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The first record I bought all by myself was a cassette with Fine Young Cannibals. Don't remember the name of the album but it was the one with She drives me crazy on it.
That song was played all the time on MTv when we were on summer camp in 6th grade and i just had to have the album
Lent it to a friend of mine a few weeks later and never saw it again
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FYC were flipping brilliant - I have The Raw and the Cooked and She Drives Me Crazy is on there as it's my fave FYC song by far
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Batty wrote:The first UB40 album I bought had an hologram on the front cover, which was cutting edge back then!
Err, does that mean you actually have more than one
Actually, no! I did have Red, Red Wine though ... until I sat on it! It's not good when the wine goes flat ...
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at seven(?) I had the first album that was mine : spice girls
it changed me from Claude François, Joe Dassin and other well known and old french singers!
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Paper Lace album, to get "Billy dont be a Hero"........hangs head in shame.
I hope I have better taste now.
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I had that single too. Twas Good! I wore it out.
Along with "I Heard My Mama Cryyyyy, I Heard Her Pray the Night Chicago Died"
Aha! So, Bob's yer uncle... very clever.
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