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Old 01-12-2003, 02:29 AM   #31
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Green Day - Insomniac. I still love that record and think it's second only to their debut album, 1,039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours.
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The first CD I bought was a rather dodgy Chinese pop thing. One thing about Chinese pop is, with very few exceptions, that it sucks. The music is basically either bad Europop, bad easy listening, or bad rap, or all three on the same album. Anyway, I believe my first CD was by an artiste called Emil Chau, who does rather run-of-the-mill adult contemporary.

My first English-language CD was Colour and the Shape by Foo Fighters. Don't listen to it much anymore, but I still think it's an excellent album.
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Old 01-12-2003, 12:07 PM   #33
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my first full length album was a double record by Donny Osmond
I'm not supposed to be alone with you
I know that your lips are sweet
But our lips must never meet
I'm dating somebody else and I must be true




I loved that song!!
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Old 01-12-2003, 03:35 PM   #35
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JOFO, you couldn't be more right....what were we all thinking?


I remember my first cassette single was the Bobby Brown "Ghostbuster II" theme song, lol.
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I had a lot of tapes.... I think my first CD was a Mariah Carey one.

My brother and I used to rock out to Alvin and the Chipmunks records though...they covered 80s songs. It was awesome Fisher Price golf clubs make excellent geetars.
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When I was little, there used to be some compilation on TV that had INXS's Need You Tonight, and for some reason, I became OBSESSED with the song, and wanted that compilation. So, my mom, an INXS fan, bought me the single and I played it obsessively. So, I suppose that would count as my first tape and single.

Then in 2000, I started becoming sort of interested in music and I started watching MTV and VH1, trying to find something I liked.. never saw anything very good. Until one time I happened to turn VH1 on, and it was the beginning of Beautiful Day. Became obsessed with the video, fell in love, and bought the album that year.
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Old 01-12-2003, 04:54 PM   #38
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first record -- Michael Jackson's Thriller
first tape -- Phil Collins No Jackets Required
first CD -- John Lennon Imagine

Flower -- I have the Perfect Gentlemen CD. I can't believe someone else actually OWNED that. you were a New Kids fan weren't you?
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Flower -- I have the Perfect Gentlemen CD. I can't believe someone else actually OWNED that. you were a New Kids fan weren't you?
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First CD.....Wayne's World soundtrack
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First Record - Michael Jackson - thriller
First CD - Izzy Stradlin and the Ju Ju Hounds - self titled
First Tape - Either Van Halen 5150 or Run-D.M.C. - Raisin Hell Although it might have been some random Huey Lewis and the News album.......

MJ was first though....I think my parents have a picture of me with an MJ T-shirt on, holding up that album.....while sporting a major fro as a first grader......lmao
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I'm not supposed to be alone with you
I know that your lips are sweet
But our lips must never meet
I'm dating somebody else and I must be true


I loved that song!!



Oh, go away, little girl
Go away, little girl
It's hurtin' me more each minute
that you delay

When you're near me like this
You're much too hard to resist
So, go away, little girl,
before I beg you to stay


Wasn't he dreamy?
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Eeeeep...

Record - those Disney 45's that came with the storybook
Tape - New Kids - Hangin' Tough
CD - Reba - Read My Mind

*runs out of room*
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Old 01-13-2003, 11:58 AM   #45
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I think the first album I ever owned must have been the Grease sdtrk.....it was one of those that opens up , very cool , I think I still have it......
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