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What was your first album?

Discussion in 'Rock Lounge' started by Orion, Oct 15, 2006.

  1. The Rover

    The Rover 'Ol Timer

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    The first album I owned that was not "Pop" music, was Led Zeppelin II.
     
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    The First Album I bought was Def Leppard:D
     
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    Magic Woman of the World

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    The first album I ever owned was given to me for Christmas when I was 12 years old, it was Steppenwolf's "For Ladies Only"
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    Then I took my Christmas money and bought "Born to be Wild"

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    Officially: K-Tel "Loonie Tunes"

    First Serious: Hotel California - Eagles
     
  5. LG

    LG Fade To Black

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    First album I bought...Machine Head by Deep Purple.

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    Then I bought Not Fragile by BTO.

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    Truckin Ride Captain Ride

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    Yes, after seeing them on the Ed Sullivan show music was changed forever. I bugged my Mom for a month to buy the album for me. She said it was a bunch of garbage. But she finally caved in. :grinthumb
     
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    Don't know to be honest. I was very young at the time and I've still got this:

    Don Spencer from Playschool Sings 21 Children's Favourites. So perhaps my folk interests extend from this album! ;-) It has some songs there which could be deemed Folk-Rock, though Don Spencer is strictly folk! :-D

    If we're talking Pop/Rock/Metal or whatever, then the first album I might have got was a Culture Club album - can't remember which one it was cause my Dad took care of the tape!
     

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