Discussion in 'Star Wars And Film Music' started by Bossk_BountyHunter, Jan 23, 2002.
For me it was Staind (Break the Cycle).
It has 3 songs that I like.
Its Been Awhile
Well, the 3 I received for Christmas were:
-Shine: The Hits (a Christian band CD)
Love 'em all!
Eww you did NOT say Staind.
Last CDs I got were Lord of the Rings score and Elton John Songs From the West Coast.
Vaughan Williams - A London Symphony
(Original 1913 version, London Symphony Orchestra, Richard Hickox)
Well, I basically just added to my Star Wars collection with the Complete Star Wars Collection by Meco.
Close Encounters of the Third Kind - Special Edition
I ordered No Code and Seattle, Washington - November 6, 2000 by Pearl Jam a couple days ago, and they should be arriving pretty soon. No Code is the only one of their albums I don't currently have.
Oh HELL yeah... Jeff 42 you ROCK... I totally love Pearl Jam and the Seattle 2 bootleg is one of the greatest live CDs ever released. Oh and SHAME on you for not having No Code, it's got some great stuff on it.
Diana Krall's The Look of Love and Miles Davis's Complete In A Silent Way box.
Well, I got Yield for Christmas (as well as the Beatles' Rubber Soul, Who's Next by The Who, and the soundtrack to Jurassic Park). Yield was even better than I was expecting, so I decided I should complete my collection.
Score another one for Yield. I swear that album rocks...
Well I can't remember what was the last I bought but the last I downloaded was Harry Potter.
Ewww you did NOT say Pearl Jam
Hey Pearl Jam has at least been around for six studio albums and has accomplished a lot in their 10 year career. Staind is a one hit wonder at this point. And they sound like every other new band out right now...
Rock Steady by No Doubt.
Best songs are Hella Good, Making Out, and Don't let me Down.
Warrant: Cherry Pie
Boyz II Men: Legacy
I like Staind.I hate Pearl Jam.Life's not perfect.
I mostly like 60's and 70's music.Most of the songs actually had a meaning to them.
Mahler, Symphony #5
I am listening to the third and final disc of the Seattle recording right now, and the whole thing is AMAZING!
No Code is good too.
Bad Religion - The Process of Belief
Jeff 42 I TOLD you that Seattle 2 was one of the best live albums ever. The show was just amazing... my roommate was there and saw it in person. I was at the Seattle 1 show which was also good.
If you like the boots, you should pick up the Touring Band 2000 DVD if you don't already have it. It's awesome too.
Frank Sinatra - Classic Sinatra
His Great Performances 1953-1960
Good Ole Frankie
Jethro Tull: Aqualung
Sit-ting on the park bench! (Duh, nuh nuh) Eying little girls with bad intent! (Duh nuh, nuh nuh nuh, Duh!)
A classic with one of rock's best guitar solos!
i havent bought a cd since i got my computer. 1 year and 3 months. i cant even remember the last cd i bought