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Many Will Play, Few Will Win - Staring Back - Many Will Play (Vinyl, LP, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Many Will Play, Few Will Win - Staring Back - Many Will Play (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Listen free to Staring Back – Many Will Play (One More Year, The Situation Will Come Online and more). 16 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, .
  2. Vinyl is great because it goes back to when people listened to an album as a whole. Can't really skip around all over the place with vinyl like you can a CD. You put the record on from the beginning and take the whole thing in in one sitting. Plus it's cool checking out the album art work and big liner notes.
  3. The songs are great and sound awesome on a record player. The style of the album and the cover just looks great with my baby blue vintage suitcase Crosley player and the two A and B sided vinyls are great quality. The cover looks cool and it has all the lyrics, foreword and everything on the inside and the back of the cover, just like the CD album/5(5).
  4. Feb 09,  · I cannot play an album or a playlist. I have to play a song at a time. If I select an album & press play, nothing happens. If I select a song and press play, the song plays but will not advance to.
  5. Oldies but Goodies: Legendary Hits is an attractive package for consumers interested in AM radio hits of the '50s through the '70s. Spread out over 15 discs, all of these songs are recognizable even if the performers themselves are not. More than likely the casual music lover will only want one-hit wonders that appear throughout this set, including the Teen Queens' "Eddie My Love," Curtis Lee.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Many Will Play on Discogs. Label: Lobster Records - LOBSTER ,Lobster Records - • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk, Melodic Hardcore, Pop Punk/5(2).
  7. It can happen, but it's usually widely noted as a mispress. So if you can't find anyone else with the same problem as you, then it's probably not the record. But yes it's definitely possible. One of the first presses of Bomb the Music Industry!'s Album Minus Band had the B-side pressed way too slowly.
  8. Sep 23,  · However, in , Columbia Records began to bring out extended-play LPs that played for as long as 52 minutes, or 26 minutes per side. [citation needed] These were used mainly for the original cast albums of some Broadway musicals, such as Kiss Me, Kate and My Fair Lady, or in order to fit an entire play, such as the production of Don Juan in Hell, onto just two LPs.
  9. Jan 13,  · Great article. Here are other considerations when going back to vinyl from the playback side. Back in my good old days, I could buy a Shure M3D or M7D phono cartridge for well under $ Later on, it got expensive. $25 or more. And the needles price skyrocketed. I won’t even consider buying a new turntable/tone arm combo nowadays.
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