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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by SirJackdeFuzz, Dec 19, 2010.
Papa Roach - Infest.
A terrible band and a terrible album.
Savage Garden... I HAVE NO REGRETS.
First Sugarcubes record.
Don't play it much anymore!
I held off going to cds for as long as I could.
I'd like to know what the last vinyl lp I bought was. That, I have no idea.
Now that is beautifull !
I recently (2 years ago) started building on my "old" vinyl collection.
Alot of my music i can find here, on vinyl : http://www.allthatisheavy.com/
Same here . . . i had about 4 or 5 CD's before i got my own CD player, but man, what a CD player it was (for the time, and my income)
I am embarrassed to say Warrant - Cherry Pie. I still have it and still like the song Uncle Tom's Cabin, regardless of how rediculous the whole hair band thing was.
I'm expecting a lot of 'Brothers In Arms' by Dire Straits. Wasn't that the first mega-seller for the CD format?
My first CD purchase was I think a half dozen or so discs - but I can't remember what all of them were. I know one of them was Heart, either Dreamboat Annie or Little Queen - maybe both of them. Actually, I'm pretty sure both of them. Also, Steve Miller... Book of Dreams and/or Fly Like an Eagle.
First vinyl was Back in the High Life from Steve Winwood. Which I am also pretty sure was in my first bunch of CDs, because I remember thinking my first album should be my first format switch too.
Buffalo Springfield- Retrospective.
1985-Dark Side of the Moon
Roxy Music "Avalon".
Guns 'N' Roses - Appetite for Destruction. bonus rock points here.
Tom Petty "Full Moon Fever" marked the transition from cassettes to CDs for me.
Like others I started buying CD's before I got as player. Here's my first. I already owned the vinyl, but the CD had three more tracks:
Sting: Dream of the Blue Turtles.
I was not that big of a Sting fan but the only CD's the store had were that or classical. Good album though.
Next was Dire Straits Making Movies. Still have that one. Classic.
It was a few weeks to save up the $200 to get a single disk player (no remote).
Brothers in Arms was my first also.
It was one of the first DDD cd's and it really sounded great.
Still have it and listen to it at least once a month.
I have the NSX 3900, bought it in '95?? Maybe 96. It's still my main system at home, my HD-TV is playing through it right now, sounds great.
ZZ Top - Greatest Hits
Diamonds & Pearls by Prince.. both still great albums............