Albums you have bought lately

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I got Sugar’s ‘Copper Blue’ and a couple of Husker Dü albums at Christmas.

I’m going to be in London in just over a week and a half, so I’ll probably pay a visit to the HMV on Oxford Street and buy and album or five :)
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Jack_Armstrong wrote:
Tue Jan 30, 2018 6:27 pm

I’m going to be in London in just over a week and a half, so I’ll probably pay a visit to the HMV on Oxford Street and buy and album or five :)
I didn't have the time, as I had to catch my flight from Heathrow and was already running late :( . Maybe on the way back.
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My additions today were:

Sham 69 - First Best And Last
KISS - Rock N Roll Over
R.E.M. - Reckoning
Bob Dylan - Infidels
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I have a record store that just opened up in my hick town....guess who is getting into vinyl for the very first time ?
Anyways I bought : Black Sabbath Album: Never Say Die! Very special moment for me yesterday I just hope they stick around.
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Paul Weller -True Meanings

Came in the post today. Good album!
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Today, one that’s been in my wish list for a while, Beady Eye - Different Gear Still Speeding
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I went to the record store with a colleague for the first time in years and bought Fireside's "Uomini D'Onore" and was kinda freaked out to find a Steve Fisk CD so of course I had to buy that one :D
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Got myself loads by Concrete Blonde.
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A few of the titles are hard to read but those are: their self-titled from 1986, their Free album from 1989, Bloodletting from 1990, Walking In London from 1992, Mexican Moon from 1993 and Still In Hollywood from 1994.
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Finally got myself a copy of Mad Season's "Above". Seemingly pretty rare that one, thank god for Ebay!
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Oh, I should note that my... volatile buying habits led to me purchasing MSM's Diva.
Again thank god for Ebay.
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At long last, I acquired Pearl Jam "No Code" today. Amazing album -- my favorite song is Smile
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I got Desert Sessions Vol 11 & 12. My first experience with Desert Sessions and I really liked this album, even Chic Tweetz lol
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XsInMyEyes wrote:
Fri Oct 25, 2019 6:15 am
At long last, I acquired Pearl Jam "No Code" today. Amazing album -- my favorite song is Smile
No Code was the first PJ album I bought when it actually came out (and not years after like the ones before lol). It's still one of my favorites, also an album that leaves space to discover its nooks and crannies. Smile and Red Mosquito were among my initial favorite songs too but the complete first half is flawless.
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I got Crash Test Dummies “A Worm’s Life” this afternoon and I enjoyed it. It’s their third studio release I think, and it was criticised a lot when released, but I loved the first half in particular, which was surprisingly heavy. For me, it definitely matches the first album.
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Whoah, albums. I havent bought an album in like... 5 years.

I bought an album from a Band named Veislakt, but it was mainly to support them, as I dont even own a cd player anymore.

Do you guys think that the music industry is dead?
Want to listen to something different?
Take a listen to the Höstan Project

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