what's the last album you bought?

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Post by Mario »

Mmmh ! Let me see...

i think it was Sammy Hagar?s Live "Hallelujah" Album ! :-;
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Willie Nelson - Fourteen #1 Hits live
The Louvin Brothers - 20 Greatest Gospel
Beck - new one.. forget what's it called
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the last album i bought was the pink fairies. its pretty good sounds like a lot of bands rolled into one [pink floyd.the beatles.led zep.the doors .rolling stones.etc] also theres a guy in the band called twink whos worked with syd barrett on a couple of ocasions. i would recomend having a listen. \:D/
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The Pink Fairies were a pretty good band, I can highly recomend the NEVER NEVERLAND album. The track "Uncle Harry's Last Freakout" is worth buying the album for all by itself.
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David Lindley and Hani Naser-1st live and #2
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Post by TheVegetableMan »

Hummmm

Over the last week I've purchased a large quantity of musical delights

SubArcahnoid Space's - Also Rising, These Things Take Time, New And Exact Map, Sleeping Sickness and Ether Or

Mike Oldfields - Tubular Bells (SACD)

Becks - Sea Change (SACD)

Kawabata Makoto's - Private Tapes Vol 7 (Acid Mothers Temple guitar player)

Parasounds - The Parasounds

and last but not least

Johnny Cash's - Live At Folsom Prison (SACD)
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Post by SaintCrest »

havent boughten a cd in ages.. after i got arrested from my shopliftin phase i decided just to download the cds.. but i bought Best of Bowie a few weeks ago...
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DSOTM sacd yesterday. Under a tenner. That was easy.

Now all I need is the equipment to listen to it. Not so easy and I'm sure I won't score that for less than a tenner either.
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Post by Be Live Now »

I know this isn't an album, but I'll list it anyway:

Led Zeppelin - DVD
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The Who

Who's Next
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Post by drafsack »

Its been a good couple of weeks for new albums:

dandy warhols - Welcome to the Monkey House

radiohead - Hail to the thief
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Post by JML »

Piper wrote:The Who

Who's Next
Must say that you're in the right track :)
One of the best album covers ever and Roger Daltrey's voice is something supernatural...
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Post by Diin Jaffa »

Shocking! people still buy albums. :shock:
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Post by David Smith »

JML wrote:Must say that you're in the right track :)
One of the best album covers ever and Roger Daltrey's voice is something supernatural...
Got to say, i preffered A Quick one, The Who Sell Out, Tommy and Quadrophenia quite a lot. Who's Next still has some merit though.
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I picked up "The Decline of British Sea Power" by British sea power, on my way to work. Its brill