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    Last Album You Bought

    Plenty threads on new music and what people are listening to now, but what was the last album (old or new) that everyone bought.

    The last one I bought was a first press of the Small Faces self titled second album on Immediate records. Bizarrely it appeared in a search for punk vinyl on eBay and I managed to bag it for the princely sum of £18, given it's a pretty rare record these days that's a good price - assuming it's a decent copy.


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    I buy 99% of my music on bandcamp..Really enjoying Ocean Bridges by Damu The Fudgemonk, Archie Shepp and Raw Poetic…

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    I buy 99% of my music on bandcamp..Really enjoying Ocean Bridges by Damu The Fudgemonk, Archie Shepp and Raw Poetic…
    Just listened to learning to breath and tulips and they sounded pretty good.

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    I am absolutely toiling for new music now, got nearly 10,000 songs in my collection but played everything to death almost.

    Trying to find stuff I missed first time round and the last download I bought was Fallow by The Weakerthans.

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    Inhaler - It Won’t Always Be Like This

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    Quote Originally Posted by degenerated View Post
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    Plenty threads on new music and what people are listening to now, but what was the last album (old or new) that everyone bought.

    The last one I bought was a first press of the Small Faces self titled second album on Immediate records. Bizarrely it appeared in a search for punk vinyl on eBay and I managed to bag it for the princely sum of £18, given it's a pretty rare record these days that's a good price - assuming it's a decent copy.
    Bought two Martha Reeves & The Vandellas albums of Discogs the other day. Heat Wave & Dance Party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalianwanda View Post
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    I buy 99% of my music on bandcamp..Really enjoying Ocean Bridges by Damu The Fudgemonk, Archie Shepp and Raw Poetic…
    Bandcamp is great. I’ve got alerts for quite a few record labels on there. I love nothing more than trawling through music, on various sources, to find something new I like. Can easily lose hours doing so but really enjoy doing the grunt work and finding music, new or old, manually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Modfather View Post
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    Bought two Martha Reeves & The Vandellas albums of Discogs the other day. Heat Wave & Dance Party.
    Apart from the small faces one I've bought a few others either off eBay, discogs or direct from shops.

    Chubby and the Gang - the mutts nuts
    Distorted Truth - smashed hits
    Rich kids on LSD - riches to rags
    Leatherface - The Last

    It's taken me years to get hold of that Leatherface album at a price I was willing to pay, now I finally have the full collection of their studio albums. Never get tired of listening them, brilliant band.

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    Springtime In New York Box Set ( Bob Dylan ).

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    Myles Kennedy - The Ides of March

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Modfather View Post
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    Bandcamp is great. I’ve got alerts for quite a few record labels on there. I love nothing more than trawling through music, on various sources, to find something new I like. Can easily lose hours doing so but really enjoy doing the grunt work and finding music, new or old, manually.
    Yeah although it can get kind of addictive Had to pull myself back a bit as I was buying anything and everything. Its brilliant for opening yourself up to new types of music and its pretty rewarding knowing the artists are getting their fair share (especially on the commission free days). 3/4 of the music Ive bought on bandcamp is a direct result of me finding the music there with no idea who the artist was previously.

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    Myles Kennedy - The Ides of March
    Must give that a listen, I'm not much of a hard rock fan these days but I love his vocals with Alter Bridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McD View Post
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    Myles Kennedy - The Ides of March
    Glad I gave it more than 30 seconds as I absolutely hate the whispered intro. Great track though.

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    Yesterday I spend £100+ on a pre-order of the new Faust 1971 - 1974 box set. I'm still feeling ok about it now, I'd imagine the guilt and regret will kick in over the coming days.

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    Dark Matters, by The Stranglers.

    Pre-ordered to get the limited blood red vinyl. IMO its their best album since Rattus Norvegicus. Superb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiber-nation View Post
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    Must give that a listen, I'm not much of a hard rock fan these days but I love his vocals with Alter Bridge.
    probably my favourite singer, so versatile. His original solo album is pretty acoustic, really great


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    Glad I gave it more than 30 seconds as I absolutely hate the whispered intro. Great track though.

    aye the title track isn’t my favourite, but there’s some other cracking tracks on the album

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    Quote Originally Posted by NORTHERNHIBBY View Post
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    Dark Matters, by The Stranglers.

    Pre-ordered to get the limited blood red vinyl. IMO its their best album since Rattus Norvegicus. Superb.
    Had a listen to it on Spotify, very good album.

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    Last. Boy from Michegan by John Grant. One I hadnt listened to in decades and bought same tjme, 461 Ocean Boulevard Eric Clapton.

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    This thread has got me purchasing again after I’d weaned myself off! Just got Horishi Yoshimura’s - Green (SFX) album. The Green album is an absolute masterpiece. Ambient but joyful and uplifting in equal measures. Can’t recommend enough if you want something to chill to.

    The SFX version i just got ive not listened to but from what i have has some field recordings added. I’d go with the original as it’s so clean and spacious.

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    I racked my brain for ages yesterday, and i still cant remember the last album i bought. Everything i own now is digital, i think i last physically bought an album early 90s.

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    New Alabama 3 album, just now.😆

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    Mexican Institite of Sound - Disco Popular. New album out now as well, Distrito Federal.

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    I drive alot with work and although I use spotify alot my car still has a CD player and thats what I use to listen to music when im travelling, currenly have as many Cds as Ive ever had buying them on ebay and charity shops. catching back up with my youth last albums I bought The The Infected and Fat Pop Paul Wellers latest offering.

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    Got Space Africa’s ‘Honest Labour’ album…Really enjoying it after a few listens..Hard to define though if you like Burial I’d say it’s worth checking out.

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    Last album I bought? Madonna - Celebration on iTunes. Superb. She's still so hot these days too!!
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    Got myself the new Amyl & The Sniffers album "Comfort To Me" and the Chats album from last year "High Risk Behaviour"

    Both really good pub rock/garage punk albums and both bands clearly influenced by the likes of the Cosmic Psychos, early Hard-ons stuff, The Onyas and Radio Birdman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by degenerated View Post
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    Got myself the new Amyl & The Sniffers album "Comfort To Me" and the Chats album from last year "High Risk Behaviour"

    Both really good pub rock/garage punk albums and both bands clearly influenced by the likes of the Cosmic Psychos, early Hard-ons stuff, The Onyas and Radio Birdman.
    Great band name what ever they sound like

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    Great band name what ever they sound like

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    Doing a bit of swatting up for a festival were having here in Sligo in November....Just bough 'Fad' an album by a Dublin band called the Silverbacks, its really good..Not my normal cup of tea but if you like Fontains DC/cribs/strokes Id say you'll like it. You can also get a whiff off Girl Band (best band bar non to come out of Ireland in recent years) in bits as its produced by their drummer.
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    Alchemy by Dire Straits, which I think I bought in 1986.


    Then Jason and Kylie released 'Especially For You' and I knew music was dead, so I got other interests.

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