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Offline AshSimmonds

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Anyhoo - I was smitten with Holly from that group - which at the time (I was like 14-15) made the decision between that and my next LP, Experience by Prodigy.  I wonder how Holly looks today.......?

Oh. :(

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First one that I bought myself, with money I saved up myself, was an LP - C.C.Catch - Like A Hurricane :D It was 1988.
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Offline AshSimmonds

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My first cassette purchase was Michael Jackson Dangerous.

For some reason when I think of you I think Devastatin' Dave...



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Liam Howlett from the Prodigy used to own a Mclaren F1
Green I think.

as for me, I was a heavy metal or guitar lover for a long time
I know early purchases were Joe Satriani - Surfing with the alien, Yngwie Malmsteen - rising force, Slayer - hell awaits, Metallica - ride the lightning

I was not much more than 10 years old for some of these
I can also distinctly remember whilst in primary school I got hold of led zeppelin and black sabbath stuff from a salvos or similar thrift shop and took it to school to listen to on a kind of communal boom box near the half court tennis courts.

I also had a copy of the 12th man and a rodney rude album which caused a bit of trouble! My parents already divorced years earlier would never bother to respond to letters or attend parent teacher nights though so it was all good.



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For some reason when I think of you I think Devastatin' Dave...

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early purchases were Joe Satriani - Surfing with the alien, Yngwie Malmsteen - rising force, S
My earliest was Kiss, Destroyer but both of those albums were in my collection as soon as they came out.

Malmsteen at Thebby Town Hall is the best live concert Ive been to. I wasn't expecting him to be so good after reading quite a few bad reviews of his live shows. 



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Experience by Prodigy.

Sadly a lot of folk only know about the late Prodigy pop song stuff, but they were real pioneers in the electronic music movement in the early 90's, I think Weather Experience was their "biggest hit" back then, but "Charlie Says" and "God of Hellfire" were the big rave hits.

The Experience was also one of my first cherished CD's, infact I ended up buying another copy because my first was scratched from being moved from my ghetto blaster, to my Discman and back too many times.

My favourite tracks were Hyperspeed and Everybody in the Place.

Great stuff!!



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