I remember my first actual album purchase (vinyl, up to that point I'd been spending .50 on 45s). It was Kool & The Gang, "Wild and Peaceful". I bought it for the hits "Jungle Boogie" and "Hollywood Swinging". Wheee, I feel old now ! ;D
Cassette, it was the ren and stimpy show tape.
it was my first tape.
45's Lp's and 8 tracks!
Cassette. Alanis Morrisette- Jagged Little Pill. Who buys MP3's? :P
Agreed! It's still one of my favorites today.
First one that I actually purchased with my own money was Shaun Cassidy on Vinyl in the late 70's, I think I was in 5th grade and my favorite song was ♪♪Da Doo Ron Ron♪♪
My first album was Michael Jackson-Thriller in 1984,on cassette. <br />
First vinyl record-Colour By Numbers by Culture Club in 1985.<br />
First CD was Here Today Tomorrow Next Week by The Sugarcubes in1991.<br />
Aaaahhh memories...<br />
Of the 3 I still have the Thriller tape-but no tape pla<x>yer! :/
Cassette Guns N Roses Appitite for Destruction, Metallica Justice for All....and so on.
Vinyl - purchase. Reel to Reel recording
High Fi Fidelity......albums, and 45's
tapes and records
CD. Had some Scorpions and stuff when I was 10-12 :P
It was CD
Cassette, ZZ top. Aw ****, I forgot. I bought a 45 of Joan Jett before that.
A 45 single back in '83...it was Joan Jett's..."I love Rock n Roll"...:) I wore that record out...for my 1st full length LP...it was Duran Duran's...."Seven and the Ragged Tiger"....<br />
Those were the days.....!
Vinyl. I even have some old Beatles and Smokey Robinson 45's.<br />
But I'll tell ya, a good analog recording through a very powerful tube amp (mine can heat up a small house) is heavenly - too much drops out of digital sampling. And, you should hear Ella or Lady Day renditions of Harold Arlen tunes. You can't get that smooth silkiness out of an MP3.