Made a trip to the flea market yesterday and scored 50 CD's for 27 bucks:
Eddie Money - Right Here
Hooters - One Way Home
Huey Lewis & The News - Small World
George Michael - Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1
The Cranberries - Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?
Rod Stewart - Sing It Again Rod
Santana - Shaman
Clint Black - Nothin' But The Taillights
Elton John - Don't Shoot Me I'm Only The Piano Player
Elton John - The Big Picture
Elton John - Sleeping With The Past
Elton John - Made In England
Beverly Hills Cop II - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
The Big Chill - More Songs From The Original Soundtrack
Robocop (A Future To This Life) - Series Soundtrack
Mark Knopfler - Wag The Dog (Music From The Motion Picture)
Dead Man Walking - Music From and Inspired By The Motion Picture
Yngwie Malmsteen - Fire And Ice
Pete Townshend - Psychoderelict
Bob Dylan - Blood On The Tracks
10cc - The Wall Street Shuffle
Sugar - File Under: Easy Listening
Alice Cooper - The World of Alice Cooper/Nobody Likes Me
Various Artists - Skynyrd Friends
Bob Dylan - No Direction Home: The Soundtrack (The Bootleg Series Vol. 7)
Chris LeDoux - One Road Man
Chris LeDoux - Stampede
Radiohead - Hail To The Thief
Radiohead - OK Computer
Radiohead - Amnesiac
Sting - Mercury Falling
Heart - Brigade
Richard Marx - Richard Marx
Richard Marx - Rush Street
John Mellencamp - Trouble No More
Peter Cetera - World Falling Down
System Of A Down - Mezmerize
System Of A Down - Hypnotize
Depeche Mode - Songs Of Faith and Devotion
The Robert Cray Band - Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark
Falco - Gold
Led Zeppelin - Latter Days: The Best of Led Zeppelin Volume Two
Enuff Znuff - Animals With Human Intelligence
Universal Soldier: The Return - Music From The Motion Picture
Guadalcanal Diary - Flip-Flop
Bonnie Raitt - Nick Of Time
The B52's - Cosmic Thing
Lou Gramm - Long Hard Look
New Riders Of The Purple Sage - Adventures Of Panama Red
Seven Mary Three - American Standard
The Vaughan Brothers - Family Style
That's a lot of new to you music.
That Mellencamp should be good and I would like to check out the Lou Gramm disc.
Saw several Mellencamps. I just can't remember all that I have. I guess I need to start working on cataloging it all.
I have discovered three so far that I duplicated: New Riders of the Purple Sage, Depeche Mode and The Robert Cray Band.
Lizzy Borden - My Midnight Things
TNT - XIII
Black Sabbath - Sabotage (2016 reissue)
Picked up 5 CDS at a flea market today.
Metal Church - S/T
Robert Cray - Strong Persuader
Mary Chapin Carpenter - Shootin' Straight In The Dark
Mary Chapin Carpenter - Come On Come On
Mary Chapin Carpenter - Stones In The Road
I picked up 13 CDs today at a fleamarket.
Christopher Franke - Babylon 5 Vol. 1 (think it is signed too)
Christopher Franke - Babylon 5 Vol.
(I got these because I'm a huge fan of the show. I'm actually in the middle of a rewatch too)
AC/DC - Stiff Upper Lip
AC/DC - Live
Alter Bridge - Blackbird (Unopened)
Sting - Ten Summoner's Tales
Guns N' Roses - Appetite For Destruction
Van Halen - Balance
Night Ranger - Feeding Off The Mojo
Confederate Railroad - S/T
Europe - The Final Countdown
Kiss - Rock And Roll Over
U2 - War
I like that Blackbird album.
I will let you know what I think once I get to listening to it. I may throw it in the Brief CD Review Thoughts thread.
I'm interested to see. I think it's strong front to back. I'm trying to remember if it's Blackbird or III that opened my eyes (or shall I say ears) to how good Scott Phillips is on the drums.
Bought Every Mother's Nightmare-Screaming Delta Voodoo-it is a reissue from the early 2000's. Excellent album
CO-OP-S/T-debut album by Alice Cooper's son Dash and Dash's band. It is really good. It has a classic rock sound with some modern elements as well.
November was my last update? Hmmm... Time to show my face around here, maybe...
But where you were you when Jon and myself were both pushing the first Space Elevator album????
I was here, paying attention listening carefully , and doing good solid research