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What was the frist record or CD you bought as

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I remember the frist record I bought as a teenager at the local record shopped that open in our town. I picked it out to dance to:):)

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First Record....

Led Zeppelin

First CD ( when they came out and only a few available, and we just had to buy a CD player )

Stevie Wonder

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*scratches head*

hmm ... I think it might have been "The Worlds of Doctor Who" back in the 90s.

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First Cassette was Jimmy Nail - Crocodile shoes Vol 1

First CD - Now 45

First Record - Gerry rafferty Baker street Single (used)

First MP3 - Rammstein- du riechst so gut

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First cassette tape: Quiet Riot Metal Health

First LP: Icehouse

First Cd: Roxette

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First record The YES album -Starship Trooper

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The first Cassette I bought, I think, was ZZ Top Afterburner. (but I mainly listened to my brothers Black Sabbath and Deep Purple)

The first CD I bought was No Rest for the Wicked By Ozzy Osbourne

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first record? george carlin - class clown

cd? cant remember if it was gnr - appetite for destruction or nirvana - nevermind

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I'm not really sure what the first record I bought was...

It was either The Wedding Present's "George Best" or U2's "The Joshua Tree".

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My first record I'm thinking was KISS. Late 1970s.

I still remember the Casablanca labels on the 45s thinking they were cool looking.

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Ozzy Osbourne Bark At The Moon, And I was Instantly hooked!!! Lifelong MetalHead!!!!!!! And it's (Bark At The Moon) still my favorite Ozzy album all these years later.

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I remember my first .45 was Another Brick in the Wall by Pink Floyd.

It stuck with me because I got it while visiting my stuffy old Great Aunt. She was a very nice lady, but I always felt out of place there. He house was always spotless, and she seemed so proper. Anyhow, she let me play it on her huge cabinet sized record player, then she danced around to it.

One of my best childhood memories.

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I believe mine was either "Wings over America" on vinyl or Queen "Live Killers" on vinyl. Can't remember which was first.

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1st LP was Van Halen's 1984

1st cassette was Kiss' Lick It Up & Iron Maiden's Number of the Beast (bought them at the same time)

1st CD was Metallica's ...And Justice For All

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Moby - Everything is Wrong

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First cassette was Silverchair: Frogstomp

First CD was The Offspring: Americana

Good 90s Rock.

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i had some handmedown 45's and LP's (including some 78 RPM's (lol) .. and used to buy 3 packs of 45's at the local 'Store' typical early 60's stuff ... but the first Album i bought : post-86645-0-87720300-1363868573_thumb.j

dunno how the multi paste happened... i only bought ONE Happy Jack.. by The Who . .. Wife's first .. at age 4! ... Meet the Beatles. We still have both :)

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