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  • Rick222

    The Bodyguard sound track.

  • DM

    Meatloaf Bat out of Hell!

  • MT

    The Best of CCR.

  • dolfanatl

    This might be a cliche answer, but Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon.

  • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

    Tommy (the best rock opera ever written and performed) by The Who.

  • ramadevi

    Why the question is not showing. It says error 404.

  • Nicole D. C

    Jessica Simpon. I can’t remember which album but it was given to me in my stocking at Chrsitmas. I was so excited.

  • ramadevi

    It was very long ago when we purchased first desk top my husband and my son made a CD with all our photos. This CD is still there in my collection corner. There was so much of excitement and fun. When we watched it on the big TV screen, the fun was doubled and felt happy. We showed the CD to all our family members and friends. We shared our knowledge with some of them to make the CD.

  • RubyP311

    Nine Inch Nails- Downward Spiral
    I was a punk in my younger days lol

  • Jan Karl Arcayos

    The first CD that was given to me is Tom and Jerry :).

  • HeatherBleier

    Alanis Morressett – Jagged Little Pill

  • Michaele Dalin Goodson

    Rosette, and Fight oh yeah

  • Jessica Neiweem

    My first CD is still my favorite CD: REM’s 1991 album “Out of Time.” I still have it and listen to it! It is the only album on which I love every song and can listen to over and over again. On it, the band pairs up with the female singers from The B-52s for multiple songs and creates intense, melodic, and catchy songs like “Shiny Happy People” and “Near Wild Heaven.” It’s impossible to be in a bad mood while listening to those and all the other songs on this album. With so much negativity in the world, it’s good to have music like this. We need shiny happy music to keep us looking up!

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      Great album!

  • Beata Nalesnik

    I grew up poor and pretty much had a small radio with cassette player.. once I came to US and was able to purchase anything I wanted I signed up for Columbia House. I’m sure some may remember. I bought 12 Cds for the price of one and was thrilled. Very first I ordered was ACCEPT CD. Rock band that I was obsessed with.

    • Diane Krumenaker Eugenio

      I belonged to Columbia House, too!

  • Sharmaine

    I remember my first cassette, but not really my first CD. My first cassette was Tiffany. If I had to guess, I’d say my first CD may have been Nirvana.

  • Rachel

    N’SYNC – No Strings Attached! lol I got their CD and my first “boombox” for Christmas one year when I was in elementary school. I played that cd so much it was ridiculous, and I remember it like it was yesterday! 🙂

  • bhjustice

    Donna Summer “Once Upon a Time”

  • Chalmers Shira

    Elton john

  • Judy Burba McGarvey

    Bonnie Raitt. I saw her in concert and just had to buy a cd while there. Love her music!

  • Aleshia Caldwell

    Indie Arie : Voyage to India. I played it over and over. I even know the parts that aren’t whole songs.

  • Jason Pike

    Nirvana was my first CD. I think it was.

  • Timothy Mccollum

    Stevie Wonder, Key Of Life, who else he’s the best ever……

  • Brian Vaughn

    It was a mixture of 2000’s R&B & Pop hits. Stuff like Usher, Ludacris, Beyoncé.

  • edeliz

    The most awesome CD, Purple Rain soundtrack. I had the Vinyl too.

  • Sly

    My first CD was John William’s score to Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. I bought it at the King of Prussia mall when I was 12.

  • Colleen Goodbrand

    When CDs came out, my husband and I drove to Toronto and raided the Sam The Record Man shop on Younge Street for literally a few hundred CDs. We had everything from classical music the “Shatner Sings”. ( Oh dear!) So it’s difficult to remember just what my first CD would have been but the odds are, given I’m a life long Donny Osmond fan, that my first CD was one of his.

  • Kim Dills

    The Righteous Brothers Greatest Hits….. I owned it, new in the wrapper, for several years before I got a CD player to listen to it on… LOL

  • Diane Lane

    Michael Jackson’s cd Thriller

  • Merm123

    I would have to say I grew up on Whitney Houston. Love her songs and miss her may she rest in peace. Especially the Bodyguard soundtrack and the most famous song I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU. Brings back so many memories. I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU VINDALE 🙂

  • dottie p

    i went to my first concert alone. it was Dennids De Young and the music of STYX it was great. i bought my first cd there, and i have never regretted it

  • Joanne Ahlert

    Van Halen

  • Sue W.

    David Bowie – Space Oddity

  • Erin Estilette

    The Cure. Their album titled “Wish” came out at the same time I got my first CD player.

  • Sharon E. Stone-Randolph

    The Police, Synchronicity. I played it all the time. The song Synchronicity II always made me think of my parents relationship. Yeah, they were not a happy couple. lol! I still love that cd,

  • Noel Stewart

    My first CD was “White Christmas” sung by Bing Crosby! There were other songs by Bing on the CD, but “White Christmas” is my favorite. Later on I purchased both the VCR and DVD of the show entitled “White Christmas.”
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  • Kari McDowell

    My first CD was Patsy Cline’s greatest hits. So sad that so many really promising artists died young and tragic deaths.

  • Stacie Snow

    Michael Jackson’s Thriller

  • jennyjet

    Sorry I go back further than that. My first record was “King of the Road” by Roger Miller.

    • Donna Abplanalp

      My first record was Jim Neighbors

      • jennyjet

        We must be from the ancient generation. Lol

        • Donna Abplanalp

          born in 1961

  • M spencer

    My first cd was ABBA

  • Laurence KT

    My first CD was a mix of Destiny child, Pdiddy,Jay-z,Celine Dion, Petit pays

  • Sarah Turner

    My first CD is Backstreet boys, one of the one’s that you got from Burger king in the 90’s.
    I still have it!

  • MyKinKStar

    I can’t remember my first CD but I do know I resisted them for a long time because they weren’t as handy as cassette tapes. They were not easy to carry cause they didn’t fit into pockets, and ah, no way to make a mix up of favorites either.

    • Donna Abplanalp

      my first cassette was up with people

  • rose morgan

    Rebecca St. James.

  • deedee walker

    my 1st (and I still have it) was Nazareth, greatest hits! listen to it all the time

  • Clyde J. Atwood

    Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon

  • Katie ann Ford

    my first CD was peaches by presidents of the USA

  • Antonio Clark

    Hezekiah walker gospel CD

  • Ray Ayala

    “All Over The World” by the Electric Light Orchestra.

  • Rebecca lee

    My first CD was Hangin tough by American boy band New Kids on the block. As an 11 year old I was obsessed with them. They just seemed so cool and good looking compared to the British boy bands of the time. My bedroom walls were covered with posters of them and every evening I would kiss the poster of Donnie Wahlberg goodnight. I was convinced that one day I would marry him! Ah, the innocence of youth!

  • Jason Provo

    As a teenager, I obtained a teenagers’ dream job. A record store; part time after school. Vinyl and cassettes were going strong but this new medium was creeping in…the CD! They were expensive compared to the classic vinyl medium and I was hesitant to just switch over to this new format but there was a staff perk….we had in-store Cds we were required to play to provide music in the store and create atmosphere and many of them were eventually given to employees, for free, once they had served their promotional purposes. My first Cd was one of these. An unknown band that we played a lot but just wasnt selling at first…but I say only at first. A band called Nirvana… need i say more?

  • Sylvia

    Oh boy, I am so uncool but my first CD was a collection of children’s songs by Raffi for my kindergarten students. Some kind person donated CD players for our school and I only had cassettes so I ran out to buy Raffi. At least I know the words to Baby Beluga!

  • Darlene Babbitt-Pattison

    Pink Floyd ‘The Wall’

  • Ken Grant

    U2 The Unforgettable Fire

  • 77giggles

    Alan Jackson. I don’t remember which one it was, but I have most of his music… He’s my birthday buddy (LOL), but I’m older by about 5 yrs..

  • Shannon Hall

    Motley Crew or Guns and roses.

  • Leslie Anne Soloman

    My first CD? Oh my goodness I don’t remember! I believe it might have been Tramaine Hawkins.

  • Denise N.

    My first CD was a mix of music from The Dungeon- a S&M underground club. It was a freebie.

  • justinkeene

    first CD might have been Jill scott i can’t remember exactly

  • Tbag

    My first CD was the Spongebob Squarepants movie, was a spongebob fanatic growing up and have played that cd at least 20 times lol

  • Jessica Finch

    My first CD was The Hansons- mmmBop, and it was only the singles CD with 3 previews of their other songs.

  • bhoori

    My sister’s wedding CD

  • V. J. Proffitt

    My first CD was Blessed Union of Souls. So long ago that I had to really stop and think.

  • Richard Vargas

    The first cd I ever bought was Barry White’s All Time Greatest Hits. It had “The first, the last, my everything”, “Never, never gonna give you up”, and “Can’t get enough of your love”, to name a few. I bought it after I received a Sony discman in the mail. I had entered a sweepstakes sponsered by Camel cigarettes. I wanted to be sure my entry stuck out in the crowd, so I decorated the envelope. I clipped images from Camel advertisements and glued them on to the envelope. I didn’t win the big prize, but I was happy with the discman. Coincidentally, the first cd I bought was also the first cd stolen from me.

  • I’m pretty sure it was Avril Lavigne’s first album. I also saw her in concert when I was about 10.

  • Matthew Owen

    Eminem cleaning out my closet

  • macmurry

    I don’t remember which one i got first however CD’s were so new that the payer i bought came with a coupon for free ones.

  • Carol Miller

    The first CD I ever bought and still have is by Karen Carpenter. I loved her voice. It was always so soothing to listen to. When I read that Elton John said she had the greatest voice I thought what a tremendous compliment and so true. My favorite songs are “We’ve only Just Begun” and “Top of the World.” When I heard she died and in such a heart breaking way I became even more devoted to her songs. A beautiful person inside and out, phenomenal talent and a true inspiration. I am so glad I still have the first CD she ever produced. I had someone once offer me $250.00 for it but there is no way I would ever sell it. Much too precious for any amount of money.

  • Angie Shoop

    Thw first CD I had was Alan Jackson “Under The Influence”.

  • Maxine Hunter

    Mine was backstreet boys lol

  • Marce McHone

    Metallica Garage Days Revisited.

  • Barbie Thackston

    My very fist CD was AC?DC Back in Black. What a great technology!! So much better to listen to than a tape.

  • Rochelle Pieper

    Heart Dream Boat Annie! I have owned on every venue…8 track, vinyl record, cassette, cd, mp3, and even have it on a memory stick!!

  • John Cougar Mellencamp’s “Mr. Happy Go Lucky” I was in elementary school and asked for a cd walkman for Christmas. “Key West Intermezzo” was my favourite song at the time, so my parents bought me the cd too. Haven’t thought about that in years.

  • Barbara Edwards

    Backstreet Boys….1990s

  • Sharon Strohschein

    I am not sure. probably the Archies.

  • Dezesp

    Oh shoot I’m thinking snoop dogg doggy style

  • Paige Kostyniuk

    My first CD was Bon Jovi

  • Donna Abplanalp

    My first CD was John Phillip Sousa My most favorite type of music which is the only music I love that I find I am able to tolerate at such a high volume.
    Relaxing and not irating to the point that it causes me to be temporarily deaf as other genres.

  • Raylene Tritt

    The first CD I bought was Journey’s Greatest Hits. I still have it to this day.

  • Renae Brannon

    I honestly don’t remember my very first CD I do remember my very first record. It was Marie and Donny Osmond going coconuts. I hope this counts because for me at my age records were the thing.

  • Tonya Helwig

    First cd was remake of the movie Dirty Dancing. Its stilk a classic today.

  • Bruce Simister

    meatloaf – bat out of hell

  • Beth Wiggins Chambers

    the cure

  • 1st Cd was John Michael Montgomery, 1st tape was Best of Beach Boys, 1st 45 was Mother Goose’s Nursery Rhymes, and the 1st 8 track I played was The Diamonds wow that is a lot to remember!! And if you think about it it kinda tells my age.

  • Phillip Carnal

    It was hot boys cash money

  • Natania

    New Kids on the Block, and I thought I was the coolest thing around. I remember carrying that disc to school with me and everyone would crowd around me at recess just to get a peek at that CD.

  • juggaloisland

    My first CD was ACDC Razor’s Edge, and it is still one of my favourite albums, although, i have about 50 favourite albums

  • Bruce Simister

    meatloaf – bat out of hell

  • Jean Glace Ramos

    When i was fourteen years old..its britney spears…

  • Lethan Armartey

    I could remember my first C.D walk man. coming to think of that era did not last long and than blue ray, which was how we experince HD quality.

  • Cherie Wellman

    bad micheal jackson

  • MyRelDiary.com

    My first CD was Britney Spears. Oh, I loved here when I was a child. She had really cool songs and she has nice voice.
    Ups, I did it again!..^^

  • Kara Bowersock

    Good ole Backstreet Boys!!! Still a big fan 🙂

  • Deon KushOcean Richards

    My first CD was the 50 Cent “Get Rich Or Die Trying” Album

  • Theresa Holly

    went to a Neil Diamond and after concert bought CD of his show that night. Both are sooo good!

  • Carrie Wright

    I remember it like it was yesterday. I had heard of these new, magical, flat, glistening, circular pieces of musical perfection called the “compact disc”, or “CD” for short. I was but a teenager of 13, and as I carefully removed the wrap from the solid, square casing, my fingers quivered with anticipation. I delicately removed the disc, careful not to leave CD on the smooth surface and mesmerized by the rainbow of colours bouncing off the backside. I placed it into the CD player and pressed play. The player whirred to life, and out of the speakers I heard: “Everybody…..rock your body…Backstreet’s back, all right!” – Backstreet Boys, Backstreet’s Back

  • Joseph Alexander

    Linkin Park- the Hybrid Theory album. Still listen to those songs regularly to this day!

  • Scott Guillen

    Deep Purple and Black Oak Arkansas, I know old, yet would do it again today.

  • Isabelle Renaud

    My first CD are Black Album of Metallica

  • rogerkaikko

    Abba gold

  • Jeff Sherlock

    Tom Petty an the Heartbreakers

  • Mary Gustafson

    was a beatles cd

  • Christina Hughes

    My very first CD was a Christmas gift from my idol and role model the man I loved the most on the hole world, my grandfather. I think he bought it cause he secretly loved it we listened to it togeather all the time and he would even sing lol. I sure wish we coukd still sing aqua togeather.

  • Paulmary Udeh

    My first CD was Phil Collins True colour

  • Ashley Conover-Flint

    N sync. That was also my 1st concert tickets lol.

  • Rick Gottinger

    Tears for Fears – Songs from the Big Chair when it was released in 1983. Still have it and its still a great disc

  • kandeels

    I think it was Rod Stewart. I had more cassette tapes and I have not really made a CD collection, prefer the radio, but Rod Stewart is my fave, so I’m sure he started me out.

  • Daisy Rainbow

    I believe it was Chris deburg lady in red… or it could have been Gowan.

  • Veronica

    The Beatles cd set that I had won with the CD player I won that was back when CD players were just new. What I would give to get those back they were stolen out of my apartment when I was younger.

  • Shawn Wright

    Growing up I was only allowed to listen to christian and country music. I don’t recall what age I was, but I was very young, my friend came up to me with a cd from Cypress Hill’s Black Sunday album. He sold it to me for $5. This was my first cd and my first time listening to rap. I left it in my cd player and my dad found it. He crushed it in front of me and didn’t say a thing but gave me that look like you knew you were in trouble and better not do such a thing again.