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....mine was the Gene Simmons solo album from 1978.
i know i purchased it in the fall of '87 at some point.

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Hmmm...

I think it was The Hooters "Nervous Night" or Aldo Nova's "Twitch".

Sad but true...

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I bought 4 at the same time I bought my first CD player in '86 or '87:

Beatles - Abbey Road
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Gwar - Scumdogs Of The Universe - (1990)


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Metallica: Master of Puppets. It was given to me as a birthday present in 1988.


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Phineas J. Whoopee wrote:
Metallica: Master of Puppets. It was given to me as a birthday present in 1988.


That I can believe. No offense PJ, I just can't picture you at a Metallica concert. ;)


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Hmmm...

I think it was The Hooters "Nervous Night" or Aldo Nova's "Twitch".

Sad but true...


Aldo Nova, alright, so you like old school Metal too huh?

I think mine was Jeff Healy "Feel This" from 1992, bought it that year too. His other albums are better though.


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Phineas J. Whoopee wrote:
Metallica: Master of Puppets. It was given to me as a birthday present in 1988.


That I can believe. No offense PJ, I just can't picture you at a Metallica concert. ;)



Well hes a cartoon character, so what the f@%k...................................


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Mr. Yates, great Q.

U2 - Achtung Baby. 1994. In a Manila record store. Same day I bought my first CD player.

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DrMoreau wrote:
Phineas J. Whoopee wrote:
Metallica: Master of Puppets. It was given to me as a birthday present in 1988.


That I can believe. No offense PJ, I just can't picture you at a Metallica concert. ;)



Well hes a cartoon character, so what the f@%k...................................


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lol, :lol:

Mr TZ DZ, from our Avatars: I am a disembodied eye (who likes alternative music), and you are a little girl ( who likes techno and house) lol

So DrM, What is your Avatar brewing in his test tube on that bunsen burner?

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Mr.Z wrote:
So DrM, What is your Avatar brewing in his test tube on that bunsen burner?


An eclectic mixture ;)


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So DrM, What is your Avatar brewing in his test tube on that bunsen burner?


An eclectic mixture ;)


Care to elaborate? :wink: Thanks

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So DrM, What is your Avatar brewing in his test tube on that bunsen burner?


An eclectic mixture ;)


Care to elaborate? :wink: Thanks


Hard rock, soft rock, New Wave, New-Ro, Punk, Ska, Grunge, oldies, etc, etc, etc.


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So DrM, What is your Avatar brewing in his test tube on that bunsen burner?


An eclectic mixture ;)


Care to elaborate? :wink: Thanks


Hard rock, soft rock, New Wave, New-Ro, Punk, Ska, Grunge, oldies, etc, etc, etc.


Merci for this response. Cool tastes you do have. Never heard of New-Ro though.

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Never heard of New-Ro though.


New Romantic: it was part of the new wave scene of the 80s. A trend set by David Bowie, Adam Ant, The Human League, Brian Eno and Roxy Music. I guess Duran Duran and Flock of Seagulls would also fall into this category. It was a marriage of fashion and music.

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Metallica: Master of Puppets. It was given to me as a birthday present in 1988.


That I can believe. No offense PJ, I just can't picture you at a Metallica concert. ;)


You wouldn't catch me in the parking lot of such a musical event. It is neither my style or taste. Part of the upside of being raised by classical and folk influenced parents. I would be more at home at a Dylan or James Taylor concert. Sorry if this revelation has disillusioned anyone.

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Phineas J. Whoopee wrote:
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Phineas J. Whoopee wrote:
Metallica: Master of Puppets. It was given to me as a birthday present in 1988.


That I can believe. No offense PJ, I just can't picture you at a Metallica concert. ;)


You wouldn't catch me in the parking lot of such a musical event. It is neither my style or taste. Part of the upside of being raised by classical and folk influenced parents. I would be more at home at a Dylan or James Taylor concert. Sorry if this revelation has disillusioned anyone.

Happy Posting & Have Fun,

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Mr W, what was the last concert that you attended? Might I ask?

My last concert: Ministry, with Rage Against The Machine and Helmet, back in the late 90s.

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Mr W, what was the last concert that you attended? Might I ask?


Steve Miller Band in June. It was a birthday present for my girlfriend. I knew a few songs, mostly his hits from the seventies.


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Steve Miller Band in June. It was a birthday present for my girlfriend. I knew a few songs, mostly his hits from the seventies.


Mr W, thanks for the 4-1-1. I have heard some of their stuff, not bad. Great gift, sir.

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