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Matebu on: December 27, 2018, 00:27

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Although its great to have any album at you finger tips, I really miss the event of going to a CD shop and picking up the latest or rare albums. It's almost hard to believe now all these albums came out during the period

I was walking in NYC this past weekend and it dawned on me that all the CD/DVD shops are gone. Do music shops still exist for my brothers and sisters in Paris, London, and East Africa?
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SLK97 #1 on: December 27, 2018, 13:05

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Good times. Nowadays, there are hardly any music shops in London if I remember well, but there are probably only a few in Paris and Brussels. You can still get the physical CDs online but it will never beat buying one in a shop.

Grandpretre #2 on: December 27, 2018, 14:10

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Good times. Nowadays, there are hardly any music shops in London if I remember well, but there are probably only a few in Paris and Brussels. You can still get the physical CDs online but it will never beat buying one in a shop.

In Paris neither online or outside,
Château Rouge used to have some cd shops where u can buy anything you want but all of those closed, now it’s clearly impossible to find it. Great years of congoleses music are behind us unfortunately

mvulusi96 #3 on: December 27, 2018, 14:29

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How have still Diego Music in Chateaux Rouge.

Grandpretre #4 on: December 27, 2018, 17:58

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How have still Diego Music in Chateaux Rouge.

I went there recently, eloko ya malonga eza te. He only have recent albums lile kosa leka, abracadabra, undertaker, nyataquance, live concerts things like that. He doesn’t have classics anymore. Only maybe loi (suave records).

Congolitude #5 on: December 27, 2018, 20:58

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How have still Diego Music in Chateaux Rouge.

I went there recently, eloko ya malonga eza te. He only have recent albums lile kosa leka, abracadabra, undertaker, nyataquance, live concerts things like that. He doesn’t have classics anymore. Only maybe loi (suave records).

Yes, I was looking there for Independance Day of Doudou Copa but nothing

Bohemian Rhapsody #6 on: December 29, 2018, 21:09

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Everything is going digital due to technology. Surprisingly, vinyl has popped up again.

Grandpretre #7 on: December 29, 2018, 22:01

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Everything is going digital due to technology. Surprisingly, vinyl has popped up again.

Yes & no. If I want to buy an old notorious big album, or m.jackson, 2 pac, dr dre, eminem, Johnny Hallyday or barry white cd, i can’t find it. The case of congolese music is about the fact that due to combattants, a lot of specialized cd shops closed

mvulusi96 #8 on: December 29, 2018, 22:20

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Everything is going digital due to technology. Surprisingly, vinyl has popped up again.

Yes & no. If I want to buy an old notorious big album, or m.jackson, 2 pac, dr dre, eminem, Johnny Hallyday or barry white cd, i can’t find it. The case of congolese music is about the fact that due to combattants, a lot of specialized cd shops closed

Yeah, I think that if there well still concerts that many of those shops have been closed. Because guys like Ams Tresor, etc. would still producers those dvds of big events at Zenith, Olympia, Bercy, etc. with people wanting to buy it. Instead of watching youtube-posted videos who were filmed by Congolese websites (Elengi Ya Congo, Congomikili, etc.). Those shops made already alot of money in 2011 when combattans started to sell those dvds of artists and comedians who supported Kabila for free or just for 1 euro next to the shop. And those so called "fanatics" also being stupid to buy it.