About Austin Krueger

Austin works as a cost analyst for TDS Telecom in the Government and Regulatory Affairs team. He has a marketing degree from UW-Whitewater and has worked in various departments including marketing, sales and network services since joining TDS in 2004. He is a huge sports fan – if he’s not at work, odds are you can find him at Miller Park, Lambeau Field, Camp Randall or the Kohl Center watching the game. In his spare time, he’s chairman of a local non-profit, avid music fan, rec sports MVP and an early adopter when it comes to most new technologies.
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Lenny Kravitz 5

Cheap Tunes Tuesday: Lenny Kravitz

This album has sold 10 million copies worldwide, and charted for nearly three years straight on the Billboard 200 (two of those years were in the top 100 which is remarkable!). The album even won two Grammy Awards for Kravitz. Really, you should give this on a listen and you can get 5 for less than $5 today.
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Steve Miller Band_Fly Like an Eagle_

Cheap Tunes Tuesday: Steve Miller Band

It’s easy to hear Steve Miller Band and think of maybe one or two hits and sort of disregard them within music history. But in reality, these guys are everywhere. They have so many hits (some of which you might not even realize are them) and their music has played such a major role in music, movies, TV and commercials. Fly Like an Eagle today for less than $7.
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REM_

Cheap Tunes Tuesday: R.E.M.

R.E.M. is one of those bands where maybe you feel you don’t know them, or only know the hits, but then you realize how many songs you can sing along to. This definitely isn’t your parent’s version of R.E.M. If you’re accustomed to what you heard on previous records, this is a major departure—and not in a bad way!
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Taylor Swift_Fearless_

Cheap Tunes Tuesday: Taylor Swift

Fearless spawned five radio singles and has sold over 20 million copies to date. Not only that, but Swift has the distinction of being the youngest artist in history to have a year’s best-selling record, plus Fearless is the most awarded album in the history of country music. With credentials like that, it's worth taking a listen.
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Neil Diamond_

Cheap Tunes Tuesday: Neil Diamond

Today’s featured artist is summed up in many circles simply by “BA-BA-BA!” Whether you’re at your favorite sports stadium, the local pub or at the grocery store, you hear his music regularly and can’t seem to help but sing along.
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Offspring_Smash

Cheap Tunes Tuesday: The Offspring

At a time in music history when things were about to drastically change, Offspring was right there as one of the bands leading the charge. The album didn’t really take off immediately, but in July the single “Come Out And Play” hit major radio. The album would end up peaking at #4 on the Billboard 200 and multiple singles would come in toward the top of the charts for 20 plus weeks.
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Band on the Run

Cheap Tunes Tuesday: Wings

When an iconic band decides to call it quits, you would typically think that’s nothing but a negative for music fans. However, sometimes a phoenix arises from the ashes—in this case a group not quite as iconic, but still gets the toes tapping. Today’s band came from The Beatles break up, so obviously it had big shoes to fill.
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The Police

Cheap Tunes Tuesday: The Police

No doubt your Tuesday will be so lonely without some tunes in your life, so why not grab hold of one of the iconic British bands in history? For the low price of $6.99, the red light of deals is going off!
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Jimmy Buffett _Son of a Son

Cheap Tunes Tuesday: Jimmy Buffett

If you like country, folk rock, pop, or simply being on an island, Jimmy Buffett has something for you. This is a great place to start in his catalog if you haven’t listened to one start to finish before. And for $7 bucks, how can you beat that?
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Garth Brooks_No Fences

Cheap Tunes Tuesday: Garth Brooks

While he was discovered nearly immediately, it took Troyal Brooks a couple years to decide to go by Garth and make the move to Nashville. His first album dropped in 1989 to significant acclaim—but it was his second record, No Fences that really put him on the map.
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