

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Posted by Sam Sessa at 5:00 PM | | Comments (4)
Categories: Local music, Random stuff


this is a test

it seems to be selling pretty good on Amazon: Sales Rank #249 in Music
pick this stuff up people!

I recently purchased The Wire Soundtrak from HBO online store. As I listen to this CD, as drove down I 26 in SC (my new home), I had to ask myself "Why would anybody ever leave Baltimore" I was immediatly transformed to streets of my youth and other neighborhoods where I lived and raised my kids. Baltimore is the most unique city in the US. A place where the haves and the have not can share space at the inner harbor and other attractions and feel you belong. This soundtrak provides a lesson in what B-More is and what Baltimore can become in the future. This is a must have CD for folks like me, that have moved away, and miss it so much.

i also found it on iTunes... easy download:)

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