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Tower Records out of business


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I could not believe it. I saw the sign on the Tower Records building on West End Avenue in Nashville---"Going Out Of Business." A clerk explained that massive debt caused the 89-store chain to be sold to a liquidator. I researched it. Tower Records began in Sacramento, California in 1960. Overexpansion was blamed for its collapse. What does this mean? Will a hole be dug somewhere and millions upon millions of garbage CDs bulldozed into it? All the obscene rap, drug noise and tattooed homosexual foulness of the last 25 years? Will the Tower buildings be razed? Will salt be poured on the earth where they stood so nothing can grow?