One Day, Fourteen CDs

I held out as long as I could. I really did. But I had to leave the house at some point, and Music Warehouse was (kind of) on the way to the optician’s, and Gramophone was (kind of) on the way back. Okay, so maybe they involved little detours, but they were on the same bus route.

Well, er, these are all new:

  • Work 1989-2002 (Orbital, S$18.99)
  • The Private Press (DJ Shadow, S$17.99)
  • No More Shall We Part (Nick Cave, S$18.90)
  • Love And Theft (Bob Dylan, S$16.90)
  • Harvest (Neil Young, S$14.99)
  • Roseland NYC Live (Portishead, S$18.99)
  • Car Wheels On A Gravel Road (Lucinda Williams, S$15.99)
  • Murray Street (Sonic Youth, S$17.99)
  • Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (Wilco, S$18.99)
  • Pet Sounds (in mono and stereo, Beach Boys, S$17.99)
  • Souljacker (eels, S$17.99)
  • Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 “Resurrection” (EMI Classics, Otto Klemperer conducting, S$17.99)
  • A 2 CD choral compilation (S$18.99)
  • The Mirror Conspiracy (Thievery Corporation, FREE because of Gramophone’s buy-10-get-another-free offer! So I’ve saved, really I have…)

Ohdearohdearohdearohdearohdear. Somehow my usual excuses of “It’s my only vice” and (recently) “I deserve a graduation present” aren’t really cutting it in the face of such gluttony.

Help? Please?