Music I like
Que se yo!
Anyone have the Edward Scissorhands soundtrack?
Rightnow I'm listening to some weird stuff. When I find something I
like, I'll put it up here. For now, this is under construction... To see
a list of the CDs that I've been spinning recently, check out my interests page. If your in the mood to buy a CD, go
to cd connection or try out some
of the other stores and resources on my links
[17 April 96] Check out CD
Connection! A week ago, I ordered the Ladyhawke Soundtrack and Vilma
Palma's 3980 from them. Totally amazed that they actually had them both
listed in the forsale catalog I jumped on the order. I still had my
doubts. I've found Ladyhawke listed a few other places, but nobody
actually seemed to have it. And as for Vilma Palma, nobody had even heard
of it. Well, the CD Connection order came in faster than I expected.
And, I was totally shocked to open the box to find Ladyhwake sitting
there, with Vilma Palma below! It's a great place, and the prices are
[30 March 96] Yesterday, I heard a band play
"Brown-eyed girl" as I was waling by the MSC. Seesh. What an awesome
song. I just had to have it. So I checked all the record stores by
campus. Nope, nobody had it. After getting home from work, I checked the
one by our house. No luck. Off the Hastings. I found it. The Van
Morrison CD with two versions. Then, to make sure, I checked in the MUSE
computer to see if I had the versions. I saw there that the other version
was an 'uncensored' version. Uh oh. I don't like that idea. Was it,
like, really perverted or something? I then glanced through all the CDs
that had it. Suddenly I noticed that it was on the Wonder-years CD. I
have the Wonderyears CD. I already had it! I knew I had it on tape, but
had totally forgot about that CD! Arrghhh. Anyway, I still decided to
rrun over to Circuit city and the mall. I special-ordered Ladyhawke for
Art. Then, at circuit city, I suddenly got this 80s binge. Then, I
noticed that almost all the 80s stuff I was looking for was foreign: Nena,
Falco, Europe. I got Europe - Final Countdown had the songs I wanted. I
also had Walk Like an Egyptian in my head from Kids Klub, and bought the
Bangels greatest hits. Some Eros Ramazzotti and Xuxa to round it out.
Wow, I guess I've always had some type of tinge for foreign. And again, I
fulfilled the new adage: If go saying that you absolutely will buy a
certain CD, you probably wont find it and will end up buying a lot more
that you hadn't planned on.
Anyway. Later that night, like really
late I started to pay my credit card bills. I must've been in a spending
mode, because I ordered Sassy, Forbes, and a couple of other magazines
from one credit card offer. Another had a 1800 MUSICNOW thing. It said
it was 24 hours, so, I was expecting to get a machine to sample all sorts
of stuff. It turns out there was a real live human on the other end. I
dunno what he was doing up working so late. Must be awful slow. Anyway,
I ended up ordering the 99 Red Balloons CD. Nice impulsive stuff...
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