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View Poll Results: How many CDs or recordings have you purchased as a result of listening to Aural Moon?
None 8 6.35%
1-5 41 32.54%
6-10 19 15.08%
10+ 58 46.03%
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Old 03-22-2004, 02:53 PM
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YMMV

YMMV=Your Mileage May Vary

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oh no not again!!!
We do it just to torcher you.

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Old 03-22-2004, 04:08 PM
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She has to live up to her commitment. Hell, I am regularly tortured with Blue Rodeo and the Grease soundtrack!!!
Sounds like sheer bliss!!!!!

I have to listen to "The greatest Chick Flick record in the world...ever" in order to get to play some of my more obscure AM finds.

Although Pam has said she likes Carptree!!!!!!!!! Incredible!!!!!
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Although Pam has said she likes Carptree!!!!!!!!! Incredible!!!!!
Whoa. Sounds like there might be hope for her afterall! Now get her hooked on Triumvirat. It worked for me.

And speaking of which: CAROL SIGNED OFF ON IT! WHEE! It's on order and should be here in no time a-tall.

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As a result of listening to Aural Moon, I have purchased two King Crimson albums and one Bubblemath album. In addition, I've added countless albums to my wishlist, and have also downloaded some additional music off of the internet that was otherwise unreasonably difficult to get a hold of, such as Aardvark and some Kenso.
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Old 09-03-2004, 10:46 AM
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The problem now is I'm listening so much to AM I haven't any time to listen to CD's I have bought - I've 6 CD's waiting to be heard and 5 on order - all due to AM
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Quite a few.

- Jadis, Understand (and then the rest of their stuff), after hearing "Is This Real"; this, combined with discovering Marillion's This Strange Engine, is what got me back into prog after a 10-year hiatus, so indirectly listening to this track on AM has caused me to buy dozens of prog CDs in the past few years.
- The Flower Kings, Space Revolver (and then the rest of their stuff), after hearing "I Am The Sun (Part One)" several times.
- Shadow Gallery, Legacy as a result of hearing "Colors" - turns out I didn't care for the rest of the album, which is more representative of their sound.
- Karnataka, Delicate Flame of Desire as a result of hearing "Heart of Stone". I now want to buy their first two albums, but they seem to only be available as imports (about US$50 from the band's Web site, somewhat more from Amazon).
- Ten Jinn, As On A Darkling Plain (I'm lukewarm towards this one)

I have several other artists on my "to check out" list as a result of AM, but haven't picked them up yet.

My other source of ideas is to just browse the recent arrivals at The Laser's Edge on-line store.
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- The Flower Kings, Space Revolver (and then the rest of their stuff), after hearing "I Am The Sun (Part One)" several times.
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more like several hundred!
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more like several hundred!
Nah, this was well over a year ago.
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Just done a quick count..........no not a fleet footed Dracula.

With the Ghost, Captain Beyond and Cravinkel that I heard on recent Gnosis shows. The CD buying as a direct result of the Moon has just reached 114!

There has to be a good marriage guidance councilor among you who will take pity on a poor Music freak and his AM widow.
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Re: Just done a quick count..........no not a fleet footed Dracula.

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With the Ghost, Captain Beyond and Cravinkel that I heard on recent Gnosis shows. The CD buying as a direct result of the Moon has just reached 114!

There has to be a good marriage guidance councilor among you who will take pity on a poor Music freak and his AM widow.
I still have you beat Keithie - as long as I consider ALL of 2004...
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I still have you beat Keithie - as long as I consider ALL of 2004...
Wait wait wait. Are we talking bought from hearing it on AuralMoon or for hearing it on AuralMoon. Because if it's the latter, I need to adjust some numbers
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Wait wait wait. Are we talking bought from hearing it on AuralMoon or for hearing it on AuralMoon. Because if it's the latter, I need to adjust some numbers
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I've picked up several, but at my local indy CD store... (a rare beast I like to support!)

- Stolt - TFK
- TKFs - Adam and Eve
- Popul Vuh - Einsjäger & Siebenjäger
- Pallas - The Sentinel
- Happy the Man - Muse Awakens
- Spock's Beard - Beware of Darkness & V

VISA is in ashes.....
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not because of AM, but just picked up U2's "How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb" and ordered the new ep from Stavesacre. Looking for live KX on the cheap.
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I've bought a few cd's after hearing them on Progressive shores,namely Pantheon,Group 1850,Wigwam,Burnin'Red Ivanhoe and many others...the thing is,Sean plays so many rare records,some of them not on cd yet.
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I've bought a few cd's after hearing them on Progressive shores,namely Pantheon,Group 1850,Wigwam,Burnin'Red Ivanhoe and many others...the thing is,Sean plays so many rare records,some of them not on cd yet.
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Answerd 10+ cause i gonna by so lots of prog cds in future because of AM but just bought:

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Ozric Tentacles - The Hidden Step
Godspeed You Black Emperor - Yanqui U.X.O.

They are all excellent albums
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