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Old 09-25-2003, 03:28 PM   #1
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The Top 50 most common used CDs

Pitchfork has put out a list of the Top 50 most common Used CDs. Oddly, I picked up the #1 most common used CD in a used CD store....and it is quite common.

I only own three on the list (one being in my top 50 favorites).

How many do you own? Or, sold for that matter?


(p.s. - NO U2 on the list )
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I own none of these cd's
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i currently own 4. it would have been 5 if i didnt sell one about a mth ago.
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it's true though...I see Monster everywhere

and that No Alternative one too
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I also got #1 at a used cd store.

I'm not too sure how much I agree with the list, my used cd stores have FAR more mainstream things than that.
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Very alternative list. Did these people actually visit any used record stores? I think not.

Ned's Atomic Dustbin were awesome.
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So does mine. But a lot of those I see all the time.
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Hey!


The first album of the UDS is on that list, Mental Floss For The Globe. WITH A RED LABEL!

And yes, I don't only own the original version (with a bonus snippet at the end), but I also bought the US-only re-issue (with the extra live disc ).
UDS rules!

I also own the Arrested Development record (Natural is a great song, as are many others on that album).

Stupid list.



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Very alternative list. Did these people actually visit any used record stores? I think not.

Ned's Atomic Dustbin were awesome.
MrBrau1 -

Everytime I think you are the coolest person in this forum, you go and impress me even more.

Ned's was great!
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wow, i've heard of way less than half of these people. i only own the #1 album, but i didn't buy it at a used store.
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I only own one album and its not the #1 album
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I have 3 of them.

Sadly, this thread reminded me of how much I used to like Arrested Development back when I was in high school. One of my friends saw them live this summer, he said it was pretty cool, they still have the really old guy who does nothing other than dance. Maybe I will have to keep my eyes open for their cds. (because I have crap taste)
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Re: The Top 50 most common used CDs

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Pitchfork has put out a list of the Top 50 most common Used CDs. Oddly, I picked up the #1 most common used CD in a used CD store....and it is quite common.

I only own three on the list (one being in my top 50 favorites).

How many do you own? Or, sold for that matter?


I own 19 of these 50 CD's along with 9 out of the top 10. This reviewer is pretty lame though. Totally disregarding Brad, lambasting Dinasour Jr. and the Lemonheads and saying Songs of Faith and Devotion is the sound of a band running out of gas. And his comments on Monster are blasphemous. Bah!

Anyway interesting list even though it didn't include the real top used CD's (Matchbox 20, Hootie, etc..)
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Re: Re: The Top 50 most common used CDs

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This reviewer is pretty lame though. Totally disregarding Brad, lambasting Dinasour Jr. and the Lemonheads and saying Songs of Faith and Devotion is the sound of a band running out of gas. And his comments on Monster are blasphemous. Bah!
That's Pitchfork for you. I think most of their 'reviewers' are still angry that their own bands were complete crap and no one ever liked them, so they act like every other band around is crap.

I still visit their site daily though, go figure.
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(because I have crap taste)
Just by having a smiths quote as your sig. your comment about crap taste is nullified!


here are a few of my faves:


A dreaded sunny day

so I meet you at the cemetry gates

Keats and Yeats are on your side





Two lovers entwined passed me by

and heavens knows I'm miserable now





Too freely on your lips

words prematurely said

oh but I know what will make you smile tonight





Please don't cry

the ghost and the storm outside

will not invade this sacred shrine

nor infiltrate your mind





A double-bed

and a stalwart lover, for sure

these are the riches of the poor
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