Download Let Me Recommend - MC Det - Out Of Det (Vinyl, LP)
1996
Label: SOUR - SOURLP005 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, White Label • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: Drum n Bass, Jungle


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  1. Jubar

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    Oct 05,  · Originally called DJ Only Records, Sound Of The Underground Records was formed in by the Trinity crew as a creative outlet for the group of friends musical infurternseceavil.sculbulseattlilasetdesugoononpoetran.col releases were hip hop in style but soon the labels music evolved into the Drum and Bass you hear today. The label was founded and owned by Dave Stone & Norton Blue. Vince Medley was the A&R man.
  2. JoJoran

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    Personally discovered the MC5 after exploring some of the bands coming out of Detroit in the late 60s. Of course I was aware of "Kick out the Jams" but not much more. Along with the Stooges these guys brought a much needed harder edge to rock music at the time and this album is /5().
  3. Mimuro

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    Even the smell of a new vinyl album that hits you when you open the cover on a new record must be experienced first-hand to fully appreciate. And, of course, there’s the sound. While digital music is ideal for on-the-go convenience, vinyl records deliver a rich, deep quality that not only fills your home with outstanding audio, but also.
  4. Zuluzragore

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    Record noise -- occasional clicks and pops - are part of the sound of vinyl, but with an LP played on an audiophile-grade turntable those noises recede into the background. They really do.
  5. Mezisho

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    I've got an LP with a little scratch thru one of the tracks; I'm pretty sure there's no way of removing the scratch (am I wrong?) the scratch drags the record back so it keeps repeating a little phrase over and over - could you potentially put a litle cract going across it the other way so it still skipd a little, but he record doesn't keep repeating and jumps forward a bit?
  6. Mikazil

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    Mar 18,  · The red Apple logo on a legitimate copy of the LP. Apple Corps Ltd. The Let It Be album was actually a soundtrack album to the film of the same name, and so in the US the record was being distributed by the United Artists company (not Capitol Records). To signify this in the US they gave it red Apple logos on the rear cover (and also on the labels). This is a close-up of the red Apple on the.
  7. Vuktilar

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    Nov 17,  · The year-old rapper had spent the past several years bouncing around Detroit, honing his craft in local crews and short-lived groups such as Soul Intent, and hanging out .
  8. Shakar

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    Jun 17,  · Vinyl records should never, ever, ever be left in the car. People such as Examiner music writer former local DJ and David Sadof, who do craft art using LPs, generally use an oven at only
  9. Dashicage

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    Let me start off by saying not only is this method completely and totally stupid, but will cause extensive damage in a number of ways. Read on!. When you apply intense heat to a vinyl LP, your altering it's chemical components permanently, your changing it's molecular structure. It's like boiling a chicken to get the fat out.

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