You can listen to classic albums from Nirvana and Snoop Dogg through Microsoft’s Xbox Music Pass subscription service, or this week you can purchase them on the cheap. Microsoft is slashing the cost of Nirvana’s albums and this week’s Snoop Dogg release.

For the next week Snoop Dogg’s Bush is on sale for $7.99 in the Xbox Music Store. Additionally, Nirvana’s Nevermind, In Utero, MTV Unplugged in New York¬†and¬†Incesticide are $7.99. Stevie Wonder’s Songs In The Key of Life¬†is on sale for $6.99. The Xbox Music Store itself picked up new albums from Hinder, Steve Aoki and Ciara.

To be clear, the Xbox Music Store sells MP3s, meaning users can load this music onto whatever portable device they have. Purchasing songs and albums from Xbox Music requires a Windows Phone or Windows PC running Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 operating system. There are Xbox Music apps for iPhone and Android.