April Wine - Harder, Faster
Big Country - The Crossing (In a Big Country)
Blue Öyster Cult - Tyranny and Mutation (O.D.'d on Life Itself, Hot Rails to Hell, 7 Screaming Diz-Busters
Culture Club - Kissing to Be Clever (Do You Really Want to Hurt Me, I'll Tumble 4 Ya, Time (Clock of the Heart))
Emerson, Lake, and Palmer (Lucky Man)
Al Jarreau - Heart's Horizon
King Crimson - In the Court of the Crimson King (21st Century Schizoid Man, The Court of the Crimson King)
Marillion - Misplaced Childhood (Kayleigh)
Johnny Cougar - American Fool + Uh-huh
Robert Plant - The Principle of Moments (In the Mood, Big Log)
Supertramp - Breakfast in America (Logical Song, Breakfast in America, Take the Long Way Home)
Filter - Title of Record (Finally!)
Smile - Maquee (Staring at the Sun..., Never ever seen it, other than online, and never for as cheap)
Vast - Music for People (The Last One Alive, Free)
Victor (Alex Lifeson's side project)
Which brings my total up to 90 vinyl and 75+ CDs. I don't bother counting my CDs, since they're everywhere. Which is a pity, since my music is one of the things I'm a Nazi-istic neat freak about. But that's just the cases, because they no longer fit in my hardcase container (60). All the actual discs I really like are in the wallet. So I do know where they are.
And it was a radio station function, so I got to bond with some of my colleagues. Yay! I didn't eat, but I took care of one of the two details (except for my health... make that three) that Becca was worried about.
Speaking of whom, recent discussion of a friend's similar problem has led me to look at the situation in a different light. It's both better and worse. It's more out in the open than his, but the problems are deeper and further reaching. Why? Why, oh why? She has said, "Let me go and I will want you more." But didn't I let her go long ago? Why is she back? Why is either of us here, emotionally speaking?