What was the last album you bought?

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#1 Edited by jasean79 (2375 posts) -

Last album you bought, digital or CD?

Mine:

#2 Posted by playmynutz (6040 posts) -

Theophilus London timez are weird these dayz

#3 Edited by AmazonTreeBoa (16745 posts) -

I can't remember because I don't buy music anymore and haven't in over a decade. If I want music, I check it out from the library, burn it to my PC, and return it.

#4 Edited by elkoldo (1163 posts) -

Woooow...that sure goes back a long way.

Minutes to Midnight was the last one I paid for I believe.

#5 Posted by certifieddata (46057 posts) -

Karkelo, Ukon Wacka and Manala by Korpiklaani, should be arriving tomorrow.

#6 Posted by LZ71 (10289 posts) -

I think the last one I paid for was Schoolboy Q's Oxymoron (so worth it). The most recent album I picked up though was 1999 by Joey Badass (off of a friend's recommendation), seeing as it was a mixtape and free.

#7 Posted by 4myAmuzumament (1750 posts) -

T.I. vs T.I.P.

only because he was there to sign it

#8 Edited by bowchicka07 (1075 posts) -

It's really good.

@AmazonTreeBoa said:

I can't remember because I don't buy music anymore and haven't in over a decade. If I want music, I check it out from the library, burn it to my PC, and return it.

You music bum! Jk.

#9 Edited by PonchoTaco (2163 posts) -

The Hobbit's soundtrack.

#10 Edited by Master_Live (14784 posts) -

Bought eh?

#11 Edited by Hatiko (4532 posts) -

Freedom Call: Beyond

#12 Edited by DrKillByDeath84 (376 posts) -

#13 Posted by brimmul777 (1240 posts) -

Megadeth's newest album.Can't remember the name of it.

#14 Edited by CrimsonBrute (23597 posts) -

Weird Al's Straight Outta Lynwood

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/e/e1/Soli4.jpg/220px-Soli4.jpg

#15 Posted by Evil_Saluki (4878 posts) -

Have been expanding my softer, fluffier chilled out playlist so I got Lorde. When I first heard her on radio I thought it was a new track from The Naked and Famous they got the same style. Funny enough both came from New Zealand.

#16 Edited by konvikt_17 (22245 posts) -

#17 Posted by Behardy24 (4525 posts) -

Green Day 21st Century Breakdown when it was first released.

I'm not real into music and if I ever need to get my music fix I just stop by Youtube.

Though, I do want to buy the Juno Movie Soundtrack because I love that movie so much and music is fantastic.

#18 Posted by Wilfred_Owen (20874 posts) -

#19 Posted by DarkGamer007 (6030 posts) -

Last album I purchased was Get Back by Pink Mountaintops.

#20 Edited by EPICCOMMANDER (581 posts) -

It's a message in a BLOOOOOOOOOOOOOD!

Outside of that, the first track, and the Art of Shredding, the album isn't really that good as it is way way way too freaking long.

#21 Posted by thehig1 (2199 posts) -

@EPICCOMMANDER said:

It's a message in a BLOOOOOOOOOOOOOD!

Outside of that, the first track, and the Art of Shredding, the album isn't really that good as it is way way way too freaking long.

Its one of my favorite albums, I like Heresy, Shatted, Domination, Psycho Holiday and The Sleep as well as the Kick ass title track.

#22 Edited by mems_1224 (47229 posts) -

No earthly idea, it was years ago.

#24 Edited by SaintLeonidas (26317 posts) -

St. Vincent

#25 Posted by EPICCOMMANDER (581 posts) -
@thehig1 said:

@EPICCOMMANDER said:

It's a message in a BLOOOOOOOOOOOOOD!

Outside of that, the first track, and the Art of Shredding, the album isn't really that good as it is way way way too freaking long.

Its one of my favorite albums, I like Heresy, Shatted, Domination, Psycho Holiday and The Sleep as well as the Kick ass title track.

Yeah I was overly harsh about the album. The guitar work alone probably makes it one of my favorite albums. Vulgar Display of Power is slightly better though.

#26 Posted by thehig1 (2199 posts) -

@EPICCOMMANDER: Cant argue with that, Vulgar Display of Power was Pantera at their best. I still loose my shit when ever I hear Mouth For War.

#27 Edited by foxhound_fox (88651 posts) -

Saw them live on April 27th with Behemoth, Goatwhore and 1349. Lost my hearing in one ear for a day. BCI and Behemoth were outstanding. Goatwhore were much better live than their music suggests they are. 1349 was... eh. Goatwhore did a better job covering a couple of their songs than they did performing them.

#28 Edited by chessmaster1989 (29375 posts) -

I regret nothing

#29 Edited by Nengo_Flow (9807 posts) -

the only CD I've ever bought

I only bought it as a novelty cuz I already had all its songs on my mp3 for years.

I still havent opened it, its still in the plastic wrap.

I never bought any digital songs.

#30 Edited by schu (9279 posts) -

Death Bunny - Orange Alert

I really like this album. It has a bit of a punk twist to it. Truthfully its kind of sloppily played at times, but I really relate to the sounds for some reason.

#31 Edited by RushKing (1777 posts) -

Shade Empire: Omega Arcane (CD)

#32 Edited by Brutal_Elitegs (16237 posts) -

http://i2.minus.com/jLRb1FWeJrlAt.jpg



#33 Edited by EPICCOMMANDER (581 posts) -
@Brutal_Elitegs said:

I respect that.

EDIT: why does it not show your message? Weird.

#34 Edited by bforrester420 (1654 posts) -

Probably not an album, but...

Pearl Jam: Live at the Gorge

It's a 7-disc release of their 2005 and 2006 concerts at The Gorge Ampitheatre

#35 Edited by ad1x2 (5663 posts) -

Last album I bought was Mastermind by Rick Ross. I haven't bought as many albums as I used to and I'm using the paid version of Pandora so I can listen ad-free and at higher quality.

#36 Posted by comp_atkins (31468 posts) -

i have no idea. it would have been over 10 years ago

#37 Posted by turtlethetaffer (16788 posts) -

Last full album I bought was Ten by Pearl Jam. Great album.

#38 Edited by BranKetra (48730 posts) -

It has some decent music.

#39 Edited by XilePrincess (13130 posts) -

Alan Jackson's Greatest Hits for my mom for Christmas. I haven't bought an album for at least a decade, unless you count some garage sale acquisitions.

#40 Posted by vl4d_l3nin (971 posts) -

A Dragonette album, like 3 years ago.

#41 Edited by hippiesanta (9884 posts) -

a japanese colaboration album (cassette) by

Vivisick and F on the beach .. around 2006

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#44 Edited by WolfgarTheQuiet (425 posts) -

Caladan Brood- Echoes Of Battle

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7yTAozE0yXc

Primordial- To the Nameless Dead

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0YX1PHIZr8

Primordial- Spirit The Earth Aflame

Elderwind- The Magic Of Nature

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jewP1R9gbog

Dargaard- In Nomine Aeternitatis

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1tA2stXSfI

#45 Posted by ShepardCommandr (2734 posts) -

Never bought a single album.

never will either

#46 Posted by jasean79 (2375 posts) -

Interesting mix of musical tastes in here.

#47 Edited by mattykovax (22693 posts) -

Could not tell you. I pretty much just listen to internet radio,youtube or whatever. Last physical CD I got was the White Zombie let sleeping corpses lie set but I did not buy it it was a gift from a friend.

#48 Posted by JohnF111 (14093 posts) -

My god this is going to be a tough one. I have used Spotify for years now, can't remember however I probably bought Atreyu: Conflagration of the Damned as my last true purchase of an album.

#49 Edited by EPICCOMMANDER (581 posts) -

Judas Priest's sell-out album is comparable to Metallica's 'black album': they're both complete shit save for maybe three songs.

#50 Edited by Celldrax (14626 posts) -

I do believe these are the last two I actually paid for (the second one is some folk metal).