Tuesday , May 22 2018

Google shows off a selection of 90’s albums in Google Play Music – gives you Silverchair Neon Ballroom for free

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Google loves showing off their music titles in Play Music, and they also seem to love giving away albums to promote their sales – today we see Google showcasing the 90’s, with a list of albums from the 90’s to really get you jumping.

To celebrate the sale, Google is offering you a free album from a great Aussie band: Silverchair, offering their 1999 album Neon Ballroom as a freebie to add to your Google Play Music collection. The album contains a heap of classic tracks such as Anthem for the year 2000, Ana’s Song, Miss You Love and a heap more.

On-sale are a heap of absolute classic albums from just $5.99, such as Pearl Jam – Vitalogy, Blink 182 – Enema of the State, Nirvana – Nevermind, Green Day – Nimrod and A LOT more. Seriously, this is probably the most attractive music sale I’ve seen in a long time, these albums are actually enticing me to open my wallet.

To check out what’s on offer, head over to Google Play Music and don’t forget to claim Neon Ballroom while you’re at it.

Source: Google Play Music.
Thanks: +Jamie S.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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1 Comment on "Google shows off a selection of 90’s albums in Google Play Music – gives you Silverchair Neon Ballroom for free"

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You guys are so good at picking up on these freebies. Is there a way to be notified by Ausdroid when you post a Google Play Store freebie? Or teach me your ways of tracking it myself. I have Page Monitor for Chrome, but to see every change would be too much.

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