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The Rare-Record Business

The Rare-Record Business from www.nytimes.com: The rare-record business is booming, despite the recession and the devaluation of music as a physical product. “Prices have been rising at a phenomenal rate, as people take money out of the stock market and out of different real estate investments and look for a place to put it,” said…

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Doritos, Please “Rewind” Your Decision to Put Tape Players in My Chips

Doritos, Please “Rewind” Your Decision to Put Tape Players in My Chips The bargain for living in America is knowing that nearly every facet of your life-the foods and drinks you consume, the salary you earn, the entertainments you enjoy, the clothes you wear-is produced and influenced by the smiling face of corporate money. Lots…

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Loudest concert you’ve ever been to

I think this is a very excellent question! Also how’s your hearing? What? I think this is a very excellent question! Also how’s your hearing? What? Did you buy a poster at that concert? We have displays for that! Click here  

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The vinyl resurgence is real, but it won’t save the record industry

The vinyl resurgence is real, but it won’t save the record industry Vinyl is an easy savior figure for an embattled industry. But it’s more complicated than that. Used or new – keep your records in poly sleeves for long-term protection! Click here  

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A Guide To Crate Digging When Abroad

A Guide To Crate Digging When Abroad Turn Your International Trip Into A Treasure Hunt Diggin’ for records is an addiction, there’s no doubt in that. I’m sure we can all remember the first record we ever found, that jolt of excitement and the consequential thirst for more. Subsequently, we find ourselves searching high and…

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