Still Standing at Tower

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There were only photos available of the downtown store. Photo: AP

Tower Records, at long last, is really no more. Today's the last day of business at the Village location; the Upper West Side branch closed yesterday. In the weeks leading up to this, cost-conscious music buffs have streamed into both locations to pick through thousands of marked-down CDs and DVDs. But some things you literally can’t (almost) give away. After the jump, a sampling of what remained at the Upper West Side store near the close of business yesterday. —David Browne

World Trade Center, original score, $1.90
Freejack, original soundtrack, $1.90
String Quartet Tribute to Hawthorne Heights, $1.80
Taylor Hawkins & the Coattail Riders, $1.80
Killer Dwarfs, Stand Tall, $1.70
En Vogue, Soul Flower, $1.60
Winger, Pull, $1.40
Soup Dragons, Hang-Ten!, $1.40
Foxymorons, Rodeo City, $1.40
Classic Semisonic DVD $1.30
Various Latin rock artists, Maxim En Espanol Rockz!, $1.30
7 Year Bitch, Gato Negro, $1
Assholeparade, $1
Kelly Osbourne, “Come Dig Me Out” single, $0.80
Lee Greenwood, Greatest Hits Volume Two, $0.70
Mickey Gilley, K-Tel Country Gospel, $0.70
Karaoke Alan Jackson $0.50
MC Eiht, Tha8TZ Gangsta, cassette, 5 cents (multiple copies)