Midnight Madness by NIGHT RANGER (featuring 'Sister Christian')
I was 12 I think.
Now you can go ahead and lie about how you bought "Never Mind the Bullocks" or something cool like that.
But not me.
YA MOTORIN'! WHAT'S YOUR PRICE FOR FLIGHT !?!?
Misprint on the cover @ 1/3rd full price.
I wouldn't part with it now
Despite me being rather young I think I bought the Joshua Tree by U2 because my dad used t ohave it and took it on a business trip to america and lost it somewhere in Detroit/New York?Toronto (he works for GM but went everywhere in the early 90s)
I used to listen to U2 on his CD player that I had to treat like it was the most expensive thing in the world. I can remember sitting there in front of the hifi being extra careful not to break it. Anyway, I bought the Joshua Tree for both me and my dad. Must've only been 10 years old too, birthday money went to a good cause!
The Jimi Hendrix Experience CD
The Last Experience
Just a couple years ago with hard-earned money...hahaha!
Cherish - David Cassidy. I went without lunch for a week so I could buy it.
Oh Gosh-- probably a Kingston Trio Album. As you can guess I haven't bought music in decades.
That I actually remember, even though I'm sure there were many more before. Eve to Adam "Auburn Slip".
My first album bought by my mother - 'The Man with the Golden Arm', 1955, Elmer Bernstein, Decca Records. I wish I could find it on line, but never have been able to.
Led Zeppelin IV back in 1972.
I rode my bike 10 miles to the next town that had a small department store, I think Woolworths, that had an album section.
I was so excited, it was hard to save the money to purchase it. But when I got there it took me forever to figure out which one it was.
EMINEM'S THE MARSHALL MATHERS LP
i was in middle school then..
Summer of 1966, I was 12, the album...En Direct de L'Olympia...by Mireille Mathieu...we still lived in Belgium. I used the 5 Canadian Dollars my Grandma had sent me in a letter along with the mega earnings of my first job (pulling Dandi-lions out of the lawn, with root attached each gave me 5 Belgium francs)
You wonder how rich I got? (not very) 1 USdollar in those days was worth about 50-52 Belgium Francs...Ahhhh! the good old days.
Never Mind the Bollocks by the Sex Pistols in 1978. I was 10. My poor mom almost had a coronary.
Gosh...it was so long ago. I'm going to say "If You Love Me, Let Me Know" by Olivia Newton-John. I was, like, 11 or 12.
I think it was Alan Parsons Project...I, Robot. Still love that album...no matter what format it's currently in.
by SuperheroSales 8 years ago
Do you remember buying your first album? If so, what was it, what was your favorite song, and do you still enjoy the music now?
by Nathan Bernardo 7 years ago
What was the first album you bought?Music, of course. Probably it's difficult to remember the first album (or not), but, at the least, Who was the artist of the first album you bought?
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