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Dissonance (7) - Look To Forget (Cassette, Album)

By | 01.09.2019

9 thoughts on “ Dissonance (7) - Look To Forget (Cassette, Album)

  1. Shalabar
    In '82 when Thriller came out, records and 8-tracks were still fairly commonplace. I don't believe cassette tapes became the de facto standard until late in the 80's. Bad (released in '87) actually may have sold more cassette tapes even though it may have only sold about half as many albums.
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  2. Vudorisar
    “It’s everywhere, and at the same time, it’s nowhere. It’s too easy to forget it. A buddy of mine will say, ‘Hey, check out my new track. Here is the link on Bandcamp.’ If I don’t look at that email again, I’ll forget it. But if you’ve got a cassette there, boy, it’s something to remind ya.
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  3. Faujar
    Aug 30,  · By the mids the cassette was a dead medium. Now, however, labels are releasing music on tape again. As next weekend's Cassette Store .
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  4. Darn
    Look to Forget, an Album by Dissonance. Released in Genres: Death Metal/5(1).
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  7. Kazrajora
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Dissonance - Look To Forget at Discogs. Complete your Dissonance collection/5(6).
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  8. Dugore
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Look To Forget on Discogs.4/5(6).
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  9. Gotaur
    It turns out that, while the cassette tape was a major revolution for portable music, nobody bothered to document the actual first album ever printed on one. The hipster in me likes to dream that, somewhere deep in the recesses of some grandmother’s sofa, lies a .
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