STAR TREK VI: The Undiscovered Country MCA was my first movie cd purchase then followed swiftly by E.T: The Extra Terrestrial MCA but had problems with copies as there was a glitch everytime at the beginning of the first track, so they very kindly had to replace and after five attempts gotta perfect copy. I specifically requested SPEED Fox Records/Arista as my next purchase. ALL this made possible from my local Cloud 9 Record Store.
For some reason, I cannot remember exactly which one it was but I strongly believe it was Jerry Goldsmith's "Lionheart", volume one. I remember begging my Dad to front me the money to buy a CD player just so could play that score.
I had just bought my first CD player and stupid me didn't know you had to take the CD out of the case before you stuck it into the player. I spent an hour trying to figure out where you were supposed to insert it!
Lol, this cd same in a box of 3 right? I also have this.
First CD, was , I think, Philip Glass' KOYAANISQATSI, right after I got my first CD player.
First soundtrack ever, as probably common for people my age, was STAR WARS in late '77. The 8-Track of course. I still occasionally half expect the CLACLUNK during the Cantina Band and The Princess Appears cuts...