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deadone
Nu Metal Warrior

Posts: 1953

Age: 34
From: Australia

  16.04.2014 at 02:25
Sold nearly my entire collection to fund a new one:

Alien Ant Farm - entire back catalogue
Atreyu - The Curse
Avenged Seven Fold - first two albums
Bullet For My Valentine - Fever
Coal Chamber - all 3 albums
Creed - Human Clay
Drowning Pool - 1st two albums
Five Finger Death Punch - War Is The Answer
Godsmack - Godsmack
Evanescene - Fallen
HIM - Love Metal
Limp Bizkit - entire back catalogue
Linkin Park - Meteora
Nickelback - entire back catalogue
Papa Roach - Infest
Staind - 14 Shades of Grey
Static X - Wisconsin Death Trip
Soulfly - Soulfly and Primitive (Somewhat ironic as I got rid of their latter stuff to fund their earlier stuff)
Spineshank - 1st two albums


So exciting to have so much new awesome music.


And I still have pennies for a few more!


Out of my old collection I kept Rammstein, FNM, AIC, QOTSA, Foo Fighters, some Metallica and that's about it.
no one

Posts: 1442

Age: 30
From: New Zealand

  16.04.2014 at 03:15
Written by deadone on 16.04.2014 at 02:25

Sold nearly my entire collection to fund a new one:


whys that ?
deadone
Nu Metal Warrior

Posts: 1953

Age: 34
From: Australia

  16.04.2014 at 03:36
Written by no one on 16.04.2014 at 03:15

Written by deadone on 16.04.2014 at 02:25

Sold nearly my entire collection to fund a new one:


whys that ?



Funding the new collection.

With deck coming in at $7,000 more than expected, a holiday and saving up for some major paving in the yard, I'm being a bit more frugal.

Hence I sold off the stuff I'd listen to less to fund music that I'm actually into.
BoxCar Willy
John Doe

Posts: 6852

Age: 17
From: Canada

  16.04.2014 at 04:16
Wisconsin Death Trip is the only album out of those that'd ever consider owning

Tastes are funny.
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Pop punk crusader
Vombatus
Title

Posts: 1176
From: Spain

  18.04.2014 at 02:00
Written by Mr. Doctor on 15.04.2014 at 23:01

ROADBURN HUNTING!



Man, sometimes I think Roadburn would be worth it even if only to go burn hundreds of euros on great records/band-merch.... Great haul you have there
Lit.
Brütal Legend

Posts: 3073

Age: 27
From: USA

  Today at 02:29
Nabbed Opeth's Candlelight Years for exactly $20.
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THERE'S SEMEN ON EVERYTHING! EVERYTHING!"
Dr.Overkill26

Posts: 22

Age: 27
From: USA

  Today at 07:58
Overkill-The Years of Decay
Testament-The Gathering
Testament-The Legacy
Massive Attack-Mezzanine
Dj Shadow-Entroducing

So we are now in the spring that means lots of Thrash metal for me! And I was in need of some non-metal music, something repetitive and relatively calming hence the trip-hop albums.
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This is what He'd always known the promise of something greater beyond the water's final horizon
toxx

Posts: 133

Age: 27
From: Norway

  Today at 09:16
Last cd i got was Celtic Frost - Morbid Tales. I'm gonna be searching for that one in vinyl too. Before that I got Vreid - V, and Immortal - All shall fall. Mediocre albums though, but got them for free Pre-ordered the new Tusmørke album the other day.

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