First album I ever bought was Vanilla Ice - Too the Extreme!
Pretty sure my second purchase was much better with Metallica's Black album.
My tastes improved between the two purchases with tons of copies of my older sister's 90's alternative.
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Automatic for the People by REM.
Isn't it crazy in retrospect to think about how cross dressing was actually a trend once... and in the world of METAL even?!\
So you said you were 12 or so when you bought it too, what did fans of more serious metal like Megadeth like you, think of stuff like Poison at the time? HahaOriginally Posted by Nektar
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3 Feet High and Rising - De La Soul
'They don't even know what it is to be a fan. Y'know? To truly love some silly little piece of music, or some band, so much that it hurts. '
Sapphire - 'Almost Famous'
Sing the Sorrow is an awesome album.
The first album I ever bought with my own money was Blink 182's Untitled
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If you chose rock as a weapon, in order to beat a pair of scissors, don't start whining when you get pwn'd by a piece of paper.
For the longest time, I refused to buy an album because I never thought it was worth it, since I've always been tight on money, thus thinking paying 15$ for a few songs that I probably won't listen to 2 months later. So, in my case, I waited 17 years too legitimately find a band worthy of shoving money in their face. In fact, I was so excited, I got the 60$ deluxe version for the album. That album, was In Waves by Trivium. To this day, best 60$ I have ever spent.
Country Grammar by Nelly.
My mom made me return it a couple days later because she thought he looked like a thug...
bought this in 1999, was the first album I bought with my own money
Originally Posted by Ninji
Growing up in the world of file sharing I had never really bought any albums, but the first album I can remember that I actually loved so much I went out and bought was:
I probably should be embarrassed but I'm not considering this album sold like fucking hot cakes all across Europe back in 98, especially in Scandinavia.
Was 10 years old.
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