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AbbeyRoadCrosser's (TJ) Music Collection

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Last post 28/11/2011

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      I'm going to post my current CD collection and keep adding as I get more.
      I'm not going to include any MP3 albums and I'm too lazy to put into alphabetical order.

      Aerosmith: The Ultimate Collection
      Aerosmith
      Aerosmith: Get Your Wings
      Aerosmith: Toys in the Attics
      Aerosmith: Rocks
      Aerosmith: Draw the Line
      AC/DC: Back in Black
      The Band
      The Beatles Mono Box Set
      The Beatles: Live at the BBC
      The Beatle: Anthology 2
      The Beatles: Anthology 3
      The Beatles: Love
      Bob Dylan: The Times They Are A Changin'
      Bob Dylan: Bringing It All Back Home
      Bob Dylan: Blood on the Tracks
      Bob Dylan: Slow Train Coming
      The Byrds: Mr. Tambourine Man
      Johnny Cash: Live at Folsom Prison
      U2: Boy (2CD deluxe edition)
      U2: October (2 CD)
      U2: Under a Blood Red Sky (CD/DVD)
      U2: The Unforgettable Fire (2 CD)
      U2: Rattle and Hum
      U2: Achtung Baby Super Deluxe Edition
      U2: Zooropa
      Passengers: Original Soundtracks 1
      U2: Pop
      U2: The Best of 1990-2000 & B-Sides
      U2: All That You Can't Leave Behind
      U2: How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb
      U2: No Line on the Horizon
      Paul McCartney: McCartney (Deluxe Edition)
      Paul McCartney: Band On the Run (Deluxe Edition
      Paul McCartney: McCartney II (Deluxe)
      Paul McCartney: Tripping the Live Fantastic
      Paul McCartney: Off the Ground
      Paul McCartney: Flaming Pie
      Paul McCartney: Driving Rain
      Paul McCartney: Chaos and Creation in the Backyard
      The Fireman: Electric Arguments
      Paul McCartney: Kisses On The Bottom
      Paul McCartney: Good Evening New York City (Deluxe)
      Simon and Garfunkel: Bridge Over Troubled Water
      Foo Fighters: Greatest Hits
      Foo Fighters: The Color and The Shape
      The Beach Boys: Pet Sounds
      The Beach Boys: SMiLE Sessions 2CD
      John Lennon: Rock 'n' Roll
      John Lennon: Walls and Bridges
      The Who: The Who Sell Out (Deluxe)
      Elvis Costello: The First 10 Years
      Elvis Costello: My Aim is True
      Elvis Costello: This Year's Model
      Elvis Costello: Armed Forces (2 CD)
      Elvis Costello: Get Happy!!
      Elvis Costello: Almost Blue
      Elvis Costello: Trust
      Elvis Costello: Imperial Bedroom (2CD)
      Elvis Costello: Punch the Clock (2 CD)
      Elvis Costello: King Of America (2 CD)
      Elvis Costello: Blood & Chocolate (2 CD)
      Elvis Costello: Spike (2 CD)
      Elvis Costello: Brutal Youth
      Elvis Costello: All This Useless Beauty
      Elvis Costello: When I Was Cruel
      Elvis Costello: The Delivery Man
      Elvis Costello: Noodles
      Elvis Costello: Secret, Profane, and Sugarcane

        Hey, AbbeyRoadCrosser, we should do a 'send in your Paul merchandise photo' thread. Have pictures of fans and all there Beatles records and Paul stuff!

          you have some Aerosmith albums,have you seen steven tyler's version of Abbey road http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-0IW57a2gs

            My song of the day is Lemon by U2 of their 1993 album Zooropa.

            Heres a live performance from 1993
            http://m.youtube.com/index?desktop_uri=%2F&gl=US#/watch?v=lV0eLxBbzUk

              Nice collection ARC! You have not even begun to discovery the McCartney catalogue, thats the funny thing. WOA, RRS, V&M, Ram, MAF, BTTE, Wild Life. Have fun with all that!

              Nice going having those 2 John records, those are both really well done. You should do a mix CD combining those 2. Might as well, right? Its sweet :cool: and nice Beatles Mono Box. that I do not have. I should ask Santa for it for Christmas!

                kapoo:Nice collection ARC! You have not even begun to discovery the McCartney catalogue, thats the funny thing. WOA, RRS, V&M, Ram, MAF, BTTE, Wild Life. Have fun with all that!

                Nice going having those 2 John records, those are both really well done. You should do a mix CD combining those 2. Might as well, right? Its sweet :cool: and nice Beatles Mono Box. that I do not have. I should ask Santa for it for Christmas!

                Thanks kapoo. Looking at this list I reliaze I haven't even really started my collection yet, there is still so much more to get and new artists to explore. I'm being stopped short by my parents who think I buy too much music.

                And I have heard Ram by buying the mp3 but the rest I'm really excited for. A shame Macca's catalogue is mostly off the shelf for a the newbies like me to discover.

                  Today I bought How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb by U2. First impression are good. Better than their other albums of the decade.

                    Found Zooropa at a used Cd store today and picked it up for 4.31
                    This album is just as good as the acclaimed Achtung Baby, but with less fans. My second favorite U2 album. Very dark album, even the soft Stay (Faraway, So Close!) has some dark lyrics. I think the whole album can be summed up by saying the last track is Johnny Cash singing over a series of electronic loops. Too cool.

                      AbbeyRoadCrosser:Found Zooropa at a used Cd store today and picked it up for 4.31
                      This album is just as good as the acclaimed Achtung Baby, but with less fans. My second favorite U2 album. Very dark album, even the soft Stay (Faraway, So Close!) has some dark lyrics. I think the whole album can be summed up by saying the last track is Johnny Cash singing over a series of electronic loops. Too cool.

                      I remember picking Zooropa up under similar circumstances about 11 years ago. I really liked it, especially Lemon, and especially since my expectations were quite low. I also love the Wanderer song with Johnny Cash, and Dirty Day is a real grower. It's not quite up to Achtung Baby standards though.

                      PS. £4.31?? You could have got a used copy off Amazon for a tiny fraction of that, so don't brag! Good to support real record stores though.
                      PPS. How come Achtung Baby isn't on your list?

                        illwobble:

                        AbbeyRoadCrosser:Found Zooropa at a used Cd store today and picked it up for 4.31
                        This album is just as good as the acclaimed Achtung Baby, but with less fans. My second favorite U2 album. Very dark album, even the soft Stay (Faraway, So Close!) has some dark lyrics. I think the whole album can be summed up by saying the last track is Johnny Cash singing over a series of electronic loops. Too cool.

                        I remember picking Zooropa up under similar circumstances about 11 years ago. I really liked it, especially Lemon, and especially since my expectations were quite low. I also love the Wanderer song with Johnny Cash, and Dirty Day is a real grower. It's not quite up to Achtung Baby standards though.

                        PS. £4.31?? You could have got a used copy off Amazon for a tiny fraction of that, so don't brag! Good to support real record stores though.
                        PPS. How come Achtung Baby isn't on your list?

                        Yes, Lemon is great. I also love Zooropa and Daddy's Gonna Pay.

                        And that's $4.31 in dollars, but I still could have gotten it cheaper. And I downloaded Achtung Baby, so I don't have it on CD but I have the Super Deluxe edition coming in for Christmas.

                          While looking up new artists I found Said the Whale. Quintet from Canada with 2 albums and a few EPs to their name. I must say after downloading a couple of their EPs that their a real great band. My new favorite indie band. And the keyboard player...