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9 thoughts on “ Headboggle* - Backed Tape (Cassette, Album)

  1. Nov 09,  · Back in the loop: why cassette tapes became fashionable again The fact that cassettes can be recorded over reminds the artist that art, like life, is fragile and fleeting. Photograph: Victoria.
  2. Floyd Tolman Back In The Picture Cassette Tape Rare Country Hard To Find. $ Genre: Country. Free shipping. New Listing RADIOHEAD Hail To The Thief track South Korean Release CD Album KOREA RARE!! $ 0 bids. $ shipping. Ending Jul 8 at 9 Porno For Pyros Cassette Tape Single ‎Pets Warner Bros. Records ‎– 4.
  3. Nov 12,  · Cassette Tapes Are Back, Don't You Dare Call Them Obsolete. Everything old is new again. It was or , and the 20 th anniversary of the album Ten was coming up. They wanted to release a.
  4. “Pantheon Of Me” demo received glowing reviews from Pitchfork, Tiny Mix Tapes, KQED, and was named one of 's top new local artists by the East Bay Express. This November, Ratskin Records is proud to release “Pantheon Of Me” fully remastered for all formats, first on 12" LP, followed by cassette and digital versions.
  5. the advertisers - ep1 / live in nyc - brand new cassette tape - csd $ JUST LIKE HEAVEN: A TRIBUTE TO THE CURE - Various Artists - BRAND NEW CASSETTE TAPE - .
  6. Hillboggle is the nascent "noise-grass collaboration" of San Francisco recorder Derek Gedalecia and his father David on banjo and dobro, debuted in as a cassette b-side through Derek's prolific Headboggle project.
  7. Jun 26,  · Skinny Puppy’s original Back and Forth cassette from /, re-released on CD years later, is definitely a hot commodity. arthurlurk Oct 19, at
  8. Nov 11,  · First announced in by dutch company Philips, the compact cassette tape was magnetic tape perfected. It was smaller and easier to use than reel-to-reel tape, and was smaller than the rival 8.
  9. Jul 23,  · Originally invented by Philips back 54 years ago (), the magnetic tape recording technology had all but disappeared, having been replaced by CD’s and digital technology. However, according to figures, demand for the retro technology is now growing at pace (faster than vinyl) – particularly amongst music fans and the music industry.

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