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    The First CD You Bought?

    Mine was a two-buy day at Sam Goody — Green Day's Dookie and Metallica's Master of Puppets.
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    I think Metallica's black album

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    The First CD You Bought?

    3 at once to start:

    GNR: Use Your Illusion I and II
    Motley Crue: Decade of Decadence


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    Beastie Boys License To Ill

    By the way License To Ill was also the first record I bought. Yes like in vinyl back in 1986.
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    311 Music or Grassroots, can't remember which one I got first but I think it was Music
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    Mine was also Dookie.

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    The first one I bought was Red Hot Chili Peppers Blood Sugar Sex Magik and Metallica The Black Album. I also got Aerosmith's Pandora's Box right after that.

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    Nirvana's nevermind and Metallica's Master of Puppets.

    After that, Weezer's blue album.

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    Coverdale/Page and "The last action hero" soundtrack which was pretty bad ass.

    Last Action Hero https://g.co/kgs/fkszc4

    From Price club which became Costco. Both in long board boxes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Long live the King View Post
    THIS. My dad took me to get it and I listened to it that whole night. A day later I come home to my mom asking me what this was and where I got it. I said dad let me get it with my allowance. She yelled at my dad, broke it in half and threw it out and never gave me the money back for it. Last year, after my college graduation, I'm opening gifts and inside the bag from her was this CD with a note apologizing saying I can listen to this now that I'm grown up.
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    Body Count - Body Count (now I have also The Copkiller Version)

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    Quote Originally Posted by High and Wide View Post
    THIS. My dad took me to get it and I listened to it that whole night. A day later I come home to my mom asking me what this was and where I got it. I said dad let me get it with my allowance. She yelled at my dad, broke it in half and threw it out and never gave me the money back for it. Last year, after my college graduation, I'm opening gifts and inside the bag from her was this CD with a note apologizing saying I can listen to this now that I'm grown up.
    And then you broke it and threw it out.... You know, to show her.... not because it stinks or anything. LOL just kidding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by High and Wide View Post
    THIS. My dad took me to get it and I listened to it that whole night. A day later I come home to my mom asking me what this was and where I got it. I said dad let me get it with my allowance. She yelled at my dad, broke it in half and threw it out and never gave me the money back for it. Last year, after my college graduation, I'm opening gifts and inside the bag from her was this CD with a note apologizing saying I can listen to this now that I'm grown up.
    Amazing. I had all my Manson CDs snapped, too.


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    REM Document...well, it was a cassette tape, not CD. Does that count?

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    My parents never really cared what I listened to. I was listening to Appetite for Destruction when I was 9 years old in my sisters room, and then I used to steal her tape so I could listen to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanJesus View Post
    REM Document...well, it was a cassette tape, not CD. Does that count?

    I went with my first CD, but I had a ton of tapes as well, plus a bunch of records. I think my first cassette was Thriller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanJesus View Post
    REM Document...well, it was a cassette tape, not CD. Does that count?
    If we are talking cassette tapes, for some reason I'm drawing a blank. I want to say Kiss "Crazy nights".

    First LP was Def Leppard "Pyromania" and Michael Jacksons "Thriller" bought at Record World, which was a fairly big chain back then.

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