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  • Stop Wearing That Vinyl Out

    Every time you play a record you are are wearing it out. The only way to stop this is to stop playing it OR buy one of these :-

    The Only Solution

    At only £10,000, best get saving
    Vinyl Sales are outstripping CD Sales 10000 to 1

  • #2
    A bugger to scratch with though.


    • #3
      amazing....though it's basically going to sound the same as a cd isn't it?
      still amazing though...


      • #4
        i remember seeing one of these on Tomorrows World when i was about 11 and going Apeshit about it!!!! It was a prototype and i thought it must have been superceded and forgotten about when a few years later the dreaded Compact Discs systems were hawked as being the future
        Country be dyin like poor people do
        Hospitals be closing...doors to me and you (Lopazz - Blood)

        And here's some other stuff that i get up to...


        • #5
          crazy! and it looks like fresh out michael knights car!
          Autobahn vas ein Monster: here she is, mit 7 others


          • #6
            Please can I put an early request in to Santa for this laser machine...
            Mark GV Taylor



            • #7
              Well, they do bung in a £475 record cleaner as a sweetener! And I notice the top of the range model plays 8", 9" and 11" discs as well as those of more orthodox dimensions. What the hell are these, then?
              The Pop Music Library


              • #8
                i've seen 8" releases om melodiya (ex soviet state label) and i have a 8 or 9" 78 rpm record with crappy christian music on it. hoped it would a recording of some spoken word for sampling


                • #9
                  Well I never. Still not sure the ability to play 11-inchers will persuade me to part with the readies, though!

                  Perhaps the next Licorice Soul release could be on a non-standard format? That'd get them drooling in clubland. . .not to mention the staff in HMV Oxford Street wondering which rack to put them in!
                  The Pop Music Library