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Never Follow - Remains Of The Day - An Underlying Frequency (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Oct 26,  · Cassette sales skyrocketed by 74 percent last year, thanks in part to strong showings from Prince and Eminem reissues combined with new albums from Justin Bieber and The Weeknd. But before you go diving into the closet or under your bed to dig up all those old tapes, keep in mind that listeners bought a total of , cassettes last year, barely a blip on .
  2. Size – The compact size and weight of a cassette makes handling and shipping tapes easy. Shipping rates will only increase. Once packaged up, a standard LP weighs over a pound; a cassette will be about 4 ounces – a big difference when shipping.
  3. Written-By – Remains Of The Day (tracks: 1 to 8, 10 to 15) Notes Tracks recorded and mixed in three days in March at Ground Score, Portland, OR/5(10).
  4. Mar 06,  · The only song on Mellow Gold that was recorded on a cassette based 4-track was "Truckdrivin' Neighbours Downstairs". One Foot In The Grave was recorded in Calvin Johnson's Dub Narcotic Studio, which was a semi-professional setup in his basement. On the other hand, Ween's Pure Guava and The Pod were both recorded entirely on 4-track cassette.
  5. Nov 12,  · It was or , and the 20 th anniversary of the album Ten was coming up. They wanted to release a collector’s edition that would include a CD, a cassette, a vinyl record, and a scrapbook.
  6. Jul 25,  · Remains of the Day - An Underlying Frequency () Labels: band:remains of the day, crust, neocrust, violin Remains of the Day was a melodic crust band with violin from Portland, Oregon.
  7. Feb 26,  · Music Talk - Songs on cassette/album release, but not CD - The other night, I was looking up information on one of my favorite albums, III Sides To Every Story by Extreme from I read a review I found, and was surprised to read that there was apparently a song on the cassette/album release that was cut for the CD.
  8. @ Kevbo – Great album @ Agustian – Classic! I didn’t have the means to play a casset or cd until I was in high school. My first 45 was (oh, geeze) “Hard For Me To Say Im Sorry” by Chicag. My first Cassette was Joshua Tree, my first CD was Jashua Tree Because I over played my cassette and one backup dub of the first one.

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