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Posted: 11/4/2015 8:21:47 AM EST
Mine was In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3 by Coheed and Cambria.

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Ride The Lightning
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The Beatles
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The Alice Cooper album where they all wore dresses for the cover shot.
Should have been a big clue, and I should have gone with it.
The music wasn't that great.
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Not even kidding.
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K-Tel's ROCK 80!!!!
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I love that album.
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Originally Posted By therex:
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/8/8d/Weird_Al_Alapalooza.jpg

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2001 The Chronic



Great album
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Originally Posted By usp4u:
Ride The Lightning
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That was my third. My first was and justice for all.
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On a side note how old are you OP?
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Quadrophenia - The Who




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This is the earliest CD I remember getting with allowance money.
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Eminem: The Eminem Show
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Kiss: Alive II. Christmas money.
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Damn, I'm old.

It was 1978 and I was 8 and an aspiring guitar god. My parents were not well pleased with my purchase.

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Beastie boys, licensed to I'll.

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Rastaman Vibration - Bob Marley & The Wailers
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Originally Posted By therex:
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I don't remember exactly which Weird Al cassette it was, but it was either this one or "The Food Album". I was a huge WAY fan back in the day. I actually have one of his newer CDs autographed.
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Violator
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Grand Funk Railroad.

Closer to Home.

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I was 9.

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Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
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Originally Posted By Sevenator:
Damn, I'm old.

It was 1978 and I was 8 and an aspiring guitar god. My parents were not well pleased with my purchase.

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51VI5tiBbgL.jpg
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I wish I was old like you.



ETA: Still one of my favorites.
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Blue Oyster Cult - Agents of Fortune
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I think it was Sir Mix A Lot's "Mack Daddy."
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kill 'em all and ride the lightning at the same time
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Originally Posted By GenoGS:
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21.
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I think the first one I bought was 1039 smoothed out slappy hours by Greenday. On cassette tape. WAY before BJ became a political DB.
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8th grade:



I had other classics before this but my parents bought them. (I had cool parents.)
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Micheal Jacksons Thriller and Men At Works Cargo
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1973.
FFS, now the whole album is on youtube.
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That was a long long time ago but I THINK it was Brain Salad Surgery by Emerson Lake&Palmer.
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1980, Empire Strikes Back soundtrack, 2 album set, $12 or so. I was 8, and saved my allowance to get it. My mom bought me some headphones so she didn't have to listen to Darth Vaders theme every time I played it, which was probably at least 75 times a day. I wore out the pages in the booklet that came with it, had to tape them back together. I distinctly remember several times choosing to not go outside and play with friends and ride my bike so I could sit in the house and listen to that music.
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Originally Posted By threedogs:

1973.
FFS, now the whole album is on youtube.
https://youtu.be/A88-h_SzpNg
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Or it might have been this one. Still one of my all time favorites.
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Wham. Make It Big.
Yeah, I was like 8 years old and had no idea. Casey Kasem tried to poison my young, impressionable mind with his Top 40 countdown.
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Master of Puppets
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This is embarrasing, but it is what it is.

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Coolio Gansta's Paradise I think.
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Paula Abdul, Spellbound




Don't judge me.
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Mozart
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Earth, Wind, and Fire--walked into a record store, they were playing it and I heard this great song, bought it on the spot! I think they were fucking with me, the record I bought was so bad I never could listen to enough of it to find the song. Still have the record though after 38 years, no way to play it though. Sounds like skeet time...
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Still my favorite band, and my favorite album.



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