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Jay Wray - Its Warm Inside (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. The Kick Inside, an Album by Kate Bush. Released 17 February on EMI (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Art Pop. Featured peformers: Kate Bush (lead vocals, backing vocals, piano, writer, sleeve design), Andrew Powell (producer, arranger), Jon Kelly (engineer), Wally Traugott (mastering), Splash Studio (cover design), Jay Myrdal (photography), John Carder Bush (aka_text artwork.
  2. Motor Jazz: Them To Us by Various Artists, released 06 March 1. Jon Sewi - Mega Corp. 2. Black Soyls - Gladdics 3. Renegades Of Jazz - It's Tea Time 4. Serafin Plum - Jagged 5. The Maenads - Opera 6. Double Screen - Sheikah 7. Stubby Dials - Put It On Ice 8. Lucinate - The Cards 9. Woodpecking Mantis - Waving At A Melting Square Tooth Of A Specific Rabbit (Short Version)
  3. We agree: it just sounds better on vinyl. Build or expand your collection with popular pre-orders, new releases, and best-selling vinyl. Explore our selection of records by price point, by genre & more.
  4. 12" Vinyl Johnny Cash With His Hot and Blue Guitar ORG Music 12" Vinyl Cave In Jupiter LP & Rarities Hydra Head 12" Vinyl Nick Cave and Warren Ellis West of Memphis--The Score J-2 Music 12" Vinyl.
  5. The liner notes inside each gatefold are a nice addition. The "extras" are nothing special - just a tiny creditcard sized replica "laminate", a single sheet with all the tracks/credits, and a medium sized poster. The "green/black" LP's are predominantly green, with a .
  6. Jan 31,  · Anybody know anything about Hot August Night gold vinyl LP limited to 10 only pressings randomly distributed in Australia. LPs could be redeemed for ticket to a Neil Diamond Concert? There is no indication on the cover that the contents contained the special pressing. Just interested to know if its a myth or I am sitting on a valuable set/5().
  7. Jan 25,  · My copy of Nat King Cole's Unforgettable LP, however, was a mid-'60s Starline reissue that's a weird one: Its labels used fonts from Keystone Printed Specialties Co., Inc. - but the actual vinyl pressing was made at Jacksonville, IL, with Side 1 having been cut from new lacquers made in NYC and Side 2 having reused an old stamper first used on.
  8. It was surprisingly easy to get the extra vinyl removed and get right up on those trace lines. If the vinyl starts to melt, then its too hot and you are not sanding - you're just making blobs of plastic that are harder to work with. Move to a different spot until the vinyl is cool enough to actually sand. 2.

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