Ready to spend your hard-earned money on the arts? You can buy the physical CD (plus MP3s and bonus material) or you can buy access to the MP3s and the bonus material. We accept PayPal only. If you don’t have a PayPal account, write us an email and we’ll figure something out: email@example.com
BUY CD (PAYPAL)
USD 19.37 (+ USD 2.64 for shipping/packaging) = USD 22.00 BUY with PayPal
EUR 17.86 (+ EUR 3.14 for shipping/packaging) = EUR 21.00 BUY with PayPal
CHF 19.37 (+ CHF 2.64 for shipping/packaging) = CHF 22.00 BUY with PayPal
Please don’t select “Goods and Services” in order to avoid PayPal fees on our behalf.
Orders are processed manually, so please allow for a day or two to receive your access code for the MP3s and bonus material. Your CD is shipped out of the US or Switzerland, depending on your location. If you need your CD shipped to an address different from your PayPal address, notify us in the transaction form or send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you want to order more than one CD, just change the amount manually in the payment window.
There’s a PayPal bug that sometimes multiplies the amount by 100. If this happens, please change the amount in the payment window manually.
Buy a signed Album (Europe only)
During the time of shortages, we decided to put a few outrageously overpriced (heh-heh…) copies signed by artist Tyler Burba and producer Christian Hänggi up for sale too. Click below to order one of those with PayPal.
BUY MP3 only (PayPAL)
Your purchase includes access to the MP3s and bonus material. Orders are processed manually, so please allow for a day or two to receive your access code. If you feel something has gone horribly wrong, please write to email@example.com and let us know.
support local Shops
If you know of other stores that carries the album, write us an email to be listed here.
If you must: the global corporations
A variety of platforms are selling our MP3s. If you prefer to buy from them, please visit Apple Music, iTunes, Amazon, Pandora, or Deezer. Note, however, that most of them do not pay what we consider a fair share to the artist.