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Record shop day - Sat 19th April - what was 1st record you bought

WESTEND PORTFOLIOS is off-linePlatinum Member
19 April 2014 06:37
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well if you are over 30 I guess you will remember VINYL . this is what music came on before cds and well before downloads.

the record shop is where you went to get this pice of black plastic..

so to celebrate Record Dat today wha was the first record you bought.. no cds no downloads .. but just pure black (or coloured or picture disc) vinyl..7in or 12inch.. and not being agist..even 78rpms...lol

so to start if off.. mine was

THE BOOMTOWN RATS - I DONT LIKE MONDAYS..

http://youtu.be/-Kobdb37Cwc


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19 April 2014 06:55
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Video Killed The Radio Star - The Buggles


DaveinSurrey is off-line
19 April 2014 07:31
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The Cutting Crew - 'I just died in your arms tonight'


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19 April 2014 08:24
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Commander Cody and the Lost Planet Airmen - Live at the Armadillo World Headquarters


19 April 2014 08:55
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Adam and the Ants, Kings of the Wild Frontier on my 9th birthday
Modesty is just arrogance in stealth mode


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19 April 2014 09:05
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I think it was Slade - Coz I luv You

The last one I bought was Pins (record store day release) Shoot You.
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19 April 2014 09:43
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First Single - Blue is the Colour by Chelsea Football Club.

First album was probably Slade - Old, New, Borrowed and Blue.





I still sing along with both, after a few glasses of the old dancing juice.

Dave


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19 April 2014 09:46
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An ex-jukebox record that was being sold in my newsagents, where I had a paper round:

'Can You Feel It' by the Jacksons.

I was 14 and it was 1982. Joan Jett and the Blackhearts' 'I Love Rock 'n' Roll' was my second the following week.

They were about 35 pence each. Bargain!


19 April 2014 11:17
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Goodnight Mrs Flintstone by the Piltdown Men. I was five years old and I thought it was something to do with The Flintstones TV show. It wasn't.
My doctor told me I've only got 6 months to live. Then I told him I couldn't pay him... so he gave me another 6 months.


19 April 2014 14:23
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Early Orbison, from my first week's wage in 1972. £2.50 it cost, and I still have it.
If it walks like a duck, and talks like a duck, it could be my ex wife.



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