The CD's in your library you wouldn't be caught dead with in public.

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    The CD's in your library you wouldn't be caught dead with in public.

    Poison's Greatest Hits
    Garbage
    Jewel - Pieces of you
    Oasis - (What's the Story) Morning Glory
    Survivor - When seconds count
    Taylor Swift - Fearless......and I like it.
    Richard Marx - Rush street
    Michael Bolton - Time love and Tenderness

     
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    Re: The CD's in your library you wouldn't be caught dead with in public.

    That's a heck of a question, Tcal...I think I've managed to prune out most of the really embarrassing ones over the years.  Billy Idol 'Vital Idol', maybe?

    One thing that sort of relates to that, when I got married and then had a daughter, I had sort of an issue about mixing their CD's in with mine.  It gave me a queasy feeling to file Hilary Duff next to the Eagles.
     
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    I own just about every U2, Pink Floyd, Rolling Stones CD out there, along with CDs of many other classic rock artists (GNR, Metallica, Aerosmith, etc), but I also own most of the Bee Gees CDs.

    As I couldn't get enough of their pre-disco music with songs such as Run To Me, Morning of My Life, and How Can you Mend A Broken Heart, and kinda got addicted to that group, I bought many of their CDs I should not have, particularly the ones where they sing with high falsetto voices . . . . trust me, too many CDs to name. I can handle some of those songs, but kinda have to play them in secret, and with the volume down.

     
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    In Response to Re: The CD's in your library you wouldn't be caught dead with in public.:
    That's a heck of a question, Tcal...I think I've managed to prune out most of the really embarrassing ones over the years.  Billy Idol 'Vital Idol', maybe? One thing that sort of relates to that, when I got married and then had a daughter, I had sort of an issue about mixing their CD's in with mine.  It gave me a queasy feeling to file Hilary Duff next to the Eagles.
    Posted by Hfxsoxnut


    To be honest Hfx I can't remember ever buying Michael Bolten.  I think it may of been my wife's and somehow through osmosis ended up mixed in with my stuff. 
    I think Richard Marx and Survivor were probably throw ins to reach the 15 choices for a Columbia House order, back in the day.  I got Taylor Swift for my Daughter's ( 5 and 8 ) but I admit I like it.
     
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    Bon Jovi's Greatest Hits; whatever Talking Heads cd's I own.

    That's about it.
     
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    Saturday Night Fever  soundtrack
    Rose Royce-In full bloom
    Michael Jackson-Thriller
     
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    Re: The CD's in your library you wouldn't be caught dead with in public.

    In Response to The CD's in your library you wouldn't be caught dead with in public.:
    Poison's Greatest Hits Garbage Jewel - Pieces of you Oasis - (What's the Story) Morning Glory Survivor - When seconds count Taylor Swift - Fearless......and I like it. Richard Marx - Rush street Michael Bolton - Time love and Tenderness
    Posted by Tcal2


    OK, I'm an understanding guy ... but Michael Bolton?
    Turn in your badge and please leave the building.
     
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    Re: The CD's in your library you wouldn't be caught dead with in public.

    I'm sure I have some vinyl in storage that would make me blush, but my CD collection is clean.  I have to admit I've been harboring a desire to get a copy of 'Hotel California',  mainly to hear one song that they never play off of it.   I might blush a little if that got out.
     
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    Re: The CD's in your library you wouldn't be caught dead with in public.

    The comedy/Rap album "Two Live Jews"

    Not because I am embarrassed  or anything...it's quite funny.

    But it might offend some people to know I own this.

    Other than that I can tell you, that I am not ashamed of anything in my collection...and it is not a small one.
     
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    Re: The CD's in your library you wouldn't be caught dead with in public.



    The Essential Judds (free if anyone wants it ... )

    Bryan Ferry / Roxy Music  (can't stand Bryan Ferry now for whatever reason)

    Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Greatest Hits (a long time ago I had a TP cd on the floor and in an off moment, one of my pets "went" on it!   I had to laugh b/c I had taken it out to get rid of it!   should have thrown this one out, too, while I was at it) 
     
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    Bob Carlisle-"Butterfly kisses" I needed to buy it for a video soundtrack we needed when I was at CSB. Yeah I should get rid of it.
     
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    Danity Kane's debut album AND their second one!  And I actually really like them (she said, bravely.)
     
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