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Sally


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Achtane

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The first album I bought was Mutter by Rammstein but I think the first album I owned was a Pearl Jam or maybe Offspring one

Like the Offspring EP with the red skeleton

Deep Glove Bruno

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Lil Swamp Booger Baby posted:

It was the album Hotshot by Shaggy

same but it was boombastic.

or was it beck mellow gold??

or was it... i think it might've actually been some steel drum orchestra.

either way the first record i bought was a soul fire 45 by the whitefield brothers. "in the raw" b/w "the bastard". their whole first album those tracks are taken from is still an absolute all timer with no skipped tracks for me. it's a perfect instrumental album.
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Achtane posted:

The first album I bought was Mutter by Rammstein but I think the first album I owned was a Pearl Jam or maybe Offspring one

Like the Offspring EP with the red skeleton

oh yeah this reminded me the second album i got was The Offspring's "Americana"

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The first album I ever bought was Weird Al's greatest hits. It is a decision that I stand by to this very day.


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Oh, if we're talking tapes the first thing I bought was a cassette containing different versions of the Dr. Who theme song including the disco remix. I don't know if you could call that an album though.

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Lil Swamp Booger Baby posted:

It was the album Hotshot by Shaggy

hahaha i have this. it sucks

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Doctor Dogballs

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first i traded someone a $10 gift certificate to a record store for the chumbawamba cd, you know the one
then the first one i bought with money was rob zombie - hellbilly deluxe.

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alnilam


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Prof. Crocodile posted:

The first album I ever bought was Weird Al's greatest hits. It is a decision that I stand by to this very day.

Bad Hair Day definitely is within the first 5 CDs i ever had and probably the best of that group

GoutPatrol

Coal Jobs for the Coal God



I cannot remember at all what the first CD I bought with my own money, probably some weird al thing

I do remember very vividly what album I first got as my own, not my parents or siblings, was Boyz II Men's II, because I really liked the song "Water Runs Dry" when I was 6

Six-Of-Hearts

"I want to break your heart, and give you mine."






First albums owned (given to me):



First album i obtained on my own:


First cd i remember buying with my own money (still makes a heckuva rolling tray too):


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Six-Of-Hearts

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Sally


Don't post Small Dash!


haha if we are doing albums that we were gifted then my first two CDs were the Lion King OST and Aqua's Aquarium.

Six-Of-Hearts

"I want to break your heart, and give you mine."






My brain swapped out "bought" for "emotionally devoured." My bad.

magic cactus

We lied. We are not at war. There is no enemy. This is a rescue operation.

Think I only ever really had two CD's gifted to me that I still listen to to this day.

A Jimi Hendrix Best of, and a burned copy of Kid Koala's Carpal Tunnel Syndrome


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October Rust owns and I will tolerate no poo poo talk.
Same goes for Kid Koala.
They both changed my life tho admittedly probably almost a decade apart.

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that kid koala CD is the only one I still own

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Kid Koala is so good. I saw him do a live set at the mod club in Toronto years ago. It really opened my eyes to what turntableism and DJ'ing with records actually was.

The first CD I bought was Rush - Exit Stage Left.
I had a tape of AC/DC - The Razor's Edge (the one with thunderstruck) before that, but I don't remember buying it. I think I got it from a friend, maybe as a birthday present? Plus a bunch of copied tapes of Weird Al and DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince.

Six-Of-Hearts

"I want to break your heart, and give you mine."






Anyone else luck out and have friends who had cool older sisters that made tapes for you and your friends, of the cool music parents wouldn't let you listen to as a young kid?

xcheopis




Six-Of-Hearts posted:

Anyone else luck out and have friends who had cool older sisters that made tapes for you and your friends, of the cool music parents wouldn't let you listen to as a young kid?

I have a sibling who was dj'd at KALX and was in college with Guy Kyser (not that they were friends or anything, just the mileu he was in) and got me into a lot of good music - Skinny Puppy, Bauhaus, etc.

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alnilam


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Six-Of-Hearts posted:

Anyone else luck out and have friends who had cool older sisters that made tapes for you and your friends, of the cool music parents wouldn't let you listen to as a young kid?

my sister had a bunch of the quintessential 90s Popular Alt-Rock CDs, such as weezer blue album, garbage self-titled, clueless soundtrack, blind melon self-titled, to name a few off the top of my head, that I was a bit too young (probably 8-10) to have found myself but that she made cassette tape copies of for me to listen to



ty blaise rascal

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mine was never mind. kurt was already dead and it was in 99.

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HAIKOOLIGAN

The first LP I bought was Duran Duran's "Seven and the Ragged Tiger". At the mall, of course.

I owned like 12 8-track tapes before that, and for the life of me I can't recall which of them I bought first. Because I'm a goon, I'm going to guess it was my Battlestar Galactica TV series soundtrack, and not my double length Bee Gees Greatest Hits.

alexandriao

"What're quantum mechanics?"
"I don't know. People who repair quantums, I suppose."


im sad to say my first purchase was of Brian Eno's Apollo cd

magic cactus

We lied. We are not at war. There is no enemy. This is a rescue operation.

Bacon Taco posted:

The first LP I bought was Duran Duran's "Seven and the Ragged Tiger". At the mall, of course.

I owned like 12 8-track tapes before that, and for the life of me I can't recall which of them I bought first. Because I'm a goon, I'm going to guess it was my Battlestar Galactica TV series soundtrack, and not my double length Bee Gees Greatest Hits.

Bee gee's own though. "Gotta Get A Message To You" is one of my all time favorite songs.


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alexandriao posted:

im sad to say my first purchase was of Brian Eno's Apollo cd

Was that the one he did with his bro



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rear end-penny posted:

October Rust owns and I will tolerate no poo poo talk.
Same goes for Kid Koala.
They both changed my life tho admittedly probably almost a decade apart.

I listen to October Rust every year on the first day of autumn. Not when the calendar says it's autumn, but rather when my senses tell me so.

Type O's wall of sound was never this big, never this haunting imho. October Rust is loving timeless

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