The Last CD You Bought


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#1269

Lazuli - Saison 8


#1270

Kino - Radio Voltaire

… will arrive tomorrow :slight_smile: !


#1271

Kraftwerk - Computer World (Remastered)

Cheap Trick - We’re All Right (Deluxe Edition)


#1272

Radio Voltaire - Kino


#1273

Bruce Dickinson - The Chemical Wedding.

I’m reading his autobiography (which is very good) and thought that I should explore some of his solo stuff, that TCW is regarded as the best of it


#1274

Don’t know the album, but yes the book is a good read.


#1275

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#1276

Nice encounter in a proper record shop yesterday, one of the guys working there was a fan of Tom Petty and introduced me to this yellow album I had never seen before so I bought the vinyl from which he knocked me 10 euros off :blush:
And T.P. contributed on this album by the Del Fuegos, a band from Boston.


#1277

I really like the track Walls(no.3) Zaz, it was a song he played live on the last tour that I’d never heard before.


#1278

Bought Marbles and Brave on CD … after listening to both … I prefer this one.

brave


#1279

A masterpiece !

:sunglasses:


#1280

Fu Manchu - Clone Of The Universe


#1281

lz


#1282

Both on glorious vinyl -

The Psychomodo - Cockney Rebel ( £1.99 )
Sweet Revenge - John Prine ( £6.99 )

I mention the price as the John Prine album looks to be in better condition but the Cockney Rebel album plays with far less snap,crackle and pop. Still both albums are 45 and 44 years old. I am nearly 48 and I snap, crackle and pop so what should I expect?:smile:


#1283

You heard Psychomodo before Lawrie? Great album.


#1284

Years ago I saw Steve Harley at the Stewart Adamson Tribute concert in Glasgow ( May 2002 ) and following that bought a greatest hits / best of Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel. Always meant to buy more stuff and never got round to it. Didn’t know the album before today apart from Mr Soft and Sling It. Yes , a great album.


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