Not purchases, but records I've liberated from my parents home. My dad died a while back and no one else is interested, so I take a few from his dwindled collection each visit if I have room in my bags.
This time I took these few...
Flash and the Pan - Pan orama
Joan Armatrading (ST, 1976)
Joan Armatrading - To the Limit
Manfred Mann's Earth Band - Somewhere in Afrika
Peter Gabriel (ST, 1980)
Pointer Sisters - Break Out
Joe Satriani - Surfing with the Alien
U2 - Joshua Tree
U2 - Unforgettable Fire
Crosby Stills & Nash - Daylight Again
I don't know where the U2 albums came from. I doubt he bought those. I like the Joshua Tree a lot and I've heard people big up the Unforgettable Fire, so they're in the bag.
I don't know what condition they are in yet.
I'm most looking forward to hearing the first Joan Armatrading one listed above. Her 3rd album actually. Down To Zero and Love and Affection are on there. Great songs. And I remember my dad playing those loud and the warm fat low end off that actual record. I hope it plays.