were Love Missile F1-11 by PWEI and Orbital's Belfast in Woking. It's a Wetherspoons now
In the cheap section
Great thread, bullshit wanker
Now who's the bullshit wanker
i used to get mixed up with that and mobile command vehicles
because (as I'm also a tedious cunt stupid bullshit wanker) I hadn't bothered listening to it until then.
I bought several gems from there, while visiting my Grandparents my Dad would let me get some music every now and then as a bribe. Once I wanted cigarettes and alcohol by Oasis on cassette, it was in the shape of a fag packet. My Dad wouldn't let me as he felt it wasn't appropriate for a 12 year old.
i bought parklife on tape from my local woolies as well
waaht a bitch
I did buy Fontanelle by Babes in Toyland in Woolworths in Stamford in 1992 and probably some pic n mix.
this thread is a long hard raging success
I could only afford to buy one CD in 1997 so I bought Victory Parts by AC Acoustics instead.
but might have been Virgin. It's so long ago.
My dad used to fix them when I was young, and he would get any CDs that were getting thrown away. I'd keep them all - it was the basis of my music listening. He'd bring back dozens every week - no cases for any of them, just the little inlay card that would be in the jukebox with them. Some of them didn't even have that, so it would be exciting listening without knowing what it was - I had no idea I was listening to OK Computer for ages (I was about 13 at the time).
Used to have about 6 copies of Morning Glory and about 15 of Be Here Now, and I'd give them to people at school. I've still got loads of them at home in boxes, there are hundreds.of them
really genuinely exciting :)
You don't get many cd-based jukeboxes in pubs anymore, so I was probably the last generation that'll do that.
megastores in York
so the man told me it didn't exist
stoopid man (and computer)
what cd was it?
one of my all time favourites to this day
they were both right and yr mental
describes them as maths rock. i like maths rock, would i like this band with a stupid fucking name
they have a song called "please give me roses before i am dead" and it is just the best best use of mathy music without forgetting how important melody is like EVER. so good.
Will give em another listen on thursday.
I traded a Korn album for it with my Taekwondo instructor when I was 14. Now whos the bullshit wanker.
Its probably just someone upthread :(
The one with Twisted Transistor on it. I think I made a good call.
for Urban Hymns by the Verve. I bought the Bon Jovi CD from Woolworths in Matlock also.
(also on sundays)
i've found the bullshit wanker
...and I feel the title "horrendous cunt" to be more fitting, despite the context of this thread.
we've all done awful things. i once vomited on my way to a human waste project gig and then kissed a boy and then kissed a girl
and i wasnt even hungry
In a second hand record store in Chichester for £3, bullshit wanker.
I taped it off the CD from Chester library and then stole the inlay cassette cover from Woolworths in Shotton, North Wales to go with it. What a bullshit wanker.
I also bought my first LP from said Woolworths - Bad by Michael Jackson. Just checked and it still pisses over OK Computer.
The Bangor (North Wales) branch if you're interested, bullshit wanker.
Wouldn't've been Woolies though, as there wasn't one where I lived at the time. HMV or Virgin, possibly? Maybe Musiczone? Idk.
I bought Bulls On Parade in Woolworths Reading
but I swapped it for a magic copy of OK computer along the way.
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