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Byrne Collection

Postby Oedepus on February 28th, 2011, 11:32 pm

Do you have pictures of your Byrne stuff?

I only started collecting last year, this is my lot so far:

Talking Heads Brick
Once in a lifetime Boxset
Stop making sense (CD and DVD)
Sand in the vaseline
Best Of

My life in the bush of ghosts (bonus tracks version)
The Catherine Wheel
The Knee plays (CD+DVD)
Rei Momo
Uh-Oh
David Byrne
David Byrne (Limited edition 48 page book and hairy cd)
Angels (single)
Back in the box (EP)
Feelings
Miss America (single)
The Visible Man (Autographed)
Look into the eyeball
Live from Austin TX (CD and DVD)
Grown Backwards
Union Chapel DVD
Everything that happens will happen today
Everything that happens will happen today (Deluxe set)
Big Love: Hymnal
Howdy-do? This is Peter McCalister, the FATHER. I'd like a hotel room,
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refrigerators that you have to open with a key. Credit card? You got it!
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Re: Byrne Collection

Postby Wickeddoll on March 1st, 2011, 12:37 am

I think I probably have everything DB ever even thought about recording, but only a smattering of the bootleg stuff.

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Re: Byrne Collection

Postby Buck's Student on March 1st, 2011, 12:49 am

Oedepus wrote:Do you have pictures of your Byrne stuff?

I only started collecting last year, this is my lot so far:

Talking Heads Brick
Once in a lifetime Boxset
Stop making sense (CD and DVD)
Sand in the vaseline
Best Of

My life in the bush of ghosts (bonus tracks version)
The Catherine Wheel
The Knee plays (CD+DVD)
Rei Momo
Uh-Oh
David Byrne
David Byrne (Limited edition 48 page book and hairy cd)
Angels (single)
Back in the box (EP)
Feelings
Miss America (single)
The Visible Man (Autographed)
Look into the eyeball
Live from Austin TX (CD and DVD)
Grown Backwards
Union Chapel DVD
Everything that happens will happen today
Everything that happens will happen today (Deluxe set)
Big Love: Hymnal

Wow - I guess you have a job. :lol: I haven't bought that many CDs in one year since I was... sixteen. I am just a broke student/musician now.

I have all the Talking Heads albums, have heard Bush/Ghosts several times, and Rei Momo.
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Re: Byrne Collection

Postby Mr.DRC on March 1st, 2011, 1:40 am

Point being???
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Re: Byrne Collection

Postby Buck's Student on March 1st, 2011, 4:42 am

Mr.DRC wrote:Point being???

To the thread? To share what stuff we have of the band's career.

To my job comment? I don't have a job, and therefore lack the income to buy twenty four products, of various prices, in one year.

Of course, you could be asking about The Point, with Ringo Starr? Maybe you are an English professor and you want us to correct your incomplete sentence? :P

What albums do you have, DRC? Did you buy the Brick or box set? Do you own any band DVDs?
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Re: Byrne Collection

Postby Oedepus on March 1st, 2011, 5:07 am

@ Buck: I don't indulge in any other pleasure, collecting music is my call! 8-)

Mr.DRC wrote:Point being???


This is so vague it's impossible to guess at whom it's directed to.

In all forums I frequent people share their collections, it's not a contest to determine the biggest fan, it's just something fun as everyone has a different collection.
Howdy-do? This is Peter McCalister, the FATHER. I'd like a hotel room,
please, with an extra-large bed, a TV, and one of those little
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Re: Byrne Collection

Postby Buck's Student on March 1st, 2011, 5:50 am

Oedepus wrote:@ Buck: I don't indulge in any other pleasure, collecting music is my call! 8-)

It isn't a crime! 8-) I have been using my extra funds on vinyl.
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Re: Byrne Collection

Postby Buglet on March 7th, 2011, 10:32 pm

Mr DRC, please stop being rude to the noobs.

Don't worry people. He hated me when I was new, and look where I am now...

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Re: Byrne Collection

Postby Oedepus on March 7th, 2011, 10:43 pm

I'm no n00b.

And DRC can shove it.

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Howdy-do? This is Peter McCalister, the FATHER. I'd like a hotel room,
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Re: Byrne Collection

Postby Buck's Student on March 11th, 2011, 4:09 am

Thread derailed - Thread back on the rails, but to the wrong destination.

Do you recommend getting the vinyl copies too? I find a lot of the latest remasters sound great.
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Re: Byrne Collection

Postby Oedepus on March 11th, 2011, 4:58 am

I can't tell you by experience as I don't have the equipment to play vinyl albums at my home, I only collect them for the artwok and format!
Howdy-do? This is Peter McCalister, the FATHER. I'd like a hotel room,
please, with an extra-large bed, a TV, and one of those little
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Re: Byrne Collection

Postby jd23 on March 12th, 2011, 7:22 pm

I have vinyls of both The Catherine Wheel, and TNOTBITH and I'd recommend it, it's began a new obsession to own everything they've released. Oh I also have the soundtrack to True Stories, which I don't believe is available on CD. I say go for it. :D
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