July 16, 2006

Going Out Of Business Sale

Posted by Paul Superapple @ 12:16 pm


Disgraceland isn’t completely going away, we’re just shutting down the online shop. With the growth of digital downloads, it no longer makes a whole lot of sense to sell physical CDs, so we’re going digital.

What does that mean for you? Big, fat, hairy savings on the remaining inventory.

Visit our online shop to see what we have left as well as the new pricing. We’ve slashed prices on Disgraceland T-shirts, Suns of Phere, Todd Steed/John Baker, Smokin’ Dave, Senryu, Stateside and more. I’m waiting to hear from some of the other artists to find out how much they want to discount their products, so keep checking back for new pricing.

NEW: We’ve now dropped prices on all French Broads, John Baker and Nug Jug CDs.

Keep in mind that, of some of these remaining items, we only have a couple left, so get ‘em while the gettin’s good. Before you know it, they’ll be going for small fortunes on E-bay. Additionally, if you want to craft some kind of deal for multiple CDs/products, just shoot me an e-mail and we’ll likely be able to work something out.

What else does this mean? It means a complete redesign of Disgraceland. This place is about to go from label to label/group music blog. That means more contributors, more activity and more information about Knoxville and East Tennessee music, instead of the rarely-updated site you’ve grudgingly gotten used to.

So, in summary, cheaper stuff, buy it now before it’s gone, new site coming. I think that about wraps up this edition. Thanks, as always, for visiting!


We’ve got quite a few releases now available at I-Tunes, Napster, Sony-Connect and others. Some of the newly-available digital releases include a gold-mine of classics from Smokin’ Dave and the Premo Dopes – Huh?, Too Many Years in the Circus, It’s All Our Vault, Live and Not Lern.

Also now available is The Opposable Thumbs classic, Are Ready For Love.

We’ve also been threatening for years now to release Doubters’ Club’s CD, Fleur De Lisa – originally released in 1996. It is now finally available via digital download – so go and check it out.

We’ve got some others lined up for digital release over the next month or so, so stay tuned for that.

Also coming up soon is a new release from John Baker, so keep your ears open for that as well.