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#91630 - 04/20/05 01:35 PM Re: your very first album
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Registered: 01/21/04
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Loc: San Angelo, TX
i had a 3x5 foot tapestry(remember those?) of that 'Killers' album cover tacked on the ceiling above my bed.. so i opened my eyes to that bloody axe every morning.. ah, the memories...

i really think i scared my parents, but to their credit, they never really tried to restrict me much. my mom HATED that tapestry, but dad just thought it was stupid.

BTW- i still think Number of the Beast is the best maiden cover ever. theres all kinds of demons and evil things going on inside the flames on the bottom of the cover.

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#91631 - 04/20/05 04:43 PM Re: your very first album
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K-tel "The car went beep beep beep, while riding in my cadillac, much to my suprise......"
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#91632 - 04/20/05 05:38 PM Re: your very first album
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Hey buddy, how do I get this car .. out .. of .. sec .. ond .. geeeeeeeeear!
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#91633 - 04/20/05 05:46 PM Re: your very first album
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Registered: 02/26/05
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Loc: Vero Beach, Florida
In reply to:

Hey buddy, how do I get this car .. out .. of .. sec .. ond .. geeeeeeeeear!




I was considered 'uppity' class....my '70's something tan Pinto station wagon (borrowed from Mom!) had an automatic. What a chick magnet that thing was!
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#91634 - 04/20/05 05:50 PM Re: your very first album
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Registered: 12/02/03
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Loc: Round Rock, Texas
As long as it did not explode...

We had two in our family at one time...both 4 speeds though.

"Napalm on Wheels..." How's that for engineering for ya?

Along with the green '72 Ford Maverick with three on the tree...talk about a chick magnet...

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#91635 - 04/20/05 08:40 PM Re: your very first album
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Registered: 08/25/04
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Loc: Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada
Whoops, Edited :

Album #1 -- Meddle -- Pink Floyd

Album #2 -- Electronic Realizations for Rock Orchestra -- Synergy (Larry Fast)

Album #3 -- forget the title (spaceman/earth something -- Rick Wakeman

Album #4 -- Brain Salad Surgery -- Emerson Lake & Palmer

Scarred for life...


Edited by bridgman (04/20/05 08:45 PM)

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#91636 - 04/20/05 10:06 PM Re: your very first album
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John:
I had Rick Wakeman's "Journey to the Center of the Earth" as an early (and well-liked) album. Is that what you're thinking of?
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#91637 - 04/20/05 10:28 PM Re: your very first album
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Registered: 08/25/04
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Loc: Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada
I think it was the one after Journey... actually that was the album I was looking for but the store was out of stock so I got the next one...

<hold on, this is stupid, it's not like I don't know how to use Google, just feeling lazy>

Ahh, here we go. "No Earthly Connection". Six Wives, Journey, Court of.. , No Earthly..., White Rock...

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#91638 - 04/20/05 10:55 PM Re: your very first album
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Loc: Iowa
Brotherbob, how funny, my first car was my mom's 78 Ford Pinto Wagon. It was brown with the wood grain panels on the outside, and the gold plade seats. But I tell ya, with my Pioneer 6 x 9's and JVC deck with Tancredi equilizer booster, I was the $hit. Actually once I got my 81 Camaro, then I was the $hit. memories, how awesome they are....
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#91639 - 04/21/05 01:59 AM Re: your very first album
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Registered: 03/12/05
Posts: 278
Loc: St. Albert, Alberta
My first car was a 1968 Ford Cyclone with a 289 in it. Kinda of looked like a Javelin. It was a cool car. They only made them for 3 years. Bought it in 1979 and cost me the princely sum of $125. I sold it 8 months later (it was starting to die) and replaced it with a humungous 1968 4-door Dodge Polaris for $175. It was a land yacht with standard brakes and standard steering. The steering wheel as the size of a buses and it was a female dog to turn when going slow (armstrong steering). Another 8 months later (and 2 days before Christmas) I blew the engine while driving the TransCanada highway about 18 hours into a 42 hour round-the-clock drive home to Toronto from Edmonton. It was about -28 degrees celcius out and I had to walk a mile in the prairie winds to a phone (no cellphones back then), called a cab, walked back, waited, piled my stuff into the cab, pulled the plates off the car, left the vehicle on the side of the highway, got a lift to the Winnipeg train station and pulled into Toronto train station late Christmas eve.

I didn't buy another car for 4 years. But I sure learned a lot about how to repair old junkers.

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