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Quality - The Conformists - None Hundred (Vinyl, LP, Album, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Quality - The Conformists - None Hundred (Vinyl, LP, Album, Album) ”

  1. The quality of this vinyl recording is quite nice. Silky smooth and quiet between cuts, almost no pops or clicks). Excellent clarity and channel separations. I have deducted one star for the following minor issues: 1). The order on the songs is not the same as the original album release. And it has two additional songs (which is nice, in and of /5().
  2. Talking Heads’ The Name of This Band is Talking Heads is a double live album with the quartet on one album/cover and the 11 piece band on the second album/cover.
  3. Jul 21,  · It was comprised of samples from the Beatles’ White Album overlaid with the vocal track from Jay-Z’s The Black Album. The result was glorious, to say the least. In fact, the Grey Album could be credited as starting the mash-up craze that happened in the late s. As a note, this is not an official pressing of the record, as only 3,
  4. Steve Albini is an American musician and audio engineer whose many recording projects have exerted an important influence on independent music since the s. Most of his projects from onwards were recorded at the Electrical Audio studios in Chicago. Albini is occasionally credited as a record producer, though he dislikes the term to describe his work.
  5. Vinyl record albums are no longer produced in the quantities they once were, having been replaced by magnetic then digital media. However, the original issues are now collector's items. It is important for collectors to identify the edition of a vinyl record album to .
  6. Feb 05,  · A significant factor in determining a vinyl record’s value is the label on the record itself. A given album or single might have been released with several different labels on the disc itself, even among releases by the same record company. Record companies often change the appearance of the labels used on their records.
  7. None Hundred by The Conformists, released 21 September 1. Jesus Was a Shitty Carpenter 2. Swim Home 3. Times Beach 4. Quality 5. Fire at the Horsephanage 6.
  8. Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin () Led Zeppelin’s eponymous debut featured a mix of original material and covers of blues songs, including a re-recording of the track “Dazed and Confused,” originally written and recorded by Jake Holmes, which was also covered by Jimmy Page’s old band the Yardbirds. Oddly enough, the iconic record was met with mixed reviews — Rolling Stone called.

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