Re: You are where I was ...
Posted by: koogles ()
Date: June 26, 2001 01:39AM

I'll be the first to admit... the bar gets lowered when you collect for completism rather than quality. In fact, I sometimes wonder if there's even a bar anymore. Judging by the fact I own Angel's "In the Beginning" may be a sign that something is very wrong in this room of mine... and it isn't how my carpet colour doesn't match my drapes!!

I'm almost to the point where I have everything I've ever liked on CD. Now comes the gruelling task of trying to get everything I SHOULD have liked on CD. Funny how the music you love can almost shield you from the other stuff (dare I say better stuff) that's out there. Nowadays, as I hustle about, trying to find the Japanese RX Elements CD with John Wetton at a price more reasonable than my right leg, my left arm and a testicle of my choice, I wonder: what good music am I missing out on that, god forbid!, might have nothing at all to do with the Crimson/UK/Asia bloodline?

Yes, we completists are anything but complete!


NP: John Parr "Man With a Vision"

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how many songs? 158 zappacosta 06/23/2001 04:40PM
You're right ... 111 Misterpomp 06/23/2001 08:10PM
Re: Thinning collection 107 Eric Abrahamsen 06/24/2001 03:26AM
Re: how many songs? 111 koogles 06/24/2001 06:16AM
Re: how many songs? 107 Brian 06/24/2001 07:49AM
TOR...track oriented rock 135 Tavas 06/25/2001 03:23AM
Re: TOR...track oriented rock 134Jean-Paul06/25/2001 04:17AM
TOR...track oriented rock/Kelly Keagy 123 Tavas 06/25/2001 04:36AM
Re: how many songs? 113 zappacosta 06/24/2001 08:16AM
Again - I agree 120 Misterpomp 06/25/2001 02:41AM
Tour De Force WOF has depth... 126 koogles 06/25/2001 09:21AM
You are where I was ... 107 Misterpomp 06/25/2001 04:47PM
Re: You are where I was ...118 koogles 06/26/2001 01:39AM

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