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  • Recent CD Acquisitions

    I'm starting this again, even if people probably don't buy much CD's nowadays.

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    Tacocat-NVM
    The Cramps-Bad music for bad people
    Leadbelly-Take this hammer
    The Lurkers-God's lonely men(Re-issue)
    Eddie and the hot rods-The singles collection

    I might regret that I didn't buy the other Tacocat cd since I can't find that one anywhere, but NVM seems to be better.

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    • #3
      i got the first Rage Against The Machine album yesterday and it's awesome

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      • #4
        I exchanged my Third pair of swim goggles for an Elvis Presley Box With 2 cd's and a DVD

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        • #5
          yesterday i bought Evil Empire by Rage Against the Machine and also Weezer's Green Album

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          • #6
            The Promdates-coffe's hot, we're not
            Ben Weasel-The brain that wouldn't die
            Mcrackins-It ain't over easy
            Die toten hosen-Damenwahl
            Beatsteaks-Living targets
            Die ärtze-1982-1983
            Minor threat-The complete discography


            I think there might be more. Buying a Norwegian cd in Germany I never would've found in Norway is funny though.

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            • #7
              got a car w/ a cd player now, been dusting off some CDs.

              last night at a show i got the new Success album, and a new album from a local band called Caskitt, and a 4way split that success is on w/ bastards of young and western settings and stuff. all cd's. weird. but i commute to work, so i listen to music a lot in the car, CDs are starting to make a bit of sense to me again

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              • #8
                Screaming Females - Rose Mountain

                picked it up when i saw them this weekend. loving it so far. will undoubtedly be part of my top whatever list for 2015 like pretty much anything else they've ever put out.

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                • #9
                  Swinging' utters-Hatest grits

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                  • #10
                    Fantastic Baggys-Tell 'em I'm Surfin'

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                    • #11
                      I got the new Jedi Mind Tricks album on CD, its pretty rad.

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                      • #12
                        Recently picked up and have been enjoying:

                        Night Birds - Mutiny At Muscle Beach
                        Ron Funches - The Funches Of Us (this was just purchased digitally, but I'm still counting it)

                        just ordered and have yet to receive a used copy of:
                        The Jerky Boys 3

                        My deceased best friend/cousin/band mate used to own it and we'd crack up at it in our teens when it came out sometime in the late 90's. He would've turned 33 towards the end of this month and I'm compiling a bunch of playlists for throughout that workweek of stuff he and I would listen to/bond over while hanging out over the years. Odds are if I were to just hear it for the first time now it wouldn't hold up, but when the nostalgia factor is added I'll probably lose my shit every time one of the tracks randomly comes on interspersed with all the music.

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                        • #13
                          Was amped to learn that Slingshot Dakota's new album drops at the end of this month. Just pre-ordered the hell out of that on bandcamp.

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                          • #14
                            I bought Goldfinger's Self-titled last week.

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                            • #15
                              Unfortunately the new Violent Femmes album is a huge letdown. Excitedly rushed to the record store to pick it up this weekend and spent a lot of the drive home grimacing when certain songs came on that sounded like rejected tracks from one of TMBG's childrens albums. There are a few passable tracks I'll end up throwing on my ipod, but nothing like I'd hoped anywhere near the quality of the songs we typically associate them with.

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                              • #16
                                Fred Åkerstrøm-Guldkorn
                                Nina Simone-Love Me or Leave Me
                                Pansy Division-That's so Gay!
                                The Queers-Everything's OK
                                Jawbreaker-Dear You
                                Porgy and Bess 1976 opera soundtrack
                                George Gershwin-The Essential

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                                • #17
                                  Tim Easton-Not Cool
                                  Tony Sly-A Tribute

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