Of course the answer is – “Nothing that doesn’t show”. Points if you know where that is from. Anyway, it’s Saturday and I have some shopping to do. I rarely shop because I hate the crowds and I spend money I usually don’t have. I travelled north on route one and went to the Salvation Army Superstore! I was thinking I would cap my spending at $50, the end result was $72 dollars. What did I get?
5 coffee cups
1 blue ray dvd player
Ok, the cds and why:
1. Guster – Parachute – I’ve heard their live stuff and I liked it. Lets see what the albums say.
2. Guster – Goldfly
3. Bush – Razorblade suitcase – Eh, there could be some good stuff here. Enough time has passed, I can listen to them again.
4. Bon Jovi – New Jersey – More for my wife but maybe secretly I wanted to see if their live stuff is worth listening to
5. The Manhattan Transfer – Coming Out – Gadzooks! Not sure what I was thinking…
6. Shania Twain – The Woman in Me – Cause its Shania, its produced by Mutt Lange (from AC/DC), cause she’s F’ing HOT!
7. Bangles – Everything – No discernable hits here but lets give it a listen anyway.
8. Common Thread – The Songs of the Eagles – I’m in a country vibe so lets hear country musician’s play the Eagles!
9. Randy Travis – Heros and Friends – See above
10. Smokey Robinson – The Definitive Collection – You should have his music in your collection anyway.
11. Bjork – Homogenic – I listened to her first band and was a fan of the Sugarcubes, let’s see about the solo stuff.
12. Incubus – Make Yourself – Only sudo metal band on the rack
13. Joan Armatrading – Show Some Emotion – Will it equal her monster album “Hearts and Flowers”? We’ll see.
14. The Vaughn Brothers – Family Style – for $1.99 worth the risk
15. Steve Smith and the Nakeds – Never Say Never – See above – Former Drummer from Journey
16. Creed – Human Clay – Minus Scott Stapp and you have Alter Bridge. Three outweigh one.
17. John Mellencamp – Human Wheels – See #14
18. Dvorak – Symphony #9 – You can never have enough classical music in your life.