When you were a sophomore...What were you rocking on cassette, 8-track, CD, or *gasp* iPod?*

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  1. bataclan2002

    bataclan2002 Well-Known Member Thread Starter

    What we're you rocking on cassette, 8-track, CD, or *gasp* iPod your second year of High school?
    Me:
    Styx - Paradise Theatre
    Ozzy Osbourne - Blizzard of Ozz
    both vinyl, both ruled my world
     
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  2. Keith V

    Keith V Forum Resident

    Location:
    Jersey City, NJ
    I was always a few years behind. In 1985-6 (my sophomore year of High School) it was The Cars on Records and Tapes.
     
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  3. Chemguy

    Chemguy Forum Resident

    News of the World, Queen
    Mama Let Him Play, Doucette
    Give Em Enough Rope, The Clash
     
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  4. pbuzby

    pbuzby Forum Resident

    Location:
    Chicago, IL, US
    As far as what was new then I remember Out Of Time by R.E.M. and Gala by Lush.
     
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  5. vamborules

    vamborules Forum Resident

    Location:
    CT
    Van Halen
    Scorpions
    Ozzy
    MSG
     
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  6. Technology was years away for me :)
    My sophomore year was the ABB Fillmore on a 12' platter.....
     
  7. rswitzer

    rswitzer Forum Resident

    Location:
    Golden, CO USA
    What I want the forum to think I was listening to:
    The Clash
    Talking Heads
    Pink Floyd

    What I probably was listening to:
    Debby Boone
    John Travolta
    Barry Manilow
     
  8. SurrealCereal

    SurrealCereal Forum Resident

    That was the year I got into prog rock. I was pretty much obsessed with Rush, my favorite albums being 2112 and A Farewell to Kings. I also started listening to classic metal then, and became a big fan of Iron Maiden, Ronnie James Dio, and Metallica in particular. My favorite metal albums included Heaven & Hell, Piece of Mind, and Ride the Lightning.
     
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  9. PlushFieldHarpy

    PlushFieldHarpy Forum Resident

    Location:
    Indiana
    on cassette...
    Achtung Baby
    Pretty Hate Machine
    I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got
    Nothing's Shocking
    Doolittle
    Out of Time
    Nevermind the Bullocks
     
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  10. joepepitone

    joepepitone Forum Resident

    Location:
    USA
    The sad truth is I did not own any music in my sophomore year of high school. I used to listen to my sisters records. I obtained my first LP, Jethro Tull's Aqualung sometime during the summer between my sophomore and junior year.
     
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  11. Chazzbo13

    Chazzbo13 Forum Resident

    Location:
    Johnstown, PA
    A New World Record - ELO
    Fly Like An Eagle - Steve Miller Band
    Destroyer - Kiss
    Grand Illusion - Styx
    Best Of BTO
    Best Of The Doobies

    mostly vinyl "needle-dropped" to cassettes for the car....

    etc etc
     
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  12. gillcup

    gillcup Forum Resident

    Location:
    Raleigh, NC, USA
    For me that would be 1973-74. So it was vinyl and bands/artists like Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, David Bowie, Mott the Hoople, New York Dolls, The Who, The Rolling Stones, Alice Cooper, Grand Funk Railroad, Deep Purple.
     
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  13. MYKE

    MYKE Offended By The Easily Offended

    1973-1974 pretty much what you'd expect.
     
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  14. EddieMann

    EddieMann Forum Resident

    Location:
    Geneva, IL. USA.
    Whatever the top Classic Rock lps were from 9/71-6/72. Beatles and ex. Zep, Sabbath, Wishbone Ash, Humble Pie. You get the picture. I started to get a little more adventurous as time went on.
     
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  15. bruce2

    bruce2 Forum Resident

    Location:
    Connecticut, USA
    Van Halen
    Pantera
    Maynard Ferguson
     
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  16. wwaldmanfan

    wwaldmanfan Forum Resident

    A golden year for me. Live shows at the Fillmore East and elsewhere included Jefferson Airplane, Grateful Dead, Led Zeppelin, Jethro Tull, Mountain, Ten Years After, Small Faces, J. Geils Band, Black Sabbath, Humble Pie, Vanilla Fudge, and others. At home, vinyl, of course.
     
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  17. dasacco

    dasacco Forum Resident

    Location:
    Massachussetts
    Aerosmith - Get Your Wings
    Deep Purple - In Rock
    Ringo Starr - Ringo
    Paul McCartney - Band On The Run
    lots more, - all on vinyl.
     
  18. Moshe V

    Moshe V Forum Resident

    Location:
    U.S.
    Roxy Music - Flesh & Blood
    The Police - Ghost In The Machine/Zenyatta Mondatta
    Devo - Freedom of Choice/Are We Not Men?
    The B-52s - S/T

    I don't remember my sophomore year too well.
    I remember listening to these a lot.
    I think it was sophomore.
    Mostly a lot of Roxy Music throughout high school.
     
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  19. vinylontubes

    vinylontubes Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Katy, TX
    Van Halen Driver Down on Cassette
    Led Zeppelin IV on Cassette and Vinyl
    Deep Purple Perfect Strangers on Cassette
    The Police Synchronicity on Vinyl
    Def Leppard Pyromania on Vinyl
    The Violent Femmes S/T on Cassette
     
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  20. smorrison

    smorrison Forum Resident

    Location:
    Wisconsin
    September of my sophomore year is when I bought Dark Side Of The Moon on LP. I was also listening a lot to Alan Parsons Project Eye In The Sky, Don Henley's I Can't Stand Still, John (Cougar) Mellencamp's American Fool (had it on cassette and LP then), Fleetwood Mac's Mirage, Paul McCartney's Tug Of War. Also when I bought Steve Miller's Greatest Hits 1974-78. I also got Sgt. Pepper on LP for my birthday in October.

    Of course, throughout the winter and spring of 1983, I bought many more great records as they were released.
     
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  21. Chrome_Head

    Chrome_Head Forum Resident

    Location:
    Los Angeles, CA.
    1996 for me--so that was the death throes of grunge and alt-rock.

    Soundgarden - Down On The Upside
    Alice In Chains - s/t and Unplugged
    Mad Season - Above
    Rage Against The Machine - Evil Empire
    Tool - Aenima

    Also when I was majorly getting big into Beatles for the first time, and Bowie, and Pink Floyd. So all of their (60's, 70's only) CD's as well.
     
  22. Marvin

    Marvin Forum Resident

    I didn't own a single cassette, 8-track, CD or gasp-iPod when I was in high school.
     
  23. Kristofa

    Kristofa Forum Resident

    Location:
    Eugene, Oregon
    1988-89

    Bauhaus
    Pink Floyd
    Skinny Puppy
    Ministry
    Traffic
    Peter Tosh
    Syd Barrett
    Mike Oldfield
    Subhumans
    The Art of Noise
     
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  24. Coricama

    Coricama Forum Resident

    Location:
    Marietta, GA
    1977
    AC/DC: Let There Be Rock
    Ted Nugent: Cat Scratch Fever
    UFO: Light Out
    Cheap Trick: In Color
    Rush: A Farewell To Kings
    Kiss: Love Gun

    A pretty good year!
     
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  25. The Lone Cadaver

    The Lone Cadaver Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Bronx
    1969-1970
    The Who
    <-The Pretty Things
    James Gang
    Deep Purple
    Faces
    Curved Air
    Hollies
    Steppenwolf
    King Crimson
    Procol Harum
    Three Dog Night
    Quicksilver
    A Group Called Smith/Gayle McCormick
    Jefferson Airplane
    Grass Roots
    Mountain
    Kinks
    Mothers
    Beatles
    John Lennon
    and on and on and on - all on vinyl of course
     
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