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Old Dynamiite - Hospital Job - Never Get Cold (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. 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 .
  2. May 16,  · These are my top 10 most valuable records according to klamecsuladilmupudissenaldiawea.coinfo Everyone else in the vinyl community has one of these videos, here's .
  3. Dec 31,  · Vinyl becomes brittle at sub-zero (Celsius) temperatures. It returns to its normal condition after thawing. Moving the record from cold to warm place may cause water condensation, that in turn might ruin the paper label or outer sleeve. Other t.
  4. Album/Equipment Reviews - a collection of sub-generated discussion posts centered around a specific piece of equipment or album pressing. Join in on the reviews to share your input or to suggest our next review. Vinyl-Related Subs and Sites: /r/vinylcollectors - Buy, Sell, and Trade. /r/vinylreleases - Releases and Preorders.
  5. Sep 29,  · Certainly the only Diamond-selling album -- taking nearly 30 years to get to 10x -- that could be considered something of a commercial disappointment, following the biggest blockbuster LP in music.
  6. This album was such an incredibly exciting record for a year-old. It was fraught, angry, strange and threatening. One of the strangest memories I have is that with it being vinyl .
  7. Aug 22,  · Yes, Vinyl is fairly stable, but very sensitive to heat (vinyl will warp), extreme cold (vinyl will crack), dust (loves to find it's way into grooves), scratching (which can occur by dropping or if anything abrasive scrapes across the surface).
  8. May 21,  · Edit: From good old Wikipedia-- Store in-use LPs at a temperature of 65 to 70°F (18 to 21°C). Those in long-term storage should be kept at 45 to 50°F (7 to 10°C). Though relative humidity (RH) is considered less an issue for vinyl than other recorded media,[13] it is recommended that LPs be stored at 45 to 50% RH.

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