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Old 12-04-2004, 10:00 AM   #346
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I got 2 Donny Osmond CD's at my work Christmas party. No, I'm not kidding. He donates to the same charity my company is involved in or something. What the crap am I going to do with these? I feel bad throwing CDs away, but I have too much musical pride to even attempt at selling them at a used store.

Useless gift. (unless the 'use' is to embarrass me)
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Old 12-04-2004, 10:25 AM   #347
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Donate them to the library?
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Old 12-04-2004, 06:30 PM   #348
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Sell them on half.com--it's shame free, so you can sell anonymously and someone can by that horsecrap without embarrassment.

my music buying habit is like a substance abuse problem. i *think* the last few albums i bought were:

-Ignite, "A Place Callled Home"
-HTDAAB (deluxe)
-The Arcade Fire, "Funeral"....possibly the album of the year, plus my friend is their bassist
-Sam Cooke, "Live at the Harlem Square Club"--talk about having soul
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I got 2 Donny Osmond CD's at my work Christmas party. No, I'm not kidding. He donates to the same charity my company is involved in or something. What the crap am I going to do with these? I feel bad throwing CDs away, but I have too much musical pride to even attempt at selling them at a used store.

Useless gift. (unless the 'use' is to embarrass me)
Hang onto them in case you ever need gag gifts.
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Old 12-04-2004, 11:56 PM   #350
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Use them as coasters. Or Frisbees.
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Old 12-05-2004, 12:01 AM   #351
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Finally convinced myself to buy

Franz Ferdinand
A Ghost is Born- Wilco

I just heard AGIB for the first time a few weeks ago, and I'm enjoying it a good deal more than Yankee Hotel Foxtrot . I'm not exactly sure why. It's sonically quite similar, with perhaps a few more uptempo tunes, but it's doing it for me all right.
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Old 12-05-2004, 12:34 AM   #352
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That Franz Ferdinand CD is good. My dad had gotten a copy of that CD sent to where he works, and he brought it home for me, 'cause I loved "Take Me Out", and I gave it a listen, and...yeah, it's not bad at all. At times, some of their songs kinda remind me of Violent Femmes songs, which isn't a bad thing.

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Old 12-05-2004, 10:55 AM   #353
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Radiohead--No Suprises cd2
The Music--The Music
Muse--Absolution
Daniel Lanois--Falling at Your Feet single (on clearance)
Radiohead--Amnesiac
The Music--Welcome to the North (for $1.67 for my beautiful neice)
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kings of leon - aha shake heartbreak. album of the year, no question.
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My Chemical Romance - 'Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge'
That MCR CD ROCKS!!! I had that in my CD player ALL summer! it's kind of a concept album, I think. I get a 'modern-day Bonnie and Clyde' vibe from it. AWESOME!
Has anyone heard their first CD "I Brought you my Bullets ...."? I wonder if it's as good as their latest.
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That MCR CD ROCKS!!! I had that in my CD player ALL summer! it's kind of a concept album, I think. I get a 'modern-day Bonnie and Clyde' vibe from it. AWESOME!
Has anyone heard their first CD "I Brought you my Bullets ...."? I wonder if it's as good as their latest.
I truly adore that album. And their first one is on my shortlist of ways to spend money.
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Weezer- The Lion and the Witch (live EP)
Morrissey- You Are the Quarry
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Weezer- The Lion and the Witch (live EP)
What do you think? I was so disappointed by that EP when it came out......but I honestly cant even remember why at this point.....

Maybe I'll have to listen to it again sometime soon.

Great cover though, me lovie the Japan.
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SSX3 Soundtrack


It's about time I bought this thing! Memories of snowboarding awaits
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