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Do you have an embarrassing CD in your music collection?
Do you have a CD (or other recorded format) that you enjoy listening to, but wouldn't play when anyone else was within hearing distance; or that you thought was great when you bought it but now think otherwise?
I had a few embarrasing cassette back in the day. As far as CD's go I would say the most embarrassing that I owned was Kriss Kross' Totally Krossed Out CD. I never wore my pants backwards though.
I love this question! My wife tells me that MOST of my CDs are embarassing.
The winner though would have to be Jean-Michelle Jarre, any of them, I have them all :-)
Great question! Hysterical answers. Since my profile photo is of my cat, giving me some kind of anonymity, I'll answer you honestly! I still pull out my Barry Manilow greatest hits cd when no one else is home.
What about you??
In reply to Cookies4breakfast – I hoped I wouldn’t be asked this as I do not have a pseudonym to hide behind, but I guess it's only fair that I give my embarrassing record if I expect others to tell us theirs.
In my rather extensive collection I have a 7-inch record, “We All Stand Together” by Paul McCartney and the Frog Chorus. In my defence, my daughter was only four when I bought it. Now if you have this song going around in your head for the rest of the day, it serves you right for asking.
pat boon,... "in a metal mood"..... i'm actualy not so much embarased by it,... as fascinated,... and i use it to tourture people.
also,... "hayseed dixie",... they take R&R and blue grass it,.... play it for days at work just to see if some one will FINALY notice theyre hearing "fat bottom girls" to banjo music.
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