It's been a while since I last bought any cds. I feel poor, though I'm not. Oh, well. Today I bought a bunch:
- Den Attende - a soundtrack for a Danish movie. Cost nothing and the first track is called "Cirkeline".
- The Last Waltz, The Band et al - Bob Dylan performed at The Last Waltz, so it's a no-brainer. In the booklet-pictures Dylan has very long hair.
- Black Sunday, Cypress Hill - "Insane In The Brain" 'nuff said.
- Screamin' for my Supper, Beth Hart - I thought she was Beth Orton, and it was cheap (sounds like there's a reason for that).
- Isola, Kent - bought the Swedish version. The English version was more expensive, and I didn't want it in English.
- Big Calm, Morcheeba - I adore "Who Can You Trust?", and the newest one didn't seem that appealing when I kind-of heard it, so..
- Extra Virgin, Olive - the cover is too pretty not to buy. And it was cheap.
- Central Reservation, Beth Orton - she warmed up for Beck, so I have to see if the record's any good..
- Righteous Love, Joan Osborne - has a Bob Dylan cover, "Make You Feel My Love". Unfortunately even Garth Brooks covers the song better(!) But okay, she doesn't suck as much as Billy Joel...
- Without You I'm Nothing, Placebo - the cover is the prettiest yellow colour! I thought I heard something good about Placebo somewhere?! Very British... and it was cheap.
- Transformer, Lou Reed - I like his voice, and it was cheap.
- if love is missing it must be imposed, Speaker Bite Me - I have great expectations. I think they will be fulfilled. Very expensive. Lovely cover.
- The Beat The Rhyme The Noise, The Wee Papa Girl Rappers - it cost nothing, and it looks like mid-80's rap-trash. Gotta love that!
What is the recurring theme here? Cheap. My main criteria.