Most Embarassing Album You’ve Owned


Okay, so I came clean about owning “Lost in Love” by Air Supply. I’ll add to that – at the same time, I also owned the first album by Christopher Cross.


What is your most embarassing album? CDs are okay if you’ve never owned vinyl…


Comments (23)

  1. Greg says:

    He’s the DJ, I’m the Rapper – DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince

    And yes, this was an album. It was cool for about a year… then horribly, horribly embarassing.

  2. MusicallyChallenged says:

    The duo of Rob Pilatus and Fab Morvan – better know as Milli Vanilli and the cassette Girl You Know It’s True oh oh oh. Technically my wife owned it but it was in my family. It was all over the radio during ’89 and ’90. I preferred when they were lip-syncing as opposed to trying to prove they could sing.

  3. Robert Kozak says:

    Does Debbie Gibson’s first CD Count?

    My first single (45) was Shadow Dancing by Andy Gibb. I Am still not embarrased by that one.

    — Robert

  4. Brian says:

    My first 45 was of "calypso" by John Denver

  5. RickP says:

    Shaun Cassidy’s first album, back around the time hw was a Hardy Boy with Parker Stevenson. My sister and I saved and pooled our allowances for that one.

  6. David says:

    The soundtrack to Saturday Night Fever.

    On 8-Track.

  7. John says:

    Tie

    Leo Sayers – You Make Me Feel Like Dancin’

    Bobby Sherman

    Both on vinyl.

  8. Jonn Bullock says:

    Richar Marx’ self titled debut album. I was in junior high school and didn’t know any better.

  9. geoff.appleby says:

    Wilson Phillips’ first album.

  10. Sean Chase says:

    Probably some kind of crazy death metal like Slayer. 🙂

  11. Bangles. Manic Monday. Vinyl.

  12. Bob says:

    The first album by Christopher Cross on vinyl AND CD.

  13. The Village People. "Go West."

  14. Michael says:

    Ice, ice, baby…

  15. Vic Berggren says:

    Young MC: Stone Cold Rhymin’

  16. Jason says:

    Roxette – The Look

  17. Jim says:

    Without question, it had to have been Neil Sadaka "The Hungry Years". It must have been a vulnerable time in my life.

  18. LarryOsterman says:

    The Partridge Family’s Greatest Hits 🙂

  19. reza says:

    Modern Talking – Cheri Cheri Lady!

    I’m terribly sorry.

  20. X.Static says:

    Milli Vanilli…actually, it was the first CD I bought during my transition from cassettes. I later torched the album with a lighter and a can of hairspray (I was probably 12 or so at the time).

  21. jasonc says:

    Best of Bread. I was about 8 or 9. I had a Captain and Tenille (sp?) Album too.

  22. MrGoonie says:

    Tape: Jimmy Buffet … hey i loved cheeseburger in paradise…. CD. MC Hammer .. thank god i didn’t buy it.. it was a gift… the first CD i bought was Anthrax / Public Enemy.. hehehe still love that cd…