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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_iMFmfE6Ups


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlatjZ2w8aQ
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New to the vinyl collection.
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Enjoying my new cartridge for my Pioneer turn table.
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Enjoying new new cartridge for my Pioneer turn table.


Nice! Great source components such as a winning cartridge on a classy turntable can certainly make a huge difference in listening pleasure.

Alas, in my current system there's no space for a turntable, much less room set aside for vinyl (LPs gifted long ago to my brother) ...but a sweet digital front end that includes a tube modified OPPO player (for SACD & HT application) and a Naim CDX2 specifically for CDs...




Finishing the picture are speakers, pre-amp, power amp & sub that compliment the musical presentation, but that's another story.
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I gave away most of my vinyl albums. I only kept a peach crate full of obscure LP's, picture discs, EP's with rare b-sides, and some radio broadcast "audiodiscs" that are vinyl coated aluminum discs that radio station used to record commercials. I have some 45's too I guess. I mainly kept weird stuff.

Live From Atlantic studios with letter






Touch Too Much EP with "Live Wire" live on the B-Side



Styx Greatest Hits



A Motorhead album with a leather sleeve



German pressing of Dokken's 1st album.
Different mix from the US version. Studio version of Paris is Burning. A song with different lyrics from the US version.



A California punk band. Not extremely talented, but the album makes me laugh with songs like "No More Drugs". Most of the songs are on youtube now. I bought it because the album cover was funny.



AC/DC box set. It had some songs that hadn't been released in the US. That was before I discovered the Australian version of High Voltage (1975) which is my favorite album by them.



Live Cars album (radio broadcast)



U2 picture disc, supposedly only released for 1 day.



1950's Davison's Commercial on Audiodisc (all mine are VERY scratched, saved them from the trash)



Conqueror Worm (movie)commercials (regular 45 RPM single) with Vincent Price distributed to radio stations



Those are just some things I felt like scanning years ago.
I inherited my dad's 70's quad sound system when he passed away. Sometime I feel like pulling out a quad album and playing it, but I never do.
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This was playing on my playlist on the drive home from work.
It's one of those songs I like to listen to loud. The bass is muffled on the youtube video.
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Sadly, this would be considered terrorism today. The title would be taken literally, not figuratively.
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Enjoying new new cartridge for my Pioneer turn table.


Nice! Great source components such as a winning cartridge on a classy turntable can certainly make a huge difference in listening pleasure.

Alas, in my current system there's no space for a turntable, much less room set aside for vinyl (LPs gifted long ago to my brother) ...but a sweet digital front end that includes a tube modified OPPO player (for SACD & HT application) and a Naim CDX2 specifically for CDs...




Finishing the picture are speakers, pre-amp, power amp & sub that compliment the musical presentation, but that's another story.
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You have a nice set up.
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Someone pointed this to me. It's interesting.
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You have a nice set up.


Thanks!
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Weezer Teal album. Just released in advance of their next studio album (Black) which will be released March 1. The Teal album is all cover songs, mostly songs from the 80's. Due to the unexpected success of their cover version of Toto's Africa, they decided to do this album full of cover songs.
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Rockin with Dokken.
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Rockin with Dokken.


George Lynch is one of my Guitar Gods! LOL Saw him back in November 2017 with Lynch Mob right before Oni Logan left the band...


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Lynch is a freak on a guitar. If it wasn't for him, those first few Dokken albums would be mediocre at best.
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Don Dokken had a good solo album without Lynch

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