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27-05-2009, 21:07   #16
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Mine was A-Ha, Stay On These Roads. 80's-tastic.
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28-05-2009, 00:24   #17
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Mine was A-Ha, Stay On These Roads. 80's-tastic.
Some things should stay secret :-)
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My first record was 10cc's "I'm not in love".

Now there's a song that's stood the test of time.

Aha were great too.
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My first record (actually, it was a 6 record box set) was "The Complete Buddy Holly".



I've been a fan ever since I was a kid. The box set was released in 1979 & I don't think it was available for very long. Over the years, I tried to get it on CD/digital but never found it anywhere. A few years back I converted every single one of the 120+ tracks/interviews to MP3 & they're still in my iPod to this day.

You want to hear real analogue recordings?... then this is the real McCoy. On one of the tracks (recorded in his kitchen) you can even hear his mother putting out the milk bottles in the background.

Now that's rock'n'roll!
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My first record, and it was a record, was Stand And Deliver by Adam And The Ants
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the first album i bought with my own hard earned was the tv series Gladiators soundtrack
before that i used to always play my mother now series records.ive fond memories of jumping round my living room as a nipper listening to the ghostbusters song
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What a classic that was...
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my first album was... bros
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Think mine was ACDC's Razor's Edge on cassette!!

That or else the best of Boney M... Im not sure.
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I think the first I'd admit to is "Performance and Cocktails" by Stereophonics... some extremely dodgy purchases prior to that!
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Texas - Greatest Hits

Still like it!
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Next off topic topic is.............................................................

Who or what was it that got you into making music instead of buying music?

Having asked the question, I can't actually remember a definite moment for me. The scriptwriters will have to make something dramatic up when they do the movie.
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Next off topic topic is.............................................................

Who or what was it that got you into making music instead of buying music?

Having asked the question, I can't actually remember a definite moment for me. The scriptwriters will have to make something dramatic up when they do the movie.
I was always a bit of a computer nerd so the idea of software and hardware and music all combined was very tantilizing to me, the fatman. I never taught it was going to be so hard to go from home to commercial but it was, baby steps all the way.. The process of sound manipulation was the deal breaker. Making music is so real and pure and cool and it rocks and I love it and will go at it for as long as I can afford to!

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I was always a bit of a computer nerd so the idea of software and hardware and music all combined was very tantilizing to me, the fatman. I never taught it was going to be so hard to go from home to commercial but it was, baby steps all the way.. The process of sound manipulation was the deal breaker. Making music is so real and pure and cool and it rocks and I love it and will go at it for as long as I can afford to!
Nice one Dav.

That was very emotional.

If the bank manager came and took all your gear away, could you ever go back to a basic set up?
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Nice one Dav.

That was very emotional.

If the bank manager came and took all your gear away, could you ever go back to a basic set up?
What can I say I am an emotional guy, have you not seen some of my highly unecessary outbursts on boards???

I would definitely not start from scratch! No way !!

Why did you get into the recording ?
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