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    Post here when you buy a CD. *Note* Downloading and burning a CD is not buying it.


    Today I bought the following...

    Judas Priest - British Steel
    Judas Priest - Ram It Down
    Joe Satriani - The Extremist
    G3 Live 1997
    Alice In Chains - Dirt...

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    Is the Joe Satriani cd good?? I like Satriani. he's good
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    I got Manic Street Preachers - Everything Must Go off a friend who hated it... And it's not so bad.

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    I bought Stone Temple Pilots - Core at the weekend.

    I've been meaning to get around to buying a STP album for quite a long time now, and I'm quite impressed by how good this sounds.

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    Has no one purchased St. Anger yet? I have not. So I do not waste my money, I will allow my father to buy it first and if it is good I will then buy my first true, studio-recorded Metallica album since the black album.
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    I think I am going to buy the ministry dvd. My friend has it and it is killer. Yeah, I know this is what cds you bought thread but I figured this counts because they also released a cd with the same recording of the same songs on it. I just think the dvd is cooler.

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    I'd buy more CDs if the music I listened to (VGM) wasn't so horrendously rare and expensive...
    Hmm... the last CD I bought was "No!" by They Might Be Giants.

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    @MoG - Yeah, it's really cool, but I prefer Surfing With The Alien...


    And Magus, I bought St Anger on Monday, there's 5 tracks that I really like, but the rest bore me, it really needs a ballad and a solo or two...

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    Originally posted by trelimb
    I think I am going to buy the ministry dvd. My friend has it and it is killer. Yeah, I know this is what cds you bought thread but I figured this counts because they also released a cd with the same recording of the same songs on it. I just think the dvd is cooler.
    Damn, I haven't listened to Ministry in what seems like ages. I discovered them at the same time I discovered Metallica but only one of the two persevered in my CD collection. I'm sure you can guess which one.
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    Originally posted by MasterOfGravity
    Is the Joe Satriani cd good?? I like Satriani. he's good
    Surfing with the Alien is his best work. I like Engines of Creation though. Satriani is awesome but some of his songs sound like porno music.

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    One of the biggest hauls ever today...

    Apocalyptica - Reflections
    King's X - Ear Candy
    King Crimson - In Te Court Of The Crimson King
    Pain Of Salvation - The Perfect Element
    Devin Townsend - Terria
    Kansas - Leftoverture
    Marillion - Misplaced Childhood
    Rush - Permanent Waves
    Joe Satriani - Surfing With The Alien
    Judas Priest - Screaming For Vengeance
    Marillion - Script For A Jester's Tear

    Also this Opeth shirt, Iron Maiden shirt, and One Minute Silence Shirt...

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    Originally posted by Magus
    Has no one purchased St. Anger yet? I have not. So I do not waste my money, I will allow my father to buy it first and if it is good I will then buy my first true, studio-recorded Metallica album since the black album.
    I bought it last Friday. It's not bad, but it takes a lot of listening before you get into it. It's kind of odd at first, because they've tuned their guitars down to 'C', and Lars appears to be playing on a homemade set on pots and pans. Not a bad album when you get into it though, my favourite tracks are 'St. Anger', 'Dirty Window' and 'Sweet Amber'.

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    Originally posted by Johnny Wonderpants
    One of the biggest hauls ever today...

    Apocalyptica - Reflections
    King's X - Ear Candy
    King Crimson - In Te Court Of The Crimson King
    Pain Of Salvation - The Perfect Element
    Devin Townsend - Terria
    Kansas - Leftoverture
    Marillion - Misplaced Childhood
    Rush - Permanent Waves
    Joe Satriani - Surfing With The Alien
    Judas Priest - Screaming For Vengeance
    Marillion - Script For A Jester's Tear
    I just bought King Crimson's In the Court of the Crimson King a few weeks ago. Great album. I have left it in my car CD player ever since.

    Is anyone a Yardbirds fan? If so, the band just released Birdland last month and I can't recommend it enough! The old and the new tracks blend well together and the album features guitar work by Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, and Slash (among others). Only Jim McCarthy and Chris Dreja of the original band perform but they keep everything authentic. I'm sure Clapton is somewhere smiling. It is a treat...
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    Originally posted by Johnny Wonderpants
    One of the biggest hauls ever today...

    Apocalyptica - Reflections
    King's X - Ear Candy
    King Crimson - In Te Court Of The Crimson King
    Pain Of Salvation - The Perfect Element
    Devin Townsend - Terria
    Kansas - Leftoverture
    Marillion - Misplaced Childhood
    Rush - Permanent Waves
    Joe Satriani - Surfing With The Alien
    Judas Priest - Screaming For Vengeance
    Marillion - Script For A Jester's Tear

    Also this Opeth shirt, Iron Maiden shirt, and One Minute Silence Shirt...
    about 3 of those are thanks to me....

    On that same day

    Pantera - Vulgar Display Of Power
    Pantera - Far Beyond Driven
    Strapping Young Lad - Heavy As A Really Heavy Thing
    Strapping Young Lad - SYL

    And a Metallica Landmines shirt...
    Trogdor, Trogdor

    Trogdor was a man
    Uhh...Maybe he was a Dragon-Man
    Uhh...Maybe he was just a Dragon
    Uhm...but he was still

    Trogdor, Trogdor

    Burninating the countryside
    Burninating the peasants
    Buriniating all the people
    in their Thatched Roof Cottages

    Thatched Roof Cottages

    And The Trogdor Comes in The Night.

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    I picked up just the one CD today in my lunch break.

    Bloodhound gang - Hooray for boobies.

    It's such a fucking great album!

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