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  1. A photo-sticker with a gramophone record design to use as a label for all music in your library or collection of music, or to promote your band or your cause. It features a vinyl or phonograph record from the era of the record player notable from the terminology - 33rpm, 45 rpm or 78rpm, long and medium play, mono, stereo and quadrophonic quality. The disk's surface is black with light Price: $
  2. The original pressing of a Bob Dylan album from the s might have been on black vinyl, but you can buy a red vinyl pressing today! Many titles released in the past five years have been issued as colored vinyl records, sometimes for the entire run and sometimes as a limited edition item.
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  4. For decades, a stereo with a turntable was nearly as common a sight in American households as the television. Eight-tracks, cassette tapes and even compact discs have had relatively short lifespans in relation to the vinyl record album. Today, many music lovers enjoy collecting from .
  5. Jul 20,  · "I don't care if you have + records, but if you don't have Dark Side of the Moon, you're not a real vinyl collector." — sda13f Get it on Jet for $ or Barnes and Noble for $
  6. The liner notes of The Black Keys second album casually explain that, “all songs were recorded and mixed december by patrick carney in akron ohio at studio 45 using his patented recording technique called ‘medium fidelity.’” This might seem like boring technical jargon until one discovers that “medium fidelity” was a tongue-and.
  7. The Black Album () The rarest version of the release of Prince's withdrawn LP The Black Album is this DJ promo copy. Probably fewer than 10 copies still exist. NM Value: $1, - $8, The rarest version of the release of Prince's withdrawn LP The Black Album is this DJ promo copy. Probably fewer than 10 copies still exist.
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