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Help with Christmas cd's

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Hi, I am looking for several cd's worth of the most popular Christmas music. I can't get on PC radio at work anymore and soon the music will be done on the radio. I want to try and listen to it all this coming year. If you can help me out, shoot me an email. Thank you and Merry Christmas!!

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Are you looking for places to buy these CD's or the music just sent to you? If you go on Amazon, ITunes, etc. you would be able to purchase and download as music as you want.

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Let's be careful here. No pirate CDs are allowed at PlanetChristmas. We pay for what we use. Everyone needs to make a living.

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