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€30 quid for a nearly complete Joe Satriani collection, just missing the surfing with aliens studio album (but i had that already)
Well worth adding to the collection.

1986 Not of this Earth
1988 Dreaming #11 EP
1989 Flying in a blue dream
1992 The Extremist
1993 time Machine
1995 Joe Satriani
1998 Crystal Planet
2000 Engines of Creation
2002 Strange Beautiful Music
2003 The Electric Joe Satriani Anthology
2004 Is there love in space
2005 One Big Rush
2006 Super Colossal
2008 Professor Satchafunkilus and the Mysterion of rock
2008 Joe Satriani Original Album Classics x 5 albums
2010 Black Swans & Wormhole Wizard
2013 Unstoppable Momentum

2001 Live in San Francisco DVDs
2006 Satriani Live! DVD
2010 Live in Paris I just wanna rock DVDs
2012 Satchurated live in Montreal DVDs

Joe Satriani The Satch Tapes DVD

2003 G3 Live in Denver DVD 2005
G3 Live in Tokoyo DVD
(Jun 13, 2014, 20:05 pm)Beer_Money Wrote: [ -> ]
(Jun 12, 2014, 18:38 pm)RobertX Wrote: [ -> ]Let's see if I can fit a record in my own car stereo as well. Smile

Haha I bet he has a record player that connects to the 3.5mm jackTongue

Rofl, be prepared for a bumpy ride Tongue
(Jun 18, 2014, 03:24 am)Q91 Wrote: [ -> ]Rofl, be prepared for a bumpy ride Tongue

If you can't show off your ruined record collection what good are they anyway?Big Grin
Last time I bought a retail audio CD was probably like in 06"
CD sales along with other things have gone way down
It's 2014 Everything's digital now...
What about those super audio CDs or DVD audio CDs?
I usually just download the songs I want and add it into my music library(mp3) or burn it onto a cd.

If I come across an album, where of I like the majority of the songs, I might. But I wouldn't buy an entire album just for one good song.
If anything, I buy vinyl.
I wish I could.
Sadly, I'm still a poor student so I simply can't afford to buy all the albums I love. CD's are really expensive in my shitty country and because of the high currency exchange rate and crazy shipping prices sites like Amazon or E-bay are no help.
When I'll start working and save some money I will definitely buy all this music I love to support the artists. But until then... ^, ^'
An impromptu question: has downloadable music services like I-Tunes replaced music CDs?

I kind of like the I-Tunes idea: you get what you pay for. But even so, I wouldn't get the service if the music is DRM slipstreamed, or are they?
Yes, but only from the musicians of my local scene. Before discovering torrents, almost half of my cash used to get spent on those plastics.
When I was a child, I talked like a child; I thought like a child; I reasoned like a child.
When I became a man, I put the ways of childhood behind me, became a pirate joined TPB and never paid for music again.

* A man from an Internet forum, SuprBay, has been caught buying Madonna and RuPaul music CDs from HMV !*
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