Oh and if I could find a working Laser disc player. It still would be neat to have.
[Edited by Toki, 3/22/2015 7:07:26 AM]
I have about 300 original cd's some of them pretty rare and all of them in mint condition except for two which I bought from 2nd hand because I couldnt find them anywhere.
I still buy a cd here and there for the sake of nostalgia, nothing like that feeling of opening new cd smelling that booklet and the sound oh the sound..
I have full collections of the following:
Alice in chains
And many more partial collections.
Sadly I dont really deal with CD's no more. The take jump room just like DVDs and games!
I do have a working Walkman Cassette Player though. Takes AA batteries and plays all your favorite mix tapes.
I have a working walkman too and a double cassette stereo player with turning heads and even some orginial cassettes.
I also have a working 'Sony' discman.
Hold on to these relics guys some day it will be worth a lot..
I have some walkmans kicking around to. Little damanged but the certainly work. As for my cassettes......I think I dumped mine. But I know the ol man has two drawers full of them.
Heck I even have some of those wee radio players to. You plug your ear phones into. One is a Pepsi one.
I remember when I was around 8 first I heard working man by Rush and it totally blew my mind! Rush is my first favorite rock band ever, their debut was heavy as ****, so heavy it blows your mind away when you listen to the genre for the first time. it was influenced majorly by Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath, then they went more progressive further and made their own sound. so I can call them my first hard rock and progressive rock band ever. An unique Progressive band, their music was both magical and heavy back then to my ears, it sounded kind of vague too, but in an awesome way. I remember listening to them during winter when schools were closed due to heavy snowing back then in Iran. Good ol days. when I left Iran, I picked the hobby of collecting my favorite album collection, but I stopped it since converting them to digital was a pain. I'm getting all of my music on digital and beside that I collect vinyls.
I'm also from the last generation that used to record my favorite songs from radio via a cassette player.
I had a kind of vintage vinyl player with cassette turntable during cassette era but I threw it into the attic. I've got a Crosley CR6010A-Re Collegiate Portable USB Turntable now, cool stuff.
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