Last album you bought?
AnythingOld last edited by AnythingOld
That's my favorite album. With the exception of two missing songs, it has all their hits.
Madonna - Ray of Light!
andergarcia last edited by andergarcia
@brvkg03 I love it!!!
Prince - Sign O The Times (Super Deluxe) (2020)
"Sign o' the Times" – 4:56
"Play in the Sunshine" – 5:05
"Housequake" – 4:42
"The Ballad of Dorothy Parker" – 4:02
"It" – 5:09
"Starfish and Coffee" – 2:50 (Prince/Susannah Melvoin)
"Slow Love" – 4:22 (Prince/Carole Davis)
"Hot Thing" – 5:39
"Forever in My Life" – 3:30
"U Got the Look" – 3:47
"If I Was Your Girlfriend" – 5:01
"Strange Relationship" – 4:01
"I Could Never Take the Place of Your Man" – 6:29
"The Cross" – 4:49
"It's Gonna Be a Beautiful Night" – 9:01 (Prince/Doctor Fink/Eric Leeds)
"Adore" – 6:30
@ricky Enya is so good! I use her music to relax many times
Defected - Miami - 2019
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I'm going to interpret this question liberally and answer with the last album I added to my YouTube Music library wholesale, as opposed to my usual pick-and-choose approach to music in the streaming era. That album would be:
Ironically, I couldn't stand this album when it came out. The big hits off of it were all earworms and the upbeat, devil-may-care timbre of all of them was pretty much the last thing I wanted anywhere around me.
In all fairness, though, the tail end of the aughts was a rough stretch for me overall. I was bootstrapping my life back to something approaching tolerable after a felony DUI (capricious charge, personally I think that anyone who's [un]lucky enough to survive driving right off the middle of a bridge ~70' into the creek below deserves a misdemeanor at most, regardless of their BAC ) and getting sober while dealing with the 18 months of statutory driver's license revocation. On most days during that chapter of life my mood was foul, and that's being charitable; some days I might as well have been Satan's new apprentice. Anything that even tangentially highlighted the fact that I had neither vehicle nor a license to use one would've done well to give me a very wide berth.
Anyhow that feels like an aeon ago now and I've (thankfully, though far too slowly in hindsight) long since pulled my head out of my ass, and once again I'm most often found bopping in my seat to one sickly sweet, bubblegummy Pop tune or another from any time in the last 60 years. When a song off this album was used behind some show I watched last year and I realized who and what it was, I felt I owed the guy a solid for channeling as much malevolance in his direction as I did when it came out, even though the first third of it is what I call "cabbage."
P.S. In the interest of full disclosure, I did purchase a bona fide, physical E.P. since adding this to my library, that being the latest release of my alma mater's all-male a cappella group. As a devoted alum and former a cappella singer myself I make a point to purchase outright all the new releases from their current slate of ensembles, regardless of gender. I chose not to cite it here because, well, then all you fuckers would know where I went to school.
If there are any collegiate a cappella nerds among you though, PM me and I'll clue you in to who they are...their material isn't as good as we had in my day, but damn-it if the twinky little fuckers don't sound like angels anyway!
Djaimin feat. Crystal Re-Clear
Give You (Jamie Lewis, Pastaboys, DJaimin, Groove Assassin & Original Mixes)
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Jamie Cullum's christmas album.
I have all of his albums, except the one he was selling out of the trunk of his car before he made it big.
Beyonce or Lorde. Kinda just using spotify but I would download tons of albums, Britney's being my favorite to listen everywhere.
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OK, I'm struggling to remember the last album I purchased. So, I'll just share with you the first CD I purchased! And it was worth every single penny.
andergarcia last edited by andergarcia
(Actually a gift from my partner )
Mariah Carey - The Rarities
- “Here We Go Around Again” (1990)
- “Can You Hear Me” (1991)
- “Do You Think of Me?” (1993)
- “Everything Fades Away” (1993)
- “All I Live For” (1993)
- “One Night” (1995)
- “Slipping Away” (1996)
- “Out Here on My Own” (2000)
- “Loverboy” (2001 – Firecracker Original Version)
- “I Pray” (2005)
- “Cool on You” (2007)
- “Mesmerized” (2012)
- “Lullaby of Birdland” (2014 – Live)
- “Save the Day” (2020 – with Lauryn Hill)
- “Close My Eyes” (2020 – Acoustic)
@anythingold : Excellent first CD choice!
@andergarcia : How cute he is!
Dubtribe Sound System
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Sia – Music Songs From & Inspired By The Motion Picture (2021)
01 – Together
02 – Hey Boy
03 – Saved My Life
04 – Floating Through Space
05 – Eye To Eye
06 – Music
07 – 1 + 1
08 – Courage To Change
09 – Play Dumb
10 – Beautiful Things Can Happen
11 – Lie To Me
12 – Oblivion (Feat. Labrinth)
13 – Miracle
14 – Hey Boy (Feat. Burna Boy)
Defected presents In The Haus - DJ Haus
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Steven Wilson – The Future Bites (2021)
01 – Unself
02 – Self
03 – King Ghost
04 – 12 Things I Forgot
05 – Eminent Sleaze
06 – Man Of The People
07 – Personal Shopper
08 – Follower
09 – Count Of Unease
10 – Unself (Instrumental)
11 – Self (Instrumental)
12 – King Ghost (Instrumental)
13 – 12 Things I Forgot (Instrumental)
14 – Eminent Sleaze (Instrumental)
15 – Man Of The People (Instrumental)
16 – Personal Shopper (Instrumental)
17 – Follower (Instrumental)
18 – Count Of Unease (Instrumental)
19 – Personal Shopper (Extended Remix)
20 – Unself (Long Version)
21 – Ha Bloody Ha
22 – Move Like A Fever
23 – King Ghost (Extended Remix)
24 – I Am Cliche
25 – Wave The White Flag
26 – Eminent Sleaze (Extended Remix)
27 – In Pieces
28 – Every Kingdom Falls
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