Made RCA order for six albums - will feature cover art and write more about them once they arrive.
The Song Remains The Same (2LP) - Led Zeppelin (1976)
Pretenders II - Pretenders (1981)
Greatest Hits - Cat Stevens (1975)
Big Bam Boom - Hall & Oates (1984)
1984 (For The Love Of Big Brother) - Eurythmics (1984)
Received another Columbia House order with nothing but FREE albums.
- Played the grooves off one side of my original copy of Hi Infidelity since 1981 with Side 1 getting about four times as many plays as Side 2. This copy was a replacement for the original.
- Not a lot of people know that Outside Inside was produced by David Foster and features many prominent Westcoast musicians including Bill Champlin, Jay Graydon, James Newton Howard and members of Toto. I bought it because it has "She's A Beauty" on it. Love that song.
- Raydio never got a proper compilation so picking up Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits seemed like a good idea at the time. Raydio still has never had an anthology drawn from their four albums.
Outside Inside - The Tubes (1983)
Greatest Hits - Ray Parker Jr. (1982)
Picked up two $4.99 albums at Zip's in Park Mall. Rod Stewart's Greatest Hits features many single versions instead of the longer album versions I already had. Heard "Cause I'm A Blonde" late one night on the radio and it quickly became a mixtape surprise once I picked up the 5 song EP or Specially Priced Mini LP like it says on the cover.
Goddess In Progress (EP) - Julie Brown (1984)
REO and Julie Brown are still on the Vinyl Wall - the others are not.
The TOTAL TALLY:
records bought: 128
money spent: $669.78