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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Raphael O, Mar 4, 2003.
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Gipsy Kings - Volare: Greatest Hits Dixie Chicks - Home Koop - Waltz for Koop Talk about a mix!
Michelle Branch - The Spirit Room Beatles - Live at the BBC Michelle Branch - Broken Bracelet
Last 3: Creed 'Weathered' Elvis Presley '30 #1 Hits' Mark Snow "The X-Files' Scott
Hmmm...good question. * Japanese first pressing of Elvis Presley Elvis Presley. Not the rare "electronic stereo" version, but the rare enough first pressing of the "restored to mono" version. * West German first pressing of The Rolling Stones Still Life * West German first pressing of James Ingram It's Your Night
Wow. I really haven't bought a lot of CDs lately; all DVDs. Glenn Miller - Rare Broadcast Performances from 1943-44 / WWII Broadcasts (budget 2-CD set) Joe Jackson - Volume 4 (Pre-order--hasn't arrived yet) Charlie Peacock - Strangelanguage
Ani Difranco - Out Of Range Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Yeah Yeah Yeahs ...And You Whill Know Us By The Trail Of Dead - Source Tags & Codes
Last night at my local used record store... The Posies - Frosting on the Beater Black Lab - Your Body Above Me "No Alternative" compilation
If downloading from emusic.com counts as buying: Black Box Recorder - The Worst Of.. Death By Chocolate - Death By Chocolate Pigface - Easy Listening Last 3 CDs I bought (that I can remember): Kid606 - the action packed metallist LOTR Two Towers soundtrack Chicago soundtrack
Bonnie 'prince' billy - Master and Everyone Tim Easton - Break your mother's heart Songs: Ohia - Magnolia Electric Co.
The Police-"The Classics" SACD Tori Amos--"Scarlet's Walk" Ltd. Ed. Iced Earth-"Dark Saga"
"The Singles" (SACD/CD) -- The Police "Court and Spark" (DCC gold!) -- Joni Mitchell "Hot Buttered Soul" (Mofi SACD/CD) -- Isaac Hayes EDIT: of course, I mean "The Classics" SACD by The Police. Dunno why I keep calling it "The Singles"...
mark knopfler, the ragpicker's dream laura cantrell, when the roses bloom again ben folds, ben folds live
"The Well's on Fire" - Procol Harum (new CD!) "The Power to Believe" - King Crimson (ditto) "Simply Baroque II" - Yo Ma-Ma, er, Yo-Yo Ma
Kathleen Edwards - 'Failer' Dar Williams - 'Beauty of the Rain' Steve Earle - 'Guitar Town' on SACD Now if the mailman, er, excuuuze me, mail person, would arrive! Tom
Sorry to post more than 3, I can't remember what I bought when. This is all the stuff I've bought in the past few months. Beat Happening - Crashing Through (box set) Aimee Mann - Lost in Space Frank Chickens - Get Chickenized The Mountain Goats - All Hail West Texas Mouse on Mars - Idiology The Sea and Cake - One Bedroom Pavement - Slanted & Enchanted: Luxe and Reduxe Big Country - The Crossing (remastered)
Interpol - Turn on the Bright Lights Wilco - Being There Clinic - Walking With Thee
The Beatles - Anthology 2 John Lennon, Yoko Ono - Double Fantasy U2 - The Unforgettable Fire
--Johnny Cash, Man Comes Around: American Recordings IV (with bonus DVD with the "Hurt" video) --The Minus Five, Down With Wilco --Loose Fur, Loose Fur
Went on a little buying spree the past month, as I re-discovered some music I already had, and also added a bunch of stuff I found I really liked, when I was loading my mp3 jukebox. (And the music industry blames low sales on mp3s; the reverse is true with me, at least.) Charles Mingus: "Passions of a Man - Complete Atlantic Recordings" Alison Krauss: "Now That I've Found You" Wilco: "Yankee Hotel Foxtrot" Harry Connick Jr.: "30" Alison Krauss & Union Station: "Live" John Mayer: "Room for Squares" Ry Cooder & Manuel Galban: "Mambo Sinuendo" Wilco: "Being There" Alison Krauss: "New Favorite" Dizzy Gillespie: "Bebop Professor" Charles Mingus: "Tijuana Moods" Lyle Lovett: "I Love Everybody" Avril Lavigne: "Let Go" Los Lobos: "Just Another Band from East LA" Norah Jones: "Come Away with Me" "Timeless - Hank Williams Tribute"