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• Posted by Sean Robert Abbey
• Date: Monday, July 10, 2000, at 6:48 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: CDs for sale, some for FREE (MIKE)

> Well, I thought a three-dollar 'Scarlet Letter' was a pretty good deal in
> itself. Frankly, the free score CD (score, not song album) was just a
> 'toss in' to sweeten the deal and a means of getting this infernal free CD
> out of my collection. If you must know...the free CD is J. Peter
> Robinson's score to 'First Strike/Rumble In the Bronx.' Honestly, it isn't
> worth buying but it's certainly worth it for free. I feared that revealing
> the mystery CD might turn people off from the Scarelt Letter CD. Offer
> still stands. -MIKE

Believe it or not, I have thought about getting this CD. So, if you are that determined to get rid of it, I'll take it off your hands. I am I sick or what. :)

Just let me know what you want in exchange for it.

Sean Robert Abbey

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