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Kaipa wrote:"Hermit of Mink Hollow", "the Ever Popular Tortured Artist", "Healing " by Todd Rundgren 3 albums on 2 cd's.
"Oblivion " the deluxeedition with dvd by Utopia.
NotSteven wrote:10cc, Tenology
I can't see myself giving up buying CDs (as long as there is something left to buy). Come to think of it, there's almost something uplifting about it (except for when the credit card bill has to be paid), whereas downloads only bring me down (I reckon that's why they're called downloads) - for some reason I can't help thinking of them as present-day counterparts of those poxy off-air recordings of yore. I crave for the tangible physical product - the more CDs, the merrier.
flowerkingsfan wrote:Neal Schon- The Calling
Not so, Kaipa...I have to have CD's! I have only bought about 6 songs on mp3- only because they weren't available on CD. There's something about having a real CD with booklets. I still have my vinyl collection, as well!
Kaipa wrote:progtastic mate wrote:Porcupine Tree - Octane Twisted. Not had a chance to listen to it yet
I have seen the dvd, it's good but i had hoped it had allso the songs from cd 2, but no.
flowerkingsfan wrote:I have Les Dudek's first 3 albums- I've liked him for a long time!
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