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Last Round Of Itunes Store Credit

A couple weeks ago, I finally came to agree with you guys that iTunes isn't a desirable way to go about buying music. I bought a Neurosis album (been meaning to get into them for a while now) on iTunes a few days ago, and I felt like I had sinned. Plus, it's so much easier to become attached to an album when you have a physical copy of it (Arcade Fire's Funeral is a prime example IMO). Problem is, I still have $81 of iTunes Store credit left. What should I spend it on?
1Brand New
Your Favorite Weapon
2Brand New
Daisy
3Gotye
Making Mirrors


YOU DIDN'T HAVE TO STOOOOOOOOPPP SO LOOOOOOOOOWWW
4M83
Hurry Up, We're Dreaming


"Midnight City" got me interested in this, but of course, the single costs 30 cents more than everything else ($1.29)
5Motley Crue
Dr. Feelgood


Similar case to above; this time around I have my eyes set on "Kickstart My Heart"
6The National
Alligator
7The National
Boxer
8The National
High Violet
9The Devin Townsend Project
Deconstruction
10The Devin Townsend Project
Ghost
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