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    The first two I bought, together with my first cd player, were Pink Floyd, a momentary lapse of reason and Talk Talk, the colour of Spring.

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    Kitaro - Oasis I think in 1986
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    Quote Originally Posted by noisynoise View Post
    I bought Invisible Touch in 1986 at Lechmere the day before I bought my first CD player.
    I bought quite a bit of my vinyl at Lechmere in Dedham when I was a teenager. The record department was run by an older guy who had no idea about rock music. I can recall things like Jethro Tull being in the T section. They used to stack up the better-selling stuff on tables in the front of the department instead of in the bins. I picked up a copy of Hot Rocks there, and found out years later it's the recalled "Shelley" version with the alternate Brown Sugar and Wild Horses on it.

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    Ozric Tentacles Erpland in 1990. Upon release, I couldn't find the vinyl anywhere in Belgium where I was living at the times. So I bought the CD and a Hi-Fi CD player (to listen to it) as well.
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    Triumvirat (Spartacus, Illusions, and Mediteranean Tales) in a single batch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conti View Post
    Triumvirat (Spartacus, Illusions, and Mediteranean Tales) in a single batch.
    Quite a triumphant trifecta there, for certain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conti View Post
    Triumvirat (Spartacus, Illusions, and Mediteranean Tales) in a single batch.
    Spartacus and Old Loves were 2 of the first three I bought, as part of my vinyl reawakening in the mid to late 2000s. The third being Focus 3.
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