No not Cross Dresser. On the first of October, the cd as we know it turned thirty years old. Their period in high usage was considerably less than records that preceded them. Yes, people do still buy cds, but for how much longer? I haven't bought one for years.
We bought a cd before we had a cd player. We knew a friend was going to buy a new cd player and would sell us his old one for $100. I am guessing this was about 1990 or maybe a little earlier, so it was a decent amount of money.
The biggest difference between cds and records for most people is that over time cds don't acquire crackles and pops or scratches like records. I can put the first cd I bought into the player now and to my ears it will sound exactly the same as it did over twenty years ago.
And our first cd was?
Madonna's Immaculate Collection. How gay is that!
C'mon. 'Fess up. What was the first cd you bought?