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We Get Our Own Thang - Various - Modern Sounds Of The 90s (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Jan 27,  · It is a fact that vinyl sounds different from CDs. And many people prefer vinyl's sound. But it's not clean reproduction of a recording that makes vinyl a .
  2. Vinyl LP US $ Back in stock soon Jack Johnson All The Light Above It Too Vinyl LP US $ In Stock Roxy Music Flesh And Blood Vinyl LP US $ In Stock Black Veil Brides Black Veil Brides Vinyl LP US $ In Stock Sonic Youth A Thousand Leaves Double Vinyl LP US $ In Stock.
  3. MODERN SOUND Vinyl Records and CDs. Modern Sound Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results. Artist: Title: Label: Cat Num: Barcode: Genre: Country: Seller: Price modern sound Page 1 of 1.
  4. The cut's the blueprint for the New Jack sound – but it's a lot harder than most of the hits, and sounds more like a James Brown remix project than a piece of modern soul! inch, Vinyl record. Janet Jackson Alright (12'' R&B mix, 7'' R&B mix, acapella, 12'' house mix, hip house dub, house dub) We Got Our Own Thang (club, inst, acapella.
  5. Production by Marly Marl and Eddie F. 12 tracks, including "We Got Our Own Thang", "More Bounce", "Girlz, They Love Me" & "Here We Go again, Y'All". LP, Vinyl record album Hieroglyphics — 3rd Eye Vision (deluxe edition – with bonus track).
  6. Mar 26,  · The vinyl LP is a format based on technology that hasn't evolved much over the last six decades: in some ways, it's the audio equivalent of driving a Ford Pilot. Sonically, vinyl .
  7. Vinyl is back, no doubt about it. Sales of vinyl records have been soaring, although they still represent only a tiny fraction of the music industry’s revenues: about 2 percent in Is this growth because, as some respected sources breathlessly state—I’m looking at you, Wired magazine—vinyl sounds better than digital media? Or is there some sort of retro-hype going .
  8. Apr 17,  · I certainly own a not-very-good copy – one side of the double-LP seems a bit rough around the edges – and yet I find myself enjoying the vinyl release more than the digital. The hazy sound palette, deep, sometimes fuzzy, bass and the intricate percussion all benefit from a little vinyl warmth, while the dreamy nature of the whole album.
  9. Well, the sound quality depends on the audio source – an LP pressed from a compressed digital audio format will never match the sonic expanse of a vinyl copy pressed from an analogue master. The Chicago Tribune recently played a bunch of Beatles fans Fabs songs from versions of the same LPs cut in the 70s, 80s and the current decade.

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