Those at Lulu.com wrote me saying the following:
"Dear Angel Ortega Velasco, In our mission to ensure creators have access to the best tools and resources to help them sell more content, we must retire certain products and services that have not proven to be as popular with our community of customers as we initially thought they'd be. As a result, we will no longer be offering your Compact disc for sale on Lulu.com. You'll still be able to access your project(s) under your "My Lulu" tab, make revisions, and save any changes to your computer until July 19, 2011. We still see the value in these works and want you to share them with the world, so please read on for detailed suggestions on other options available to you. But to be clear, as of September 19, 2011, your project(s) will no longer appear in your project list and customers will no longer be able to purchase these titles from the Lulu Marketplace."
So they have decided that selling CDs is not profitable and they will drop them; this means that those Ann Hell records rescued from oblivion will move there back again.
Buy them while they last.
I think their next step will be to stop publishing books that do not cross a selling threshold. Bah. Who cares.