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Posted: 9/3/2004 6:48:43 PM EST
[Last Edit: 9/3/2004 6:50:22 PM EST by bblake00]
Music group that you bought an album of in any type of media?


The Game by Queen in LP

Toys in the Attic by Aerosmith in CD


Testing you memories.



ETA for spelling
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Foghat.....Slow Ride, vinyl.
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Emerson, Lake and Palmer - Brain Salad Surgery
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Hank Williams Jr. "Rowdy"
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Originally Posted By bblake00:
Music groop that you bought an album of in any tyoe of media?


The Game by Queen in LP

Toys in the Attic by Aerosmith in CD


Testing you memories
.



No, you're tesing my manliness.


Ok, I win (or lose, depending on how you look at it).

Micheal Jackson-Thriller.....



<sigh>
Link Posted: 9/3/2004 6:52:21 PM EST
Toys in the Attic by Aerosmith on a 8 track.
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Greatest Hits by Blondie
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I don't know if it was my "first" album, but I remember my Grandma (RIP) giving me the money to go buy J. Geils band (centerfold album), way back when.
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Don't laugh.

NWA - NWA and the Posse
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Promise not to laugh?



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Vanilla Ice live,
Link Posted: 9/3/2004 6:57:28 PM EST
Boston on LP, I still remember bugging my dad to buy it for me.
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[Last Edit: 9/3/2004 6:59:29 PM EST by Janus]
M. Jackson - Thriller

I was 6.
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Album- Deep Purple: Made in Japan
CD- Talking heads: Stop making sense
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Pretty good list so far.


I had / have alot of them.
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My first "very own" piece of vinyl was a 'BayCity Rollers' 45 that I won with a ticket stub at the Pepsi Bottle Cap Saturday Matinee in the Lincoln Theater in Port Angeles, Washington.

For those of you too young to know...

To get into the Pepsi Bottle Cap Matinee you paid your way in with 6 Pepsi Bottle Caps....When I was a kid we looked at every cap laying on the street and frequently traded them for marbles, toys, candy with other children. Pepsi-Cola Soda came in glass bottles (hehehaha) and you were paid pennies and sometimes nickels to recycle them.

One more history lesson from MT_Pockets
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Chicago 5, and it's still a great album.
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Eagles-Hotel California
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Kiss - Destroyer
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Several about the same time. I can't remember the exact order:

Deep Purple - Machine Head
Aerosmith - Toys in the Attic
Pink Floyd - The Dark Side of the Moon
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Traffic. Low Spark of Highheeled boys.
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GodSpell and Oklahoma


Both movie musicals

SGtar15
Link Posted: 9/3/2004 7:05:51 PM EST
Bought a few at the same time

Journey - Escape
Deep Purple - Perfect Strangers
Hewy Lewis & the News - Sports
Van Halen - 1984
Link Posted: 9/3/2004 7:07:06 PM EST
[Last Edit: 9/3/2004 7:10:24 PM EST by knightsar]

Originally Posted By Wolfpack:
Van Halen VH1



Yes, My first also it was in 8 track. Shit that makes me feel old. Just seen them in concert and they still rock.
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[Last Edit: 9/3/2004 7:09:05 PM EST by warlord]
Iron Butterfly - In a Gadda de Vida vinyl LP
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Van Halen 1984
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First one my parents bought me -- Michael Jackson "Moonwalk."

First one I bought myself -- Wilson Phillips.

I'm going to go hide under a chair now.
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[Last Edit: 9/3/2004 7:11:55 PM EST by AR-10]
Alice Cooper.

The one with "Eighteen" on it.


That's a lie. The first one was Jungle Book, but Alice was next.

Really.

Edit to add, Brain Salad Surgery was the first one I tripped to. That was...an experience.
Link Posted: 9/3/2004 7:12:01 PM EST
my mom has a tape of me singing my rendition of 'hot blooded' by Foreigner at a rather young age.

there are also some old family photos of me in first or second grade with a Bee Gees shirt on. oh man.
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Fleetwood Mac---->Rumours
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The Beatles "Revolver"

and I still have it
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[Last Edit: 9/3/2004 7:44:29 PM EST by TheRealSundance]
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Beach Boys "Greatest Hits"
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Bob Dylan

HiWay 61 revisited
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First one my dad bought me was an Elvis album (2 album set live in Hawaii).

First one paid for was Kansas, Point of No Return.
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Def Leppard, "Into the Night"
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Originally Posted By warlord:
Iron Butterfly - In a Gadda de Vida vinyl LP



Holy shit, my mother just gave me her copy, what are the odds?....
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Black Sabbath Paranoid.
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Appetisers by Alan O'Day. Vinyl.
I thought that Under Cover Angel was the greatest.
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First 45 ever bought for me was Another Brick in the Wall pt. 2 by Pink Floyd. The second was "We're Not Going to Take It" by Twisted Sister. Both came from my mom. I think she was trying to raise a non-conformist, and she succeeded.

The first album was Michael Jackson's "Living off the Wall" when he was still black.
The first tape I ever bought was Poison "Look What the Cat Dragged In" I'm as ashamed of it now as I was then ("They look like girls!")
First CD was Ace Frehley's solo album from the time everyone in KISS did one. I didn't even own a CD player at the time, but I was a huge pre-makeup remover KISS fan. I had every KISS release on tape when I bought the CD, which was in 6th grade (this was during the 80's when it was not hip to be a KISS fan). Ace Frehley and Randy Rhodes are the reason I picked up the guitar.

Remember the Alamo, and God Bless Texas...
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Meatloaf "Bat out of Hell" on 8 track
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Beatles, "Hard Days Night". God, am I that old?

CW
Link Posted: 9/3/2004 8:36:33 PM EST

Originally Posted By Paul:
Don Maclean - American Pie

My all time fovorite song. I can't help but sing when its on the radio.
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1st Used Vinyl (33rpm) - Boston Boston
1st New Vinyl (33rpm) - AC/DC Back in black
1st New Vinyl (45 rpm) - Kansas Point of no return
1sty New Casette Tape - Alan Parsons Project Sterotomy
1st New CD - Kate Bush The dreaming

I'm reminded of the story of "today's high school student" who's never bought an album on vinyl, doesn't know about Beta v. VHS, doesn't know what the cold war was, etc.

Gettin' older... but it beats the alternative.
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[Last Edit: 9/3/2004 10:38:31 PM EST by m_jacobs_wife]
Children of the World by the Bee Gees--on vinyl.

I like disco back then and I still like disco today.

Disco ain't dead
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[Last Edit: 9/3/2004 10:40:16 PM EST by KA3B]
Disco SUCKS!!


Originally Posted By m_jacobs_wife:
Disco ain't dead

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The Distance to Here by LIVE.
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Iron Maiden and Def leppard (Pyromania)
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