mine was this bohemian guy playing ukulele, acoustic guitar, african drums, and other tribal instruments.. i got the album when i went with my father to see him at some festival-type thing when i was about 7 (my parents are VERY boho). i wish i could remember who it was but the record snapped in half... one.. day.... when i... kind of..... threw it.:
Good god! I have a horror story about the NKOTB...
CD (1986): Beatles' Please Please Me
album/cassette (1983?): Men at Work, the one with "Land Down Under"
7" single (1984): Prince's "When Doves Cry", but when did the "Axel F Theme" come out? Maybe that was earlier.
12" single (1984): not sure; prolly Prince's "I Would Die 4 U"/"Another Lonely Christmas"
first paid download: can't remember; probably Moz's AOL live set
actually me mum bought it, to annoy me, on familybirthdays, cause my
real name is theo
she always makes jokes about it, that Vicky was my fav. , she knew
I got upset
I can smile about it now, but at that time it was terrible
i never was really a single buyer, me brother was....but I remeber buying
'needles and pins'from Smokie for my Nephew's birtday
I can't remember something else buying when i was childhood class
[we have a very different schoolsystem than the USA]
WHEN i WAS 13, and in my 1 or 2nd class bought lust for life -Iggy pop
it was a giant hit during carnaval, punk was totally cool
I stop, cause it takes at least 6 years when I bought Hatful of Hollow
x-mass time 1984 on a trip to London, knowing the Smiths already a year