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Dont Know (What To Do) - T.V.C. - T.V.C. (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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1982
Label: Vertigo - 6483 334,PolyGram - 6483 334 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Greece • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave


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9 comments on “ Dont Know (What To Do) - T.V.C. - T.V.C. (Vinyl, LP, Album)
  1. JoJojar says:
    Because of their size and weight, regular bookshelves don't work well to store vinyl records so consider a real record storage shelf or cube instead. Never stack vinyl records as shown in this photo as it can lead to warped discs and ring wear on the album jackets.
  2. Bashakar says:
    Jun 19,  · From '' T.V.C. '' Label: Vertigo ‎-- , PolyGram ‎-- Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: Greece Released: Tracklist A1 Off .
  3. Doumi says:
    Grading a vinyl record is inherently subjective, but knowing what to look for will help you accurately determine what condition a record is in. To visually grade a record, inspect the sleeve and any inserts (lyric sheets, posters, etc.) for ring wear, discoloration, sticker residue and seam splits.
  4. Yozshugis says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of I Didn't Know They Still Made Records Like This on Discogs. Label: Warner Bros. Records - PRO • Series: Loss Leaders • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation, Repress, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Reggae, Pop, Classical, Folk, World, & Country •5/5(1).
  5. Doran says:
    Etched Vinyl: It Looks Amazing, Just Don’t Play It. Lately we’re seeing a lot more etched vinyl in the market. Recent releases from the likes of Portishead, Of Montreal, Arcade Fire & Willie Nelson have been offering an etched vinyl side to their records.
  6. Felkree says:
    The record industry packaged music for home enjoyment for nearly a century in either 45 rpm, EP (extended play) or LP (long playing) format, and the nearly indestructible nature of vinyl records has meant that most of this vast collection of music and recorded history is still out there somewhere.
  7. Masida says:
    Apr 12,  · For the collector, there are ways that a vinyl lover can date records to find out their true age and worth. Check the album, jacket, and album cover for writing or branding from the studio. This could be anywhere on the album and is usually small and inconspicuous. If the album came with a lyric sheet, check that as well.
  8. Zulule says:
    Don’t get me wrong I love it dirty. Just be careful as digital distortion easily becomes more apparent when transferred to vinyl. Don’t limit the mixdowns too much. While limiting makes the average level of a digital track louder, it will cause lots of trouble at vinyl mastering.
  9. Nigor says:
    Aug 01,  · The thing is, with digital I can listen for an hour or two and then I get bored and move on to some chore or other, with vinyl I can listen all day and find myself constantly pulled into the music, digital seems to push me away instead. I don’t know why this is, but is it a FACT, for ME, and at the end of the day it is all about ME.
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