And no, I don't mean your first download from iTunes. I went to World Party's 1993 concert at the Wadsworth Theater in Los Angeles. It got turned into a live radio special, and I got a copy of the tape from a friend (and later got a promo CD of it in perfect quality). It had most of the concert, but then World Party put out a UK-only CD single with "Radio Days/Is It Too Late?" as a bonus track. That wasn't on the radio broadcast. I saw it in a store, remembered how awesome it was live but didn't have the ten bucks at the moment. I went back a few days later and it was gone. I searched for it for a few years in stores, record meets, etc., but never found it. In '98 or so I discovered GEMM.com, put in the info -- and lo and behold, there it was. My fortunes had changed and the $13 was fine. I bought it, still have it, and made myself a custom CD where I put it in the proper running order with the radio broadcast. So - again, not counting iTunes or strictly digital downloads - do you remember the first time you used the Internet to buy a piece of physical music that you'd been seeking for years? Vinyl, CD, tape or whatever? My second was a very badly abused version of The Paul Simon Songbook vinyl for $25.