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Post by BRISTOL86 » 25 Oct 2008, 09:18

I had plenty bought for me, but the first CD I can actually remember buying with my own money was the Greatest Hits of the Lightning Seeds!!
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Post by Moonlight » 25 Oct 2008, 14:25

My first cd was bought for me as I was quite young ( 5? ) it was Michael Jackson 'Bad' as I loved it at the time.

The first cassete I wanted was for my birthday it was 'North and South' 'I'm a man not a boy :lol: ' :oops: :oops: :oops: It was the first boy band I actually liked, and the last.

I got into listening to music properly in my teens and the first dance album I had was Massive Dance Hits 2000 (?)

The fist vinyl I bought was...Kernkraft 2000 'Zombie Nation' from Data records ( I think, I can't really remember :? ).

The last Cd I bought so far was Rachmaniov, Rapsody on a theme by Paganini, on Naxos Cd.

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Post by Katmid » 25 Oct 2008, 16:26

I remember having the Muppet Show album on vinyl when I was a kid and we had an album of childrens stories I think too. :D

The first casette album I bought was the Simpsons Sing the Blues and the first CD album was Celine Dion. Hehehe

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Post by Barrie Heaton » 26 Oct 2008, 13:03

All along the watchtower Jimi Hendrix a 45

My First LP was Hendrix I often got sent home from school as my hair was too long and was often seen playing an air guitar


Rac 3 PC was my first classical LP

A few Hawkwinds CDs was my first to replace an LP but was disappointed as they had remixed it badly


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Post by athomik » 28 Oct 2008, 10:39

2 album set of The Who Sell Out and A Quick One, and Dark Side of The Moon while I was still at school in Germany (well, I wasn't exactly at school that afternoon). :roll:

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