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what was the first CD you ever owned.

Not cassettes, not 8 tracks, not records. what was the first CD you purchased.

Heres mine. I was in 6th grade if I remember correctly.






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First album bought with my own money.


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Have bought like 5 or 6 of the same one.


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Have bought like 5 or 6 of the same one.

I think everyone has bought that 5 or 6 times. I swear it must be the most lost/destroyed CD in history

Nirvana- Nevermind was the first I bought. I was a bit late to the game.

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First CD??? - Wow, that takes me back - It was when CD Players first came out in the mid 80's and this came out in like '87 or '88 - Made the party and the girls dance - Bought both these the same day - I wanted to be a Fly Boy soooooo bad
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First CD??? - Wow, that takes me back - It was when CD Players first came out in the mid 80's and this came out in like '87 or '88 - Made the party and the girls dance - Bought both these the same day - I wanted to be a Fly Boy soooooo bad
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Dude, I was a punk kid that went to a High School Prep Party as saw the chicks and how the reacted to the music - Then I went back to a Punk Party and the chicks were no where the same - I began to like the Prep Chicks and took to their music - It was like the Seinfeld Chess Game and the "southern" brain won

And this is CD's not Albums, Cassettes or even 8 tracks

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Dude, I was a punk kid that went to a High School Prep Party as saw the chicks and how the reacted to the music - Then I went back to a Punk Party and the chicks were no where the same - I began to like the Prep Chicks and took to their music - It was like the Seinfeld Chess Game and the "southern" brain won

And this is CD's not Albums, Cassettes or even 8 tracks
As long as was to get laid I understand.

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First album bought with my own money.

Scary... me too! I had the biggest crush on Freddie Mercury when I was 10.

First CD I ever bought was Dire Straits' first album. I don't remember the first cassette tho. First 45 might have been Disco Duck, by Rick Dees.

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I didn't get introduced to CD's until 1995, and I'm pretty sure this was my first CD
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