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Old 03-21-2010, 07:40 PM
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Default Soundstage Blu-Rays on Clearance @ Sears for $4.97 ea.

This is a Sears B&M only deal but Sears has put all of their Soundstage Blu-Rays on clearance for $4.97.

I have seen the following titles in three different stores:
- Foreigner
- Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
- Michael McDonald
- Stevie Nicks

Other titles on clearance (but were scooped up before I got there) are:
- Rob Thomas
- Billy Idol
- The Best of Sound Stage
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Old 03-22-2010, 12:08 AM
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I was excited when I saw your title but then I saw the eligible titles. Then I was =(
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Old 03-22-2010, 12:20 AM
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The sears in Lawnside NJ has them all for $3.48 each.

Grabbed all 6 titles that were there:
Tom Petty
Seal
Foreigner
Best of soundstage
Michael Mcdonald
Stevie Nicks

Kevin
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Old 03-22-2010, 12:39 AM
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kev, are they full concert BDs?
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Old 03-22-2010, 01:47 AM
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Wow. I didn't know Sears had stuff like that. The one near me just has appliances and is about the size of a gas station. lol
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kev, are they full concert BDs?
They are indeed full shows. Most of the shows have 10-12 songs on them and last for about an hour or so. The tom petty show is over 100 minutes..

Edit: I pulled some setlists as examples. Keep in mind that there are some songs that were performed but not broadcast on some of these shows.

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Part 1
Baby Please Donít Go
Crawlin Back To You
Handle With Care
I Wonít Back Down
Iím Cryiní
Angel Dream
Melinda
Born In Chicago
Red Rooster
Carol
Refugee

Part 2
Love Is A Long Road
You Donít Know How It Feels
Black Leather Woman
I Done Somebody Wrong
I Got A Woman
Thirteen Days
Wake Up Time
Rolliní In My Sweet Babyís Arms
Lost Children
Two Men Talking
You Wreck Me

Stevie Nicks
Broadcast Pt.1
Stand Back
Enchanted
If Anyone Falls
Sara
Fall From Grace
How Still My Love
I Need To Know
Crash Into Me
Rock and Roll
Broadcast Pt. 2
Rhiannon
Sorcerer
The One
Gold Dust Woman
Circle Dance
Landslide
Edge of 17

Seal
Broadcast
A Change is Gonna Come
I Can't Stand the Rain
It's a Man's Man's Man's World
Knock on Wood
If You Don't Know Me By Now
Here I Am (Come and Take Me)
People Get Ready
Stand by Me
Kiss From a Rose
Crazy

Foreigner
Broadcast
Night Life
Head Games
Waiting
Too Late
Double Vision
Dirty White Boy
Feels Like the First Time
Juke Box Hero/Whole Lotta Love
Hot Blooded

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The Foreigner one is surprisingly good as is the Best of. I wish the Tom Petty had more of his better songs on it as it appears he was pimping a new album or something when the Soundstage was recorded. The audio is great as is the video although it should be noted they are all 1080i (broadcast)
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Old 03-22-2010, 03:17 PM
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I bought quite a few several months ago when they were $9.49, but was able to order them on-line for in-store pickup back then. Not the case now, as on-line prices are showing up higher, so YMMV with inventory. For those who enjoy concert 's, these are definitely worth it. The Seal concert, in particular, is outstanding and hard to find elsewhere. PQ is excellent at 1080i and AQ sounds great too. At this price, run don't walk to get them while they're still available!
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The sears in Lawnside NJ has them all for $3.48 each.

Grabbed all 6 titles that were there:
Tom Petty
Seal
Foreigner
Best of soundstage
Michael Mcdonald
Stevie Nicks

Kevin
Got Tom Petty and Stevie Nicks for $2.50 each in Miami area..that's they had left.
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I picked up 4 of these today and passed on Foreigner but wish I had gotten that one as well. Tom Petty is DTS-HD MA 5.1, not sure about the others yet.

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