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    Record Tape or CD you bought?
    Mine was; a cassette
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    1974. The 1st KISS album(still have it too)



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    ZZ-T Top Eliminator... The record. Still have it.
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    Beatles or Monkees. Can`t remember which one. Maybe the Supremes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimT View Post
    ZZ-T Top Eliminator... The record. Still have it.
    Same here, but the cassette...
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    I bought a couple tapes, was over 30 years ago, classic rock.
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    Way too long ago to remember. That would be back in the days of 8 track players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhino View Post
    Way too long ago to remember. That would be back in the days of 8 track players.
    even worse for me. it was the late '50's and i bought some 45's. still have a bunch of old albums on vinyl. i'd like to find a place to sell them.

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    Quiet riot, metal health, 1983.


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    Seems like I had a couple records when I was in the 8-10 year old range (late 70's). The only one I can remember is Styx. Seems like it might have been the Grand Illusion. It was a gift because I didn't have any money until the 80's and at that time I was buying tapes. Never had an 8-track of my own.
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    Gene Autry, "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer"! Late 40's on a 78!
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    Hmmmm, it was either Bon Jovi, G & R, Poison, or Motley Crew. Been to long ago to remember.
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    Black Sabbath album...
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevebeilgard View Post
    even worse for me. it was the late '50's and i bought some 45's. still have a bunch of old albums on vinyl. i'd like to find a place to sell them.
    Had those too before the 8 track days Steve. Don't know what I did with the old 45's. Still have a lot of old albums on vinyl along with the top of the line turntable to play them. My 26 year old son's laid claim to it all when I decide he's worthy.

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