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Hey gang,
More great posts this past week from everyone. Thanks for tackling the tough, esoteric stuff so gamely! Your courage is inspiringπŸ™‚. We’ve worked hard, so this week, let’s make it easy, shall we?
I am pretty sure that the first record I ever bought was a 45rpm single of Nick Gilder‘s Hot Child in the City (how awesome is that?). The most recent record I’ve bought is Sensuous by Cornelius.
Where did you start, and where are you now? A snapshot, please, of two records: your first purchase, and your most recent.
This should be fun,
best,
mz

Comments

  1. ellisshoe
    October 21, 2007 at 1:33pm
    Great thread. 1st 45: King of the Road -- Roger Miller 1st vinyl LP: Something New -- The Beatles 1st CD: Compact Snap! -- The Jam Last CD: Pocket Symphony -- Air
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  2. Ashley
    October 21, 2007 at 9:06pm
    I believe the first album I bought was The Eagles Greatest Hits Vol. 2 on cassette when I was about 10. The cd that got me going with my current collection was Semisonic's Feeling Strangely Fine, and I just downloaded The Frames' Dance The Devil from emusic yesterday.
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  3. Noize9
    October 25, 2007 at 12:03pm
    (I'm very new to this site/project/community. It's awesome!) Interesting question and thread (Painkiller fan also). First 8-track: Aerosmith Rocks First cassette: Blue Oyster Cult's Mirrors First 45: Boston's More Than A Feeling First full-length lp: BTO's Not Fragile Most Recent CDs: Wayne Shorter's Juju and Merzbow's Tauromachine Most Recent d/l: Husker Du rare live stuff
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  4. kasey bomber
    October 25, 2007 at 4:12pm
    The first thing I bought with my own money was the We Are The World 45. First album was Huey Lewis and the News' Sports. Last thing purchased: Violence is Golden by Scanners - on Amazon today.
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  5. jennyb
    October 25, 2007 at 6:30pm
    my first one i bought was Oliva Newton John record with I honestly love you on it and i still have it! The last piece of music was a whole genere of songs Rob Zombie to AFI to Nelly Fratado to Fiftycent and Enya!
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  6. Darko714
    October 25, 2007 at 7:58pm
    1st albums: Elton John "Yellow Brick Road" and Ginger Baker "Best of Ginger Baker", both on the same day in 1973 or 1974. 1st 8 track: Avoided those like the plague. 1st CD: The Fixx: "Reach the Beach" 1985. Last CD: Eminem: "The Marshall Mathers Album" 2002. Last download: DJ Tiesto: "Silence (Sarah McLachlan)"
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  7. Marvin Rodgers
    October 26, 2007 at 12:51am
    You know how there Sirius Sattelite Radio and XM? How about Pandora having a device that connects to your car stereo system via cellular connection and you can play your favorite artists and favorite songs, just like this wonderful website does. Nothing out there does for your car what the Pandora does for your personal computer and home stereo system.... Peace, Love and Kick Ass! hehe
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  8. Michael Zapruder
    October 26, 2007 at 11:01am
    happily, martin, you can already do that very thing through any sprint phone. check out the pandora home page and look at the "pandora on the go" options, and you'll be all set. here's the link if you want to cut and paste it instead - http://www.pandora.com/on-the-go?from_home=1 cheers, mz
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  9. Mike Young
    November 21, 2007 at 6:46am
    My first album was The Eagles, Hotel California. The timing of this thread is a little ironic because the last CD I purchased was the new Eagles CD. I really haven't thought much about them in the last 6 or 8 years because I was so tired of endless "greatest hits" compilations. The new cds are good, but they are not Hotel California.
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