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nannyflav

  18 months ago

Relive Your Past By Listening to the First Music You Ever Bought No Matter What It Was No Excuses Day"!
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Today is "Relive Your Past By Listening to the First Music You Ever Bought No Matter What It Was No Excuses Day"! So what was the first music you ever bought?
Mine was Hermans Hermits I'm into something good it was about 1964 when I was nine my mam and dad had just bought me a record player, I still have that old single in my loft battered and bruised How about you lot
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punk_in_drublic

  18 months ago
I bought two Iron Maiden records, Killers and The Number of the Beast.
I'm not listening to those today, though, I've got other musical plans.
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davidnash48

  18 months ago
The first sing I ever bought with my own money was "No more Mr nice guy" Alice Cooper.
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bawbag

  18 months ago
"My Generation" by the Who.
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helenaanndillon

  18 months ago
My first song was beautiful by James blunt
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steppenwolf_a_558

  18 months ago
Is there a prize for "most ludicrous name for a day"?
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GeysirGal

  18 months ago
The first music I ever bought was Abba's Greatest Hits on vinyl. I still have it, although I have most of their songs on CDs or downloads as well now. The vinyl LP cost me £3.99 and I had to save about 2 months worth of pocket money to afford it.
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Mollygirl

  18 months ago
Mine was Sugar Sugar by the Archies. It was actually printed on the back of a cereal box, and Mom thought it would never play. It did, and we wore it out. I still hear it on the radio from time to time.
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