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Your latest cd or DVD purchase

Started by Teunis, Fri, 2005-11-11, 19:38:28

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Teunis

I started this topic on the Toto messageboard as well and it's quite popular.

Tell us what your latest cd or DVD purchase is. You can also add if you would recommend it to us, or that it is better to save the money in your pocket  ;).

My latest cd purchase is Stream of Passion - 'Embrace the Storm' and like I mentioned on the 'other bands' forum, I like it very much.

My latest DVD purchase is Electric Light Orchestra - 'Out of the Blue tour' (1978). Though the sound is not what we are used to nowadays, it's still a great DVD. 'Out of the blue' is my favorite ELO album and it's great to see the live performance of those beautiful tracks.
'I will surrender my heart to the sky
Oh, our love doesn't end here, it lives forever on the wings of time'
-------------------------------------------------------
Toto - Wings of time (Kingdom of Desire)

Peter

My latest CD+DVD purchase was the 2 different versions of Stream of Passion :D
Arriving somewhere, but not here....

Appelmoes??

Quote from: Peter on Fri, 2005-11-11, 20:59:45
My latest CD+DVD purchase was the 2 different versions of Stream of Passion :D
Now that's a hardcore Arjen fan :D

My last was the new Neal Morse album "?".
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PH

My latest purchase was 3 albums of Frank Klepacki: 'Morphscape', 'Rocktronic' and his latest 'Virtual Control'.
They rock your socks of.
(That's why I don't want to wear socks when I'm listening to rock. (That's why I want to wear my red-black bathroom mules* to Kino))

* Can someone confirm that this is the right translation of the things you wear on your feet when going to a swimming pool or beach or something?

Peter

Quote from: PH on Fri, 2005-11-11, 21:44:08
My latest purchase was 3 albums of Frank Klepacki: 'Morphscape', 'Rocktronic' and his latest 'Virtual Control'.
They rock your socks of.
(That's why I don't want to wear socks when I'm listening to rock. (That's why I want to wear my red-black bathroom mules* to Kino))

* Can someone confirm that this is the right translation of the things you wear on your feet when going to a swimming pool or beach or something?

"flip-flops", I'd say....
Arriving somewhere, but not here....

maddox

My latest are Neal Morse - ?, Riverside - Second Life Syndrome and RPWL - Start The Fire: Live

Comming up: Roine Stolt - Wall Street VooDoo and Dream Theater - When Day & Dream Re-unite, from DT's official bootlegs site "ytsejam records".

MAD.  8)

Cause of Injury: Lack of Adhesive Ducks.

marcello

My latest CD purchase was The Cry - Arena

My latest DVD purchase was "The League of Gentlemen" complete box set
What will I be, When Winter comes again, and were wrapped up in furs, and life has begun again

Wilford Jr.

My latezt CD purchase is Nolan and Wakeman "Jabberwockey".
No longer feeling anything
Fading fast
Nothing lasts
Beyond the waking hour

Appelmoes??

Today I bougth Marillion - Best of 2 worlds and U2 - Best of 1980 - 1990
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HelenDo

3 recent CD purchases:

Pink Floyd - Wish You were Here (back stocking!)
Fish - Bouillabaisse
Arena - Contagion (haven't had time to listen to it yet though) :(

Helenxxx

Appelmoes??

Quote from: HelenDo on Mon, 2005-11-14, 22:41:46
Arena - Contagion (haven't had time to listen to it yet though) :(
But have you heard it before?
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rocker666

Quote from: HelenDo on Mon, 2005-11-14, 22:41:46


Fish - Bouillabaisse


Helenxxx

Having heard none of Fish's solo work - would you recommend this as a good starting point, what's his work like?

Si
Chaos is the Law of Nature
Order is the Dream of Man

JJ II

QuoteHaving heard none of Fish's solo work - would you recommend this as a good starting point, what's his work like?

Shame on you! Personally I'd advise you to buy "Vigil in the Wilderness of Mirrors" and "Sunsets on Empire". Two real good studio-albums.

But you can always start with the best-off ofcourse.

My latest purchases: Stream of Passion - Embrace the Storm (CD/DVD) and IQ - Live in London (DVD)

HelenDo

To answer both my questions:

Applemoes - No I hven't heard Contagion before and I still haven't had time to listen to it (busy in Aylesbury at a Marillion concert)

Rocker666 - Re Bouilllebasse - I still need to listen to it more, but I would say there are some really good tracks on it. Especially on the 2nd disc, which has the rockier tracks.

Sorry to disapoint you JJ II, but I suspect this will be the only solo Fish CD I buy. I saw him at the Mean Fiddler in London last Saturday and I have to say it was an excellent gig.

Helenxxx

Wilford Jr.

I recently bought Arena's Live and Life cd.
No longer feeling anything
Fading fast
Nothing lasts
Beyond the waking hour

Deenfan

I bought "Fear is the key" by Alistair MacLean...

Appelmoes??

I bought myself some birthday persents yesterday :)

- Back to the Future 4 DVD set
- Batman begins

- Racoon - Here we go stereo
- AC/DC - Blow up your video
- AC/DC - If you want blood
- Aerosmith - Greatest Hits 1978-1988
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Wilford Jr.

I recently bought Nolan and Wakeman's "Hound of the Baskervilles"
No longer feeling anything
Fading fast
Nothing lasts
Beyond the waking hour

keyboardistmatt

Quote from: Wilford Jr. on Fri, 2005-11-18, 18:00:15
I recently bought Nolan and Wakeman's "Hound of the Baskervilles"

...and very good it is too! ;)
...Is this just a dream I'm in?

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Higgins III

I recently purchased 'the day after tomorrow'. Its a good film. The graphics are really good but the story behind it does need some work...
...wot does the rest of the alphabet equal?

keyboardistmatt

Quote from: Higgins III on Sat, 2005-11-19, 15:41:13
I recently purchased 'the day after tomorrow'. Its a good film. The graphics are really good but the story behind it does need some work...

Not that any work can be done to it now... ::)
...Is this just a dream I'm in?

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PH

I was planning to complete my Arena collection, so today I bought Immortal?.

(And a Kino-Picture CD for Cyborg-Frask, my cousin, this is gonna cost you! LOL)

Spad

Latest CDs purchase (all in once):

- Roger Waters "Amused To Death"
- John Petrucci & Jordan Rudess "An Evening With"
- Camel "Breathless"

Total amount: 25€ (not bad, isn't it?  :D ).

Does it to matter to you?
In the lions' cage we're all the same.

Appelmoes??

Bought:

AC/DC - Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
AC/DC - For Those About to Rock
AC/DC - Fly on the Wall

Rammstein - Rosenrot

(Yes, I am building up a AC/DC collection :) )
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PH

Quote from: Appelmoes?? on Wed, 2005-11-23, 18:57:24
Bought:

AC/DC - Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
AC/DC - For Those About to Rock
AC/DC - Fly on the Wall

Rammstein - Rosenrot

(Yes, I am building up a AC/DC collection :) )

What exactly is AC/DC? What genre? Like which band etc etc.?