Ep011: Record Cleaners & Stupid Vinyl Tricks

Ep011: Record Cleaners & Stupid Vinyl Tricks

Records are generally a linear experience however there are some artists like Tool, Mr Bungle, Pink Floyd & even The Beatles have gone a step or 3 further and push the vinyl format beyond just a single spiral. We talk about those as well as share some upcoming products that may satisfy those looking for cheaper alternatives to record cleaners. Also quick shout to a guy making cool art on vinyl records; Daniel Edlen @ VinylArt.info

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Ep009: Stylus Crisis & Cadet Concept Records

Ep009: Stylus Crisis & Cadet Concept Records

Cadet Concept Records was a subsidiary of the Chess Records label out of Chicago and intended to modernize some famous blues musicians, including the misunderstood Muddy Waters' 'Electric Mud' and 'The Howlin' Wolf Album'. The results weren't what they expected, plus Nate talks his turntable dramas, gets saved by The Spin Doctor in Hornsby and discovers Ortofon styluses.

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Ep008: RSD 2015 & Counterfeit Billy Joel

Ep008: RSD 2015 & Counterfeit Billy Joel

RSD (Record Store Day) Black Friday is coming up and the exclusive release list is out so let's review and see if there's anything interesting on it. Also we tell the tale of a rare Billy Joel record "Cold Spring Harbour" and how to tell if your LP version is one of the rare ones.

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Ep006: Why I Can't Stand Roger Waters

Ep006: Why I Can't Stand Roger Waters

Roger Waters recently announced a $500 box set of his recent "The Wall Live" Tour. I think it's overpriced but this isn't my only problem with him. I love Floyd but its former leader is a bit of an arsehole. I share my thoughts on the matter and how he should handle this $500 box set appropriately.

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