Category: Alternative

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    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Salvo - Losed Si Frau Küenzi at Discogs. Complete your Salvo collection.4/5.
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    Nov 27,  · My cassette deck is a late–90s vintage Pioneer CT-WDR. By no means is this a high end model. It’s more of a bog-standard dubbing deck of the time, but with an interesting and rare feature: digital noise reduction. Readers of a certain age who amassed big cassette collections may remember how Dolby noise reduction could be persnickety.
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    Photographers Zack Taylor and Seth Smoot first set out to create a documentary about the cassette tape a while back -- before the recent resurgence of the format in the news.
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    Jan 25,  · CASSETTE: A Documentary Film about the Cassette Tape from filmmakers Zack Taylor and Seth Smoot aims to shed a much needed light on a medium that brought so much joy to music purveyors over the years.
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    Record Store Day reported growth in cassette tape sales, while a survey by ICM in April last year revealed 5 per cent of music fans had bought a cassette tape that month, up from 2 per cent the previous year (even if they weren't even listening to it). Perhaps that's why we have seen new portable tape and CD players released this year.
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    Sep 09,  · Broken Cassette. Purchase a cassette shell from an A/V supplier or find a good cassette that you’re no longer using. Open it up and remove the original tape. Find a clean table and place your cassette flat with the screw side facing up. Take a small Phillips screw driver and carefully remove the five screws. Place them in a small container.