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My first was Boston's self titled debut album. To this day "More than a Feeling" still gives me a rush.
 
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I think it was “Meet the Beatles.”


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The Royal Guardsmen - Snoopy vs. The Red Baron



wow,

I have a Snoopy /Royal Guardsmen album as well


and my Dad's onyx black cabinet Zenith phonograph,,, that still sounds good once the tubes warm up



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Def Leppard. Hysteria. Bought it in 1987 and played the crap out of it.

Bought a new turntable a few weeks ago and the same record was the first one played on it.

Turntables have come a long way in the last 30 years!



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Meet the Beatles was my first album...still have it.



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First: Fleetwood Mac, Tusk

Latest: ELO greatest hits, but it's been a yearish


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I don't remember but it was either Billy Joel's Glass Houses or The Who's Face Dances.



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My first was a copy to cassette of Cheap Trick "One on One".
I think the first I paid money for was Purple Rain.
 
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Probably Earth, Wind, and Fire "All 'n All".
 
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It was either Springsteen's Born in the USA or Michael Jackson's Thriller. I wore them both out.


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I'm not into rock but my very first LP that I bought was Black Sabbath Master of Reality. I took it home and played it. I don't think I knew the band before I bought it nor have I listened to any of their songs on the radio. I was listening to pop music channels.

The albums I bought after that were all current jazz albums - Ronnie Laws, Hubert Laws, Tomita, etc.



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Madonna, then Thriller
 
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The first album I ever purchased was Sly And The Family Stone's Greatest Hits.



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Boston Boston



1. More Than a Feeling
2. Peace of Mind: 4:35
3. Foreplay/Long Time: 9:32
4. Rock and Roll Band: 17:08
5. Smokin': 20:08
6. Hitch a Ride: 24:29
7. Something About You: 29:04
8. Let Me Take You Home Tonight: 32:23

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Black Sabbath Paranoid. Still like Ozzy to this day.


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For whatever reason I simply can't recall what the first vinyl album was. But surprisingly I know that Running Bear was my first 45 and Dire Straits' Money For Nothing album was my first CD. Smile



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Buddy Holly. And, yea, he was still alive. It was the one where the whole cover was just a pic of him. I actually think I still have it somewhere around here.



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Buddy Holly. And, yea, he was still alive. It was the one where the whole cover was just a pic of him. I actually think I still have it somewhere around here.


OK, if we're going to start telling our age, mine was probably something by Bill Haley and The Comets.
 
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My first album I ever bought was Diver Down by Van Halen.

The most recent one was Aaron Watson's Deep In The Heart Of Texas.




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