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  1. What were the first albums you bought for yourself / asked for gift when you were getting into music??? I imagine that most people here bought CD's first - but if your first purchases really were cassettes or vinyl, put those! this is also really hard, since I'm sure I'm forgetting earlier purchases for the ones I remember distinctively listening to a lot. note: that now cd your older sibling jammed to and you sometimes borrowed to listen to does not count! My list is all CDs: 1. Sum 41- All Killer No Filler 2. Eminem - 8 Mile 3. Good Charlotte - The Young & The Hopeless 4. Offspring - Splinter 5. Linkin Park - Meteora
  2. I am new to collecting vinyl. And please excuse my naivety and my, probably very elementary, question. But when I am record shopping how do I: 1) Tell the difference between a limited edition pressing 2) Tell the difference between a first run pressing if they don't say anything on the package or sleeve? The reason I ask is because I recently was shopping and bough a couple of albums I really wanted on vinyl. So I didn't care if they were limited/first run or not. But, to my delight when I got home I found that they were. I am aware of the Discogs.com database. But I am wondering if there is a quicker way to find out just by looking at the record itself while I am searching the bins? Any help would be appreciated. Thank you everyone!! - John
  3. Let me know if you have it - let's work a deal out. PM me.