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Download Take Me Back - Various - Higher Level Breaks (Vinyl, LP)
1990
Label: Higher Level - High 1 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: France • Genre: Hip Hop, Funk / Soul •


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Point Of No Return - Exposé - Exposure (Vinyl, LP, Album), Allegro - Jean-Pierre Rampal - König Der Querflöte (Vinyl, LP, Album), Love Me - Toyah - The Changeling (Cassette, Album), The Promised Land - Dave Edmunds - Rockpile (Vinyl, LP, Album), Measure Up - Tom Tom Club - Close To The Bone (Cassette), Pagbabago - Patatag - Batang Clark (Cassette), P.A. (7) / Mutated Forms - Hitback / Ill (Vinyl), Consecration - Consecration (3) - Gut The Priest (CDr), Trilogy - Emerson Lake & Palmer* - Trilogy (CD, Album), Gangstas Paradise - Various - Retro Techno (CD), Brown Skin Gal, Linda Ronstadt - When Will I Be Loved / It Doesnt Matter Anymore (Vinyl), A La Hune - Didier Desmas - Le Dernier Bistrot (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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8 Replies to “ Take Me Back - Various - Higher Level Breaks (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Dulabar says:
    Feb 19,  · Vinyl ingredients make some kinds 'harder,' some more resilient, etc. and this will affect their, uhh.'longevity' - just like motor vehicle tires. A fellow I knew in the '80s was an engineer who designed or applied vinyl for industrial use & applications. I learned how incredibly tough that stuff can be. Now to records.
  2. Gole says:
    Dec 07,  · Back To Black isn't a label, it's just a kind of marketing slogan Universal uses for its vinyl reissue catalogue. The quality is all over the place - many of the older ones are poor quality, some of the more recent ones where they've made a special effort are excellent - .
  3. Dikora says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Higher Level Breaks on Discogs/5(2).
  4. Faelrajas says:
    About the Label Guide Browse Alphabetically A - C D - F G - I J - L M - O P - R S - U V - X Y - Z: LP Label Guide This section shows the evolution of around collectible labels, and notes the appropriate catalog number and year when these changes happened.
  5. Groll says:
    Back in the day, friends in the music business would present me with vinyl that is not even available on youtube now, so I focused on these to start with. For example, Wish, a band from South London in had a 12″ called Feel For You, which is a great single.
  6. Kigagis says:
    Steve Sheldon was a college student when he joined Rainbo Records in L.A., back when vinyl was king and "The King" was on vinyl. "The busiest period for Rainbo was , when Elvis died," Sheldon.
  7. Meztikus says:
    Nov 08,  · Masayoshi Takanaka ‎– An Insatiable High LP - Duration: SP Sampling Boom Bap Bass From Vinyl Records [Sound Design Future Loops - Vinyl Breaks.
  8. Zubar says:
    Another vinyl die hard here. certainly started buying CDs in the early nineties, but to me the best way to listen to music is still on vinyl. Much less acquisitions in the last 10/15 years compared to the 70s and 80s, but never had a year without vinyl, from the first in (Rubber Soul), to the lasts few weeks ago (the first 5 Byrds LPs.

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