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    What was the first album:

    a) Someone bought for you?
    b) you bought for yourself?

    a) Curtain Call - Eminem
    b) Teenage Dream - Katy Perry
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    a) Probably Pop Party. I think the first proper one was Bad by Michael Jackson
    b) Back to Black - Amy winehouse
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    A. Can't remember exactly but I'm sure it might have been The Spice Girls debut album
    B. Dizzy Up The Girl by Goo Goo Dolls
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    A: Gorillaz - Demon Days
    B: never bought one, only buy singles because I don't want to pay for the bad songs in an album as well.
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    Not sure.

    One of the first that I bought myself was From Under the Cork Tree by Fallout Boy. I may have bought Fallen by Evanescence before that though!

    I owned many albums as a child. Quite a few Irish folk, a few Biggie Smalls etc.

    The ever classic Abba Gold might be the earliest
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    Deep Forest, N Sync or East 17?
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    I think the first one bought for me was Dangerous by Michael Jackson.

    The first one I bought myself was The Marshall Mathers LP.
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    No1 ever bought me 1 (never asked lmao, OH WAIT SOMEONE DID PAY FOR ONE FOR ME OK)

    A: Melodie by CRO
    B: 1989 by T Swift lol :/
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    First album I bought for myself was Black Sabbath's 13, on the release day, and it was great.

    The first I was bought I believe might have been a reissue of Primal Fear's self-titled debut.
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    (Original post by zayn008)
    a)Probably Pop Party. I think the first proper one was Bad by Michael Jackson
    b) Back to Black - Amy winehouse
    My sister used to have all of the pop party ones (well all the ones that were out at the time). Dont know if she still has them.
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    1.) Shakira - Live & Off The Record
    2.) Dulce Maria... I don't remember the album name. lol
    I do not listen to Dulce anymore, but Shaki still lives in my heart. ♥
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    (Original post by Emma:-))
    My sister used to have all of the pop party ones (well all the ones that were out at the time). Dont know if she still has them.
    I wouldn't dream of listening to 99% of today's pop music, the odd one or 2 songs are decent and there's like one I'll actually think is good enough to buy otherwise they're dreadful. But then I look at my CDs and stuff from the 00's and 90's and wow… I love it. Jennifer Lopez, shakira, Britney, justin timberlake, Jay-z, usher, nelly, N-sync, Sean Paul, black eyed peas and even when they went full pop it still wasn't half as bad as today's music… good times
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    The earliest I remember is "Trick to Life" by The Hoosiers.
    Definitely one of my favourites
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    Coldplay - X&Y
    Green day - American idiot
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    a) The Killers- Direct Hits
    b) Britney Spears- Oops I Did It Again
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    The first CD I remember buying was B*Witched.

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    a) Day & Age - The Killers
    b) Mylo Xyloto - Coldplay
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    First album I recall listening to was Employment by the Kaiserchiefs and first album I recall buying for myself rather than listening to online or from my parents is Metallica's Kill 'Em All (followed by their other four albums from the first five)
    Then I sort of made an album; well, an EP with my band when I was about 17.
 
 
 
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