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DJ Entox - Kill For Disco / Make Them Die Slowly (Cassette)

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  1. Mar 09,  · Actually, someone said that the original cassette of Jon Anderson's "Animation" sounded a lot better than the recent cd-release. And i believe him. I remember i had TDK 90 full of The Doors, recorded off my sister's vinyl collection. After listening it to for year everyday, the tape started to die, and the music ran too fast.
  2. Feb 07,  · DJ MIC.B A.K.A 73PIKE SET CASSETTE DJ MIX. Song On & On (Live) Artist Erykah Badu; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Kedar); CMRRA, ASCAP, UMPI, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of How To Kill The DJ (Part One) on Discogs/5(42).
  4. Jul 19,  · If I lift the cassette while it is playing (door removed) it plays faster but still does not sound like full speed. But the weird thing is it plays fine on a newer (but lower quality auto reverse) deck, and every other cassette I've tried on the good deck I'm having trouble with (Teac V) plays fine (even old junk 90 minute tapes).
  5. Dec 10,  · Hi guys, Have a Sony TCKs cassette deck for about 10yrs but it's as new and well looked after, heads and rollers clean regularly. Sometimes (for a couple of yrs now) when starting to play a tape the sound goes low and dull intermittently or at times very dull for about a minute or two and then comes back and might continue to do this during 3 or 4 songs.
  6. Can sound kill you? The short answer is 'yes' -- and, rather shockingly, the European Space Agency says that it now has such a sonic weapon in its arsenal. For the long answer, read on.
  7. Recorded Nov at Platinum Island, N.Y.C. Spine of record is misslabeled as "Let Them Die Slowly" Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: 0 /5(5).
  8. 1. So you want to make a mixtape. Great! First, get yourself a blank tape. Then, get yourself either a boombox cassette player (one that has radio/cassette/CD), or just a simple tape recorder. If you go with a standard tape recorder, you'll need a radio or CD player to hook it .

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