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New album purchases

I once made fun of a former pastor, telling him that looking at his quite extensive cd collection, I could tell when his first child was born.  I'm afraid with mine it was clear when I became a pastor and was no longer a youth minister.  Of course, this was also about the time that cds as a medium were fading.  It was fun when I was a youth minister and kids were often burning cds for me and me for them.  I became fans of a lot of bands that way.  But more than that, there was a period when I was younger and single and had more free time and disposable income that I devoted to concert-going, music-shopping, etc.

So, not wanting my collection to fall woefully behind, on Saturday I purchased four albums that I've been enjoying over the weekend and today.  I had just intended to buy the new Coldplay and maybe one other, but couldn't resist playing a little catch up.

21 by Adele
Sigh No More by Mumford and Sons
Torches by Foster the People
and Mylo Xyloto by Coldplay 


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