what's the last album you bought?

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Dear dairy... diory... diry... dairy...
I bought 3 CD's last weekend:

Velvet Undergroung and Nico
In The Court Of The Crimson King
Yes

and all were mid price.
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Did you like Velevet Underground and Nico?
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Just bought another copy of DSOTM ... That makes 8 copys for me :shock:
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Spirit Catcher wrote:Just bought another copy of DSOTM ... That makes 8 copys for me :shock:
Why would you possibally do that?
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I loan them to my sisters and they bring them back scratched . But
they always pay to replace it.. They won't buy copys for themselves for some reason :? :shock:
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Ah, that's perfectly reasonable, i thought you were a bit weird in the head first.
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Led Zeppelin - How The West Was Won
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Pink Floyd-Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall live 1980-81(longbox edition).
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Real Pink in the Inside wrote:Led Zeppelin - How The West Was Won
ditto, got that and the DVD for 30 bucks at circuit city, good deal
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David Smith wrote:Did you like Velevet Underground and Nico?
I think that VU&N is great record (not as great as most of Floyds and Beatles') and it has emotional value because it was one of my first touches to 60's music, first one was I think Jefferson Airplane, Live At Monterey. Memories... oh! Memories and that golden time of my childhood at mid 90's... :D
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Got White Light White Heat yet? Also a brilliant album.
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David Smith wrote:Got White Light White Heat yet? Also a brilliant album.
Once I was about to "rent" (I don't remember the real word for this) from library, but I didn't. Maybe I will when I go next time to big city, Rovaniemi.

It's nice when people recommend some bands to listen, I began to dig Pink Floyd because my brothers wife recommend Delicate Sound Of Thunder :D
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JML wrote:Once I was about to "rent" (I don't remember the real word for this) from library, but I didn't. Maybe I will when I go next time to big city, Rovaniemi.
"Borrow" perhaps?? :D
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JML wrote:Once I was about to "rent" (I don't remember the real word for this) from library, but I didn't. Maybe I will when I go next time to big city, Rovaniemi.
Trust me, when you do you should love it, the most drug oriented album ever with totally raw guitar riffs and Lou Reed before he turned crap. Has such godly songs as Here She Comes and Lady Godiva's Operation (the best VU song ever.) If you haven't got the self titled album or Loaded then i would advise WLWH before them any day, Loaded is much better than the self titled one though.
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It was Eric Clapton's "One more car, one more rider" and Roger Waters "In the flesh". Both commercial live albums, just for some more tour profit. Nothing special.