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  1. Dec 31,  · Reading various responses online about the allure of tape brings up a fascinating palette of reasons to why the cassette has managed to make a comeback. Firstly, you have to take the artist’s.
  2. Jul 22,  · The cassette market, though growing, is still relatively small. Just % of all Discogs purchases in were of a cassette tape, which was up slightly from the year before. There were just about , cassettes purchased on Discogs in , which is an increase of 24% over
  3. Apr 18,  · Why the Cassette Tape Is Still Not Dead From its last major manufacturer to its indie label champion, here’s how the jewel of s audio kept its grip on the American music scene.
  4. Never Can Say Goodbye: A4 – M/A/R/R/S* Pump Up The Volume: A5 – Hue And Cry* Labour Of Love: A6 – Jellybean* Featuring Steven Dante: The Real Thing: A7 – Johnny Hates Jazz: I Don't Want To Be A Hero: A8 – The Style Council: Wanted: B1 – T'Pau: China In Your Hand: B2 – Heart: Alone: B3 – Kiss: Crazy Crazy Night: B4 – Billy Idol.
  5. I remember my father playing a cassette for me when I was fifteen - Amjad Ali's 'Durga.' He said, 'This is from our part of the world. You must listen to it.' And I continued rewinding it and listening to it from early evening until midnight. By the end of it, I was nearly in tears.
  6. Oct 14,  · Stream and pay forever but never actually have a copy of the music, if you suddenly decide you don't want to pay for a subscription any more. Cassettes are not what the music industry wants. They last too long, not enough re-buys. Show me someone who says "They got chewed up", I'll show you someone who never cleaned their cassette decks.
  7. Christian accompaniment tracks for all your performance needs, on CD and MP3. Multi-key soundtracks for today's best worship, gospel, and hymns.
  8. The first cassette player designed for the car dashboards was introduced in and between the early s and the early s, the cassette was one of the two most common formats for prerecorded music, first alongside the LP record (which was never very successful in cars) then later the compact disc (CD). The Cassette Four Track.

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