Albums you've bought

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Re: Albums you've bought

Post by davidsutter » 24 Jun 2016, 17:42

Ordered a couple CDs online.

The Claypool Lennon Delirium album because I'm really into it right now.
Cardiacs Live because it was less than twenty bucks that never happens with Cardiacs shit I better grab that right up.

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Re: Albums you've bought

Post by AdvertBreak » 24 Jun 2016, 23:39

Cardiacs Live?

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Re: Albums you've bought

Post by TripleJay97 » 02 Jul 2016, 14:34

Cardiacs Live :(
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Post by Mallard No. 22 » 06 Jul 2016, 05:51

The Poundland shop remains a good browse for original CDs at a budget price.

I picked up The Lightning Seeds 'Sense' and Beth Orton 'Trailer Park'.
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Post by davidsutter » 06 Jul 2016, 13:24

Got Deltron 3030 on vinyl, playing it for the first time right now..

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Post by TripleJay97 » 14 Jul 2016, 07:05

Mallard No. 22 wrote:The Poundland shop remains a good browse for original CDs at a budget price.

I picked up The Lightning Seeds 'Sense' and Beth Orton 'Trailer Park'.
I've picked up so many great albums from Poundland over the years:

R.E.M - Monster
R.E.M. - New Adventures in Hi-Fi
Super Furry Animals - Love Kraft
Ash - Free All Angels

to name a few
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Post by Mallard No. 22 » 16 Jul 2016, 03:31

The Poundland I use is a shortcut through part of the town centre. I walk through & I have a quick browse at the music. :idea:

A good place to pick up CDs that I originally had on cassette. Or albums I couldn't afford, or just overlooked, at their original time. And at that time they cost considerably more.

It is convenient to have music stored on a modern format but I remain keen on the physical object with sleeve credits etc.
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Post by Miki » 17 Jul 2016, 21:56

Art Angels, Grimes
I've been drifting along in the same stale old shoes
Loose ends tyin' a noose in the back of my mind...

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Post by AdvertBreak » 20 Jul 2016, 01:09

Mallard No. 22 wrote:The Poundland I use is a shortcut through part of the town centre. I walk through & I have a quick browse at the music. :idea:

A good place to pick up CDs that I originally had on cassette. Or albums I couldn't afford, or just overlooked, at their original time. And at that time they cost considerably more.

It is convenient to have music stored on a modern format but I remain keen on the physical object with sleeve credits etc.
I get most of my second hand CDs these days in charity shops. Sometimes you get some real bargains, especially when the shop aren't aware of how much the CD is actually worth. In two different occasions in two different shops, I bought the first two Sasha and John Digweed albums both for £1.99 (the first can fetch for £30 on eBay and the second for as much as £100!)

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Post by Mallard No. 22 » 21 Jul 2016, 06:21

Absolutely AB.
AdvertBreak wrote:I get most of my second hand CDs these days in charity shops. Sometimes you get some real bargains, especially when the shop aren't aware of how much the CD is actually worth.
Perhaps the charity shop price is realistic, and the ebay price is over-inflated.
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Re: Albums you've bought

Post by Consigliere_11 » 21 Jul 2016, 23:18

Metronomy - Summer 08 (LP)

Also got my first picture disc - Bowie's "Golden Years"/"Station to Station" - looks fantastic
RIP Mr. Okay (April 2015 - March 2016)

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Post by Mark72 » 07 Aug 2016, 20:45

Blossoms and Viola Beech. Both beautiful albums.
“I need something to remind me that there’s something else”

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Post by avengerthea » 11 Aug 2016, 10:22

The last CD I bought was since last year, lol. Wasn't able to purchase any more CD's because school was taking over my money. You know, tuition, and thesis. -_-

Weezer - The Red Album.
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Post by Consigliere_11 » 18 Aug 2016, 15:37

David Bowie - Blackstar (LP)
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Re: Albums you've bought

Post by dparrott » 25 Sep 2016, 17:02

Warpaint: Heads Up. Very good, better than the last one.

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