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Old 03-06-2002, 06:54 PM   #1
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The CD's you haven't heard in ages

Jagged Little Pill-Alanis Morissette
October
The Memory of trees-Enya
Vuelve- Ricky martin
Donde estan los ladrones?- Shakira
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Old 03-06-2002, 06:55 PM   #2
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War. I lent it out to a friend and haven't seen it in a few months.
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War. I lent it out to a friend and haven't seen it in a few months.
Hope you get it back Sula.
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War. I lent it out to a friend and haven't seen it in a few months.
I've never lent a U2 CD to anyone. Some people who you think are decent enough, turn out to be complete idiots without any sense of decency at all.

I made a few tapes though.




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Well.. I haven't listened to Moby's debut, self-titled album since last August, Outkast's Stankonia since ... jeez, I don't know, I've only listened once or twice (I feel bad now..) and I have a few CDs I've NEVER listened to.

Edit: I forgot to mention Boy.. I think I haven't heard that since at least last June. I have only listened to it twice.

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I have to change my above post.. I dragged Stankonia out from the dust and listened to it and it is VERY good. I can definitely see why it was nominated and won so many awards. I highly reccomend it.

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Jagged Little Pill-Alanis Morissette
Me too...sometimes I forget how great that CD is. I'm going to have to give it a listen later.

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Moby: Play
The Velvet Underground & Nico (Oh! Such a masterpiece!)
The Verve: A Norhtern Soul (I'm embarrassed to admit this)
Simon & Garfunkel: Greatest Hits
Pink Floyd: The Division Bell


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Well, I have maybe three or four hundred CDs and only about 20 of them get any kind of regular play. So of the those 20 that I have an ongoing obsession with, Tori Amos' "Boys for Pele" would be the one I haven't listened to in a long time.
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