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What cd's in your stereo at the moment?

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Who can tell I am bored!

I've got Keane - Hopes and Fears
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William Orbit; Pieces ina Modern Style (he did a lot of production work recently for Madonna) This album is so chilled it's solid glacier!

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ABBA Gold...........sad eh
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Nas - Stillmatic. I only own 3 cds
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I must be so not with it. I've only heard of Abba but I love them!
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Mine is TLC - Now and Forever Greatest Hits
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27th november 2004 new monkey CD
mc ace 'n' turbo -d
dj's crissy-g and ricky king

top quality!
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Bach's greatest hits.
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Me!
I'm going with:
Planxty : After the break (1979)

I've heard they've reformed for a touring season.
In the 'folk world' that's as vitriolic as the reformed Cream is in the 'rock world'.

If anyone knows what I'm talking about.....please post back and you could win a major prize !!
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"RELAX AND ESCAPE." Classic FM
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"Buddy Holly" greatest hits
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Got six in the car at the mo:-

The Killers
Athlete-Tourist
Moby-Hotel
Stereophonics- s*x, d*ugs, Violence, Other?
Soundgarden
Lamb-Greatest Hits
Red & White and Proud

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13th Floor Elevators 8)

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Post by jellybabyjenbob »

1. Queen - Greatest Hits 2
2. Queen - Jazz
3. Queen - A night at the opera

(I've been kinda rah about Queen since going to seeemon Tuesday, twas fab so I just keep skipping thru all my albums to the songs they did lol.

4. my music tech compositions for my coursework...lol
5. Michael Jackson - Thriller

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Believe this or not I big

"Good Charlotte." Fan
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I'm listening to Akon - Lonely. Sad or what!
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This is what it sayes on HMV website

Akon returns with his second hit single 'Lonely', from his critically acclaimed debut album 'Trouble'. The heartfelt ballad proves Akon's talent of razor-fine blends of soulful pop, RnB and hip-hop that has penetrated the mainstream lately.

Its got a funny little voice singing. A bit like them little birds from the Jamster advert. Its really hard to describe and not my normal type of music but has been on the radio a lot latelty.
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http://www3.hmv.co.uk/hmv/Large_Images/ ... D40415.JPG

Thats the link to a photo of the single if anyones interested!

Its so catchy!
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I'm listening to Fischerspooner's Oddssey
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Hits of the 60s 70s and 80s. downstairs. Ray Charles greatest hits upstairs.>>>>>>> 8)

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