Recent Purchases: Music

I received a few gift cards last year for Christmas and my birthday. Since then I have been a music buying fool.  I guess I always was a music buying fool, but that’s beside the point.  The point is I was able to feed my music habit without hurting the pocket book, which is awesome.  Below are a few of my recent purchases.  My plan is to eventually follow this post with reviews of each of these albums, but for now, you’ll just get little snippets.

The Killers – Day & Age

I’ve loved practically everything they’ve put out thus far, so I was really excited to hear this release. 

Andrew Bird – Nobel Beast

I just happened to be in a store the day this disk was released and noticed it in the new releases section.  I loved the Mysterious Production of Eggs so I thought I’d give his latest a try. 

Radiohead – Ok Computer

My Radiohead collection was rather lacking so I thought I’d finally pick up a copy of this album. Up until recently I only had copies of In Rainbows, The Bends, and a pre-OK Computer EP.

Coldplay – Viva La Vida/Prospekts March

I had an illegal copy of Viva so I thought I’d get it legally along with the Prospekts March EP.

  Ben Fold Five – Whatever and Ever Amen


I didn’t care much for Ben when I heard a few tracks back in the 90’s but my musical taste has changed a little so I thought I’d give them another try.  I wouldn’t have thought of them except they recently came up on my Pandora play list.

Published by Brian

Christian, husband, father, Pepperdine alum, marketing account manager and more. Passionate about music, movies, religion, communication, nonprofits and the Lakers.

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