The first album I ever bought was actually a tape. It was Counting Crows, because I liked the song Mr Jones. That started a whole trend of music collecting. I had 200 some CDs in my collection, then by some retarded Christian motivation I got rid of ALL my CDs (save for a few Christian and "safe" CDs). I kick myself to this day for doing that. Kick kick kick....
Well, over the last 10 years I've been building up a collection again, and yes, I have bought some of the CDs that I had previously gotten rid of. Kick kick kick... Now I am approaching 300 CDs, be it through iTunes or actually the physical CD. For the longest time, I loved buying iTunes, but then I missed the one-cd-in-the-player-and-listen-it-to-death that just does not occur with the iPod. So in the last year or so, I've started buying CDs again, and my collection is quickly growing. Thank you HMV for $5 and $10 sales...
Regardless, let bygones be bygones and now I would like to share some of the music that I love and am learning of:
2:39 - Guitar solo starts
5:15 - Guitar solo get very fast, usually the stuff you hear people playing at guitar shops that is plain ol annoying (but fits well with the song)
5:50 - Drum solo starts
6:50 - Drummer hits the fast forward button
More music to come