Insound Hasn't Closed Yet, Needs You to Buy Everything for Cheap

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Back in March, online music retailer Insound gave customers about 12 days notice before it would be closing "due to corporate cost-cutting measures." Nearly three months later the site is still up and running, though now appears to be in the "Everything Must Go!" phase of its demise. On Thursday, the company emailed a promotion for "The Insound Sale of a Lifetime" -- a 35 percent discount on the store's entire stock.

Insound, Online Music Retailer, Announces Closure

Looking to pick up the 4xLP deluxe edition of Nirvana's Nevermind? That'll be $52 instead of $80. You're the last person to not own Adele's 21? The $20 vinyl version is down to $13. And you can't live without Audio-Technica's pricey 1240-USB turntable? It'll run you $344 instead of $529.

The well-regarded vinyl and merchandise retailer, which is said to have only three employees, was founded in 1998 and was acquired by Warner Music Group in 2008. WMG confirmed the company's closure to Billboard back in March.


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