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What were the Last Five CD's You Purchased...(Be Honest).

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Posted on Apr 15, 2009 5:24:59 AM PDT
Shirley Pena says:
1."Love Is A Moron"-Phil Judd
2."Mr. Phudd & His Novelty Act"-Phil Judd
3."Overnight Success"-Dave Dobbyn
4."Own Nothing"-Colton Saylor
5."Welcome To My World"-Daniel Johnston

Posted on Apr 15, 2009 11:21:04 PM PDT
KMog says:
1. Iron & Wine - The Shepherd's Dog
2. Iron & Wine - Our Endless Numbered Days
3. Death Cab for Cutie - Narrow Stairs
4. Sondre Lerche - Two Way Monologue
5. Rufus Wainwright - Release the Stars

Posted on Apr 16, 2009 2:35:05 PM PDT
elfo19 says:
Catheral-The Carnival Bizarre
Marillion-Holidays In Eden
Helloween-I Want Out Live!
Blues Traveler-Bridge
Tesla-Forever More

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 16, 2009 3:00:54 PM PDT
Vinyl Guy says:
Ocean's Eleven - Soundtrack
Kind of Blue - Miles Davis
Blood On the Tracks - Bob Dylan
The La's
A Rush Of Blood To the Head - Coldplay

Posted on Apr 16, 2009 3:15:15 PM PDT
"Dedication" Best of Thin Lizzy
"America's Volume Dealer" Corrosion Of Conformity
"Rancho Texicano" Best of ZZ Top
"BBC Sessions" Rory Gallagher
"Full Circle" Drowning Pool

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 16, 2009 3:40:17 PM PDT
willis says:
dylan is the best songwriter to ever live. i argue with people about that all the time, they say he can't sing and it pisses me off so much! um...first of all he can sing. second, he's doing whatever the hell he wants and doesn't care if you like it or not. third...listen to the nashville skyline album and then tell me he can't sing bc that album doesn't really sound like early dylan or even dylan today, it's a soft and sweet voice singing some of his best songs.

Posted on Apr 18, 2009 5:26:56 PM PDT
E. Anderson says:
The Derek Trucks Band Already Live
Thin Lizzy Live And Dangerous
Otis Redding Live in London and Paris
Cheap Trick At Budokan The Complete Concert
Scott Miller For Crying Out Loud
Peter& Gordon Greatest Hits
Plus 48 More Used And Samplers At 2 stores for RECORDS STORE DAY!!!!!

Posted on Apr 18, 2009 11:34:55 PM PDT
Mastodon - Crack The Skye 04/16/09
Sirens Of Titan - s/t 03/15/09
Dimmu Borgir - Death Cult Armageddon 02/01/09
Blind Guardian - A Twist in the Myth
Symphony X - The Odyssey 12/20/08

Posted on Apr 19, 2009 12:03:58 AM PDT
D. Morrison says:
1.) Space Groove, Projekct Two 2.) Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane 3.) Eye of the Telescope, K.T. Tunstall 4.) Beck-Ola, Jeff Beck Group 5.) Power of the Blues, Gary Moore

Posted on Apr 19, 2009 1:06:52 AM PDT
Val H. says:
Unknown Pleasures - Joy Division (time to catch up with one of many I missed first time around)
The Wombats Proudly Present: A Guide to Love, Loss & Desperation - The Wombats (going cheap at a bargain outlet and I've always loved their "Let's Dance To Joy Division")
and to celebrate International Independent Record Store Day, I bought
Sex And Gasoline - Rodney Crowell
Yonder Is The Clock - The Felice Brothers
Ready For The Flood by Mark Olson and Gary Louris

Posted on Apr 19, 2009 2:08:29 AM PDT
Rick Jones says:
Gentle Giant - Gentle Giant (Repertoire Records release)
Gentle Giant - Acquiring The Taste (Repertoire Records release)
Gentle Giant - Three Friends (Repertoire Records release)
Yes - Drama (Rhino Records release)
Presto Ballet - Peace Among The Ruins

So, three classic Progressive Rock records, one '80s transition Prog Rock record, and one modern '70s revival Prog Rock album.

Posted on Apr 19, 2009 2:58:18 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Apr 19, 2009 3:12:59 AM PDT
KISSman2112 says:
1] gary moore-ballads and blues/1982-'94 [2] molly hatchet-self titled [3] quiet riot-metal health [4] creed-human clay [5] judas priest-hell bent for leather [6] the cars-shake it up [7] bad co.-burnin' sky [8] franke & the knockouts-live & rare studio (a 3-5 star bootleg/only $15 as compared to used original silver factory cd for $100 or more).

I buy cd's every 1-3 days so I added a few extras to show my range of music.

Posted on Apr 19, 2009 10:44:36 AM PDT
MoonUnit says:
Evergrey, Inner circle
Rush, Snakes and arrows
Foo Fighters, Skin and bones
Rush, 2112 (replaced scratched disc)
Alman Brothers, Hittin the note

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 19, 2009 4:24:57 PM PDT

I don't know how much you know about jazz, but they represent 4 of my last 5 (I know that some will dispute whether Chris Botti should come under the heading of Jazz):

Stylistics- The Original Debut Album
Charles Lloyd Quartet - Rabo de Nube
Sonny Rollins Plus 4
Christ Botti - Slowing Down the World
Charlie Haden with Don Cherry and Ed Blackwell - The Montreal Tapes

I just came across this thread a few minutes ago. I look forward to reading about what folks are listening to.

Posted on Apr 19, 2009 7:53:28 PM PDT
Sarah Brightman
- Classics
- Symphony
- Timeless
Andrea Bocelli
- the best of (Vivere)
Celine Dion - My Love - Essential Collection

Posted on Apr 19, 2009 8:26:17 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Apr 19, 2009 8:28:53 PM PDT
Arlee Bird says:
Recent unemployment has slowed down CD purchases, besides I've been realizing that I own too much recorded music and hardly ever get to listen to much of it. Ah, the burdens of materialism, but I sure like having "stuff".
My most recent purchases:

1. Rush "All The World's a Stage" over the past year I've been getting into Rush and building my collection of their works.
2. The original London cast recording of JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR --always liked it, have it on vinyl, wanted to have the CD so I could listen to it sometimes since my turntable needs a needle cartridge.
3. Elliott Smith "XO" -- was basically unfamiliar with his work. This was the 2nd CD of his work I've purchased in the last year-- it's nice music to listen to.
4. Boccherini's "Guitar Quintets" by Europa Galante. I'd heard the "Fandango" quintet on the radio and thought it was so cool that I immediate ordered the CD from Amazon. I don't think it's as good as the version I had heard on the radio, but it's still pretty darn good.
5. "Monsieur Gainsbourg" a tribute compilation to Msr. Sergio G that I heard about on one of the discussion threads. Curious enough to order it -- it's pretty good.

Posted on Apr 19, 2009 9:48:37 PM PDT
Howard D.A. says:
Derek Trucks Band - Already Live
Derek Trucks Band - Already Free (live EP)
Scorpions - Tokyo Tapes
UFO - Strangers in the Night
Miles Davis - Jack Johnson

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 19, 2009 10:00:10 PM PDT
All DL'ed from

Working Live, Vol. 2 - Carl Palmer
Shakti with John McLauglhin
Paper Money - Montrose
Rough Mix - Pete Townshend
Thrid Stage - Boston
... The Swedish Radio Sessions - The Nice

Posted on Apr 19, 2009 10:51:32 PM PDT
Whizzkid58® says:
Edith Piaf - Greatest Hits
Foghat - Live
Willie Nelson & Wynton Marsalis - Two Men With The Blues
Sugarland - Love On The Inside (Deluxe Edition)
Bob Seger - Greatest Hits Vol. II

Posted on Apr 20, 2009 11:59:31 PM PDT
Music god says:
Tinted Windows (today)
Cheap Trick - Next Position
Moody Blues Live at the Isle of Wight (1970)

Posted on Apr 21, 2009 12:00:35 AM PDT
Music god says:
Interpol - first album (to replace my original burned copy which was split up on two CDs)

Posted on Apr 21, 2009 4:34:03 AM PDT
lawzlo says:
'May Blitz' and 'the Second of May' both by May Blitz
'Volcanic Rock' by Buffalo
'Live Evil' by Black Sabbath
'Kingdom Come/Sir Lord Baltimore' by Sir Lord Baltimore
'Population II' by Randy Holden

Posted on Apr 21, 2009 4:43:40 AM PDT
M. Holmes says:
Jadakiss - The Last Kiss
Joe Budden - Padded Wall
Capone-N-Noreaga - Channel 10
G-Unit - Terminate On Sight
50 Cent - Curtis

Posted on Apr 21, 2009 6:44:33 AM PDT
Buddy and Julie Miller - Written In Chalk
John Phillips - Wolfking of L.A.
John Prine - Bruised Orange
David Bromberg Band - How Late'll Ya Play Till? V.2 - Studio
Neil Young - Live @ Massey Hall 1971

Posted on Apr 21, 2009 6:51:54 AM PDT
My Arms Your Hearse- Opeth
Harmony in Ultraviolet- tim Hecker
The Impossible Thrill- Alpha
Pause- Fourt Tet
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