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9 thoughts on “ Hard On - Various - Young Angry Bands Unite (Cassette) ”

  1. Jun 26,  · Skinny Puppy’s original Back and Forth cassette from /, re-released on CD years later, is definitely a hot commodity. arthurlurk Oct 19, at
  2. The Greatest Country Hits [Box] [Box] by Various Artists (Cassette, Oct, 10 Discs, K-Tel Distribution).
  3. The World Of Military Bands Vol. 2 Various Artists Decca SPA 66 Cassette Album. $ From United Kingdom. $ shipping. Genre: Military. USA FEATURING THE OLYMPIC FANFARE CONCERTS ARTS SYMPHONIC BAND CASSETTE. $ The American Military Band Music of the United States Armed Forces. $ Military Airlift Command Band - We The.
  4. “The thing that made cassettes so revolutionary is they put into everybody’s hands the ability to move music around in the way they wanted,” says Hal McGee, an artist who’s recorded noise music under various pseudonyms, like Dog as Master, and played with myriad bands including Viscera.“I feel that an album somebody makes on cassette is every bit as legitimate as anything else.
  5. Aug 06,  · I don’t recall deriving any pleasure from always having to roll chewed-up tape back into the cassette, but it’s important if you want an analog-world experience with your music.
  6. Various Artists – Young Angry Bands Unite Vol. 1. 1. 5 years ago, views and Kbps. Nitzmeister PinoyAlbums Group | Comment Author Info.
  7. The main Genre that isn't really liked on cassette is classical. I'd say they sell at about the same rate as CDs at the moment & the same sort of prices often more. Plus not many people sell them, so less competition. Grading is difficult though as there is no defined grading scale for cassettes (& tbf it's very hard define levels of hiss.
  8. The Argument for Tapes: Why Your Band Should Release Your Music on Cassette In a time when supposedly everything is at our fingertips and it’s so hard to engage people because big money has all the attention, maybe making 50 or special little copies on a format we refuse to acknowledge as obsolete, is just the right thing to connect.
  9. Kind of misses the point of tape culture, which is about underground bands and scenes and DIY ethos. Before it became a fad tape labels and cassette only artists existed with very niche and dedicated fanbase who specifically stuck to the format to avoid major indie / major label bullshit PR, marketing, compromising artwork and music, etc.

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