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CDs in your collection that might raise the odd eyebrow or two...

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In reply to an earlier post on 30 Jan 2013, 14:56:37 GMT
HEY!!! - hang on a minute???.....did you just try to sneakily slip - Singing Sheep, The - Baa-Baa Black Sheep - Virgin in, when you thought no-one was looking, Nugent_Dirt? - Oooh!!!

Have you also got this one too? - The Hey Song (Dogs Singing) - HA HA HA!!! - LOL!!! ;o>

Posted on 30 Jan 2013, 14:51:08 GMT
easytiger says:
SAS on its way.

In reply to an earlier post on 30 Jan 2013, 14:43:24 GMT
Last edited by the author on 30 Jan 2013, 15:09:37 GMT
ARRRGGGHHH! not THE Cilla Black? and is there really a 'Best of' ???.....I'm afraid I just can't bear to listen to her, Nugent_Dirt - as I have exactly the same reaction to her 'voice(?)' as I do to fingernails screeching down a blackboard! ;o>

I DON'T BELIEVE IT?!! - I've just found What I Did For Love by Des O' Connor and also There's No One Quite Like Grandma too!!!.....I shall hang my head in shame now.....

What on Earth has replying to this thread gone and started? - I never even realised that I ever had these two?!! I think I will just have to blame these particular ones on my brother! ;o>

I think I must need therapy?!! - HELP ME!.....somebody? anybody?.....PLEASE!!!

In reply to an earlier post on 30 Jan 2013, 14:29:06 GMT
Last edited by the author on 30 Jan 2013, 14:32:33 GMT
I'm a year younger than you and amid my collection of all sorts of electronica, nu-folk, bluegrass, funk, soul and 80s indie I also have
The Sound of Girls Aloud
Overloaded: The Singles Collection by The Sugababes
Saturday Night Fever - The Original Movie Sound Track
Singing Sheep, The - Baa-Baa Black Sheep - Virgin
Axel F by Crazy Frog
The Best Of Cilla Black
When I'm Cleaning Windows: His 52 Finest 1932-1946 by George Formby
The Bell Singles Collection by The Glitter Band
The Very Best Of The Rubettes
Call Off The Search by Katie Melua. In fact i have all her albums.
The Very Best of Andy Williams..IMO the best singing voice ever owned by a white man

I have no defence m'lud as i bought all these as an adult mens sana in corpore sano.

In reply to an earlier post on 30 Jan 2013, 14:14:20 GMT
Last edited by the author on 30 Jan 2013, 14:31:55 GMT
I KNOW!!!.....utterly apalling, isn't it?!

In my defence though, most of them were bought for me and my brother by my Dad?.....but I do remember like it was yesterday nervously queuing up backstage to get Your 20 Favourite Christmas Carols - 1978 LP personally signed - I think I even had a bit of a crush on Hughie?!! - HA HA HA!!!

I do have some very rare Bowie albums somewhere? before I get thrown off the Music Forum forever! I just can't find them, but I know that I definitely do have them,.....somewhere? And I have just found my - STATUS QUO 3 VINYL LP BOX SET which cost me SO much pocket money at the time that I barely dared to even breathe on it - never mind play it. I'm not really into them anymore, so as it still looks absolutely brand-new, I may just pass it on as a gift to someone who is far too young to even remember what vinyl is?!! ;o>

In reply to an earlier post on 30 Jan 2013, 14:07:41 GMT
easytiger says:
Erm Suzy, any room in your gaff for anything good?

Posted on 30 Jan 2013, 14:07:09 GMT
Last edited by the author on 30 Jan 2013, 14:08:31 GMT
AND I have.....?!!.....

The Magic Of Nana Mouskouri - 2x LP
Rudolph Red Nosed Reindeer / Rupert 7" 45rpm
Join In The Chorus - again, mine is the vinyl 7" 45
Your 20 Favourite Christmas Carols - 1978 LP - and OMG?! mine is also autographed by The Spinners too!

And all together now?!!....." ♫ Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Even though the sound of it is something quite atrocious, If you say it loud enough you'll always sound precocious, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! ♫...Um diddle diddle diddle um diddle ay...Um diddle diddle diddle um diddle ay...Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!!! ♫ ".....!!!

Hmmm? Betcha wish that you had never asked now, don'tcha?!! - HA HA HA!!! - LOL!!! :o>

Posted on 30 Jan 2013, 14:05:12 GMT
Last edited by the author on 31 Jan 2013, 02:30:50 GMT
I also have.....?!.....

The Wombling Song - 7" vinyl and also Remember You're A Womble by Eccles & Bluebottle
Songs from Jungle Book & Other Jungle Favourites LP
Atarah's Band - Fantastic Liverpool Party Record LP
My Own Nursery Rhyme Record, vinyl - sung by Cynthia Glover, John Lawrenson and The Children's Choir
Pam Ayres - Some Of Me Poems And Songs LP - 1976
Bugs Bunny / Comes To London.....

In reply to an earlier post on 30 Jan 2013, 14:04:43 GMT
Well I'm 44, so my very worst crimes against Music are several very much-loved and cared for, yet really well-hidden albums and singles that are mainly on vinyl, and not CD - and for very silly and sentimental reasons I simply can't bring myself to part with any of them now.....so you had better brace yourself for these Nugent_Dirt, okay?!! -

Pinky And Perky Have A Party - vinyl LP
The Owl And The Pussycat / Run Rabbit Run - The Mike Sammes Singers - 7" 45
Michael Crawford in Barnum - vinyl
Around The World with Sooty, Harry Corbett and Sweep - 1973 vinyl LP
The Greatest Hits of Walt Disney - Ronco 1975
Kids From Fame - vinyl
Lewis Carroll: Alice in Wonderland: spoken & sung - with Dirk Bogarde and others
Focus On - Val Doonican - Decca 2x LP set
Nellie The Elephant / It's Time To Dream, sung by Mandy Miller - 7" 45
The Spinners - The Singing City LP 1967.....

Posted on 30 Jan 2013, 13:55:24 GMT
Last edited by the author on 30 Jan 2013, 13:58:05 GMT
Val H. says:
I'm another who has the Hans Christian Anderson soundtrack album by Danny Kaye and I can't even say i bought it for a friend. I bought it for myself (in 2009) as it was the music (on the radio) of my childhood. And I recently acquired a copy of Kenny Rogers' Greatest Hits. Unsolicited and unopened. I bought tickets to see Glen Campbell and Kenny Rogers because it was Glen's farewell tour. When Glen cancelled, I demanded my money back from Ticketmaster - and got it. But apparently all ticket purchasers were entered into a competition, and guess what, I lost.

I also paid real money for Hear My Song: The Best of Josef Locke as I am a huge fan of the 1991 movie of the same name. One of the strangest albums in my collection is Georgie - The Best Album - 25 weird tracks about George Best. Oh, and I'm a sucker for Legends of Scotland : Glen Daly - can't keep a dry eye when that's on.

In reply to an earlier post on 30 Jan 2013, 13:41:39 GMT
Derek W. says:
I actually saw them live at Shepton Mallett, I also saw Paul Young at the same venue, so there goes whatever credibility I ever had.

In reply to an earlier post on 30 Jan 2013, 13:36:57 GMT
S.R.J says:
More like a dropped jaw Derek

Posted on 30 Jan 2013, 13:29:51 GMT
Derek W. says:
I've got Best Of The 80's by Ultravox, does that count as a cause of a raised eyebrow?

Posted on 30 Jan 2013, 13:18:38 GMT
James Warner says:
'Reasons To Be Miserable'/'Marvin, I Love You' double B-side single by Marvin The Paranoid Android

In reply to an earlier post on 30 Jan 2013, 12:40:18 GMT
That was a for instance. If someone was thumbing through duchess dame Camilla Windsor's music collection her husband the PoW might raise any eyebrow if he found some Cannibal Corpse nestling between Handel's Messiah and Cats.

Posted on 30 Jan 2013, 12:31:57 GMT
nocheese says:
Didn't realise this thread was only for straight blokey geezers.

Posted on 30 Jan 2013, 12:06:21 GMT
Derek W. says:
Raised eyebrows are on the eye of the beholder.

In reply to an earlier post on 30 Jan 2013, 11:53:36 GMT
Yup PA, I've seen some very odd eyebrows that make Dennis Healy's look like Marlene Dietrich's, like wild, woolly caterpillars trying to escape their faces. Are most men afraid to tweezer the odd errant curling strand before it pokes an eyeball out?
I would'nt say a David Gray or Coldplay CD would make me raise an eyebrow. I'm thinking more along the lines of out and out cheese, camp, very gay or girly.... for straight blokey geezers that is.

In reply to an earlier post on 30 Jan 2013, 11:33:52 GMT
Johnny Bee says:
Wharfy - If it includes the great Mickey Newbury song - "Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)", then it's not totally naff.

Posted on 30 Jan 2013, 11:31:41 GMT
Is it possible to raise two odd eyebrows?

I've purchased many mistakes over the years and many are still in a bag in an inacccesable corner. Don't think I've anything questionable but that probably depends on whose looking. For instance i do have one David Gray and the debut from Coldplay (which rendered the follow ups unneccessary) which would meet with disapproval from at least one - can't quite recall who - poster here

Posted on 30 Jan 2013, 09:18:49 GMT
Derek W. says:
I have a Bangles CD, but I'm not ashamed of it.

Only other thing I can think of is The Point - Nillson, which is a sort of rock fairy tale CD.

I accept no responsibility for the Coldplay and David Gray CDs, they belong to Su so they don't count.

Posted on 30 Jan 2013, 08:58:04 GMT
nocheese says:
That's a very weird collection of 'national Anthems', Lez. Not one, but two for Scotland, which doesn't actually have one (yet), and it's missing the greatest of them all, 'Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrika', from South Africa. I'm sure everyone knows it, but here's the chance for another listen, anyway.


I've got the soundtrack from 'Hans Christian Anderson', with Danny Kaye. I bought it for a friend who had fond memories of her dad singing 'Inchworm' to her when she was a kid, but was convinced it was Frank Sinatra. I made a copy before passing it on to her, and it gets the occasional spin.

Posted on 30 Jan 2013, 08:41:16 GMT
Lez Lee says:
The Best of Gary Miller
Ronnie Hilton - No Other Love: His 27 Finest 1954-1957
National Anthems Of The World

I've probably committed more heinous crimes - will check my collection.

Posted on 30 Jan 2013, 05:53:22 GMT
Wharf Rat says:
......Kenny Rogers greatest hits,think I'll take a trip to the charity shop!

Posted on 30 Jan 2013, 04:26:34 GMT
Nothing too off-kilter CD-wise, but I remember having a Tiswas album on vinyl, along with a couple of BBC horror sound effects albums (one was on 'blood red' vinyl).
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