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Old 04-14-2004, 03:32 AM   #331
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and I got it signed by Gift of Gab, Lyrics Born, and Vursatyl. Booo yea!
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Edgar Winter Group- They Only Come Out at Night
Jet - Get Born
REM - Eponymous
The Pretenders - Learning to Crawl
The Cars - Greatest Hits
Great Big Sea - Play
Great Big Sea - Turn
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This weekend there's a gigantic record fair in the city where I live. Yesterday I got my wage statement (Yay for bonus and holiday pay!) and today I found 2 blue envelops in the mail (which means in the Netherlands it's from the tax department). I got a nice refund!

All of this is just to excuse the list that is coming. At that record fair I just bought:
Aretha Franklin - Queen Of Soul (4CD box on an amazing offer there ~28 euro)
Smokey Robinson and the Miracles - The 35th Anniversary Collection (4CD box even cheaper at ~20 euro)
Elton John - Greatest Hits 1970-2002 (3CD set for ~11 euro)
Peter Gabriel - Hit (2CD best of for 7 euro)
Massive Attack v Mad Professor - No Protection (4 euro)
Honeymoon In Vegas soundtrack (5 euro)
Blondie - Atomic: The Very Best Of (5 euro)
Tröckener Kecks - Andere Plaats, Andere Tijd (6 euro)
Tröckener Kecks - Twintig-jaar-geleden-meisje (CD single, 3 euro)
Hero - Jam! (5 euro)

In addition, I bought the Travelling Hearts At A Travelling Show book (hardcover and signed by Steve Averill and Shaun McGrath) and The U2 File, A Hot Press History.

I have never paid much attention to Smokey Robinson, but I saw the boxset and one of the first songs on it is called All I Want Is You. I was sold.
The Blondie CD is for my sister. I have that one myself and my sister keeps asking me to burn it for her. Well, this is almost just as cheap.
Oh, and for the Dutchies who know who Hero is: I really had to buy that one for a girlfriend. Really!

I buy too many CD's...
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Yay for ebay
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bad religion - suffer
dropkick murphys - walk away (single) 7"
dropkick murphys - fields of athenry 7"

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quite the underrated album.
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The Ramones... whole discography, was a gift
Led Zeppelin - II
Massive Attack - Mezzanine
Sigur Ros - ( )
Placebo - Black Market Music
Sonic Youth - Dirty
The Beatles - Revolver
The Beatles - Let It Be (a gift too)
Kashmir - Zitilites
The Flaming Lips - Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
10,000 Maniacs - Unplugged
Elbow - Cast of Thousads
The Coral - Magic and Medicine
Björk - Big Time Sensuality (single)

and I don't remember more
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Where is BC?

I thought she would have been here by now.
I'm so embarrassed.

I'll 2nd Salome with Gold for two reasons:

1. It's my fave.
2. It has the most songs on it.
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Old 04-17-2004, 10:39 PM   #340
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I'm so embarrassed.

I'll 2nd Salome with Gold for two reasons:

1. It's my fave.
2. It has the most songs on it.
I ordered it, but it's not here yet
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I'm so embarrassed.

I'll 2nd Salome with Gold for two reasons:

1. It's my fave.
2. It has the most songs on it.
it took you long enough
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I've listened to most of Massive Attack Vs. Mad Professor and I have to say it's good! This is the dub version of the Massive Attack album Protection. I quite like those dub thingies and this is no exception. I am glad that the album by Hero is for somebody else though. It's quite rubbish.

Point of this post: If you like dubby music, buy No Protection!

C ya!

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it took you long enough
I feel quite ashamed.
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