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Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 16 Apr 2016, 14:37
by TripleJay97
The Dandy Warhols - Dandys Rule OK (2LP)
NME - C86 Compilation (2LP)
Mac DeMarco - Another (Demo) One (LP)
Xiu Xiu - Xiu Xiu Play the Music of Twin Peaks (2LP)
David Bowie - The Man Who Sold the World (Picture Disc LP)
The 13th Floor Elevators - You're Gonna Miss Me (12")
The Shaggs - Sweet Maria b/w Missouri Waltz (7")
David Bowie - TVC15 - 7")

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 16 Apr 2016, 17:20
by AdvertBreak
Didn't even RSD, but today I did buy on CD

Three favourites of mine:
- XTC - Apple Venus Volume 1
- Neutral Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
- Sonic Youth - A Thousand Leaves
One compilation:
- The Best of Pop Will Eat Itself
and one second hand album:
- Pet Shop Boys - Very (love the album case)

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 21 Apr 2016, 05:26
by Mallard No. 22
AB - is Pop Will Eat Itself worth a listen overall?

My memory of them (like other early 90s indie acts) was that they were heading in the right direction, but not quite great. :)

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 25 May 2016, 12:53
by AdvertBreak
Mallard No. 22 wrote:AB - is Pop Will Eat Itself worth a listen overall?

My memory of them (like other early 90s indie acts) was that they were heading in the right direction, but not quite great. :)
It's a lot of fun yeah. It doesn't have anything from Dos Dedos though as they'd switched labels from BMG/RCA at that point, so its predominately their grebo/alternative dance stuff.

Today I bought
Tortoise - Millions Now Living Will Never Die

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 26 May 2016, 06:11
by Mallard No. 22
PWEI - the alternative dance period is how I remember them - 'Can U Dig It' and 'X Y & Zee' stand out in my memory.

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 30 May 2016, 17:03
by AdvertBreak
Both good songs

This is what I picked up today second hand:

LPs
Tangerine Dream - Rubycon
Peter Gabriel - Peter Gabriel 3 (Melt)
Yes - The Yes Album
Paul McCartney - CHOBA B CCCP (original Soviet version)

CDs
Talk Talk - History Revisited: The Remixes
The Dandy Warhols - Thirteen Tales from Urban Bohemia
Happy Daze: Volume One
Sunn O))) - Black One
Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine - 30 Something

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 30 May 2016, 17:32
by davidsutter
Got a signed copy of the new Zombies album at the show.
Also found a badass old Bowie button pictured here.

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Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 01 Jun 2016, 06:31
by Mallard No. 22
AdvertBreak wrote:
Happy Daze: Volume One

Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine - 30 Something
I bought those two at the time. I found the cassette of 'Happy Daze Vol 2' again last summer and it remains a good listen. The Happy Daze albums (IIRC they didn't go beyond two volumes?) were influential on my tastes at the time. They pointed the way out of the late 80s 'hair band hell' (as KLL76 might put it :) ) into the more interesting indie/dance.

Though Vol 1 & the Carter USM album are long gone from my collection :(

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 11 Jun 2016, 18:59
by Dekagamer7X9
My recent music purchases include:

CD:
-Ween's entire studio discography as well as most of their live albums
-Aaron Freeman's debut solo album "Freeman"

Vinyl:
-"In Through The Out Door" and "Led Zeppelin III" by Led Zeppelin
-"Master Of Reality" by Black Sabbath
-"Parklife" "13", and "The Magic Whip" by Blur
-"Tiny Tim's America" by Tiny Tim, which was an exclusive vinyl release limited to 1000 copies.

Digital:
-Ween's 2 live albums that are no longer in print and thus extremely expensive to get physical copies of.

Pretty soon I'm hoping to get Led Zeppelin's "Physical Graffitti" and Blur's "Modern Life Is Rubbish" on vinyl, so those will likely be my next purchases.

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 12 Jun 2016, 06:28
by AdvertBreak
I envy those who have Ween CDs. I have White Pepper but thats it, and that's not one of my favourites by them (even though its great.)

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 12 Jun 2016, 17:46
by TripleJay97
I'm trying to collect all of them on vinyl, but The Pod is so hard to come by :(

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 15 Jun 2016, 06:28
by Mallard No. 22
That is a very eclectic choice of albums Dekagamer7X9.

:) I sometimes wonder how Tiny Tim managed to become popular. Though he became popular enough to play the Isle of Wight Festival 1970 in amongst all the rock heavyweights.

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 19 Jun 2016, 11:45
by AdvertBreak
Radiohead - A Moon Shaped Pool (CD)

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 19 Jun 2016, 12:03
by TripleJay97
I've got to wait until September to get mine :(

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 23 Jun 2016, 00:21
by Dekagamer7X9
TripleJay97 wrote:I'm trying to collect all of them on vinyl, but The Pod is so hard to come by :(
I would like to collect the albums on vinyl as well, but I've heard bad things about the U.S. pressings. So, I guess if I ever do try and find them, I'll try and get the U.K. pressings.