your first record ?

#1
(may of been done before - I could'nt be arsed looking)

What was the first record / album you ever owned?

Mine was.............

Selling England by the Pound - Genesis
 
#6
Oh, you meant bought!
In that case, it was "Planet Earth" by Duran Duran :)








Oh, hang on, thats even more embarrassing than Pinky and Perky!

Bugger :oops:
 
#7
Don't know my exact one!

Probably something heavy with awesome soaring falsettos and face-melting guitar solos!

Just download everything for free now!
 

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#8
creddly said:
Probably something heavy with awesome soaring falsettos and face-melting guitar solos!
That'll be the Darkness then.

My first record?

Peeing over a 3 foot fence without splashing it, aged nine.
 
#9
My first record....mmmmmm let me see, probably whacking 10 off in a daywhilst revising for my PX3 at DAEDALUS (Fantastic swot to spank ratio for you youngsters in SULTAN or COLLINGWOOD to aspire to!)

....I was spitting feathers at the end of it, and even though I knew how the fluidic valve in a GEM engine worked, my fluidic valve had been well and truly "tagged out"

oh by the way first record bought was 'Grease'
 
#12
The first record I bought was the Smurf Song. No, it really was :pukel: Mind you, it was a birthday pressie for my baby sister. Honest

My first record was Wild West Hero by ELO (the Electric Light Orchestra for those born after the 70s)
 
#13
Really going back to the misty past. First 45, was "Move It" by Cliff Richard. First LP, Honey Hit Parade. Still got both!

Semper Strenuissima
 
#15
Rather fancied my maths coach whose fruitless job was to get me through CSE Maths :laughing9: ... anyway I noticed he had an LP, went out and bought it ...

Cat Stevens Teaser and the Firecat
 
#17
Lamri said:
Oh, you meant bought!
In that case, it was "Planet Earth" by Duran Duran :)








Oh, hang on, thats even more embarrassing than Pinky and Perky!

Bugger :oops:
Either really; bought, or had bought / given to you.

The first album I actually bought was "Face Value" - Phil Collins
 
#18
'Grease'-The Soundtrack & 'Saturday Night Fever'-The Soundtrack. Saved my pocket money, and was dead pleased with myself :w00t:
Took pride of place next to Dad's Beatles/Deep Purple records!!
 
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