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    What was the first album you ever bought?
    It can be cassette, cd, or lp (or 8 track, actually).

    Mine was on cassette. It was Def Leppard-Hysteria. Listened to that damned thing all the time. My first cd was Joey C. Jones. Really never listened to that one until I re-bought it a few years ago off ebay. Still, Hysteria has a special place in my heart to this day. Don't listen to it as much anymore, though. Crazy, eh? [img]wink.gif[/img]

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    Probably Slippery when wet or 1984

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    1st single - Weird Al Yankovic, Eat It
    1st album (cassette) - Madonna, Like A Virgin

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    One of the albums by Chicago. It was around 1977. I then bought Ted Nugent's "Cat Scratch Fever" and Aerosmith's "Greatest Hits".

    But the first album that was ever MINE was the Monkees album that was all white with "The Monkees" in the the red guitar letters. You know the one Donna!!! That was about 1974 or '75.

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    i'm thinking either a rolling stones or ac/dc or maybe one of those k-tel albums, i don't remember.

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    I think it was a cassette and like TTT it was Bon Jovi Slippery when wet

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    If this doesn't show ages I don't know what will.

    First album - Twisted Sister
    First tape - Judas Priest

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    Originally posted by SINMIN:
    If this doesn't show ages I don't know what will.

    First album - Twisted Sister
    First tape - Judas Priest
    <font size="3" face="Arial">Yeah, I'm starting to feel REALLY old compared to some of these answers. Heh, but thats cool, just means I've been around for some REALLY cool shit!

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    I'm just glad I was born when I was...

    About 5 years later and I'd be listening to Alice in Chains or some kinda gangsta rap.

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    What was the first album you ever bought?
    Doesn't matter when I was born, I would never have been listening to Rap. All my friends in Junior High were into Rap and breakdancing. I wore the parachute pants, but I went in the other direction with it all and found Punk. No guitars in Rap. I have played since I was 5, and I always wanted guitars in my music.

    Now Alice In Chains I did like on the "Facelift" album, and still think that one is half good. Didn't like anything else from them though.

    Hey, looks like you have a fun thread going over there on the "Billy" one. [img]wink.gif[/img] Gee, I might join in... [img]graemlins/whatever.gif[/img]

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