It's happened to me again.
You buy a few good CD's, but one or two of them are so good that you tend to all but ignore the other one.
The first time this happened I bought Green Day's American Idiot and Staind's Chapter V the same day. The Green Day CD got (and still gets) tons of playtime in the car while the Staind CD is sitting aroundin my room with a few tracks off of it on my MP3 player.
This time, it's two Hoobastank CD's (the top two on the list that comes up) and Hinder's Extreme Behavior. Yea, I know I'm late on the Hoobastank CD's. Call me stupid, but an ex-girlfriend had recommended them a while back and I finally got past the silly name and shelled out the cash.
It's not like the neglected CD's are bad ones, they just pale in comparison to the other ones.