Can you remember the 1st CD you bought ?

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  1. J-man

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    Papa Roach - Infest.

    A terrible band and a terrible album.
     
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    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.

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  5. SirJackdeFuzz

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    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/
     
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    Same here.
     
  7. SirJackdeFuzz

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    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)


    Aiwa NSX990

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    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.

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    I'm expecting a lot of 'Brothers In Arms' by Dire Straits. Wasn't that the first mega-seller for the CD format?
     
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    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.
     
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    Roxy Music "Avalon".
     
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    Tom Petty "Full Moon Fever" marked the transition from cassettes to CDs for me.

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    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:

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    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).
     
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    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.

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