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Discussion in 'Laser's Edge' started by masterworks, Nov 22, 2010.

  1. Neoman

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    Metadrive - Over Reality
    Grand stand - Tricks Of time
    Big Big Train - The Difference Machine
     
  2. Metman

    Metman Buffalo Bills /Mets/Rangers Fan

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    Profuna Ocean---Vacuum ( Great CD)
    Standing Ovation----Gravity Beats Nuclear
    Nine Stone Close---Traces
    ISOS----Loving on Standby
    Tune----Identity
    Manning----Number Ten
    Nektar-----Remember the Future
    Aisles----4:45
    Little Atlas----Hollow
     
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    Blood Ceremony - Lord of Misrule
    Joe Bonamassa - Blues of Desperation
    Echolyn - I Heard You Listening
    Pierre Moerlen's Gong - Arista Years
    Trilok Gurtu - Bad Habits Die Hard
    Iceberg - Sentiments
    Jens Johansson - Heavy Machinery
    Masabumi Kikuchi - End for the Beginning
    Lucifer Was - DiesGrows
    Magic Pie - The Suffering Joy
    Magma - Live/Hhaï (Köhntark)
    Marillion - Script For A Jester's Tear
    Mörglbl - Jazz for the Deaf
    Return To Forever - Hymn Of The Seventh Galaxy
    Return To Forever - Romantic Warrior
    Salem Hill - Be
    Sonus Umbra - Beyonde the Panopticon
    Spock's Beard - The Oblivion Particle
    Taj Mahal - The Natch'l Blues
    The Tangent - Not as Good as the Book
    The Tangent - Down and Out in Paris and London
    Tarot - Reflections
    Tasavallan Presidentti - Milky Way Moses
    Joanne Shaw Taylor - The Dirty Truth
    Three Man Army - s/t
    Traffic - Shootout at the Fantasy Factory
     
  4. Metman

    Metman Buffalo Bills /Mets/Rangers Fan

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    Kamelot----Haven
     
  5. Metman

    Metman Buffalo Bills /Mets/Rangers Fan

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    Tiles----Pertending to Run............(Great Release)
    Osta Love--- The Isle Of Dogs----------------( What was I thinking) Rt206 Frizbee Between Somerville & Hillsbough)
     
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  6. Metman

    Metman Buffalo Bills /Mets/Rangers Fan

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    Do you work????
     
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    Of course. I work from home, but travel quite a bit. I listen to music all day, but my serious listening is on the weekends. The cds that I have posted are listened to over several days. I am very anal with my cd collection (you have to be when you have well over 10,000 or it would be total chaos). I have a cd database in Excel and I record the date of the last time I listened to each cd. Thus, it is easy for me to filter on the date and post here. That is why the posted cds are all in alphabetical order. Sorry for the long reply. You have asked me this question before.

    I like posting what I listen to on this thread, as I like to encourage others to post. I have found some gems doing research on what others are listening to.
     
  8. TCProgger

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    10,000... I would applaud you, sir, if I wasn't busy picking my jaw up off the floor. I only ever made it to 800-900 (maybe a bit more, been a long time since I had last done a count). And what with my cleaning house recently I've probably lopped off a good 2/3 to 1/2 of that. Do you live in a mansion? I can't even imagine ever having enough space to maintain such an astronomically large collection.
     
  9. lasercd

    lasercd Man Behind The Curtain

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    10,000 is a lot of CDs.
     
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    It's probably closer to 11,000 now! No mansion :). I do have a finished basement that is my man cave. I had custom floor to ceiling cd racks made and do use a lot of Jewel sleeves ( https://jewelsleeve.com/shop/ ) which help save space. I have slowed down my purchases of late (to Ken's dismay, I imagine), but still have a bar full of yet to listen to purchases.
     
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    Ah, that explains it. While I would love to have some custom shelving, I will never have the luxury of a basement, living in Florida near the coast. You don't have to dig too far here to hit the water table.
     
  12. Metman

    Metman Buffalo Bills /Mets/Rangers Fan

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    Tiles----Pretending 2 Run ( Again)

    This is one of my 2016 best releases.....
     
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    Can't wait until you get a turntable...
     
  14. Metman

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    I just got a new Turntable 2 Weeks ago...Didnt hook it up yet..
     
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    You guys probably remember this story (I don't know how he made out) :
    http://www.rollingstone.com/music/n...-3-million-strong-recordrama-archive-20081117
     
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    Bob can you hook a Kenner Close-N-Play up to a receiver?
     
  17. Metman

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    Reloop RP8000 Hybrid Torque Turntable with MIDI W/A
     
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    Ha! Not going to happen :p
     
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    Not yet but it will.
     
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    Agitation Free - Last
    Ahora Mazda - s/t
    Avalanche - Perseverance Kills Our Game
    Greg Bissonette - Submarine
    Don Cherry - Codona
    Berits Halsband - s/t
    Jarrett, Peacock, DeJohnette - Changeless
    Jefferson Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow
    Jefferson Airplane - After Bathing at Baxter's
    Leafhound - Growers of Mushrooms
    Brittany Lee Moffitt - Lee
    Nucleus - Under the Sun
    Catherine Ribeiro + Alpes - Catherine Ribeiro + 2Bis
    Rush - Hemispheres
    Walter Trout - Unspoiled By Progress
    Williams, R. Vaughan - The Nine Symphonies
    Zebra - No Tellin' Lies
     

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