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BOSsportsfan34
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#1 Posted on 6.10.05 1638.09
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For me, it was Journey.
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#2 Posted on 6.10.05 1650.24
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    Originally posted by BOSsportsfan34
    For me, it was Journey.

I know he has fans here and I don't want them to hate me or anything, but -- Weird Al. (His debut album was the first album I ever bought, actually.)

Also, Chicago. (Specifically, 17.)

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#3 Posted on 6.10.05 1721.10
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I'll agree with you Karlos. I still listen to Weird Al ocasionally, and I may even buy any theoretical future CDs, but ... it's not the kind of thing I tell people on the first date*.

But I have no problem telling random people on the Internet.


*Disclaimer: I haven't actually been on a date in a while either. Please contain your shock.
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#4 Posted on 6.10.05 1732.04
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The Oakridge Boys, Statler Brothers, and Kenny Rogers. Old school country, that was my family.
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#5 Posted on 6.10.05 2039.25
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You kn ow, I have thought about this, and I am not embarassed about any of them. Heck, I LOVED Journey and still enjoy a little "lights". I have three or four Barry Manilow albums. I even enjoyed Liberace (more as a funny guy than as a pianist). I have everything from Sex Pistols to Tommy Dorsey Band, from Beatles to Baha Men.

What to be embarassed of? It's not like I have N'synch CDs.
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#6 Posted on 6.10.05 2042.46
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M.C Hammer....
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#7 Posted on 6.10.05 2131.42
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DC Talk, because I'm a Jesus freak.
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#8 Posted on 6.10.05 2243.45
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When my new girlfriend confessed that she likes Weird Al, I knew she was a keeper.

As for me, I used to run CrashTestDummies.com. That answers the question right there.
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#9 Posted on 6.10.05 2244.50
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I bought a couple M.C. Hammer tapes in a row and I had Vanilla Ice's first tape too.
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#10 Posted on 6.10.05 2301.40
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The first cassette I ever bought was Tiffany's debut album. Awful.

I also listened to a lot of rap in the early 90's. The worst album I owned was by Daddy Freddy.
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#11 Posted on 6.10.05 2353.10
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    Originally posted by RecklessEric
    M.C Hammer....


I have MC Hammer's first couple of cds, I'm not ashamed of them at all, I like them. I am however very ashamed that I have Hammer's (he dropped the MC) attempt at gangster rap. eww.


I think I can beat you all though, I own the New Kids on the Block Christmas album.
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#12 Posted on 7.10.05 0024.11
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ABBA and Winger (Damn you Beavis & Butthead....damn you)
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#13 Posted on 7.10.05 0658.43
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Every Hanson album.

I'm not so ashamed at the newer ones, they are actually good. The older ones, and the Christmas album are the embarassing ones.
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#14 Posted on 7.10.05 0748.02
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    Originally posted by AWArulz
    You know, I have thought about this, and I am not embarassed about any of them.


I am with AWA on this one. I still listen to everything I listened to back then.

Favs when I was younger were David Wilcox, Teenage Head, George Thorogood and the Destroyers

I will admit I get a little red-faced when I admit to having Michael Jackson albums.....
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#15 Posted on 7.10.05 0813.26
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C + C Music Factory
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#16 Posted on 7.10.05 0852.35
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Why do people love to hate Journey? I dont get it. Catchy songs, good musicianship and good memories.


Anyhow, I used to be a big TWISTED SISTER fan....
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#17 Posted on 7.10.05 0914.29
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A lot of the bands mentioned are still fine-Journey, ABBA,Chicago. Man, I still love Chicago 17-it's a hard habit to break.

There is, however, no excuse for me liking Celine Dion in the mid-90s, just as she started releasing albums in English. Falling Into You stands out like an eyesore in my CD collection. Fortunately, I got sick of her with the chest-pumping Titanic video.
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#18 Posted on 7.10.05 0927.58
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Olivia Newton John - My sister gave me the *8-Track* of the Physical album when I was a kid.

Oddly enough, I'm not ashamed of Men Without Hats....
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#19 Posted on 7.10.05 0935.49
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    Originally posted by The Goon
    A lot of the bands mentioned are still fine-Journey, ABBA,Chicago. Man, I still love Chicago 17-it's a hard habit to break.

    There is, however, no excuse for me liking Celine Dion in the mid-90s, just as she started releasing albums in English. Falling Into You stands out like an eyesore in my CD collection. Fortunately, I got sick of her with the chest-pumping Titanic video.




Well...

I have those ones too, but they fall into the category of "I bought those for my wife" CDs....
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#20 Posted on 7.10.05 1002.09
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    Originally posted by The Goon
    There is, however, no excuse for me liking Celine Dion in the mid-90s, just as she started releasing albums in English. Falling Into You stands out like an eyesore in my CD collection. Fortunately, I got sick of her with the chest-pumping Titanic video.



I have to admit, I liked her at the time too. I even saw her in concert. A friend of mine LOVES to tease me about that, which is retarded, seeing as how she willingly - happily, even - went with me.

I like to justify this brief but horrifying time by saying that Celine Dion wasn't quite as obnoxious back then. I could be wrong, of course, but I do think her earlier English stuff was just standard pop radio blah and not quite the melodramatic diva bullshit it became.

And now that I've spent two paragraphs talking about how I used to enjoy the music of Celine Dion, I'm just going to duck out here and shoot myself in the face. Bye!
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