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Just like the title says. Ya I know you don't have one and got rid of it years ago for a better system. But for those of us who still use them what disks are you spinning right now ?
 
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I still have mine, but packed away.
Someday, I'll set my system back up.
As to CD's .. I have a 200 disk carousel.
So .. I can spin all of them and space for more. lol.
 

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I wonder if I'll ever want one again, especially as much as I'd like a proper vinyl setup? We still have a ton of CDs in the house but no proper way to play them.
 

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Rainbow Rising
Thin Lizzy Jailbreak
Scorpions World Wide Live
Blondie Parallel Lines
Motorhead Best Of

(actually just added these to my phone for walk entertainment, getting healthy sucks)
 

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My what? I can't even run 5 CD's at once in this house haha (laptop, xbox, ps4, cd player).

My car has "Malice" by Through The Eyes Of The Dead (TTEOTD for short), and that's the only CD that is currently getting play time. Usually it's Every Time I Die's "From Parts Unknown" but I had to switch it up.
 

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Vince Gill , Souvenirs
Dwight Yoakam Guitars Cadillac's
Brad Paisley, Mud on the tires
Brad Paisley, This is Country Music
Miranda Lambert, Revolution


OK Ok ,I had Journey's Greatest Hits in the car for the last couple weeks.
 

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Vince Gill , Souvenirs
Dwight Yoakam Guitars Cadillac's
Brad Paisley, Mud on the tires
Brad Paisley, This is Country Music
Miranda Lambert, Revolution


OK Ok ,I had Journey's Greatest Hits in the car for the last couple weeks.
Okay, I'm not sure what a "CD" is, but that list should disqualify you from being an admin!
 

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Don’t have CD player anymore but in my car I have all the Beatles albums currently on a USB stick. I can’t believe what a great guitar player George was. I used to listen to a lot of the Beatles but never really paid attention to the guitar playing. Hearing them again now I’m blown away by how tasteful a player he was.
 

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Hmmm... been a while since I had a proper CD player hooked up in the house. Even then, I think I always emptied it...

But, I'll play along. This was in the 6 disc changer in the trunk of the car (when I owned that car. Still holds up though)

1) Best of Dixie Chicks (home burn)
2) My personal fav Hip tunes, not necessarily "the best" by popular vote. (home burn)
3) Sarah McLaughlin- Mirror Ball -Live
4) Best of Duran Duran (home burn)
5) Best of James Taylor (home burn)
6) Amanda Marshall- Tuesday's Child

Kinda odd looking back on what I put in there.
 

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hardbone this is rock & roll
texas hippy coalition peacemaker
mos generator the late great planet earth
deep purple infinite
the pretty reckless going to hell

of course i dont do cds anymore, i play whole albums on my phone. but these are the last 5 i played
 

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Last 5 I played in the car were:

William Grant Still- Piano Music
Tom Waits- Bone Machine
Radiohead- The Bends
Bill Frisell- Big Sur
Municipal Waste- The Fatal Feast
 

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The CD player in my truck only holds one CD.

For the last couple of months I’ve been listening to a CD that I burned a bunch of Townes Van Zandt MP3s onto. Now I know the words to pretty much all of them which, along with $10, will get me a cup of coffee at Star Fucks.
 

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Dire Straits - Love Over Gold
Tom Waits - Nighthawks at the Diner
Gov't Mule - Deja Voodoo
Miles Davis - Kind of Blue
Handel - Water Music

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I did put in six homemade jukebox CDs (maximum 8hrs of mp3 on each CD) some years ago when I used to make long runs... I do not listen to radio. The CDs are still there and I'd still listen to some when I visit my parents (145 km from my home) :
1 - Beach Boys
2 - Instrumentals (guitar !)
3 - Good ole american country and bluegrass
4- Good ole acoustic country and Delta Blues
5- Roch Voisine's Americana series (a mix of American and French versions of same songs).
 
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